California’s noir quotient continues to rise with Oakland Noir, which reveals all the dark complexities of this increasingly prominent city.
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Founding member of world-famous rock band Nirvana offers a personal and political memoir.
Mike Farrell’s gripping and often hilarious book tour memoir provides a framework for grassroots civic engagement.
Kobbé’s hilarious social novel centers on a comically failed business venture on the island of Anguilla, brilliantly echoing A Confederacy of Dunces and Herman Wouk’s Don’t Stop the Carnival.
Kapralov’s work revolves around his years living and working as an artist in New York’s East Village in the late 1960s and early 1970s.
You may be disturbed—or possibly titillated—to discover what can happen once you cross the Orange Curtain . . .
Informed by firsthand experience on the battlefronts of Iraq and Syria, Abdoh captures the horror, confusion, and absurdity of combat from a seldom-glimpsed perspective that expands our understanding of the war novel.