Vol.1 Brooklyn’s May 2021 Book Preview

May 2021 books

Well, it’s May. The last two weeks have brought to mind both winter and summer; evidently, spring this year is going for more of a median than an actual season. Much like that fluctuation, May brings with it a wide-ranging cohort of books, encompassing everything from bold travelogues to surreal comics. What are we excited about reading this month? Here are a few of the books that caught our eye.

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Sunday Stories: “Frog”


by K. W. Holland

As far as frogs go, it’s pretty big. Like the size of my fist if I used it to punch a brick wall. Swollen. 

“Jimmy?” it croaks. Jimmy is my name. It wants me to pick it up. “Jimmy?”

From its mouth, my name sounds like something bubbling out of a swamp. 

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