An east to west voyage seen through the eyes of an 11-year-old boy.
Eight short stories reveal historic and contemporary Bulgaria.
Killing the Fat Lady of Literary Deconstructionism
Marriages, deaths, and war: the al-Jawad family saga concludes in the final book of the Cairo Trilogy.
A gripping tale of the evils of a complacent society and a fight for redemption against the tribulations of intolerance.
Nobel Prize winner's new novel describes life in a Soviet labor camp
The novellas, short stories, and poems of Dadaoism celebrate the provocateurs and poets who are "always writing with words but never writing the word itself."
New release Helen Keller in Love — focusing on Keller's romantic entanglement at age 37 — is sure to provoke controversy.
A collection that celebrates stillness and reflection, man's relationship with his environment, and the simultaneous beauty and pathos in each moment.
The Second Tour explores the full range of the human condition, from ultimate altruism to ultimate evil.