From a writer “whose genre-jumping refusal to be pinned
down [makes him] an exemplar of our era” (NPR), a new book
that confirms his power to astound readers.
As a child Geoff Dyer spent long hours making and blotchily painting model fighter planes.
Lea Michele is one of the hardest working performers in show business.
A debut that Neil Gaiman calls “Glorious,” The
Girl in the Road describes a future that is culturally lush,
technologically slick, and emotionally wrenching.
In a world where global power has shifted east and revolution is brewing, two women embark on vastly different journeys—each harrowing and urgent and wholly unexpected.
In this new rendition of a timeless classic, Italian scholar Elio Zappulla captures the majesty and enduring power of the Inferno, the first of the three canticles of Dante's The Divine Comedy, unarguably one of the masterpieces of world literature.
Thirty-three-year-old Shea Rigsby has spent her entire life in Walker, Texas—a small college town that lives and dies by football, a passion she unabashedly shares.
The Third Plate is chef Dan Barber’s extraordinary vision for a new future of American eating. After more than a decade spent investigating farming communities around the world in pursuit of singular flavor, Barber finally concluded that—for the sake of our food, our health, and the future of the land—America’s cuisine required a radical transformation.
Rachel Wiltshire has everything she’s ever wanted.
In thriller master Lee Child’s short story Deep Down, Jack Reacher must track down a spy in soldier’s clothing—by matching wits with four formidable females.
On scholarship at a prestigious East Coast college, ordinary Mabel Dagmar is surprised to befriend her roommate, the beautiful, wild, blue-blooded Genevra Winslow.