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Autodafe 3/4: The Journal of the International Parliament of Writers

by International Parliament of Writers & Russell Banks

AUTODAFE is a collection of reports, interviews, correspondence, narratives, and stories from around the world. The review aims to be a place for debate and experimentation, a place where writers, silenced by...


America's Disappeared: Secret Imprisonment, Detainees, and the War on Terror

by Rachel Meeropol, Barbara Olshansky & Reed Brody

The confirmation proceedings for Alberto R. Gonzales and Condeleeza Rice, like the Abu Ghraib prison scandal, triggered a national debate about the U.S. government’s controversial treatment of detainees and...


Against War with Iraq: An Anti-War Primer

by Michael Ratner, Jennie Green & Barbara Olshansky

Despite public outcry at home and international opposition abroad, the Bush Administration deployed troops and invested millions in preparation for a massive military assault on Iraq. In this Open Media Series...


10 Reasons to Abolish the IMF & World Bank

by Kevin Danaher & Anuradha Mittal

A veritable "Globalization for Dummies," 10 Reasons to Abolish the IMF & World Banklays bare the most common myths of globalization in a clear and understandable way. Looking with hope to grassroots movement-building...


The Anti-American Manifesto

by Ted Rall

In arguably the most radical book published in decades, cartoonist/columnist Ted Rall has produced the book he was always meant to write: a new manifesto for an America heading toward economic and political...


The Sweetest Thing: A Boxer's Memoir

by Mischa Merz

Journalist and amateur boxer Mischa Merz fulfills a long-held ambition to travel across the United States and compete in a series of amateur boxing tournaments. On this wild and fascinating journey she meets...


Mama's Boy: A Novel

by Rick Demarinis

Gus Reppo's parents have everything figured out for their son, right down to the county where they hope he'll practice dentistry. And when they follow him to the air force base where he enlists—who else will...


Like Shaking Hands with God: A Conversation about Writing

by Kurt Vonnegut & Lee Stringer

Like Shaking Hands with God details a collaborative journey on the art of writing undertaken by two distinguished writers separated by age, race, upbringing, and education, but sharing common goals and aspirations....


World Report 2011: Events of 2010

by Human Rights Watch

Human Rights Watch is increasingly recognized as the world’s leader in building a stronger awareness for human rights. Their annual World Report is the most probing review of human rights developments available...


Birth Matters: How What We Don't Know About Nature, Bodies, and Surgery Can Hurt Us

by Ina May Gaskin & Ani Difranco

Renowned for her practice's exemplary results and low intervention rates, Ina May Gaskin has gained international notoriety for promoting natural birth. She is a much-beloved leader of a movement that seeks...


Love Like Hate: A Novel

by Linh Dinh

Linh Dinh is already one of the secret masters of short fiction. Love Like Hate is something like a traditional cross-cultural novel that's been shocked into life by Dinh's uncanny ability to tell us stories...


Rose: Love in Violent Times

by Inga Muscio

With trademark precision and razor-sharp wit, Inga Muscio explores the impacts of passive violence, abuse, war, and cultural trauma on our most intimate lives in order to uncover a path toward healthy and imaginative...


Once You Go Back: A Novel

by Douglas Martin

In 2000, Douglas A. Martin burst onto the American literary scene with his sexy debut novel, Outline of My Lover. Following up with three more books, including Branwell, a novel of the Brontë brother, Martin...


The Things We Do to Make It Home

by Beverly Gologorsky

An emotionally charged story of passionate love, unfulfilled desire, and an American dream gone totally awry, Beverly Gologorsky's poignant, unadorned novel lays bare the destructive impact of the Vietnam War...


Memories from a Sinking Ship: A Novel

by Barry Gifford

Reminiscent of Mark Twain's Huckleberry Finn and Ernest Hemingway's Nick Adams stories, Memories from a Sinking Ship travels the landscape of a turbulent world seen through a boy’s steady gaze. Like Twain’s...


Entrapment and Other Writings

by Nelson Algren, Brooke Horvath & Dan Simon

Nelson Algren sought humanity in the urban wilderness of postwar America, where his powerful voice rose from behind the billboards and down tin-can alleys, from among the marginalized and ignored, the outcasts...


The Others

by Seba Al-Herz

A best-selling book when it appeared in Arabic, The Others is a literary tour de force, offering a window into one of the most repressive societies in the world. Seba al-Herz tells the story of a nameless teenager...


Racing While Black: How an African-American Stock Car Team Made Its Mark on NASCAR

by Leonard T. Miller, Andrew Simon & Kenneth L. Shropshire

Starting a NASCAR team is hard work. Starting a NASCAR team as an African American is even harder. These are just a few of the lessons learned by Leonard T. Miller during his decade and a half of running an...


Homeland

by Dale Maharidge & Michael Williamson

Homeland is Pulitzer Prize winning author Maharidge's biggest and most ambitious book yet, weaving together the disparate and contradictory strands of contemporary American society-common decency alongside race...


Haymarket: A Novel

by Martin Duberman

On the night of May 4, 1886, during a peaceful demonstration of labor activists in Haymarket Square in Chicago, a dynamite bomb was thrown into the ranks of police -trying to disperse the crowd. The officers...