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Washington Square Press

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  • The Coldest Winter Everby Sister Souljah

    Washington Square Press 2010; US$ 7.99

    Renowned hip-hop artist, writer, and activist Sister Souljah brings the streets of New York to life in a powerful and utterly unforgettable first novel. I came busting into the world during one of New York's worst snowstorms, so my mother named me Winter. Ghetto-born, Winter is the young, wealthy daughter of a prominent Brooklyn drug-dealing family.... more...

  • Wherever There Is Lightby Peter Golden

    Washington Square Press 2015; US$ 25.00 US$ 17.50

    From the author of Comeback Love­ , a sweeping, panoramic tale of twentieth-century America, chronicling the decades-long love affair between a Jewish immigrant and the granddaughter of a slave. Julian Rose is only fifteen when he leaves his family and Germany for a new life in 1920s America. Lonely at first, he eventually finds his way?first by... more...

  • The Third Witchby Rebecca Reisert

    Washington Square Press 2002; US$ 22.95

    Rebecca Reisert's mesmerizing first novel re-imagines Macbeth, Shakespeare's classic tragedy of power and madness, through the eyes of a mysterious young woman on a dangerous quest for vengeance. For the girl called Gilly, life in the wilds of Birnam Wood is little more than a desperate struggle for survival. Seven long years have passed since... more...

  • Scheherazade Goes Westby Fatema Mernissi

    Washington Square Press 2001; US$ 16.95

    Throughout my childhood, my grandmother Yasmina, who was illiterate and grew up in a harem, repeated that to travel is the best way to learn and to empower yourself. "When a woman decides to use her wings, she takes big risks," she would tell me, but she was convinced that if you didn't use them, it hurt.... So recalls Fatema Mernissi at the outset... more...

  • Mother Knowsby Susan Burmeister-Brown; Linda B. Swanson-Davies

    Washington Square Press 2004; US$ 22.99

    Ann Beattie, Joyce Carol Oates, Richard Bausch, and twenty-one other celebrated American writers contribute to this moving anthology of fiction, compiled by the editors of the Glimmer Train literary quarterly. In the ten-plus years since Susan Burmeister-Brown and Linda B. Swanson-Davies founded Glimmer Train, they have introduced an astonishing... more...

  • Sex and Sensibilityby Genevieve Field

    Washington Square Press 2005; US$ 20.95

    It's all about you. Your apartment. Your job. Your dates. Your sex life. Your time off. Your exercise. Your food. Your music. Your future. What are you waiting for? Who will you love? What is it, really, that you want? The life of a single woman in the twenty-first century is full of new connections, new sex, new love, and new loss. It's about... more...

  • The Right Fitby Sinead Moriarty

    Washington Square Press 2006; US$ 20.99

    Emma, the irrepressible protagonist from The Baby Trail, is back for a whirlwind trip through the upside-down world of international adoption. Emma is back, and still eager to start a family. After trying every fertility treatment in the book, as well as following a slew of advice from her friends, family, and women's magazines, she and her... more...

  • The Mercury Visions of Louis Daguerreby Dominic Smith

    Washington Square Press 2007; US$ 20.99

    When the vision came, he was in the bathtub. So begins the madness of Louis Daguerre. In 1847, after a decade of using poisonous mercury vapors to cure his daguerreotype images, his mind is plagued by delusions. Believing the world will end within one year, Daguerre creates his "Doomsday List" -- ten items he must photograph before the final day.... more...

  • February Flowersby Fan Wu

    Washington Square Press 2007; US$ 7.30

    Set in modern China, February Flowers tells the stories of two young women's journeys to self-discovery and reconciliation with the past. Seventeen-year-old Ming and twenty-four-year-old Yan have very little in common other than studying at the same college. Ming, idealistic and preoccupied, lives in her own world of books, music, and imagination.... more...

  • The Hound in the Left-hand Cornerby Giles Waterfield

    Washington Square Press 2007; US$ 19.95

    In this brilliantly witty satire -- a bestseller in the UK -- a prestigious British museum launches an ambitious new exhibit...which quickly becomes a seasonal nightmare. Think that a day in the life of a London museum director is cold, quiet, and austere? Think again. Giles Waterfield brings a combination of intellectual comedy and knockabout... more...