Reprint: Always Wear Joy (May, $13.95) by Susan Fales-Hill.
Reprints: A Million Little Pieces (May, $13.95) by James Frey, 100,000 first printing; What Becomes of the Brokenhearted (July, $13.95) by E. Lynn Harris, 85,000 first printing.
Reprint: William & Harry (June, $14.95) by Ingrid Seward.
ARSENAL PULP PRESS
I, Shithead: A Life in Punk (Apr., $17.95) by Joey Keithley, known as Joey Shithead, founded D.O.A., the socially conscious punk pioneers, in 1978.
Reprint: Beautiful Shadow: A Life of Patricia Highsmith (May, $18.95) by Andrew Wilson.
The Iron Circle: The True Life Story of Dominiquie Vandenberg (May, $18.95) by Dominiquie Vandenberg as told to Rick Rever tells of the youngest man ever to win the champion title in the Bare Knuckle Karate World Open. $70,000 ad/promo.5-city author tour.
Unrooted Childhoods: Memoirs of Growing Up Global (Mar., $23.95), edited by Faith Eidse and Nina Sichel, gathers recollections by Isabel Allende, Pat Conroy and Pico Iyer.
The Sex Lives of Cannibals: Adrift in the Equatorial Pacific (June, $12.95) by J. Maarten Troost recounts two years on the remote South Pacific island of Tarawa.
CARROLL & GRAF
Keith Richards: Satisfaction (Apr., $14.95) by Christopher Sandford takes a candid look at the Rolling Stones legend.
CHICAGO REVIEW PRESS (dist. by IPG)
Off the Map: A Journey Through the Amazonian Wild (Apr., $16.95) by John Harrison. Harrison and his wife venture into unexplored Amazon rain forests.
Reprint: Nicole Kidman (July, $15.95) by James L. Dickerson.
Reprint: Appetites: Why Women Want (Apr., $13.95) by Caroline Knapp.
DALKEY ARCHIVE PRESS
A Bestiary (July; $14.95, cloth $49.95) by Aidan Higgins relates the life and times of the contemporary Irish writer.
Reprint: The Only Girl in the Car: A Memoir (Mar., $13) by Kathy Dobie, 20,000 first printing.
The Life of Walter de la Mare (May, $14.95) by Theresa Whistler illuminates the work of the poet, novelist and children's author.
The Cowboy and the Señorita: A Biography of Roy Rogers and Dale Evans (May, $19.95) by Chris Enss and Howard Kazanjian. The Rogers family shares memories of the King of the Cowboys and the Queen of the West. Author tour.
FSG/FABER & FABER
Reprint: Public Places: My Life in the Theater, with Peter O'Toole and Beyond (May, $15) by Siân Phillips.
FSG/NORTH POINT PRESS
Reprints: Stolen Figs: And Other Adventures in Calabria (May, $14) by Mark Rotella; Drinking the Rain: A Memoir (July, $13) by Alix Kates Shulman.
Reprint: California Dish: What I Saw (and Cooked) at the American Culinary Revolution (July, $14) by Jeremiah Tower.
One Mile at a Time: Cycling Full Circle from Loss to Renewal (Mar., $16.95) by Dwight Smith. After the deaths of his two sons and his wife, Smith takes a healing bicycle journey. Ad/promo.
My Turquoise Years (June, $14.95) by M.A.C. Farrant. The author recalls her 13th year in 1960.
HANGING LOOSE PRESS
That Special Place: New World Irish Stories (Apr.; $14, cloth $24) by Terence Winch muses on the pleasures of making traditional music with the band called Celtic Thunder.
Reprint: Looking for My Country: Finding Myself in America (Apr., $13) by Robert MacNeil.
Reprints: Mr. S: My Life with Frank Sinatra (May, $14.95) by George Jacobs, 50,000 first printing; Traci Lords: Underneath It All (July, $13.95) by Traci Elizabeth Lords, 35,000 first printing.
HAUS PUBLISHING (dist. by Trafalgar Square)
Brahms (Mar., $15.95) by Hans Neunzig accompanies Britten, Dostoevsky and Rackmaninov in the Life & Times series.
Reprint: I'm Still Hungry: Finding Myself Through Thick and Thin (May, $13.95) by Carnie Wilson.
I Want My Life Back (Mar., $12.95) by Steve Hamilton with Alison Lowry recounts the author's recovery from alcohol and drug addiction.
Reprint: The Apprentice: My Life in the Kitchen (May, $14) by Jacques Pépin, 75,000 first printing .
The Sparkling-Eyed Boy (May, $12) by Amy Benson is an erotic memoir of first love. Advertising.Author publicity.
INDIANA UNIV. PRESS
Reprint: Only the Strong Survive (Mar., $18.95) by Jerry Butler.
JOHNS HOPKINS UNIV. PRESS
Alexander: Destiny and Myth (Apr., $21.95) by Claude Mossé depicts the deeds and legend of Alexander the Great.
All the Days of My Life (So Far) (June, $15) by Alison Sweeney. The Emmy-winning actress talks about men and boys and her 10 years on Days of Our Lives.
LIFFEY PRESS (dist. by Dufour Editions)
Children of the Far-Flung (Mar., $19.95) by Geraldine O'Connell Cusack tracks four generations of an Irish-American family in the Bronx.
LITTLE, BROWN/BACK BAY
Reprint: An Unfinished Life: John F. Kennedy, 1917—1963 (Apr., $17.95) by Robert Dallek.
LOUISIANA STATE UNIV. PRESS
Intimate Enemies: The Two Worlds of Baroness de Pontalba (Mar., $19.95) by Christina Vella. Micaela Almonester was born into money in 1795 New Orleans and married into misery in France 16 years later. Advertising.
MERCAT (dist. by Interlink)
Stevenson's Scotland (Apr., $16.95) by Robert Louis Stevenson, edited by Duncan Glen and Tom Hubbard, is an anthology that describes Stevenson's country with passion and national pride.
MERCER UNIV. PRESS
Cotton, Cornbread and Conversations: Adventures in Central Georgia (Mar., $16) by Suzanne Lawler introduces individuals and places of the region.
Running Through Fire: How I Survived the Holocaust (Apr., $14.95) by Zosia Goldberg as told to Hilton Obenzinger continues the NEA Heritage & Preservation series.
Ginny Good: A Memoir (Apr., $16.95) by Gerard Jones tells the story of Jones' life as Ginny, "the first hippie."
Humble Pie: St. Benedict's Ladder of Humility (Mar., $16.95) by Carol Bonomo asserts that today's society does not value the quality of being humble.
NEW AMERICAN LIBRARY
A Rip in Heaven: A Memoir of Murder and Its Aftermath (June, $12.95) by Jeanine Cummins reveals the lingering pain of a victim's loved one.
The Vienna Paradox (May, $15.95) by Marjorie Perloff is an account of the literary critic's flight from pre-WWII Vienna.
NORTHWESTERN UNIV. PRESS
Reprint: Ferraro: My Story (July, $19.95) by Geraldine A. Ferraro with Linda Bird Francke.
OCEAN PRESS (dist. by Consortium)
Sacco & Vanzetti: Rebel Lives (Mar., $9.95), edited by John Davis, charges that the two Italian anarchists were framed victims of an anti-immigrant campaign.
Diary of a Barrio Priest (Apr., $16) by Michael P. Enright chronicles how a priest brought hope to a nightmarish Chicago neighborhood.
Blue Suburbia (Mar., $12.95) by Lucy Albanese depicts a life of melancholy motherhood in the suburbs. 50,000 first printing.
Reprints: Ask Me Again Tomorrow (Apr., $13.95) by Olympia Dukakis, 25,000 first printing; My Invented Country (May, $12.95) by Isabel Allende, 75,000 first printing; Six Wives (May, $15.95) by David Starkey, 75,000 first printing; Me and My Dad (May, $13.95) by Paul O'Neill, 40,000 first printing; Roone (June, $13.95) by Roone Arledge, 15,000 first printing.
Reprint: Dry: A Memoir (May, $14) by Augusten Burroughs.
PLUTO PRESS (dist. by Stylus)
The Road to Al Qaeda: The Story of Bin Laden's Right Hand Man (Apr.; $19.95, cloth $65) by Montasser Al-Zayyat is the first English-language edition of the biography of the Ayman al-Zawahiri.
Reprints: Lessons for Dylan: On Life, Love, the Movies and More (May, $9.95) by Joel Siegel; Monkey Dancing: A Father, Two Kids and a Journey to the Ends of the Earth (June, $14.95) by Daniel Glick.
Reprints: The Story of My Father: A Memoir (June, $12.95) by Sue Miller; When Hollywood Had a King: The Reign of Lew Wasserman, Who Leveraged Talent into Power and Influence (July, $16.95) by Connie Bruck; The Prince of Providence: The Rise and Fall of Buddy Cianci, America's Most Notorious Mayor (Aug., $14.95) by Mike Stanton.
Lions, Tigers and Mares, Oh My! (Apr., $17.95) by Gay Balliet. Psycho chickens and berserk buffalo are among the creatures tended to by the author and her veterinarian husband. Author publicity.
Reprint: Couldn't Keep It to Myself: Testimonies from Our Imprisoned Sisters (Mar., $13.95) by Wally Lamb and the Women of York Correctional Institution, 30,000 first printing.
The Zanzibar Chest: A Story of Life, Love and Death in Foreign Lands (Aug., $15) by Aiden Hartley concerns forbidden love and intrepid young men cut down in their prime.
Reprint: Almost There: The Onward Journey of a Dublin Woman (Apr., $14) by Nuala O'Faolain.
Bobby Darin: The Incredible Story of an Amazing Life (May, $15.95) by Al DiOrio offers a new perspective on the singer who died at 37.
Reprints: Are You Hungry, Dear? Life, Laughs and Lasagna (May, $14.95) by Doris Roberts with Danelle Morton; The Kennedy Curse: Why Tragedy Has Haunted America's First Family for 150 Years (July, $14.95) by Edward Klein; My Anecdotal Life: A Memoir (Aug., $13.95) by Carl Reiner.
Wall of Pain: The Biography of Phil Spector (Mar., $14.95) by Dave Thompson. Publication coincides with the record producer's trial for murder.
Brian Jones (Mar.), Charlie Watts (May) and Keith Richards (Aug., $14.95 each) by Alan Clayson concern three members of the Rolling Stones.
SIMON & SCHUSTER
Reprints: Rescuing Patty Hearst: Growing Up Sane in a Decade Gone Mad (Mar., $12) by Virginia Holman; The Road to Home: My Life and Times (May, $15) by Vartan Gregorian; Benjamin Franklin: An American Life (June, $16.95) by Walter Isaacson, 150,000 first printing.
SMITH AND KRAUS
Hiding in Plain Sight: A Jewish Teenager's Struggle to Survive in Nazi-Occupied Poland (Mar., $24.95) by Betty Lauer relates six years of terror and vigilance endured by Berta Weissberger.
SOFT SKULL PRESS
Playing Right Field: A Jew Grows in Greenwich (Apr., $13.95) by George Tabb, illus. by Fly. The lead singer of Furious George recalls being one of a few Jews in WASP-land Connecticut. 20,000 first printing. Author tour.
Reprint: Hemingway Book Club of Kosovo (Mar., $13.95) by Paula Huntley.
TEMPLETON FOUNDATION PRESS
Sir John Templeton: From Wall Street to Humility Theology (July, $14.95) by Robert L. Herrmann is a newly revised edition.
THREE RIVERS PRESS
Reprints: Ambulance Girl: How I Saved Myself by Becoming an EMT (Apr., $12.95) by Jane Stern; The Last Good Time: Skinny D'Amato, the Notorious 500 Club and the Rise and Fall of Atlantic City (June, $14.95) by Jonathan Van Meter.
Reprint: Dreamer of Dune (July, $17.95) by Brian Herbert.
UNIV. OF ARKANSAS PRESS
High, Wide and Frightened (Apr., $19.95) by Louise Thaden. The female aviator tells her story.
UNIV. PRESS OF MISSISSIPPI
R. Crumb: Conversations (June; $20, cloth $48), edited by D.K. Holm, interviews the dean of underground comics.
I Love Everybody (and Other Atrocious Lies): True Tails of a Loudmouth Girl (June, $12.95) by Laurie Notaro stares down the mid-30s. Ad/promo.5-city author tour.
Reprint: A Round-Heeled Woman: My Late-Life Adventures in Sex and Romance (May, $13.95) by Jane Juska.
Reprint: Isaac Newton (June, $13) by James Gleick, 50,000 first printing.
A Saint in Seattle: The Life of the Tibetan Mystic Dezhung Rinpoche (July, $34.95) by David P. Jackson looks at one of the first Tibetan masters to arrive in the U.S.
WOLFHOUND (dist. by Interlink)
Gerard Keegan's Famine Diary: Journey to a New World (Mar., $9.95) by James J. Mangan is the 1847 diary of a young Irishman on an infamous coffin ship to Canada.
YALE UNIV. PRESS
Churchill: Visionary. Statesman. Historian. (Apr., $15) by John Lukacs evaluates the leader's successes and failures.