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The Long Emergency

by James Howard Kunstler

“[A] popular blueprint for surviving the end of oil.” –Paul Greenberg, The New York Times Book Review…

Grove at Home: April 11β€”17

…I kept reading about in the New York Times weekend supplement. I was worried I would have to change my topic. The lines that appeared again and again, everywhere, as if in a nightmare, are: ‘Ever tried. Ever failed. No matter. Try again. Fail again. Fail better.’ Taken from the…

The Last Crossing

by Guy Vanderhaeghe

“[Vanderhaeghe is] a Dickensian sensationalist. His flair for the lurid can be exquisite. . . . Epic novels can be loose, baggy monsters, but this one is stuffed with enough goodies to keep us entertained for days.” –John Vernon, The New York Times Book Review…

The Cigar Roller

by Pablo Medina

A hypnotic portrayal of a Cuban cigar roller, now an old man trapped inside his useless body, compelled to relive his worst failures in order to conjure his fairest memories….

Thunder Run

by David Zucchino

…stiching together the narratives of soldiers, officers, generals and Iraqis whom he interviewed during and after the war. . . . As an embedded reporter, Zucchino spent enough time with the troops he covered to understand the complex social dynamics that define warriors under fire.” –Phillip Carter, The Washington Post…


by Frank McLynn

 McLynn’s ability to bring history alive triumphs again in this vivid and elegant story of a pivotal moment in world history….


by Iain Gately

“Ambitious . . . informative and perceptive . . . Gately has done a great deal of research . . . and has assembled a lot of useful information in a straight-forward narrative fashion that vaguely resembles a Victorian novel sans dialogue. He is an amusing writer, which is a…

P. J. O’Rourke

P. J. O’Rourke (1947–2022) was an author, journalist, and political satirist who wrote twenty-two books on subjects as diverse as politics and cars and etiquette and economics. Parliament of Whores and Give War a Chance both reached #1 on the New York Times bestseller list. After beginning his career writing…


by Margaret Elphinstone

…and quicken with hope. The time is both dramatically distant and unsettlingly close to our own. . . . It speaks plainly and eloquently of matters grave and dark, of beauties still possible, of a world with faith and mystery. A remarkable triumph.” –Jeffrey Lent, author of In The Fall…

Maggie Paley

…a novel, Clarkson N. Potter, 1986; Penguin 1987; Fontana, England, 1987; Da Capo, Poland, 1994. Available in print-on-demand edition from Painted Leaf Press, at Amazon.com and Barnes & Noble.com. Elephant, a chapbook of sestinas, The Groundwater Press, 1990. Story, “A Zen Exercise in Concentration,” in New York Sex, Painted Leaf…