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The Seamstress and the Wind

by César Aira & Rosalie Knecht

As he runs wildly amok, Aira captures childhood’s treasures — the reality of the fable and the delirium of invention — in this hilariously funny book. The Seamstress and the Wind is a deliciously laugh-out-loud-funny...


Visitation

by Jenny Erpenbeck & Susan Bernofsky

A bestseller in Germany, Visitation has established Jenny Erpenbeck as one of Europe’s most significant contemporary authors. A house on the forested bank of a Brandenburg lake outside Berlin (once belonging...


The Colossus of Maroussi (Second Edition)

by Henry Miller, Will Self & Ian S. MacNiven

Henry Miller’s landmark travel book, now reissued in a new edition, is ready to be stuffed into any vagabond’s backpack. Like the ancient colossus that stood over the harbor of Rhodes, Henry Miller’s The...


Farewell, My Queen

by Moishe Black & Chantal Thomas

A woman whose function it once was to read books aloud to Marie Antoinette is haunted by the memory of her last days at the French court of Versailles, when Louis XVI's magnificent palace succumbed to the irrepressible...


The Slave Girl: A Novel

by Buchi Emecheta

"Her graphically detailed pictures of tribal life make the novel memorable."—Chicago Tribune The Slave Girl follows the fortunes of Ogbanje Ojebeta, a Nigerian woman who is sold into slavery in her own land...


Second Class Citizen

by Buchi Emecheta

In the late 1960’s, Adah, a spirited and resourceful woman manages to move her family to London. Seeking an independent life for herself and her children she encounters racism and hard truths about being a...


The Joys of Motherhood

by Buchi Emecheta

"A rich, multilayered work of fiction, full of drama and written with deceptive simplicity."—Essence Nnu Ego, a hard-working, optimistic Ibo woman, remains fiercely determined to save her children from the...


The Bride Price: A Novel

by Buchi Emecheta

A Nigerian girl is allowed to finish her education because a diploma will enhance her bride price, but she then rebels against traditional marriage customs.


Fobbit

by David Abrams

Fobbit ’fä-bit, noun. Definition: A U.S. soldier stationed at a Forward Operating Base who avoids combat by remaining at the base, esp. during Operation Iraqi Freedom (2003-2011). Pejorative.

In the satirical...


H. P. Lovecraft's Book of the Supernatural: 20 Classic Tales of the Macabre, Chosen by the Master of Horror Himself

by Stephen Jones

”The reader would do well to remember that it is Lovecraft‘s shadow which overlies almost all of the important horror fiction.”—Stephen King Written by arguably the most important horror writer of the...


Best Tales of Texas Ghosts

by Docia Schultz Williams

Renowned storyteller Docia Williams gathers a medley of some of the best haunting stories from her four previous books, then she adds a hundred pages of new ghostly tales from Piney Woods of East Texas and from...


The Broken Lands

by Kate Milford & Andrea Offermann

A fast-paced and richly textured historical fantasy, this prequel to The Boneshaker centers around the seedy underworld of Coney Island, the construction of the Brooklyn Bridge, and the two orphans who are determined...


The Laurels of Lake Constance

by Marie Chaix & Harry Mathews

Set during Albert’s “fall” as a collaborator and his capture, following the Allied invasion, The Laurels of Lake Constance is the story of his daughter, who must love a man whose beliefs and allegiances...


The Master of Insomnia

by Boris A. Novak

A collision between contemporary poetics and the Renaissance lyric, between aestheticism and political engagement, The Master of Insomnia is a collection of Slovenian poet Boris A. Novak’s verse from the last...


Huddleston Road

by John Toomey

When Vic meets Lali, they stumble into a dysfunctional ten-year relationship that leaves him in ruins and raising a child on his own. As Vic strives to protect their daughter from the cruel truths of his relationship...


Vlad

by Carlos Fuentes, Alejandro Branger & Ethan Shaskan Bumas

Where, Carlos Fuentes asks, is a modern-day vampire to roost? Why not Mexico City, populated by ten million blood sausages (that is, people), and a police force who won’t mind a few disappearances?


Ishmael Reed: The Plays (American Literature Series)

by Ishmael Reed

The award-winning plays of one of the most celebrated and innovative American writers of our time. Ishmael Reed’s career as one of our great playwrights has long been eclipsed by his other work. Here published...


The Lute and the Scars

by Danilo Kis & John K. Cox

Against a background of oppression and exile, the debate between death and writing continues unabated in The Lute and the Scars: death as allegory or symbolic act, and writing as the one impregnable defense,...


The Attic

by Danilo Kis & John K. Cox

The Attic explores the relationship of a young man, known only as Orpheus, to the art of writing; it also tracks his relationship with a colorful cast of characters.


Psalm 44

by Danilo Kis & John K. Cox

Psalm 44 is the last major work of fiction by Danilo Kiš to be translated into English, and his only novel dealing explicitly with Auschwitz (where his own father died).