Lisa Guidarini is Librarian Advisor at Rowman & Littlefield Publishing Group. She is also a writer, editor, and a reviewer for such publications as Library Journal and Booklist. She is contracted with the Chicago Tribune Media Group.
“A professor of English at Rutgers with a specialty in the history of the book, Leah Price has encyclopedic knowledge.
“The writing is brilliant, building from a deceptively plain beginning few paragraphs to sophisticated prose that leaps off the page.”
“The Orphan of the Salt Winds is a gothic novel both because of its sinister setting—an old, remote house filled with secrets and surrounded by danger—and a heavy
“educates and moves, deftly juggling fact and fiction.”
Irish novelist Edna O’Brien does not shy away from controversial issues.
Nobel Laureate Kenzaburo Oe brings the novelist career of his literary alter-ego, Kogito Choko, to a close with the publication of his new novel, the most recent in the series, Death by Water
“. . . outrageously wonderful. . . . a love song to literature, a joy.”