Paavo Wolfe owns Were Wolfes Books, the place to go for Lake Superiors horror book and movie aficionados. His best friend, Stacey, own Lotions and Potions next door. When a wolf attacks two of Staceys employees, against all reason, they begin to suspect... (read more)
Karen Joy Fowler
Congratulations to Natasha Trethewey, our 19th U.S. poet laureate!
Included on The Christian Science Monitor's list of 2013's top 15 works of fiction The New York Times bestselling author of The Jane Austen Book Club introduces a middle-class American family, ordinary in every way but one Meet the Cooke family... (read more)
Trethewey is the nation's first laureate to hail from the South since 1986, when Robert Penn Warren was named the first U.S. poet laureate by the Library of Congress. She is also Mississippi's top poet and will be the first person to serve simultaneously as poet laureate for a state and for the nation at large. Natasha's collection of poems Native Guard
won the Pulitzer Prize for Poetry in 2007.
The year is 1870, and Fool's Crow, so called after he killed the chief of the Crows during a raid, has a vision at the annual Sun Dance ceremony. The young warrior sees the end of the Indian way of life and the choice that must be made: resistance or... (read more)
Pepper has been hopelessly in love with her best friend's brother, Hunter, for, like, ever. He's the key to everything she's always craved: security, stability, family. But she needs Hunter to notice her as more than just a friend. Even though she's... (read more)
Ralph Roberts has a problem: he isn't sleeping so well these days. In fact, he's hardly sleeping at all. Each morning, the news conveyed by the bedside clock is a little worse: 3:15...3:02...2:45...2:15. The books call it "premature waking"; Ralph, who... (read more)
A vividly original literary novel based on the astounding true-life story of Laura Bridgman, the first deaf and blind person who learned language and blazed a trail for Helen Keller.
At age two, Laura Bridgman lost four of her five senses to scarlet... (read more)
The Wildside Press edition includes the complete 1876 text of the collection The Man-Wolf and Other Tales and adds four additional stories: The Invisible Eye, The Murderer's Violin, The Spider of Guyana, and The White and Black. Emile Erckmann (1822-99... (read more)
IPPIE Award Gold medal for Best Poetry Book, Best Books" National Poetry Book of the Year (finalist) and containing poems that have won national recognition including the Eppie award for Best Poetry, Milford Fine Arts Council National Poetry Contest... (read more)