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The Sheltering Sky

by Paul Bowles

The Sheltering Sky is a landmark of twentieth-century literature. In this intensely fascinating story, Paul Bowles examines the ways in which Americans' incomprehension of alien cultures leads to the ultimate...


Lamberto, Lamberto, Lamberto

by Gianni Rodari & Antony Shugaar

A fable for children and adults: a story of life, death, and terrorism—in the grand tradition of Exupéry’s The Little Prince

When we first meet 93-year-old millionaire Baron Lamberto, he has been diagnosed...


The Letter Killers Club

by Sigizmund Krzhizhanovsky & Caryl Emerson

The Letter Killers Club is a secret society of self-described “conceivers” who, to preserve the purity of their conceptions, will commit nothing to paper. (What, after all, is your run-of-the-mill scribbler...


Henry Tilney's Diary

by Amanda Grange

A charming retelling of Jane Austen's Northanger Abbey--a tale of gothic misunderstandings through Henry Tilney's eyes...

At the age of four and twenty, Henry is content with his life as a clergyman, leaving...


Walking Back to Happiness

by Lucy Dillon

A delightful new novel from the author of Lost Dogs and Lonely Hearts.

Juliet's hiding from her feelings about the recent loss of Ben, the love of her life. If it weren't for having to walk Ben's loyal dog,...


The Golden Ass

by Apuleius & Sarah Ruden

With accuracy, wit, and intelligence, this remarkable new translation of The Golden Ass breathes new life into Apuleius's classic work. Sarah Ruden, a lyric poet as well as a highly respected translator, skillfully...


THE DARK MAN

by Roberto Pace & Pasquale Verdicchio

The appearance of Dark Man cannot be an event without consequence. Once come into this world, he will entice you with candy, seep into your skin, and savour your blissful ignorance of his purpose. Roberto Pace...


Girls Closed In

by France Théoret & Luise von Flotow

In this novel from a Quebecois feminist writer, a shy sixteen-year-old falls in love with a classmate while attending a Catholic boarding school for prospective schoolteachers. When the fantasized relationship...


Tin House Special 50th Issue: Beauty

by Win McCormack, Rob Spillman & Lee Montgomery

Tin House is a beautifully designed periodical that features the best writers of our time alongside a new generation of talent poised to become the most important voices of the future. For the special 50th issue,...


Underground Time

by Delphine de Vigan

Translated from the French by George Miller, the new novel from the author of No and Me.


One Hundred and One Nights: A Novel

by Benjamin Buchholz

After 13 years in America, Abu Saheeh has returned to his native Iraq, a nation transformed by the American military presence. Alone in a new city, he has exactly what he wants: freedom from his past. Then he...


The Go-Between

by L.P. Hartley & Colm Toibin

“The past is a foreign country: they do things differently there.”

Summering with a fellow schoolboy on a great English estate, Leo, the hero of L. P. Hartley’s finest novel, encounters a world of unimagined...


A Theory of Small Earthquakes

by Meredith Maran

“Any woman who has fought the odds to make a happy, healthy family will relate to Alison Rose, whose redemption is at stake in this inventive, addictive novel. A Theory Of Small Earthquakes teaches us something...


Brussegem, a snug hell

by Vincent Eaton

Brussegem is both a place and a person. But mainly it is a painter. A fully dedicated and fairly isolated American painter living in Europe whose creed is art, and only art. Until Veronica Weise, the wife of...


The Thorn and the Blossom: A Two-Sided Love Story

by Theodora Goss & Scott Mckowen

When Evelyn Morgan walked into the village bookstore, she didnt know she would meet the love of her life. When Brendan Thorne handed her a medieval romance, he didnt know it would change the course of his future....


Too Late The Phalarope

by Alan Paton

Too Late the Phalarope is set in South Africa, as well as its predecessor, Cry, The Beloved Country. And like that earlier novel, Too Late The Phalarope uses the lives of ordinary people to illustrate the inhuman...


The Conspiracy

by Paul Nizan, Jean-Paul Sartre & Walter Benjamin

The Conspiracy is the last and most acclaimed novel by French writer and activist Paul Nizan, who died two years after its publication fighting the Germans at the Battle of Dunkirk. Hailed by Jean-Paul Sartre...


The Unseen

by Nanni Balestrini, Liz Heron & Antonio Negri

For a brief explosive period in the mid-1970s, the young and the unemployed of Italy’s cities joined the workers in an unexpectedly militant movement known simply as Autonomy (Autonomia). Its “politics of...


Ida: A Novel

by Gertrude Stein & Logan Esdale

Gertrude Stein wanted Ida to be known in two ways: as a novel about a woman in the age of celebrity culture and as a text with its own story to tell. With the publication of this workshop edition of Ida, we...


Disorderly Notions

by Tom Darby

The year was 1989 the year everything unexpected happened: the fatwa against Salman Rushdie, the massacre at Tiananmen Square, the fall of the Berlin Wall. It was the beginning of the end of an era, but Professor...