by Amy RowlandOn sale date: 05-13-2014
An exquisite novel that asks probing questions about journalism and ethics, about the decline of the newspaper and the failure of language, it is also the story of a woman’s effort to establish her place in an increasingly alien and alienating world.READ MORE
Megumi, a young Japanese woman living in New York and hiding from her past, is hired to help rescue Thomas, an enigmatic, scarred man who has isolated himself in his bedroom for three years. With the tacit acceptance of Thomas’s wife, a passionate relationship develops between Megumi and Thomas.READ MORE
Profoundly moving and often funny, this meditation on tolerance explores what it means to open our hearts to another culture and to embrace our own. It is Krista Bremer’s unexpected struggle to reach beyond herself, her accidental Jihad.READ MORE
Critically acclaimed writer Ellen Gilchrist, winner of the National Book Award, returns with her first story collection in eight years.READ MORE
Gabrielle Zevin’s enchanting novel is a love letter to the world of books—and booksellers—that changes our lives by giving us the stories that open our hearts and enlighten our minds.
This surprising novel follows the rocky paths of a used Buick Electra and its owners—both past and present—as its new co-owners, two lost souls, form an unexpected alliance.READ MORE
Antonio learns about bravery and cowardice, life and death, and the heart’s capacity for love and for unremitting hatred in this stunning coming-of-age novel set against the backdrop of a true crime that shook an entire city.READ MORE
Mary's travels allow her to understand how the past and the future are connected, and to appreciate how important it is that she live her life to the fullest.READ MORE
One of America’s most acclaimed writers journeys to the land on which he has staked a literary claim to paint an indelible portrait of a family in a time of unprecedented change.READ MORE
by Rebecca Lee
Rebecca Lee, one of our most gifted and original short story writers, guides readers into a range of landscapes, both foreign and domestic, crafting stories as rich as novels.
A student plagiarizes a paper and…