We just can't get enough, @LaurenGroff! (Blurbs taken from Amazon, Goodreads et al)
  1. L Debard and Aliette: A Love Story
  2. The Monsters of Templeton (2008)
    In the wake of a wildly disastrous affair with her married archaeology professor, Willie Upton arrives on the doorstep of her ancestral home in storybook Templeton, New York, looking to hide in the one place to which she swore she'd never come back. As soon as she arrives, though, a prehistoric monster surfaces in Lake Glimmerglass, changing the very fabric of the town.
  3. Delicate Edible Birds (2009)
    Innovative and beautifully written collection that covers a wide swath of humanity, from east coast resort towns, to the early 20th century flu epidemic, to WWII Europe.
  4. Above and Below
  5. Swimming: A Plan B Essay
  6. Arcadia (2012)
    In the fields and forests of western New York State in the late 1960s, several dozen idealists set out to live off the land, founding what becomes a famous commune centered on the grounds of a decaying mansion called Arcadia House. Arcadia follows this lyrical, rollicking, tragic, and exquisite utopian dream from its hopeful start through its heyday and after. The story is told from the point of view of Bit, a fascinating character and the first child born in Arcadia.
  7. The Lost Yearling: An American Classic Fades Away
  8. Daughters of the Springs
  9. The Quiet, Feminist Act of Wearing Glasses