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  • A Great Unrecorded Historyby Wendy Moffat

    Farrar, Straus and Giroux 2010; US$ 23.99

    A REVELATORY LOOK AT THE INTIMATE LIFE OF THE GREAT AUTHOR--AND HOW IT SHAPED HIS MOST BE LOVED WORKS With the posthumous publication of his long-suppressed novel Maurice in 1970, E. M. Forster came out as a homosexual-- though that revelation made barely a ripple in his literary reputation. As Wendy Moffat persuasively argues in A Great... more...

  • The Discomfort Zoneby Jonathan Franzen

    Farrar, Straus and Giroux 2010; US$ 14.99

    A New York Times Notable Book of the Year The Discomfort Zone is Jonathan Franzen's tale of growing up, squirming in his own über-sensitive skin, from a "small and fundamentally ridiculous person," into an adult with strong inconvenient passions. Whether he's writing about the explosive dynamics of a Christian youth fellowship in the 1970s,... more...

  • Paperboyby Christopher Fowler

    Transworld 2009; US$ 14.38 US$ 10.79

    Christopher Fowler's memoir captures life in suburban London as it has rarely been seen: through the eyes of a lonely boy who spends his days between the library and the cinema, devouring novels, comics, cereal packets - anything that might reveal a story. Caught between an ever-sensible but exhausted mother and a DIY-obsessed father fighting his... more...

  • Hiding Manby Tracy Daugherty

    St. Martin's Press 2009; US$ 8.99

    In the 1960s Donald Barthelme came to prominence as the leader of the Postmodern movement. He was a fixture at the New Yorker, publishing more than 100 short stories, including such masterpieces as "Me and Miss Mandible," the tale of a thirty-five-year-old sent to elementary school by clerical error, and "A Shower of Gold," in which a sculptor agrees... more...

  • Burning the Daysby James Salter

    Knopf Doubleday Publishing Group 2011; US$ 16.95

    In this brilliant book of recollection, one of America's finest writers re-creates people, places, and events spanning some fifty years, bringing to life an entire era through one man's sensibility. Scenes of love and desire, friendship, ambition, life in foreign cities and New York, are unforgettably rendered here in the unique style for which James... more...

  • Voices of Timeby Eduardo Galeano; Mark Fried

    Henry Holt and Co. 2007; US$ 23.99

    A striking mosaic of memories, observations, and legends that together reveal the author's own story and a grand, compassionate vision of life itself In this kaleidoscope of reflections, renowned South American author Eduardo Galeano ranges widely, from childhood to love, music, plants, fear, indignity, and indignation. In the signal style of his... more...

  • Haunted Heartby Lisa Rogak

    St. Martin's Press 2010; US$ 23.99

    A fascinating look at the life of the author who created such modern classics as Carrie , IT, and The Shining. One of the most prolific and popular authors in the world today, Stephen King has become part of pop culture history. But who is the man behind those tales of horror, grief, and the supernatural? Where do these ideas come from?... more...

  • Revolutionby Deb Olin Unferth

    Henry Holt and Co. 2011; US$ 8.99

    Rising literary star Deb Olin Unferth offers a new twist on the coming-of-age memoir in this utterly unique and captivating story of the year she ran away from college with her Christian boyfriend and followed him to Nicaragua to join the Sandinistas. Despite their earnest commitment to a myriad of revolutionary causes and to each other, the couple... more...

  • Wishing for Snowby Minrose Gwin

    HarperCollins 2011; US$ 11.99

    Inthe tradition of Jeanette Walls? TheGlass Castle and Sara Gruen?s Water for Elephants , novelist Minrose Gwin offers a beautifullycrafted memoir of rediscovering her mother, the mentally ill poet Erin Taylor,after a life of growing up with her in the South. In an intimate, surprising,emotional, and ultimately uplifting journey into her mother?s... more...

  • A Wolf at the Tableby Augusten Burroughs

    St. Martin's Press 2008; US$ 15.99

    "As a little boy, I had a dream that my father had taken me to the woods where there was a dead body. He buried it and told me I must never tell. It was the only thing we'd ever done together as father and son, and I promised not to tell. But unlike most dreams, the memory of this one never left me. And sometimes?I wasn't altogether sure about one... more...