Monthly Archives: February 2015

CCLaP Publishing’s 2015 Catalog Released

CCLaP’s official 2015 catalog has been released.

There’s lots of good stuff on here, and nine books down you will find Condominium┬áby Daniel Falatko.

The brilliant literary debut of the “Millennial John Updike,” this is a warm ode to the middle-class assholes who are ruining Brooklyn, which doubles as a pretty effective black comedy to boot. Set in one of the infamous new glass skyscrapers along the edge of Williamsburg, Falatko paints a complex and touching portrait of a young creative-class couple in transition, examining how the Great Recession has sometimes effected subtly bizarre vengeance on the newest generation of young professionals just now entering “real life.”