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  • The Anthropocene Reviewed: Essays on a Human-Centered Planet


  • The Myth of Sisyphus


  • These Precious Days
  • Opinions: A Decade of Arguments, Criticism, and Minding Other People's Business


  • Bluets


  • A Book of Days
  • Upstream: Selected Essays


  • Citizen: An American Lyric


  • Tabula Rasa

    Tabula Rasa

    "A literary legend's engaging review of his career, stressing the work he never completed, and why. Over seven decades, John McPhee has set a standard for literary nonfiction. Assaying mountain ranges, bark canoes, experimental aircraft, the Swiss Army, geophysical hot spots, ocean shipping, shad fishing, dissident art in the Soviet Union, and an even wider variety of other subjects, he has consistently written narrative pieces of immaculate design. In Tabula Rasa, Volume 1, McPhee looks back at his career from the vantage point of his desk drawer, reflecting wryly upon projects he once planned to do but never got around to-people to profile, regions he meant to portray. There are so many examples that he plans to go on writing these vignettes, an ideal project for an old man, he says, and a "reminiscent montage" from a writing life. This first volume includes


  • Little Weirds


  • A Carnival of Snackery: Diaries 2003-2020


  • Daughters of Latin America: An International Anthology of Writing by Latine Women

    Daughters of Latin America: An International Anthology of Writing by Latine Women

    Spanning time, styles, and traditions, a dazzling collection of essential works from 140 Latine writers, scholars, and activists from across the world—from warrior poet Audre Lorde to novelist Edwidge Danticat and performer and author Elizabeth Acevedo and artist/poet Cecilia Vicuña—gathered in one magnificent volume.Daughters of Latin America collects the intergenerational voices of Latine women across time and space, capturing the power, strength, and creativity of these visionary writers, leaders, scholars, and activists—including 24 Indigenous voices. Several authors featured are translated into English for the first time. Grammy, National Book Award, Cervantes, and Pulitzer Prize winners as well as a Nobel Laureate and the next generation of literary voices are among the stars of this essential collection, women whose work inspires and transforms us.An eclectic and inclusive time capsule spanning centuries, genres, and geographical and linguistic diversity, Daughters of Latin America is divided into 13 parts representing the 13 Mayan Moons, each cycle honoring a different theme. Within its pages are poems from U.S. Poet Laureate Ada Limón and celebrated Cervantes Prize–winner Dulce María Loynaz; lyric essays from New York Times bestselling author Naima Coster, Pulitzer prize-winning playwright Quiara Alegría Hudes, and Guggenheim Fellow Maryse Condé; rousing speeches from U.S. Representative Alexandra Ocasio-Cortez, and Lencan Indigenous land and water protector Berta Caceres; and a transcendent Mazatec chant from shaman and poet María Sabina testifying to the power of language as a cure, which opens the book.More than a collection of writings, Daughters of Latin America is a resurrection of ancestral literary inheritance as well as a celebration of the rising voices encouraged and nurtured by those who came before them. In addition to those mentioned above, contributors include Elizabeth Acevedo, Julia Alvarez, Albalucia Angel, Marie Arana, Ruth Behar, Gioconda Belli, Miluska Benavides, Carmen Bouollosa, Giannina Braschi, Norma Cantú, Ana Castillo, Sandra Cisneros, Ingrid Rojas Contreras, Angie Cruz, Edwidge Danticat, Julia de Burgos, Lila Downs, Laura Esquivel, Conceição Evaristo, Mayra Santos Febres, Sara Gallardo, Cristina Rivera Garza, Reyna Grande, Sonia Guiñasaca, Georgina Herrera, María Hinojosa, Claudia Salazar Jimenez, Jamaica Kincaid, María Clara Sharupi Jua, Amada Libertad, Josefina López, Gabriela Mistral, Celeste Mohammed, Cherrié Moraga, Angela Morales, Nancy Morejón, Anaïs Nin, Achy Obejas, Alejandra Pizarnik, Yolanda Arroyo Pizarro, Elena Poniatowska, Laura Restrepo, Ivelisse Rodriguez, Mikeas Sánchez, Esmeralda Santiago, Rita Laura Segato, Ana María Shua, Natalia Toledo, Julia Wong, Elisabet Velasquez, Karla Cornejo Villavicencio, Helena María Viramontes, and many more.


  • Notes of a Native Son


  • The Art of War


  • The Faggots & Their Friends Between Revolutions

    The Faggots & Their Friends Between Revolutions

    The Faggots and Their Friends Between Revolutions is a beloved queer utopian text written by Larry Mitchell with lush illustrations by Ned Asta, published by Calamus Press in 1977. Part-fable, part-manifesto, the book takes place in Ramrod, an empire in decline, and introduces us to the communities of the faggots, the women, the queens, the queer men, and the women who love women who are surviving the ways and world of men. Cherished by many over the four decades since its publication, The Faggots and Their Friends Between Revolutions offers a trenchant critique of capitalism, assimilation, and patriarchy that is deeply relevant today. This new edition will feature essays from performance artist Morgan Bassichis, who adapted the book to music with TM Davy in 2017 for a performance at the New Museum, and activist filmmaker Tourmaline.


  • The Anthropocene Reviewed: Essays on a Human-Centered Planet


  • A Darker Wilderness: Black Nature Writing from Soil to Stars

    A Darker Wilderness: Black Nature Writing from Soil to Stars

    A Ms. Magazine Most Anticipated Book of 2023A vibrant collection of personal and lyric essays in conversation with archival objects of Black history and memory.What are the politics of nature? Who owns it, where is it, what role does it play in our lives? Does it need to be tamed? Are we ourselves natural? In A Darker Wilderness, a constellation of luminary writers reflect on the significance of nature in their lived experience and on the role of nature in the lives of Black folks in the United States. Each of these essays engages with a single archival object, whether directly or obliquely, exploring stories spanning hundreds of years and thousands of miles, traveling from roots to space and finding rich Blackness everywhere.Erin Sharkey considers Benjamin Banneker’s 1795 almanac, as she follows the passing of seasons in an urban garden in Buffalo. Naima Penniman reflects on a statue of Haitian revolutionary François Makandal, within her own pursuit of environmental justice. Ama Codjoe meditates on rain, hair, protest, and freedom via a photo of a young woman during a civil rights demonstration in Alabama. And so on—with wide-ranging contributions from Carolyn Finney, Ronald Greer II, Alexis Pauline Gumbs, Sean Hill, Michael Kleber-Diggs, Glynn Pogue, Katie Robinson, and Lauret Savoy—unearthing evidence of the ways Black people’s relationship to the natural world has persevered through colonialism, slavery, state-sponsored violence, and structurally racist policies like Jim Crow and redlining.A scrapbook, a family chest, a quilt—and an astounding work of historical engagement and literary accomplishment—A Darker Wilderness is a collection brimming with abundance and insight.


  • A Supposedly Fun Thing I'll Never Do Again: Essays and Arguments


  • Nervous: Essays on Heritage and Healing


  • Sing a Black Girl's Song: The Unpublished Work of Ntozake Shange


  • Tales of Japan: Traditional Stories of Monsters and Magic

    Tales of Japan: Traditional Stories of Monsters and Magic

    A goblin with no body and a monster with no face. A resourceful samurai and a faithful daughter. A spirit of the moon and a dragon king.This collection of 15 traditional Japanese folktales transports readers to a time of adventure and enchantment. Drawn from the works of folklorists Lafcadio Hearn and Yei Theodora Ozaki, these tales are by turns terrifying, exhilarating, and poetic.• Striking illustrations by contemporary Japanese artist Kotaro Chiba • Special gift edition features an embossed, textured case with metallic gold ink, and a satin ribbon page markerFans of Celtic Tales, Ghostly Tales, and Japanese Notebooks will love this book. This book is ideal for:• Fans of fairytales, folklore, or ghost stories• Anyone interested in Japan’s history and culture• People of Japanese heritage• Collectors of illustrated classics


  • Letters to Milena


  • The Complete Tales of H.p. Lovecraft

    The Complete Tales of H.p. Lovecraft

    A must-have classic that every Lovecraft fan and collector will love. From the sumptuously designed Timeless Classics series, The Complete Tales of H.P. Lovecraft collects the author's novel, four novellas, and fifty-three short stories. Written between the years 1917 and 1935, this collection features Lovecraft's trademark fantastical creatures and supernatural thrills, as well as many horrific and cautionary science-fiction themes that have influenced some of today's writers and filmmakers, including Stephen King, Alan Moore, F. Paul Wilson, Guillermo del Toro, and Neil Gaiman. Included in this volume are The Case of Charles Dexter Ward, The Call of Cthulhu, The Dream-Quest of Unknown Kadath, At the Mountains of Madness,The Shadow Over Innsmouth,The Colour Out of Space, The Dunwich Horror, and many more hair-raising tales. The Timeless Classics series from Rock Point brings together the works of classic authors from around the world. Complete and unabridged, these elegantly designed gift editions feature luxe, patterned endpapers, ribbon markers, and foil and deboss details on vibrantly colored cases. Celebrate these beloved works of literature as true standouts in your personal library collection. Other titles in the series include: The Complete Grimm’s Fairy Tales, The Complete Novels of Jane Austen, The Complete Sherlock Holmes, The Complete Tales & Poems of Edgar Allan Poe, and The Complete Works of William Shakespeare.


  • We Both Laughed in Pleasure: The Selected Diaries of Lou Sullivan 1961-1991


  • Let Me Tell You What I Mean


  • The Penguin Book of the Modern American Short Story


  • I'll Show Myself Out: Essays on Midlife & Motherhood


  • Penguin Little Black Classics

    Penguin Little Black Classics

    In celebration of Penguin's 80th birthday, this box set of the 80 books in the Little Black Classics series showcases the many varied writers in Penguin Black Classics. From India to Greece, Denmark to Iran, and not forgetting Britain, it features an assortment of books that can transport readers back in time to the furthest corners of the globe.


  • This Is Not Miami
  • Irish Fairy Tales and Folklore

    Irish Fairy Tales and Folklore

    A classic collection of Irish fairy tales and lore by Nobel Peace Prize-winning author and poet W. B. Yeats Originally published as two separate volumes in 1800s, this premier collection of Irish stories edited and compiled W. B. Yeats is the perfect gift for any lover of Irish literature and folklore. The lyrical prose and rich cultural heritage of each tale will captivate and enchant readers of all ages and keep them entertained for hours on end. This volume contains more than seventy classic Irish stories, including timeless characters and mythology passed down for generations such as: The Trooping Fairies Changelings Tir-na-n-óg The Lepracaun The Kildare Pooka How Thomas Connolly met the Banshee And many more!

  • You Don't Know Us Negroes: And Other Essays


  • Dancing at the Edge of the World: Thoughts on Words, Women, Places


  • A Private Spy: The Letters of John Le CarrÈ
  • Dear Dolly: Collected Wisdom
  • 84, Charing Cross Road


  • A Guest at the Feast: Essays


  • Labyrinths: Selected Stories & Other Writings
  • Complete Tales & Poems


  • Consider the Lobster: and Other Essays


  • Letters to a Young Poet: The Norton Centenary Edition

    Letters to a Young Poet: The Norton Centenary Edition

    A gorgeous reissue of one of the most beloved classics of the twentieth century, published in celebration of Norton's 100th anniversary

  • Art Matters


  • Reckoning
  • What My Mother and I Don't Talk About: Fifteen Writers Break the Silence

    What My Mother and I Don't Talk About: Fifteen Writers Break the Silence

    "You will devour these beautifully written and very important tales of honesty, pain, and resilience" (Elizabeth Gilbert, bestselling author of Eat Pray Love) Fifteen brilliant writers explore how what we don't talk about with our mothers affects us, for better or for worse.


  • No Time to Spare: Thinking About What Matters


  • Letters to a Writer of Color: An Anthology


  • Soledad Brother: The Prison Letters of George Jackson


  • One Man's Meat
  • Affinities: On Art and Fascination


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