| ||CARRY THE ONE by Carol Anshaw|
Literary Fiction read by Renee Raudman
A stunning, break-out achievement hailed by Emma Donoghue, bestselling author of Room, for presenting "passion and addiction, guilt and damage, all the beautiful mess of family life."
| ||CHILDREN OF THE JACARANDA TREE by Sahar Delijani|
Literary Fiction read by Mozhan Marno
A stunning debut novel set in post-Revolutionary Iran that gives voice to the men, women, and children who won a war only to find their lives – and those of their descendants — imperiled by its aftermath.
| ||CLAIR DE LUNE: A Novel by Jetta Carleton|
Literary Fiction read by Natalie Ross
A long-lost novel of innocence threatened, by the author of the beloved classic The Moonflower Vine.
| ||COLLECTED STORIES OF EUDORA WELTY, THE by Eudora Welty|
Literary Fiction read by Barbara Rosenblat, Gabra Zackman, Marc Vietor, Kevin Pariseau, L. J. Ganser, Katherine Kellgren, All
| ||DANCING TO THE FLUTE by Manisha Jolie Amin|
Literary Fiction read by Paul English
Masterfully evoking the breathtaking beauty of India, Manisha Jolie Amin’s lyrical debut novel follows a young boy whose life takes an unexpected turn when he is sent to live with a reclusive but renowned musician.
| ||DEAD FATHER, THE by Donald Barthelme|
Literary Fiction read by Dennis Holland
| ||DIRT MUSIC by Tim Winton|
Literary Fiction read by Suzi Dougherty
| ||DRYLANDS by Thea Astley|
Literary Fiction read by Beverley Dunn
| ||DUE PREPARATIONS FOR THE PLAGUE by Janette Turner Hospital|
Literary Fiction read by Sean Mangan
A tightly woven web of familial and national histories, of sexual and political passions, and of individual and national complicities in the age of terrorism
| ||ELEPHANT KEEPERS' CHILDREN, THE by Peter Hoeg|
Literary Fiction read by (to be announced)
Told with poignancy and humor, The Elephant Keepers’ Children is a fascinating exploration of fundamentalism versus spiritual freedom, the vicissitudes of romantic and familial love, and the triumph of the human spirit.
| ||FAULT LINES by Nancy Huston|
Literary Fiction read by Edwina Wren