THE HIGH DIVIDE by Lin Enger

THE HIGH DIVIDE by Lin Enger

April 8, 2015

Lin Enger’s THE HIGH DIVIDE has been shortlisted for the Reading the West Book Award, given by the Mountains & Plains Independent Booksellers’ Association. Algonquin published the book on September 23, 2014.

ONGOINGNESS by Sarah Manguso

ONGOINGNESS by Sarah Manguso

April 8, 2015

Sarah Manguso’s ONGOINGNESS was reviewed by Alice Gregory in The New Yorker, by Maria Popova in Brain Pickings, and also in BookReporter. Said The New Yorker, “In her almost psychedelic musings on time and what it means to preserve one’s own life, she has managed to transcribe an entirely interior world. She has written the memoir we didn’t realize we needed.”

RUST by Jonathan Waldman

RUST by Jonathan Waldman

March 24, 2015

Adding to the positive press RUST: The Longest War received a starred review in Shelf Awareness where Jeanette Zwart says ,” Rust is wonderfully told, full of little known facts, sly asides and heroes and villains alike” Simon & Schuster published the hardcover on March 10, 2015.

THE SCARLET GOSPELS by Clive Barker

THE SCARLET GOSPELS by Clive Barker

March 24, 2015

In THE SCARLET GOSPELS, legendary horror master, Clive Barker, will return one last time to two of his most well-known characters: the infamous hell-priest Pinhead and his nemesis, detective Harry D’Amour. Kirkus Reviews calls the novel a “fun, gory roller-coaster ride for horror fans and a worthy ending for an iconic villain.” THE SCARLET GOSPELS will be published by St. Martin’s Press on May 19th.

ONGOINGNESS by Sarah Manguso

ONGOINGNESS by Sarah Manguso

March 24, 2015

Sarah Manguso’s ONGOINGNESS is one of Vogue’s “22 Spring Books We Can’t Wait To Read,” and Leslie Jamison reviewed the book in The Atlantic, saying, “with a kind of anti-prolix purity, she evokes the diary in lean abstractions and polished reflections that elide or condense the experiences that shaped them. Her prose feels twice distilled; it’s whiskey rather than beer, writing about writing about life.” Graywolf published the book on March 3, 2015.

THE ARGONAUTS by Maggie Nelson

THE ARGONAUTS by Maggie Nelson

March 24, 2015

Maggie Nelson’s THE ARGONAUTS received a starred review in Publishers Weekly, which said, “In a fast-shifting terrain of ‘homonormativity,’ Nelson…plows ahead with a disarmingly blushing work about trying to simultaneously embrace her identity, her marriage with nomadic transgender filmmaker Harry, and motherhood. Nelson writes in fine, fragmented exhalations, inserting quotes from numerous theorists as she goes. Her narrative is an honest, joyous affirmation of one happily unconventional family finding itself.”

RUST by Jonathan Waldman

RUST by Jonathan Waldman

March 13, 2015

One of Amazon’s “best books of the month” and “Big Spring Reads.” The New York Times says: “Rust” is “…Wide-ranging and consistently engrossing. Mr. Waldman makes rust shine…” Simon & Schuster will published the hardcover on March 10, 2015.

THE CHINA COLLECTORS by Karl E. Meyer and Shareen Blair Brysac

THE CHINA COLLECTORS by Karl E. Meyer and Shareen Blair Brysac

March 13, 2015

As The Washington Post notes, “Like so much of the best nonfiction, “The China Collectors” is as entertaining as it is eye-opening. After reading it, you’ll never visit an Asian art exhibit again without shuddering at how much Sturm und Drang went into the creation of such peacefulness and serenity.”
Palgrave Macmillan published hardcover March 10, 2015.

THE HUNGER OF THE WOLF by Stephen Marche

THE HUNGER OF THE WOLF by Stephen Marche

March 13, 2015

Stephen Marche’s THE HUNGER OF THE WOLF was reviewed in the Miami Herald, which said, “The Hunger of the Wolf is simply one of the most observant and entertaining examinations of modern will-to-wealth that fiction has produced in recent years.” Simon & Schuster published the book on February 3, 2015.

GREEN ON BLUE by Elliot Ackerman

GREEN ON BLUE by Elliot Ackerman

March 13, 2015

Elliot Ackerman’s GREEN ON BLUE was reviewed in the Daily Beast, which said, “Ackerman’s clear empathy for Afghanistan helps drive a graceful narrative that never bogs down in battlefield histrionics. Green on Blue’s character of Aziz…is so refreshingly real because he is so new, especially in our current literary marketplace.” Scribner published the book on February 17, 2015.