Salonica TerminusFront Cover
Salonica Terminus
By Fred A. Reed

In his extensive travels in the Balkans, Reed encounters a landscape inscribed with a shocking testimony of ethno-racialist aspirations.

$24.95 | 272 pages | Pub. Date: 1996
6.00 W × 9.00 H × 1 D inches
Non-Fiction | Backlist | Bisac: TRV012000
ISBN 13: 9780889223684 | Rights: WORLD

Shattered ImagesFront Cover
Shattered Images
By Fred A. Reed

Discusses all of the major Islamic faiths in its search for the origins of contemporary fundamentalist movements.

$19.95 | 260 pages | Pub. Date: 2003
6.00 W × 9.00 H × 1 D inches
Non-Fiction | Backlist | Bisac: REL037010
ISBN 13: 9780889224858 | Rights: WORLD

Signs of LiteratureFront Cover
Signs of Literature
By Kenneth James Hughes

The history of language as a made thing – a linguistic and structuralist primer.

$24.95 | 232 pages | Pub. Date: 1986
6.00 W × 9.00 H × 1 D inches
Non-Fiction | Backlist | Bisac: LIT004080
ISBN 13: 9780889222366 | Rights: WORLD

Strange ComfortFront Cover
Strange Comfort
By Sherrill Grace
Preface by Richard J. Lane

Strange Comfort collects the best of Sherrill Grace’s many published essays on the novelist and writer Malcolm Lowry.

$19.95 | 224 pages | Pub. Date: 2009 | Edition # 1
6.00 W × 9.00 H × 0.5 D inches
Non-Fiction | Backlist | Bisac: LIT004080
ISBN 13: 9780889226180 | Rights: WORLD

Studies in DescriptionFront Cover
Studies in Description
By Carl Peters

Difficult writing has its way of illuminating the part of the world that counts. One such difficult text is Gertrude Stein’s highly experimental Tender Buttons: objects, food, rooms – long considered the single most groundbreaking literary work of twentieth-century art, literary criticism, and art history. In the centennial year of its publication, Carl Peters offers a sustained reading of the 1914 edition, responding to the eccentric sounds and rhythms of this long prose-poem with annotations that bring understanding, in particular, to the composition’s syntax, which is noted for its defiance of conventional norms.

$18.95 | 408 pages | Pub. Date: 2016
7.5 W × 5.5 H × 1 D inches
Non-Fiction | Backlist | Bisac: LIT014000
ISBN 13: 9780889229617 | Rights: WORLD

Subject to ChangeFront Cover
Subject to Change
By Renee Rodin

Composed of autobiographical stories that sketch the resonant heights and depths of a memoir, Subject to Change is a series of self-portraits along the road of a life well-lived. Each story is an articulate, intelligent, passionate record of how an encounter with a significant “other,” be it a parent, a lover, a neighbor, a child, a grandchild, a politician, or a friend, has changed and shaped the humanity, character, and community—the “subject”—of the writer. What makes this book such a great read is Renee Rodin’s masterful ability to show the reader that things we usually think of as too ordinary to talk about or too extraordinary to be able to communicate to others are often the most formative elements of our social lives.

$18.95 | 160 pages | Pub. Date: 2010 | Edition # 1
5.50 W × 8.50 H × 1 D inches
Non-Fiction | Backlist | Bisac: BIO001000
ISBN 13: 9780889226449 | Rights: WORLD