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  • An Apple A Dayby Joe Schwarcz

    Other Press 2009; US$ 14.95

    Eat salmon. It?s full of good omega-3 fats. Don?t eat salmon. It?s full of PCBs and mercury. Eat more veggies. They?re full of good antioxidants. Don?t eat more veggies. The pesticides will give you cancer. Forget your dinner jacket and put on your lab coat: you have to be a nutritional scientist these days before you sit down to eat?which is why... more...

  • The Last Days of Lacuna Cabalby Sean Dixon

    Other Press 2009; US$ 15.95

    The girls of the Lacuna Cabal Montreal Young Women?s Book Club are at a crossroads. One of their founding members is dead, they?ve made a few unfortunate compromises to their membership, some of them aren?t getting any younger, and they?ve been stuck on a single weepy tome for six long months. Resident maverick Runner Coghill decides to shake things... more...

  • We Are Richby Dori Carter

    Other Press 2009; US$ 15.99

    The little, leafy town of Rancho Esperanza has been a perfect place to live for over a century?a bastion of good, solid, Anglo-Saxon, Republican money. These founding fathers built their gracious estates and country club and fondly called their town, ?Ohio by the Sea.? There was only one traffic light and time seemed to stop at the freeway off ramp.... more...

  • The Unitby Ninni Holmqvist; Marlaine Delargy

    Other Press 2009; US$ 4.99

    One day in early spring, Dorrit Weger is checked into the Second Reserve Bank Unit for biological material. She is promised a nicely furnished apartment inside the Unit, where she will make new friends, enjoy the state of the art recreation facilities, and live the few remaining days of her life in comfort with people who are just like her. Here, women... more...

  • The Beijing of Possibilitiesby Jonathan Tel; Helan Xiao

    Other Press 2009; US$ 14.95

    Blending elements of the surreal with carefully observed details of life in present-day Beijing, Jonathan Tel?s short stories offer a rich and highly entertaining guide to the city and its many and varied inhabitants?from a modern-day Monkey King to an equally contemporary indentured servant, from a boy tasting his first cotton candy to a Ming Dynasty... more...

  • The Book of Fathersby Miklos Vamos; Peter Sherwood

    Other Press 2009; US$ 15.95

    When in 1705 Kornell Csillag's grandfather returns destitute to his native Hungary from exile, he happens across a gold fob-watch gleaming in the mud. The shipwrecked fortunes of the Csillag family suddenly take a new and marvelous turn. The golden watch brings an unexpected gift to the future generations of firstborn sons: clairvoyance. Passed down... more...

  • Beg, Borrow, Stealby Michael Greenberg

    Other Press 2009; US$ 13.99

    In Beg, Borrow, Steal Michael Greenberg regales us with his wry and vivid take on the life of a writer of little means trying to practice his craft or simply stay alive. He finds himself doctoring doomed movie scripts; selling cosmetics from an ironing board in front of a women's department store; writing about golf, a game he has never played; and... more...

  • A Girl's Guide to Modern European Philosophyby Charlotte Greig

    Other Press 2009; US$ 14.95

    Susannah?s official boyfriend, Jason, is the perfect foil for her student lifestyle. He is ten years older, an antiques dealer, and owns a stylish apartment that prevents her from having to live in the seedy digs on campus. This way, she can take her philosophy major very seriously and dabble in the social and sexual freedom of 1970s university life.... more...

  • Appassionataby Eva Hoffman

    Other Press 2009; US$ 13.99

    Selected as one of Oprah.com?s 20 Tantalizing Beach Reads Selected as a New York Times Book Review Editors' Choice Isabel Merton is a renowned concert pianist, whose performances are marked by a rare responsiveness to the complexities of her art, and its intensities of feeling. At the height of her career, she feels increasingly torn between the... more...

  • One Foot Wrongby Sofie Laguna

    Other Press 2009; US$ 12.95

    The stars shine brightest out of the deepest dark . . .? A child is imprisoned in a house by her reclusive, religious parents. Hester Wakefield has never spoken to another child, nor seen the outside world. Her one possession is an illustrated children?s Bible, and its imagery forms the sole basis for her capacity to make poetic, real-life connections.... more...