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The Brothers Vonnegut

by Ginger Strand

Worlds collide in this true story of weather control in the Cold War era and the making of Kurt Vonnegut

In the mid-1950s, Kurt Vonnegut takes a job in the PR department at General Electric in Schenectady, where...

The Big Green Tent

by Ludmila Ulitskaya & Polly Gannon

The Big Green Tent epitomizes what we think of when we imagine the classic Russian novel.

With epic breadth and intimate detail, Ludmila Ulitskaya’s remarkable work tells the story of three school friends who...

A Wild Swan

by Michael Cunningham & Yuko Shimizu

Fairy tales for our times from the Pulitzer Prize–winning author of The Hours

A poisoned apple and a monkey's paw with the power to change fate; a girl whose extraordinarily long hair causes catastrophe; a...

The Great Forgetting

by James Renner

MAYBE THE CONSPIRACY THEORISTS ARE ONTO SOMETHING. What if fluoride is a sinister plot to alter our minds? What if there’s an extensive network of tunnels running under the United States? And what really happened...

The Georgics of Virgil

by David Ferry

John Dryden called Virgil's Georgics, written between 37 and 30 B.C.E., "the best poem by the best poet." The poem, newly translated by the poet and translator David Ferry, is one of the great songs, maybe the...

The White Road

by Edmund De Waal

An intimate narrative history of porcelain, structured around five journeys through landscapes where porcelain was dreamed about, fired, refined, collected, and coveted.

Extraordinary new nonfiction, a gripping...

Spooky Action at a Distance

by George Musser

What is space? It isn't a question that most of us normally ask. Space is the venue of physics; it's where things exist, where they move and take shape. Yet over the past few decades, physicists have discovered...

The Poetry of Yehuda Amichai

by Yehuda Amichai

The largest English-language collection to date from Israel's finest poet

Few poets have demonstrated as persuasively as Yehuda Amichai why poetry matters. One of the major poets of the twentieth century, Amichai...

The Pickle Index

by Eli Horowitz

The Pickle Index is full of life and everything else—it’s rowdy and sweaty and heartbreaking, and by heartbreaking I mean funny, and by funny I mean laugh-until-you’re-exhausted-and-leaking-and-hungry.”...

Lost Lake

by David Auburn

An engrossing new drama from the author of Proof, winner of the Pulitzer Prize and a Tony Award

The lakeside rental cabin Veronica has managed to afford is a far cry from the idyllic getaway she and her children...

Lions and Shadows

by Christopher Isherwood

A witty, appealing, and often outrageous portrait of some of the twentieth century's most influential and creative minds

Subtitled "An Education in the Twenties," Lions and Shadows blends autobiography and fiction...

Kathleen and Frank

by Christopher Isherwood

A pivotal book in Isherwood's career that reveals as much about him as the parents he set out to portray

Kathleen and Frank is the story of Christopher Isherwood's parents—their meeting in 1895, marriage in...

The Death of Cancer

by Vincent T. DeVita, Jr., M.D. & Elizabeth DeVita-Raeburn

Cancer touches everybody’s life in one way or another. But most of us know very little about how the disease works, why we treat it the way we do, and the personalities whose dedication got us where we are...

The Art of the Publisher

by Roberto Calasso & Richard Dixon

An interior look at Roberto Calasso's work as a publisher and his reflections on the art of book publishing

In this fascinating memoir, the author and publisher Roberto Calasso meditates on the art of book publishing....

All the Houses

by Karen Olsson

A bittersweet, biting, sharply observed family drama from the author of Waterloo

After her father has a heart attack and subsequent surgery, Helen Atherton returns to her hometown of Washington, D.C., to help...

The Horse

by Wendy Williams

A New York Times Bestseller

"Charming and deeply interesting . . . Ms. Williams does a marvelous job." —Pat Shipman, The Wall Street Journal

The book horse-lovers have been waiting for

Horses have a story to...

The Odes of Horace

by David Ferry

The Latin poet Horace is, along with his friend Virgil, the most celebrated of the poets of the reign of the Emperor Augustus, and, with Virgil, the most influential. These marvelously constructed poems with...

The Mark and the Void

by Paul Murray

What links the Investment Bank of Torabundo, www.myhotswaitress.com (yes, with an s, don't ask), an art heist, a novel called For the Love of a Clown, a six-year-old boy with the unfortunate name of Remington...

The Epistles of Horace

by Horace & David Ferry

My aim is to take familiar things and make

Poetry of them, and do it in such a way

That it looks as if it was as easy as could be

For anybody to do it . . . the power of making

A perfectly wonderful thing out of...

The Eclogues of Virgil

by Virgil & David Ferry

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Virgil's great lyrics, rendered by the acclaimed translator of Gilgamesh

The Eclogues of Virgil gave definitive form to the pastoral mode, and these magically beautiful poems, which were influential...