WHITE NIGHTS IN SPLIT TOWN CITY by Annie DeWitt

WHITE NIGHTS IN SPLIT TOWN CITY by Annie DeWitt

August 15, 2016

Bookforum gave WHITE NIGHTS IN SPLIT TOWN CITY a long and glowing review. “White Nights is the study of a failing family—how it is dismantled from within, how it is threatened by the world outside. DeWitt steers headlong into the most intimate and uncomfortable aspects of this disintegration, but, like Olds, she shows the glory in the terrible, the beauty in the bomb.” Tyrant Books published the book on August 9, 2016….

THE MORTIFICATIONS by Derek Palacio

THE MORTIFICATIONS by Derek Palacio

August 5, 2016

THE MORTIFICATIONS garnered a starred review in Kirkus, which called it “searching, heartbreaking, and achingly beautiful.” Tim Duggan Books will publish the book on October 4, 2016…

WHO SHOT SPORTS by Gail Buckland

WHO SHOT SPORTS by Gail Buckland

July 21, 2016

As her starred Kirkus review states, “Essential for all students of sports history and of photography” this anthology of remarkable sports photographs is stunning. Knopf published the hardcover July 5, 2016…

THE MORTIFICATIONS by Derek Palacio

THE MORTIFICATIONS by Derek Palacio

July 15, 2016

Publishers Weekly published a favorable review of THE MORTIFICATIONS, which described his characters as breathing “with vital intensity.” Tim Duggan Books will publish the book on October 4, 2016.

A NONE’S STORY by Corinna Nicolaou

A NONE’S STORY by Corinna Nicolaou

July 15, 2016

The New York Times Book Review reviewed A NONE’S STORY by Corinna Nicolaou, and said of the book that “[Nicolaou’s] determination to understand practice rather than ideology is wise.” Columbia University Press published the book on March 29, 2016…

THE BEAR AND THE NIGHTINGALE by Katherine Arden

THE BEAR AND THE NIGHTINGALE by Katherine Arden

July 11, 2016

Publishers Weekly gave THE BEAR AND THE NIGHTINGALE a starred review, calling it an “earthy, beautifully written love letter to Russian folklore, with an irresistible heroine” with “stunning prose [that] forms a fully immersive, unusual, and exciting fairy tale that will enchant readers from the first page.” Del Rey will publish the book on January 10, 2017.

AS GOOD AS GONE by Larry Watson

AS GOOD AS GONE by Larry Watson

June 27, 2016

Larry Watson’s AS GOOD AS GONE received positive reviews in the Wall Street Journal which, appreciating its “plainspoken toughness” and the Seattle Times, where David Wright writes: “Watson sweeps us up in a captivating family drama that departs as quickly as it came, leaving us gratified yet hungry for more.” Algonquin published the book June 21, 2016….

I CONTAIN MULTITUDES by Ed Yong

I CONTAIN MULTITUDES by Ed Yong

June 20, 2016

Award-winning science writer Ed Yong’s first book, I CONTAIN MULTITUDES, received a starred review in Kirkus. They lauded it as “An exceptionally informative, beautifully written book that will profoundly shift one’s sense of self to that of symbiotic multitudes. Ecco publishes the book on August 9, 2016…

BLACK DEUTSCHLAND by Darryl Pinckney

BLACK DEUTSCHLAND by Darryl Pinckney

June 20, 2016

Darry Pinckney’s acclaimed novel was named one of the best books of the year so far by Time Magazine. Farrar Straus & Giroux published the book on February 2, 2016.

IT’S ALL EASY by Gwyneth Paltrow

IT’S ALL EASY by Gwyneth Paltrow

June 6, 2016

The third bestselling cookbook by Gwyneth Paltrow was the lead review in a cookbook roundup in Sunday’s New York Times Book Review. The review says that “A good percentage of the recipes deliver on the fast part of the fast-and-fresh promise, and what makes them so appealing is the way Paltrow and Baumann elevate a simple dish without scaring anyone off.” Grand Central published the book on April 12, 2016.