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  • 100 Neo-Futurist Plays From Too Much Light Makes the Baby Go Blind (30 Plays in 60 Minutes)by The Neo-Futurists

    Agate Publishing 2011; US$ 12.00

    A reissue of the first book of short plays from The Neo-Futurists' long-running late night show "Too Much Light Makes the Baby Go Blind." more...

  • Ingratitudeby erin Khuê Khuê Ninh

    NYU Press 2011; US$ 89.00

    Anger and bitterness tend to pervade narratives written by second generation Asian American daughters, despite their largely unremarkable upbringings. In Ingratitude , erin Khuê Ninh explores this apparent paradox, locating in the origins of these women’s maddeningly immaterial suffering not only racial hegemonies but also the structure of... more...

  • Demands of the Deadby Katy Ryan

    University of Iowa Press 2012; US$ 39.95

    The first work to combine literary criticism with other forms of death penalty–abolitionist writing, Demands of the Dead demonstrates the active importance of literature and literary criticism to the struggle for greater justice in the United States. Gathering personal essays, scholarly articles, and creative writings on the death penalty... more...

  • OH, WILD WEST!by Culture Clash

    Theatre Communications Group 2011; US$ 16.95

    The history of California, according to Culture Clash. more...

  • What Book!?by Gary Gach; Peter Coyote

    Parallax Press 2009; US$ 6.99

    What Book!? is a lively anthology of modern mindful poetry, featuring 330 selections from 125 contributors. Also included are "mind-writing exercises" by Allen Ginsberg and a meditation by Thich Nhat Hanh. Themes include love, nature, pacifism and violence, the avant-garde, family, silence, and song. The contents include original work and translations;... more...

  • The Sovereignty of Quietby Kevin Everod Quashie

    Rutgers University Press 2012; US$ 25.95

    African American culture is often considered expressive, dramatic, and even defiant, and this matrix has dominated our understanding of black communities and texts. In The Sovereignty of Quiet , Kevin Quashie explores how a different kind of expressiveness, from protests to readings to landmark texts, as represented in the idea of quiet could change... more...

  • The Fugitive Poetsby William Pratt

    J.S. Sanders books 1991; US$ 16.99

    The indispensable anthology of poetry from the Fugitive group, this collection chronicles the impact of literary modernism on these Southern poets as their region took a ?backward glance? before coming to terms with the modern world. Southern Classics Series. more...

  • Plays from New River 2by M.Z. Ribalow

    McFarland & Company, Inc., Publishers 2012; US$ 35.00

    This is the second volume of Plays from New River, showcasing a place where gifted writers of plays and screenplays are paid and nurtured to write whatever they most want to write. These three very different plays are among the results. Mark Eisman's Feasting on Cardigans explores with whimsical humor a pair of dedicated exterminators and the emotional... more...

  • Poets of Fleet Streetby Ted Harriott; John Bull

    Andrews UK 2012; US$ 9.49

    Peer Confesses,Bishop Undresses,Torso Wrapped in Rug,Girl Guide Throttled,Baronet Bottled,J.P. Goes to Jug.Fleet Street is perhaps hardly a place you would associate with poetry, but when Ted Harriott and John Bull started asking around, they were surprised by how many ‘closet poets’ they unearthed among their newspaper colleagues. Some,... more...

  • Blurring the Boundariesby B.J. Hollars

    UNP - Nebraska Paperback 2013; US$ 30.00

    Contemporary discussions on nonfiction are often riddled with questions about the boundaries between truth and memory, honesty and artifice, facts and lies.  Just how much truth is in nonfiction?  How much is a lie? Blurring the Boundaries sets out to answer such questions while simultaneously exploring the limits of the form. This collection... more...