Happy Earth Day! Today we’ve selected a few backlist titles that inspire us to join in celebrating—and protecting—the environment. Some of these books encounter particular humans in nature, like Carol Ruckdeschel of Harlan’s Untamed, “an adventure story that artfully articulates the ferocities of nature and humanity” (Kirkus Reviews). Others theorize broadly on wildness: Pollan’s Second...keep reading
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It's National Poetry Month, and to join in the lyric festivities, we're looking back on a selection of poetry collections we've published in the last ten years. From Kay Ryan's 2011 Pulitzer Prize winning The Best of It, full of poems "so tiny you could almost tweet them" (The New York Times), to Wait Till...keep reading
In honor of the reissue of 1968 in America, a "splendidly evocative account of a historic year" (Arthur Schlesinger, Jr.), author Charles Kaiser recounts what was, to him, the most important thing that happened that year: the return of Bob Dylan The thirtieth anniversary edition of 1968 in America: Music, Politics, Chaos, Counterculture, and the...keep reading