- Navigating Uncertain Times
Industry experts are advising all accounts to order books early to avoid missing out on sales.This story has been updated to include news on the Heartland Fall Forum.
- San Fransicko: Why Progressives Ruin Cities
Though the author includes plenty of statistics and horror stories about drug addiction and crime, he exaggerates progressives’ belief in the “secular religion” of “victimology” and underplays the historical abuses associated with a “law-and-order” approach.
- Dangerous Visions and New Worlds: Radical Science Fiction, 1950-1985
The full-color vintage covers peppered throughout are a treat and add to the rich history, biographies, and politics on offer.
- The Byrds of Cinco Puntos Press Say Goodbye
“It was a favorite story that every Mexican and Mexican American kid grew up hearing.
- Remembering 9/11
As we approached Bleecker Street, ashen and ash-covered survivors were trudging up the avenue, carrying briefcases and their horror.
- Burning Boy: The Life and Work of Stephen Crane
Delving into Crane’s tragically short and impossibly romantic life, Auster covers Crane’s stint in New York as a freelance journalist, his international celebrity after the publication of his novel, a scandal in which Crane defended a prostitute from false charges of solicitation, the shipwreck that inspir
- We Are Not Like Them
Riley is assigned to cover the story while Jenny nears her due date.
- Time for Bed, Old House
Warm, atmospheric watercolor illustrations by Ford present a rich variety of angles and finely rendered detail, such as the bedtime story’s cover of Ezra Jack Keats’s The Snowy Day.
- American Comics: A History
In doing so, he skillfully charts “the story of a changing American audience...
- On Animals
According to Orlean, her “animalish” personality has driven her to track down critters her whole life, as well as stories of humans as animalish as she.
- H A Few Days Away
When the narrator learns that the journalist handling the bank robbery story is also covering the home invasion murders of Francis and Denise Mahan, he suspects a connection and poses as an investigator for the Mahans’ insurer to get information.
- The Corpse Flower
Ulrich warns Heloise to stay away from the story since her life could be in danger.
- Indie Spotlight: End of August 2021
If you look closely at the cover, you’ll see the street name is Second Street.
- Cover Redesign: 'The Memory Tree' by John A. Heldt
To submit a book for a free cover redesign, email us at firstname.lastname@example.org.Design Note 1: Using watercolor art helps bring a more rustic, personal feel to the cover.Design Note 2: I created an aged, inked look on the title, which helps establish that this story tak
- Jay Caspian Kang Explores Asian American Assimilation
“And the origins of that story appear to be poorly understood and far too infrequently appreciated.