Kirkus Reviews, "20 Best Books to Read in January"
Kirkus Reviews, "Yes, You Can Read Short Stories in Shuffle Mode"
Electric Literature, "Recommended Reading"
Texas Monthly, "The Best Books, Film, TV, Art & More Coming to Texas This Winter"
Winner of the 2021 Mary McCarthy Prize in Short Fiction
"The stories in A New Race of Men from Heaven move elegantly between the ache of loneliness and the grace of connection, however fleeting." --Danielle Evans, author of The Office of Historical Corrections
A New Race of Men from Heaven is a collection of stories about characters who wander but are never truly lost. A lonely man on a business trip finds himself in the middle of a search party for a missing boy; a grieving widow leaves India to join family in the United States; a writer finds renewed success when an unknown imposter begins publishing under his identity. In these quiet yet deeply knowing stories of migration, power, and longing, A New Race of Men from Heaven offers us, above all else, stories of enduring love and hope.