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A Treasury of Foolishly Forgotten Americans: Pirates, Skinflints, Patriots, and Other Colorful Characters Stuck in the Footnotes of History

by Michael Farquhar

A lively, compulsively browsable collection of neglected notables-from the bestselling author of A Treasury of Royal Scandals

"History," wrote Thomas Carlyle, "is the essence of innumerable biographies." Yet...


The Night Sky: Writings on the Poetics of Experience

by Ann Lauterbach

A scintillating collection of essays on language from one of literature's most supple minds

In The Night Sky, her first work of essays, acclaimed poet Ann Lauterbach writes of the ways in which art and poetry...


The Gentle Axe

by R. N. Morris

Fresh off the case of a deranged student who murdered his landlady, noted police investigator Porfiry Petrovich barely takes a breath before a bizarre and very grisly double murder lands him back on the streets...


Mortal Syntax: 101 Language Choices That Will Get You Clobbered by the Grammar Snobs--Even If You're Right

by June Casagrande

The only fun, friendly, and surefire defense against the grammar snobs

Having already made a name for herself with Grammar Snobs Are Great Big Meanies, now in its fifth printing, June Casagrande returns with...


The Importance of Peeling Potatoes in Ukraine

by Mark Yakich

An unconventional new collection from a National Poetry Series award winner

Mark Yakich 's acclaimed debut collection, Unrelated Individuals Forming a Group Waiting to Cross, examined the blessing and curse...


Teenage: The Prehistory of Youth Culture: 1875-1945

by Jon Savage

In his previous landmark book on youth culture and teen angst, the award-winning England's Dreaming, Jon Savage presented the "definitive history of the English punk movement" (The New York Times). Now, in Teenage...


Petropolis

by Anya Ulinich

In her stunning debut novel, Anya Ulinich delivers a funny and unforgettable story of a Russian mail-order bride trying to find her place in America. After losing her father, her boyfriend, and her baby, Sasha...


Jerusalem 1913: The Origins of the Arab-Israeli Conflict

by Amy Dockser Marcus

A Pulitzer Prize-winning reporter examines the true history of the discord between Israel and Palestine with surprising results

Though the origins of the Arab-Israeli conflict have traditionally been traced...


Common Wealth: Economics for a Crowded Planet

by Jeffrey D. Sachs

In Common Wealth, Jeffrey D. Sachs-one of the world's most respected economists and the author of The New York Times bestseller The End of Poverty- offers an urgent assessment of the environmental degradation,...


Why We're Liberals: A Handbook for Restoring America's Most Important Ideals

by Eric Alterman

The bestselling author and Newsweek columnist takes a characteristically irreverent look at the rampant mistreatment of liberals and liberalism

The "most honest and incisive media critic writing today"(National...


The Purpose of the Past: Reflections on the Uses of History

by Gordon S. Wood

An erudite scholar and an elegant writer, Gordon S. Wood has won both numerous awards and a broad readership since the 1969 publication of his widely acclaimed The Creation of the American Republic. With The...


Your Child's Strengths: A Guide for Parents and Teachers

by Jenifer Fox M.Ed.

With this groundbreaking work, renowned educator Jenifer Fox argues against the flawed and maddening paradigm that "fixing"kids' weaknesses is the way to achieve success. Rather, Fox promotes focusing on kids'...


Blood Kin: A Novel

by Ceridwen Dovey

Rarely does a debut novel attract the sweeping critical acclaim of Ceridwen Dovey's Blood Kin. Shortlisted for two prestigious awards, this tale centers around a military coup in an unnamed country, with characters...


Dreams and Shadows: The Future of the Middle East

by Robin Wright

The transformation of the Middle East is an issue that will absorb-and challenge-the world for generations to come; Dreams and Shadows is the book to read to understand the sweeping political and cultural changes...


The Thief at the End of the World: Rubber, Power, and the Seeds of Empire

by Joe Jackson

The amazing tale of one of history's most daring acts of biopiracy-and how it changed history

In this thrilling real-life account of bravery, greed, obsession, and ultimate betrayal, award- winning writer Joe...


Here Comes Everybody: The Power of Organizing Without Organizations

by Clay Shirky

Read Clay Shirky's posts on the Penguin Blog.

A revelatory examination of how the wildfirelike spread of new forms of social interaction enabled by technology is changing the way humans form groups and exist...


The Labrador Pact: A Novel

by Matt Haig

The story of a family in crisis and the loyal dog that holds them together, from the witty and imaginative author of The Dead Fathers Club


Women on Top

by Margaret Heffernan

More women are starting successful businesses than ever before. But what makes women leaders different? And how can others learn to capitalize on their strengths? Through interviews with hundreds of women entrepreneurs,...


Hunk City

by James Wilcox

An astute and comical dissection of the culture wars-by the author of the much-loved Modern Baptists

For More Than twenty years, James Wilcox has been cherished by reviewers and readers alike as one of the...


Brother One Cell

by Cullen Thomas

Cullen Thomas was just like the thousands of other American kids who travel abroad after college. He was hungry for meaning and excitement beyond a nine-to-five routine, so he set off for Seoul, South Korea,...