This is an invaluable, pioneering volume of scholarship on Deaf history and culture. In Our Own Hands: Essays in Deaf... Read More
Book of the Day
This book fearlessly tackles the subject of why and how strong believers willingly embrace even the most deranged leaders.
At Nexus of Independence
35 Years With Classic Comic Character
In 1979, Mike Baron, an aspiring writer and artist, met Steve Rude for the first time. Within a couple of years, they had created their character Nexus—a kind of reluctant cosmic executioner—and embarked on a long, strange career of ups and downs.
Literature's New Evangelists
Ave Maria Press
Everyone's talking about the radical new papacy--but what does that mean if you're a Catholic press? For Ave Maria, it means continuing a mission both educational and ministerial, and highlighting fresh "new evangelical" notions along the way.
5 Tales of Immigrants from Summer 2016
The immigrant’s story is often one of hardship and struggle. New customs and new expectations make their new life difficult, but the promise of a better life is the ultimate reward. Travel from one country to the next with these people.
For the Little Kid in All of Us
Children are never too young to benefit from the wisdom of others, and the rest of us are never too old to learn something new. Enjoy the insights into childhood, education, and parenthood found in our Family & Relationships reviews from Summer 2016.
4 Great Indie Sci-Fi Titles for Summer
This collection of science fiction, all from our Summer 2016 Issue, all take place in a setting very much like ours, with a twist. Whether you find these books bizarre or believable, they’re each an adventure.
Discovering New Voices
New Algonquin Books Editor Brings Storytelling from People magazine
Algonquin Books was founded in 1983 in part to publish work by undiscovered young writers, and the company’s new editorial director, Betsy Gleick, is committed to redoubling the company’s pursuit of talented new voices.
5 Lives Worth Reliving From Summer 2016
Other people’s lives can be fascinating. We can learn from their hard-earned wisdom, marvel at their achievements. These five lives, featured in our Summer 2016 edition, are worth reliving.
6 Best YA Books of Summer 2016
It’s old news by now that readers of all ages are unabashedly enjoying books aimed at young adults. However you interpret the trend, the one thing that can be agreed upon is that the popularity of YA is good for libraries. They fly off the shelves.
Smith’s insightful book is an honest and respectful look at the joys, and the costs, one American family... Read More
Vow of Celibacy is a funny and smart exploration of sex, love, and every woman’s road to body-positivity. In Erin... Read More
This thought-provoking and important book shows how people are drawn toward dangerous beliefs. Belief can manifest... Read More
Facts Mission and genres: Genres include “Native studies, history, sports, anthropology and geography, American... Read More
Mexican Journal is a snapshot of a particular moment in North American life, captured from the perspective of an... Read More
In these stories of transformation and self-discovery, a group of debut novelists deliver riveting works with themes... Read More
This disturbing thriller focuses on underground child abuse rings with eerie connections to the real world. In... Read More