Reprint: The Lost Art of Drawing the Line: How Fairness Went Too Far (Feb., $TBA) by Philip K. Howard.
Best Newspaper Writing 2001: The Nation’s Best Journalism (Sept., $14.95), edited by Keith Woods, celebrates the winners of the American Society of Newspaper Editors Distinguished Writing Awards. 25,000 first printing. Ad/promo.
Reprint: The Island of Lost Maps: A True Story of Cartographic Crime (Sept., $14.95) by Miles Harvey.
Globaphobia Revisited: Open Trade and Its Critics (Nov., $16.95) by Gary Burtless and Robert E. Litan identifies the advantages of furthering international trade and the flaws in the arguments against globalization.
CARROLL & GRAF
Reprint: Blood and Money (Sept., $14) by Thomas Thompson.
No Place Like Home: Echoes from Kosovo (Oct., $40) by Melanie Friend. A prize-winning photojournalist explores Kosovo’s recent history through pictures and interviews.
Take It Personally: How to Make Conscious Choices to Change the World (Oct., $24.95) by Anita Roddick. The founder of the Body Shop presents photographs, essays, montages and quotes on the driving issues behind globalization. 75,000 first printing. 10-city author tour.
Reprints: Living Terrors: What America Needs to Know to Survive the Coming Bioterrorist Catastrophe (Oct., $13.95) by Michael T. Osterholm and John Schwartz. 15,000 first printing; Civil Warriors: The Legal Siege on the Tobacco Industry (Dec., $14.95) by Dan Zegart. 17,500 first printing.
FARRAR, STRAUS & GIROUX
Reprint: Primetime Blues: African Americans on Network Television (Feb., $15) by Donald Bogle.
Jerusalem: What’s the Fighting All About? (Jan., $9.99) by Randall Price looks at the issues behind the headlines.
A Dirty War (Sept., $17) by Anna Politkovskaya, trans. and edited by John Crowfoot, is an award-winning account by the only female Russian journalist on the Chechen front.
LITTLE, BROWN/BACK BAY
Reprint: The Tipping Point: How Little Things Can Make a Big Difference (Jan., $14.95) by Malcolm Gladwell. 100,000 first printing.
NEW AMERICAN LIBRARY
Reprint: Drudge Manifesto (Sept., $12) by Matt Drudge.
Justice Talking: Leading Advocates Debate Today’s Most Controversial Issues: School Vouchers and ...Censoring the Web (Nov., $24.95 each), edited by Kathryn Kolbert and Zak Mettger, inaugurate a book and CD series inspired by the NPR program Justice Talking.
NEW YORK UNIV. PRESS
Reprint: Times Square Red, Times Square Blue (Nov., $15.95) by Samuel R. Delany.
Air Rage: Crisis in the Skies (Sept., $20) by Anonymous and Andrew R. Thomas. A veteran insider of the airline industry and an investigative journalist discuss the causes of and solutions for air rage.
Networks and Netwars (Feb., $25), edited by John Arquilla and David Ronfeldt, discusses emerging trends in "netwar," cyberwar and social activism. Ad/promo. Radio tour.
Genetically Modified Food (Oct., $7.95) by John Grogan with Sally Deneen offers the latest information.
ROWMAN & LITTLEFIELD
The Animal Rights Debate (Sept., $19.95) by Carl Cohen and Tom Regan. Two influential philosophers of opposing camps argue the animal rights issue.
Reprint: The Ten Things You Can’t Say in America (Sept., $14.95) by Larry Elder.
Appeal to Reason: The First 25 Years of In These Times (Nov., $19.95), edited by Craig Aaron. Twenty leading progressive writers look at lessons from the past and suggest directions for the future.
How Much Do We Deserve?: An Inquiry into Distributive Justice (Sept., $16) by Richard S. Gilbert explores the injustice arising from the widening gap between rich and poor in the U.S.
Infidelity on the Internet (Nov., $16.95) by Marlene M. Maheu and Rona B. Subotnik explores cyber-affairs and their effect on real-life relationships. 25,000 first printing.
Black in America: Where a Ph.D. Is Still Not Enough (Jan.; $24.95, cloth $59.95) by Lee Jones discusses racial equity on college campuses.
Reprint: The Lost Daughters of China: Abandoned Girls, Their Journey to America, and the Search for a Missing Past (Oct., $14.95) by Karin Evans.
UNIV. OF CALIFORNIA PRESS
A Village Destroyed, May 14, 1999: War Crimes in Kosovo (Nov.; $18.95, cloth $50) by Fred Abrahams and Eric Stover, photos by Gilles Peress, is an account of a massacre of Kosovar Albanians by Serbian paramilitaries.
UNIV. OF CHICAGO PRESS
The Vote: Bush, Gore, and the Supreme Court (Oct., $18), edited by Cass R. Sunstein and Richard A. Epstein. Leading constitutional scholars render their verdicts on the 2000 presidential election controversy.
UNIV. OF ILLINOIS PRESS
Very Special Agents: The Inside Story of America’s Most Controversial Law Enforcement Agency—The Bureau of Alcohol, Tobacco, and Firearms (Oct.; $14.95, cloth $39.95) by James Moore is by a retired agent who was present at the Branch Davidian conflagration.
UNIV. OF MISSOURI PRESS
A Gift of Meaning (Nov., $19.95) by Bill Tammeus collects columns written for the Kansas City Star.
UNIV. OF TEXAS PRESS
Brought to You By: Postwar Television and the American Dream (Jan.; $22.95, cloth $50) by Lawrence R. Samuel explains how a single medium rose to be one of the most definitive forces in our culture.
From ACT UP to the WTO: Urban Protest and Community Building in the Era of Globalization (Nov.; $22, cloth $70), edited by Benjamin Shepard and Ronald Hayduk. A wide range of activists discuss issues behind current anti-globalization protests.
Volume 248 Issue 33 08/13/2001
Fall 2001 Trade Paperbacks: Contemporary Affairs