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The Book of J

by David Rosenberg

“A great book . . . Rosenberg has produced a superb piece of translation . . . Bloom wrestles with the Angel of Literature, and walks away with the Blessing.” –Village Voice Literary Supplement…

Cain’s Book

by Alexander Trocchi

“Mr. Tocchi’s ideas (or, rather, his gropings toward the distant glow of ideas) are set down in prose that is always clean and sharp and often ferociously alive with poetry.” —The New Yorker…

Young Mungo

by Douglas Stuart

A story of queer love and working-class families, Young Mungo is the brilliant second novel from the Booker Prize-winning author of Shuggie Bain…

The Book of Absinthe

by Phil Baker

“Baker’s witty, eminently readable, erudite history of absinthe is a must for the cocktail aficionado.” –Wine & Spirits…

The Weather Makers

by Tim Flannery

“At last, here is a clear and readable account of one of the most important but controversial issues facing everyone in the world today. If you are not already addicted to Tim Flannery’s writing, discover him now: The Weather Makers is his best book yet.” –Jared Diamond, author of Collapse…

The New Book of Lists

by David Wallechinsky

“Packed with more fascinating, trivial, vital, and perverse non sequiturs than you can shake an encyclopedia at.” –The New York Times Book Review…

The Committed

by Viet Thanh Nguyen

The sequel to The Sympathizer, which won the 2016 Pulitzer Prize in Fiction and went on to sell over a million copies worldwide, The Committed tells the story of “the man of two minds” as he comes as a refugee to France and turns his hand to capitalism…

March Book

by Jesse Ball

“Ball displays an otherworldly virtuosity in rendering the uncanny. . . . His luminous, arresting, uncanny dreamscapes call the reader. . . . Coolly seductive and skillfully wrought.” –DeSales Harrison, Boston Review…

The Book for Dangerous Women

by Clare Conville

A witty bedside companion about the vicissitudes of modern life, for today’s woman….

The Grove Book of Art Writing

by Martin Gayford

“Wonderfully direct excerpts from the correspondence, missives, interviews and essays of artists . . . [A] series of . . . revelatory pronouncements by a plethora of artists and critics.” –Publishers Weekly…