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Take This
Take This (July 2015)
A Novel
Steven Lewis - Author

One man’s always humbling and sometimes humorous path to forgiveness and redemption.

Take This, a tight cinematic narrative, follows the journey of a recently divorced and dispirited sixty-year-old psychotherapist, Robert Tevis, traveling in a Winnebago from his former home in upstate New York, eventually ending up in Costa Rica.

“Oh, the complications of love, ma...(Read More)
 
 
Dancing with Diana
Dancing with Diana (June 2015)
A Novel
Jo Salas - Author

A bright young man with cerebral palsy has his destiny intertwined with Princess Diana’s.

Visiting a school for disabled boys, the future Princess Diana singles out wheelchair-bound Alex to dance with—a five-minute encounter that colors the rest of his life, though quickly forgotten by her. Alex, a survivor of severe school bullying, thinks constantly of the tall girl with blue eyes—until one d...(Read More)
 
 
Spiridion
Spiridion (May 2015)
George Sand - Author
Patricia J. F. Worth - Translator

An abbot’s ghost searches for an intelligent monk to exhume his manuscript from a hellish crypt and learn the truth that monks lack two things: freedom of inquiry and benevolence.

Both Gothic and philosophical, Spiridion tells the story of a young novice, Angel, who finds himself cruelly ostracized by his monastic superiors and terrified by the ghostly visits of his monastery’s founder, the ab...(Read More)
 
 
Bricktop's Paris
Bricktop's Paris (February 2015)
African American Women in Paris between the Two World Wars
T. Denean Sharpley-Whiting - Author

2015 CHOICE Outstanding Academic Title

LONGLISTED - 2015 American Library in Paris Book Award, presented by the American Library in Paris


Tells the fascinating story of African American women who traveled to France to seek freedom of expression.

During the Jazz Age, France became a place where an African American woman could realize...(Read More)
 
 
Shipwrecked on a Traffic Island
Shipwrecked on a Traffic Island (November 2014)
And Other Previously Untranslated Gems
Colette - Author
Zack Rogow - Translator
Renée Morel - Translator

A collection of Colette’s best writings that have never before appeared in English.

The French writer Colette (1873–1954) is best known in the United States for such classic novels as Gigi and Cheri, which were made into popular movies, but she was a prolific author. This meticulously translated collection offers some of her best fiction, personal essays, articles, and talks, all appea...(Read More)
 
 
The Glory and Other Stories
The Glory and Other Stories (September 2014)
Rosanne Weston - Author

Eight intimate stories that speak to the spiritual question of what matters in life.

This collection of stories presents characters drawn with such depth and detail that you will swear you met them somewhere before. The self-described “old maid” who marries at 73. The high school principal who sees his orderly existence upended by a new colleague. The middle-aged, divorced woman who has a series of dre...(Read More)
 
 
The Truth and Legend of Lily Martindale
The Truth and Legend of Lily Martindale (April 2014)
An Adirondack Novel
Mary Sanders Shartle - Author

2015 Adirondack Literary Award - Best Novel, presented by Adirondack Center for Writing

2015 People’s Choice Award, presented by Adirondack Center for Writing

SHORTLISTED: 2014 Editor’s Choice Prize in Fiction, presented by Foreword

GOLD MEDALIST - 2015 Independent Publisher Book Awards in the U.S. North-East - Best Regional  Fiction Ca...(Read More)
 
 
No Longer and Not Yet
No Longer and Not Yet (March 2014)
Stories
Joanna Clapps Herman - Author

Stories of small-town life on the Upper West Side of Manhattan.

The stories in No Longer and Not Yet look at the ways our lives are lived in the split seconds between what is no longer but is still not yet. Most take place on Manhattan’s iconic Upper West Side, in the shops, hallways, and parks that reveal this well-known “big city” neighborhood for the tiny, even backwater village it mo...(Read More)
 
 
Lost Orchard
Lost Orchard (January 2014)
Prose and Poetry from the Kirkland College Community
Jo Pitkin - Editor

FINALIST - 2014 Next Generation Indie Book Awards in the Anthology category

A unique literary anthology with contributions from former members of Kirkland College, the last established women’s college in the United States.

A collection of poems, short stories, novel excerpts, creative nonfiction essays, and one-act plays by Kirkland College alumnae, faculty, and adminis...(Read More)
 
 
Nature of the Beast
Nature of the Beast (January 2014)
An Easy Taylor Mystery
Roland Keller - Author

While searching for a missing pit bull, private investigator Easy Taylor explores the unsavory worlds of animal laboratory testing and dog fighting, uncovering bizarre genetic testing that alters the nature of beasts.

Since losing his job and its regular paycheck at an Albany investigative firm, life for private investigator Edward Zachery Taylor, known as Easy, is going downhill. In business for himself—wit...(Read More)
 
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