Thirteen Question Method by David L. Ulin, a breathtaking remake of the classic noir novel.
Rooted 2: The Best New Arboreal Nonfiction, edited by Josh MacIvor-Andersen. “Messy, symbiotic, beautiful.”
Master Lovers by David Winner, a twisted puzzle of fascism and fraud revealed through a beloved great aunt’s early sexual history.
Anything You Recognize by Daniel Mueller, a new joy-filled collection of short fiction hailed as a “masterclass in the short story.”
Disappearing Debutantes by Meg Pokrass and Aimee Parkison, a remarkable collection of flash fiction exploring women who “become strange in hopes of being loved, being listened to, being understood, and being seen.”
Gad’s Book by Dylan Bassett, a brilliant debut novel tracking the seduction of a young novelist by a group of charismatic activists. “A masochistic delight.”
Short novels + extended essays. Powerful + acclaimed.
“A furious, darkly comic fable for this precise American moment” – J. Robert Lennon
“A tense and timely love story that probes the disastrous gulf between class and technology” – Ben Marcus
“Endlessly inquisitive… a worthy addition to the canon of messy, strange, and keen women” – Kirkus Reviews
“The Jim Jarmusch of Central Oklahoma zoo-fiction—contemplative and dreamy and in awe of the strange.” – Benjamin Warner
our books + authors in the media
Now in our 10th year, Outpost19 is an award-winning publisher of fine fiction and nonfiction books. Our authors and titles have been featured in indie and major media and favored by booksellers nationwide. Based in San Francisco. Jon Roemer, senior editor and publisher.