Design and production management for publishers and self-publishers. Current clients include Copper Canyon Press, Berrett-Koehler Publishers, Counterpoint, West Chester University Poetry Center, American Poetry Review. Deep experience in publishing, printing, prepress, multilingual titles, 4-color printing. Author and publisher of Bookbuilder's Almanac.
Build beautiful books with help from Bookbuilder's Almanac, an idea book of typefaces and calibrated examples demonstrating the strengths and limitations of digital printing for print-on-demand books. Authors, self-publishers, and designers should have this book as a tool to evaluate which typefaces and techniques yield the best results. Publishers and editors should have this book to aid deci... read more
"There are few great poets alive at any one time, and W.S. Merwin is one of them. Read him." —The Guardian"There are few great poets alive at any one time, and W.S. Merwin is one of them. Read him." —The Guardian"Merwin has attained a transcendent and transformative elevation of beaming perception, exquisite balance, and clarifying beauty." —Booklist, starred review of The Moon before Morning ... read more
Honored in "Best Books of the Year" listings from The New Yorker, National Public Radio, Library Journal, and The Huffington Post."One With Others represents Wright's most audacious experiment yet."—The New Yorker"[A] book . . . that defies description and discovers a powerful mode of its own."— National Public Radio"[A] searing dissection of hate crimes and their malignant legacy."—BooklistTo... read more
Shocking Bestseller: The original version of this astonishing tell-all book spent 73 weeks on the New York Times bestseller list, has sold more than 1.25 million copies, and has been translated into 32 languages. New Revelations: Featuring 15 explosive new chapters, this expanded edition of Perkins's classic bestseller brings the story of economic hit men (EHMs) up to date and, chillingly, hom... read more
The first section of A Trackless Path is a thoughtful introduction to the text and McLeod's relationship with it; the second is his beautiful and evocative translation of an ancient poem on dzogchen; the third and main part of the book is his thoughtful commentary through which he illuminates the meaning of the poem, verse by verse. McLeod is clearly writing (and writing clearly) for the seeke... read more
Jim Harrison's final book of poems, published only a few months before his death[Jim Harrison] is still close to the source Dead Man's Float is, as its title would suggest, a flinty and psalmist look at mortality and wonder.”Los Angeles Times”Mr. Harrison’s novels and poems over the last two decades have been increasingly preoccupied with mortality, never so much as in Dead Man’s Float, his ... read more
Karen E. Bender burst on to the literary scene a decade ago with her luminous first novel, Like Normal People, which garnered remarkable acclaim.A Town of Empty Rooms presents the story of Serena and Dan Shine, estranged from one another as they separately grieve over the recent loss of Serena’s father and Dan’s older brother. Serena’s actions cause the couple and their two small children to b... read more
Two sisters look for independence and love in late nineteenth century DenmarkEmilie Hansen, called Nik by her family, is a fourteen-year-old tomboy who spends her time dreaming and fossilizing on the nearby island of Fur, a geologic marvel. Her older sister, Maj, is studying to be a teacher and starting to entertain ideas of women’s rights introduced by her Swedish friend, Eva Sandström. Both ... read more
"A travel writer with a cult following."—The New York Times "There are very few westerners who could successfully cover so much territory in China, but Porter pulls it off. Finding Them Gone uniquely draws upon his parallel careers as a translator and a travel writer in ways that his previous books have not. A lifetime devoted to understanding Chinese culture and spirituality blossoms within i... read more
NEW EDITION, REVISED AND UPDATEDNearly two years after the economic meltdown, joblessness and foreclosures are still endemic, Wall Street executives are once again getting massive bonuses, and our leaders in Washington lack the will to make desperately needed fundamental changes to the economy. Change will have to come from below. Agenda for a New Economy is the handbook for that revolution. I... read more
Originally published more than twenty years ago and winner of a Lambda Literary Award, Paris Was a Woman is a rare profile of the female literati in Paris at the turn of the century. Now with a new preface and illustrations, this "scrapbook" of their work—along with Andrea Weiss' lively commentary—highlights the political, social, and artistic lives of the renowned lesbian and bisexual Moderni... read more
Korea's premier poet, the former Buddhist monk Ko Un, presents 108 Zen poems. Ko Un, who is affectionately called "the great mountain peak" by his friends, is a traveler on the Way. Throughout his eventful life as monk, poet, novelist, political dissident, husband and father, Ko Un has dashed like a galloping horse, always moving and searching.When this volume first appeared in 1997 with the t... read more
In Thundering Silence Thich Nhat Hanh presents the early teachings of the Buddha on not becoming so attached to his teachings that we don’t see reality clearly anymore and become stuck in notions and ideologies, however noble they may be. These teachings can liberate us from the prisons of our mental constructions and allow us to enjoy life fully and be a resource for others. Near the end of h... read more
"[A] well-defined, important primer on Latin American poetics."—Booklist"When we read a book we put it in front of our eyes, not behind them, which is to say, more or less, that we open ourselves to a dimension of our future."—Raúl Zurita, from the introductionThis intensely focused bilingual anthology pinpoints the heart of Latin American self-identification. In selecting these fifteen essent... read more
Molly Caro May grew up as part of a nomadic family, one proud of their international sensibilities, a tribe that never settled in one place for very long. Growing up moving from foreign country to foreign country, just like her father and grandfather, she became attached to her identity as a global woman from nowhere. But, with Molly on the verge of turning thirty years old, everything changes... read more
Authentic Conversations takes a radical new look at the potentially transformational role of workplace conversations. Through over twenty-five years of work as organizational consultants, Maren and James Showkier have discovered that conversation has the power to create, sustain or change organizational culture. But much of the time the kind of organizational culture these conversations sustai... read more
Based on his 25 years of experience, Polak explodes what he calls the ""Three Great Poverty Eradication Myths"": that we can donate people out of poverty, that national economic growth will end poverty, and that Big Business, operating as it does now, will end poverty. Polak shows that programs based on these ideas have utterly failed--in fact, in sub-Saharan Africa poverty rates have actually... read more
Geared toward sophisticated and savvy travelers who generally avoid swarms of tourists, this extraordinary guidebook documents the real Caribbean vacation. Completely revised from its previous edition, it boasts improved maps and more easily navigable information on hotels, restaurants, bars, and beaches, going beyond the t-shirt stalls of Ochos Rios, the casinos in St. Maarten, the all-inclus... read more
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