Books by Liz Moore

THE UNSEEN WORLD by Liz Moore
FICTION & LITERATURE
Released: July 26, 2016

"This is for readers who love a slow, methodical reveal."
Moore's latest novel (Heft, 2012, etc.) deals with the debilitating effects of memory loss on a father and his young daughter, using a computer program as a powerful aid for uncovering a seemingly lost family history. Read full book review >
HEFT by Liz Moore
FICTION & LITERATURE
Released: Feb. 1, 2012

"Only a hardhearted reader will remain immune to Kel's troubled charm."
In musician/novelist Moore's bifurcated second novel (The Words of Every Song, 2007), the two first-person narrations—from a housebound, grossly overweight former literature professor and a teenager in crisis over his future—never converge although they eventually intersect. Read full book review >
THE WORDS OF EVERY SONG by Liz Moore
FICTION & LITERATURE
Released: July 10, 2007

"Sweet, wistful, artfully arranged: like the best mix tape anyone ever made for you."
A young veteran of the New York club circuit meditates on music and the people who make it in a confident, affecting debut collection. Read full book review >