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Homo Zapiens

by Victor Pelevin

The collapse of the Soviet Union has opened up a huge consumer market, but how do you sell things to a generation that grew up with just one type of cola? When Tatarsky, a frustrated poet, takes a job as an...


The Death of Rhythm and Blues

by Nelson George

This passionate and provocative book tells the complete story of black music in the last fifty years, and in doing so outlines the perilous position of black culture within white American society. In a fast-paced...


The Stone Carvers

by Jane Urquhart

In 1867 a good-natured Bavarian priest, is sent by God and mad King Ludwig to the wilds of North America. Soon the backwoods are transformed into a parish and the settlers into a congregation, and Joseph Becker,...


The Florabama Ladies' Auxiliary and Sewing Circle

by Lois Battle

  • A New York Times bestseller
  • A Literary Guild and Doubleday Book Club Selection

    Welcome to Florabama, Alabama—a place where you can stop to sip a co'cola or iced tea and think about money and love. If you had'em,...


  • Meetings with Remarkable Men

    by G. I. Gurdjieff

    Meetings with Remarkable Men, G. I. Gurdjieff’s autobiographical account of his youth and early travels, has become something of a legend since it was first published in 1963. A compulsive “read” in the...


    How the Canyon Became Grand: A Short History

    by Stephen J. Pyne

    Dismissed by the first Spanish explorers as a wasteland, the Grand Canyon lay virtually unnoticed for three centuries until nineteenth- century America rediscovered it and seized it as a national emblem. This...


    The Actor's Book of Classical Monologues: More Than 150 selns From gldn Age gk Drama Age shakesp Restoration

    by Various

    A challenging, wide-ranging collection of monologues from history’s greatest dramatic works

    From the stately and poetic Greek tragedies to the lively, bawdy Restoration comedies, the classical repertoire is...


    Annie Dunne

    by Sebastian Barry

    It is 1959 in Wicklow, Ireland, and Annie and her cousin Sarah are living and working together to keep Sarah's small farm running. Suddenly, Annie's young niece and nephew are left in their care.

    Unprepared for...


    Riven Rock

    by T.C. Boyle

    T. C. Boyle's seventh novel transforms two characters straight out of history into rich mythic figures whose tortured love story is as heartbreaking as it is hilarious. It is the dawn of the twentieth century...


    The Fall of Berlin 1945

    by Antony Beevor

    "A tale drenched in drama and blood, heroism and cowardice, loyalty and betrayal."—Jonathan Yardley, The Washington Post

    Beevor's latest book Ardennes 1944: The Battle of the Bulge is now available from...


    Falling Angels: A Novel

    by Tracy Chevalier

    Time magazine crowned Girl With a Pearl Earring "a portrait of radiance...a jewel." In her New York Times bestselling follow-up, Tracy Chevalier once again paints a distant age with a rich and provocative palette...


    Nerve Storm

    by Amy Gerstler

    More information to be announced soon on this forthcoming title from Penguin USA.


    The Gate of Heavenly Peace: The Chinese and Their Revolution

    by Jonathan D. Spence

     “A milestone in Western studies of China.” (John K. Fairbank)

     

    In this masterful, highly original approach to modern Chinese history, Jonathan D. Spence shows us the Chinese revolution through the eyes...


    Riding the Earthboy 40

    by James Welch

    Now with an introduction from celebrated poet James Tate, Riding the Earthboy 40 is the only volume of poetry written by acclaimed Native American novelist James Welch. The title of the book refers to the forty...


    The Portable Roman Reader

    by Various

    The Romans conquered most of the known world and detailed their conquests in calm, unapologetic histories. They were a supremely urbane people who longed poetically for the farming life. Valuing toughness and...


    The Virgin Blue: A Novel

    by Tracy Chevalier

    Meet Ella Turner and Isabelle du Moulin—two women born centuries apart, yet bound by a fateful family legacy. When Ella and her husband move to a small town in France, Ella hopes to brush up on her French,...


    Paris After the Liberation 1944-1949: Revised Edition

    by Antony Beevor & Artemis Cooper

    "A rich and intriguing story whcih the authors disentangle with great skill."--Sunday Telegraph

    Beevor's Ardennes 1944: The Battle of the Bulge is now available from Viking Books 

    In this brilliant synthesis...


    Hoodlum Birds

    by Eugene Gloria

    In Eugene Gloria’s acclaimed first collection of poems, Drivers at the Short-Time Motel, ephemeral lives, and souls lost in the tattered fabric of war, displacement, and ruined love, found hope, redemption,...


    The Mind at Work: Valuing the Intelligence of the American Worker

    by Mike Rose

    Featuring a new preface for the 10th anniversary

    As did the national bestseller Nickel and Dimed, Mike Rose’s revelatory book demolishes the long-held notion that people who work with their hands make up a...


    Good Poems

    by Various

    Every day people tune in to The Writer's Almanac on public radio and hear Garrison Keillor read them a poem. And here, for the first time, is an anthology of poems from the show, chosen by the narrator for their...