- How Strange a Season: Fiction
Bergman’s fans will savor each story.
- In the Shadow of the Mountain: A Memoir of Courage
Vasquez-Lavado’s story of struggle and survival is elevated by its faith in the power of women’s solidarity.
- Spring 2022 Announcements: Literary Fiction
Essayist and memoirist Manguso debuts with a novel covering the cold ground of a Massachusetts town, where her protagonist grows up a child of European immigrants and feels left out of the town’s colonial WASP heritage.
- Spring 2022 Announcements: Cooking & Food
Harper Wave, Feb. 22 ($35, ISBN 978-0-06-306281-8)Full of insights from notable chefs and food writers, this FAQ for food nerds demystifies cooking while weaving in dozens of recipes. 75,000-copy announced first printing.It’s Not Just Cookies: Stories and Recipes from the Tiff’s
- Spring 2022 Announcements: Comics & Graphic Novels
This third volume of the Eisner and Hugo Award–winning Israeli cartoonist’s weekly auto-biographical comics ranges from diary entries to dreams, and covers such topics as parenting, family, politics, and creativity.
- Spring 2022 Announcements: Science
The author covers the way shrimp, spiders, cheetahs, and bloodhounds sense the world, and applies her findings to the mysteries of human perception.The Sky Is for Everyone: Stories of Women Astronomers in Their Own WordsEdited by Virginia Trimble and David A.
- Spring 2022 Announcements: Mysteries & Thrillers
In one story, an opioid-addicted cat-sitter learns devastating things when he eavesdrops on his neighbors.
- Spring 2022 Announcements: History
Buckley and others into believing in his innocence, only to try to kill again.The Sewing Girl’s Tale: A Story of the Wrongs of Men—and the Rights of Women John Sweet.
- Spring 2022 Announcements: Art, Architecture & Photography
Abrams, July 26 ($65, ISBN 978-1-4197-5616-0)This coffee-table-size volume contains hundreds of pulp novel covers and original line art illustrations from the 1930s and ’40s.Water Views: Aerial Photographs David Ondaatje.
- The First True Hitchcock: The Making of a Filmmaker
Miller covers two major parts of the myth: first, that the film placed Hitchcock’s career in jeopardy, and second, that Hitchcock borrowed techniques from Soviet cinema.
- New Kids' and YA Books: Weeks of November 29 and December 6, 2021
Fox: A Circle of Life Story by Isabel Thomas, illus. by Daniel Egnéus.
- Religion and Spirituality Books Preview: January 2022
Hockey gold medalist Coyne shares her story of overcoming insecurities and naysayers in pursuit of her dreams, while encouraging young people to follow their passions and never give up, according to the publisher.
- Q & A with Seth Fishman and Jessixa Bagley
He actually thinks that having his things in the book is more interesting—to see his little stuffy on the cover.
- Reappearing Acts: R. Kikuo Johnson Has a New Graphic Novel
This spring a cover he did for The New Yorker went viral.
- Children's Starred Reviews 2021
The memoir also integrates the story of her father’s childhood in the 1940s.