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A Quilt of Dreams

by Patricia Schonstein

Set in Grahamstown, South Africa, during the 1990s at the height of political unrest and opposition to apartheid, this is the bittersweet story of two people whose lives intertwine with-out them knowing each...


We All Want to Change the World: Rock and Politics from Elvis to Eminem

by Tom Waldman

We All Want to Change the World provides a cogent and fascinating evaluation of post-World War II American commercial music and its complex, multi-faceted impact on the world of politics.


The Spatial Logic of Social Struggle: A Bourdieuian Topology

by Nikolaus Fogle

This is the first work to explicitly target Bourdieu's philosophy of space as a basic organizing force for his social theory. It draws together his work on both social space and physical space, and it applies...


The Instructor

by Ann Ireland

When nineteen-year-old Simone Paris followed her art instructor/ lover Otto Guest to Mexico, she had no idea of the impact the decision will have on the formation of her personal identity. When Otto reappears,...


Blue Heron

by Elizabeth Robinson

The poems in Blue Heron delineate a passage through grief and change. Here, personal loss is continuous with threats to other species and landscapes. In response, Robinson has uprooted the terrain of language,...


I Refuse to Raise a Brat

by Marilu Henner & Ruth Velikovsky Sharon

Parents often confuse love with overindulgence, afraid to subject their children to a moment of frustration or deprive them of anything they might desire. But in order to become resilient and responsible adults,...


Shinsengumi: The Shogun's Last Samurai Corps

by Romulus Hillsborough

Shinsengumi: The Shogun's last Samurai Corps is the true story of the notorious samurai corps formed in 1863 to arrest or kill the enemies of the Tokugawa Shogun.

The only book in English about the Shinsengumi,...


Mistress Oriku: Stories from a Tokyo Teahouse

by Matsutaro Kawaguchi & Royall Tyler

"Royall Tyler's translations are nothing short of superb—crisp, restrained, ably balancing the ribald and the profound."—Booklist

Sensitive, compassionate, and indomitable, Mistress Oriku has abandoned the...


Moon Lore

by Timothy Harley

This classic compendium of lunar literature covers moon mythology, worship, superstitions and is of great interest to cultural scholars and mythologists alike.

For Man the moon has always exerted a magic and...


Angry Management

by Chris Crutcher

Every kid in this group wants to fly. Every kid in this group has too much ballast.

Mr. Nak's Angry Management group is a place for misfits. A place for stories. And, man, does this crew have stories.

There's...


Monumental Bali: Introduction to Balinese Archaeology & Guide to the Monuments

by A.J. Bernet Kempers

Monumental Bali describes a formative period in Balinese history through a study of the island's fascinating antiquities.

This classic work provides the key to understanding Bali's most famous monuments, including...


Korea: A History

by Bong-youn Choy & Younghill Kang

This detailed, scholarly history of Korea is a comprehensive political and socioeconomic history from 57 B.C. to modern times, including North and South Korea.

Specializing in Korean industrial structure, economic...


Why Not Today: Trafficking, Slavery, the Global Church . . . and You

by Kenneth Kemp, Matthew Cork & Joseph D'souza

Three hundred million - that's the number of people subjected to slavery, sex-trafficking, discrimination, and unspeakable poverty in India. That's the same number of people as live in the entire United States....


101 Secrets For Your Twenties: Stuff You Need to Know About Relationships, Work, and Faith in Your Grown  Up Life

by Paul Angone

"Wow, may I just say how freakishly applicable these "secrets" are to my life in my 20s?"

@ABsport19

"I haven't laughed all day, until I read this. Hysterical & brilliant truth...So thankful for @PaulAngone"

@kenin312...


The End of Our Exploring: A Book about Questioning and the Confidence of Faith

by Matthew Lee Anderson

A Note from the Author:

What does it mean to ask a question?

That's a funny way of putting it, isn't it? The answer seems perfectly obvious: people want information, so they make an inquiry. What else could a...


Steel City Confessions

by Thomas Lipinski

Father Crimmins is a parish priest, former collegiate basketball rival of Carroll Dorsey, and now about to be indicted for murder by District Attorney Douglas Turner. Turner, a political enemy of Dorsey's father,...


The Fall-Down Artist

by Thomas Lipinski

Estranged from his politically powerful father, Carroll Dorsey is an ex-college basketball star now working as a private detective. While investigating insurance and disability fraud he uncovers an unlikely,...


The Oranging of America

by Max Apple

It was my fascination itself with the English language that made me a writer," Apple wrote in an essay for the New York Times Book Review. Its endless suggestiveness has carried me through many a plot, entertained...


Raising Adopted Children

by Lois Ruskai Melina

In this completely revised and updated edition of Raising Adopted Children, Lois Melina, editor of Adopted Child newsletter and the mother of two children by adoption, draws on the latest research in psychology,...


Zip: A Novel of the Left and the Right

by Max Apple

So what's a nice Jewish boy like Ira Goldstein doing managing a flashy Puerto Rican boxer named Jésus? What is his mother doing in the arms of Solomon, the scrap-metal king of Detroit? And what, for toppers,...