“Compass Lines is a stunning travelogue and memoir about culture, travel, employment, searching for life’s meaning, and, especially, searching for home and family.”
Author David Von Drehle didn’t go looking for Charlie White. He simply had the good luck to move next to Charlie who, when Von Drehle met him in 2007, was 102 years old.
“Draycott gives a careful, clear history that presents the historical facts as best determined from the very incomplete and prejudiced fragmentary Roman sources.
“Art & Crime goes beyond just bringing ‘into focus just how far apart are theory and reality in the art world’ by outlining the scope and types of fraud and theft but also prov
“What is clear from Weil’s book is that history is not just a result of impersonal forces acting upon human decisions.
“Through her own compelling personal story, Patrick's book will certainly illuminate an aspect of depression that is still little known and understood.”
“for anyone wanting to truly understand the historical basis for economic globalization and how it has evolved past some of the major economic crises of the last two centuries, it offers va
Gender by Travis Alabanza is one of a series of books commissioned by Tate Publishing and Tate Britain ahead of the rehang of Tate Britain’s collection in 2023.
Feminism by Bernadine Evaristo is one of a series of books commissioned by Tate Publishing and Tate Britain ahead of the rehang of Tate Britain’s collection in 2023.
“Don’t Call It Hair Metal is a loving paean to a halcyon time in hard-rock history.”
This book collects articles and essays written by Michael Peppiatt, one of Europe’s leading art critics, across the span of his career.
“McManus provides an infantryman’s view of warfare at its dirtiest and bleakest.”
“Sandeep Jauhar is an author and physician who writes about the brain while caring deeply about the heart.”
“A nuanced, absorbing, and perhaps definitive story of the last weeks of World War II.”
Japan was unwilling to surrender.
The canon of queer cinema has exploded over the past half-century. There are excellent films from all countries that allow such films to be made.
"A solid introduction to a complicated history and a good model for innovative uses of graphics to make history come alive."
“As war rages in Eastern Europe and war clouds gather in the western Pacific, The New Makers of Modern Strategy is especially timely and relevant to today’s world.”
“Aundi Kolber’s Strong Like Water is an excellent resource for Christians, and those who don’t mind Christian theology, to find greater compassion for themselves and others . .
“Ramesses the Great is an authoritative work by one of the great authorities on the subject of Ancient Egypt.”
“Like the Dadaist project upon which its members originally drew, Black Mask proposed the complete ruination of bourgeois culture.”
“provides a wonderful balance of narrative history with personal recollections, examining both sides . . .
Everything That Rises is two powerful stories in one.
“This lush book is beautiful to look at but also very easy to use.”
“If by chance you do not enjoy this book, you can always send used copies to Florida school districts.”
Tapas—delicious tidbits served on tiny dishes that originally served as lids for glasses of wine or sherry—are meant to be just two mouthfuls and were until recently free for those ordering spirits