The Stars, the Snow, the Fire

Twenty-Five Years in the Alaska Wilderness
John Haines



A wilderness classic, in which the quintessential Alaskan frontiersman relates his experiences from over twenty years as a homesteader

Stranger to History

A Son's Journey through Islamic Lands
Aatish Taseer



“Indispensable reading for anyone who wants a wider understanding of the Islamic world, of its history and its politics.”—Financial Times

Thrill Me

Essays on Fiction
Benjamin Percy



Bold new essays on how to craft a thrilling read—in any genre—from the best-selling author of The Dead Lands

Tolstoy's Dictaphone

Technology and the Muse
Edited by Sven Birkerts



"Ultimately, these poets, novelists, editors, artists, and teachers raise fundamental questions regarding values, and challenge us to discard the toxic in electronic fare and embrace the life-enhancing."—Publishers Weekly

Turning Life into Fiction

Robin Hemley



A highly entertaining and indispensable manual on how to write good fiction

Twenty Poems That Could Save America and Other Essays

Tony Hoagland


A fearless, wide-ranging book on the state of poetry and American literary culture by Tony Hoagland, author of What Narcissism Means to Me

Vanishing Point

Not a Memoir
Ander Monson



An adventurous exploration of the "I" in American culture, by the author of Neck Deep and Other Predicaments

The Virtues of Poetry

James Longenbach



An illuminating look at the many forms of poetry’s essential excellence by James Longenbach, a writer with “an ear as subtle and assured as any American poet now writing”—John Koethe

The Winter Sun

Notes on a Vocation
Fanny Howe



A beautiful and long-awaited memoir by one of America's most celebrated and unclassifiable poets

The Yellow-Lighted Bookshop

A Memoir, a History
Lewis Buzbee



"I cannot remember when I have read a book with such delight."—Paul Yamazaki, City Lights Bookstore


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