All Books

Black Glasses Like Clark Kent

A GI’s Secret from Postwar Japan
Terese Svoboda

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2008

A personal investigation into the a US prison camp during the Japanese occupation after World War II

The Black Interior

Elizabeth Alexander

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2004

"Elizabeth Alexander is one of the brightest stars in our literary sky . . . a superb, invaluable commentator on the American scene."—Arnold Rampersad

Blackacre

Poems
Monica Youn

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2016

The brilliant new collection by Monica Youn following Ignatz, a finalist for the National Book Award

Blackass

A Novel
A. Igoni Barrett

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2016

A Kafkaesque satire set in contemporary Lagos, by “a major talent” (Teju Cole)

Blackboard

A Personal History of the Classroom
Lewis Buzbee

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2014
A captivating meditation on education from the author of The Yellow-Lighted Bookshop

Blind Huber

Poems
Nick Flynn

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2002

Award-winning poet Nick Flynn takes readers into the dangerous and irresistible center of the hive

Blood Lyrics

Poems
Katie Ford

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2014
“Katie Ford’s is a finely-wrought lyrical beauty, a poetry of detail and care, but she has set it within an epic arc.”—Poetry

Blue Front

Poems
Martha Collins

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2006

The stunning account of racism, mob violence, and cultural blame as rendered by poet Martha Collins

The Boat of Quiet Hours

Jane Kenyon

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1986

"These poems surprise beauty at every turn and capture truth at its familiar New England slant."—New York Times Book Review

Body Language

Writers on Sport
Gerald Early, Editor

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1998
Thirteen writers contribute to the Graywolf Forum on humanity's enduring obsession with sports

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