An intimate novella of love and loss wrought from the cultural underground, perfectly expressed in an inventive object that rediscovers the magical possibilities of the book.
Catalog Tag: New York
Joyce Carol Oates, Lawrence Block, and others present original stories from the dark side of New York’s second biggest city.
City Mouse is an irresistible debut that examines what it means to find your place, revealing unspoken truths about motherhood, friendship, and the thorny pursuit to have it all.
A doorman at a posh apartment building gets lost in the mean New York City streets, battling his demons as he searches for life’s higher meaning.
The American debut novel by the winner of the National Book Award of the Philippines.
Do Something for Nothing: Seeing Beneath the Surface of Homelessness through the Simple Act of a Haircut
Through the simple act of a haircut, readers are taken on a geographical and emotional journey into the lives of humans experiencing homelessness in different cities across the world.
Half-sisters Kara and Alex—one the biracial product of foster care, the other of dysfunctional privilege—struggle for redemption and forgiveness.
Fifteen-year-old Ian Daly’s moral universe is turned upside down when, at his father’s funeral, he discovers that his father had two secret families.
Between these covers, Long Island emerges as a region far more complex and sinister than merely a playground for the rich and famous.
American-born artist Chris is forced to reconsider his conception of family during a visit to his mother’s Caribbean homeland.