Soho Press is an independent publisher based in New York City. Founded in 1986, Soho publishes 90 books a year across its Soho Press, Soho Crime and Soho Teen lists, and is known for introducing bold literary voices, award-winning international crime fiction, and groundbreaking young adult fiction. All titles can be ordered through our distribution partner, Penguin Random House. If you have any questions, or just want to say hi, please click the Make An Appointment button below, and we’ll schedule a time to jump on the phone or a Zoom call. Have a great show!
This Time Next Year We’ll Be Laughing / Jacqueline Winspear After sixteen novels in the New York Times bestselling Maisie Dobbs series, Jacqueline Winspear has taken the bold step of turning to memoir, revealing the hardships and joys of her family history. Both shockingly frank and deftly restrained, her memoir offers a deeply personal look into her Kentish childhood and her family’s resilience in the face of war and privation. An eye-opening and heartfelt portrayal of a post-War England we rarely see, This Time Next Year We’ll Be Laughing is the story of a childhood in the English countryside, of working class indomitability and family secrets, of artistic inspiration and the price of memory * Autographed Hardcover Copies Available *
The Land / Thomas Maltman A story of violence at the heart of a pastoral landscape, from the author of Indie Next pick and All Iowa Reads selection Little Wolves. It is 1999, just before the turn of the millennium. Lucien sets out to find a missing woman he has been having an affair with. He tracks her to a place called The Land, deep in the wilderness, and learns that she is part of a white supremacist church that believes that Y2K will bring the end of the world. At once a mystery and spiritual noir, The Land explores the dark side of belief, entrenched white supremacy in the Heartland, the uniquely American obsession with end times, and the sacrifices we make for those we love.
Finding My Voice / Marie Myung-Ok Lee The groundbreaking YA, #OwnVoices classic by celebrated author Marie Myung-Ok Lee gets a reissue with a forward by Kat Cho. The racist bullies of Arkin, Minnesota, will never let seventeen-year-old Ellen forget that she’s different—the youngest member of the only Korean-American family in town. When young love begins to bud, Ellen has a chance at life she never imagined, one that defies the expectations of hanging out with her core group of friends or pleasing her parents.
The Revolution According to Raymundo Mata / Gina Apostol The first ever US publication of Gina Apostol’s Philippine National Book Award–winning novel. The story of Raymundo Mata, a visually impaired member of a 19th century anti-Spanish Philippine revolutionary society, is a polyphonic whirlwind of voices and histories. In telling the contested and fragmentary story of Mata, Apostol finds new ways to depict the violence of the Spanish colonial era, and to reimagine the nation’s great writer, Jose Rizal, who is considered by many to be the father of Philippine independence and was executed by the Spanish for his revolutionary activities.
Wobble to Death / Peter Lovesey LIMITED 50TH ANNIVERSARY COLLECTOR’S EDITION. Fifty years ago, Wobble to Death launched the writing career of one of the world’s greatest crime fiction writers. Since its initial publication, Peter Lovesey has written forty novels and six short story collections, and has become one of three living writers to receive both the Mystery Writers of America Grand Master Award and the Crime Writers Association Diamond Dagger for Lifetime Achievement. There is no better place to dive into Lovesey’s legendary oeuvre than with this sparkling debut. (Unfortunately, we do not have physical galleys of this one, but please request a digital copy below.) *Autographed Hardcover Copies Available!*
The Opium Prince / Jasmine Aimaq Jasmine Aimaq’s stunning debut explores Afghanistan on the eve of a violent revolution and the far-reaching consequences of a young Kochi girl’s tragic death. Afghanistan, 1970s: born to an American mother and a late Afghan war hero, Daniel Sajadi has spent his life navigating a complex identity. After years in Los Angeles, he is returning home to Kabul at the helm of a US foreign aid agency dedicated to eradicating the poppy fields that feed the world’s opiate addiction. But on a drive out in the countryside, a terrible accident will change the course of his life forever, and leave him in debt to a powerful opium khan. This groundbreaking literary thriller reveals the invisible lines between criminal enterprises and fragile political regimes—and one man’s search for meaning as his country is pulled into chaos.
The Traveller and Other Stories / Stuart Neville A darkly glittering collection of Northern Irish noir by Stuart Neville, Los Angeles Times Book Prize–winning author. For the first time Neville offers readers a collection of his short fiction—twelve chilling stories that traverse and blend the genres of noir, horror, and speculative fiction, and which bring the history and lore of Neville’s native Northern Ireland to glittering life. Complete with a foreword from Irish crime fiction legend John Connolly, this volume is the perfect indulgence for fans of ghost stories and crime fiction.
More Happy Than Not / Adam Silvera A special Deluxe Edition of Adam Silvera’s groundbreaking debut featuring an introduction by Angie Thomas, New York Times bestselling author of The Hate U Give; a new final chapter, “More Happy Ending”; and an afterword about where it all began. In his twisty, heartbreaking, profoundly moving New York Times bestselling debut—also called “mandatory reading” and also selected as an Editor’s Choice by The New York Times—Adam Silvera brings to life a charged, dangerous near-future summer in the Bronx.