Nonfiction

The Grey Album

On the Blackness of Blackness
Kevin Young

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2012

The first work of prose by the brilliant poet Kevin Young, winner of the Graywolf Press Nonfiction Prize

The Half-Known World

On Writing Fiction
Robert Boswell

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2008

A series of practical tips for the serious writer by Robert Boswell, "one of America's finest writers"—Tom Perrotta

Halls of Fame

Essays
John D'Agata

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2003

Halls of Fame, described by Publishers Weekly as "the cutting edge of literature," is now available in paperback

The House of the Pain of Others

Chronicle of a Small Genocide
Julián Herbert; Translated from the Spanish by Christina MacSweeney

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2019

A brilliant work of historical excavation with profound echoes in an age redolent with violence and xenophobia
 

A Hundred White Daffodils

Essays, Interviews, The Akhmatova Translations, Newspaper Columns, and One Poem
Jane Kenyon

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2000

Including an introduction by Jane Kenyon's husband and fellow poet, Donald Hall, and a bibliography of her publications, A Hundred White Daffodils is a gift to all those devoted to her poetry

I Just Lately Started Buying Wings

Missives from the Other Side of Silence
Kim Dana Kupperman

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2010

A finely crafted debut, winner of the 2009 Bakeless Nonfiction Prize

If You Want to Write

A Book about Art, Independence and Spirit
Brenda Ueland; New Introduction by Andrei Codrescu

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2007

A bestselling classic book on how to write with over 280,000 copies sold.

In Search of Civilization

Remaking a Tarnished Idea
John Armstrong

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2011

A self-effacing, humane and unparanoid call to change our wealthy yet often barbaric world for the better.

Interview with a Ghost

Tom Sleigh

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2006

The first book of critical prose by a poet whose writing "refuses to cut emotional corners and yet achieves a sense of lyric absolution"—Seamus Heaney

Jack and Rochelle

A Holocaust Story of Love and Resistance
Jack and Rochelle Sutin; Edited by Lawrence Sutin

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2008

"A story of heroism and of touching romance in a time of fear and danger."—USA Today

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