A New York Timesbestselling collection of Longmire adventures Ten years ago, Craig Johnson wrote his first short story, the Hillerman Awardwinning Old Indian Trick.” This was one of the earliest appearances of the sheriff... (read more)
Congratulations to Natasha Trethewey, our 19th U.S. poet laureate!
An intelligent yet playful look at some of the most teasing and mystifying puzzles in poetry -- a delightful addition to any poetry-lover's shelf. Part of the pleasure of poetry is unravelling the mysteries and difficulties... (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.
“Langan has a sharp eye for the small vivid details of American life, and her characters are utterly believable. Reminiscent of early Stephen King, this is not for the squeemish” London... (read more)
When Detective Gabriella Versado finds the strange deer-boy body, she's on the case, and her daughter Layla is on her own adventure! An immensely enjoyable, fast-paced, super-scarey read. Unforgettable characters are vividly portrayed in a Detroit city... (read more)
A new Scourge on the hunt! They entered the Witness Protection Program in the hopes of leading new lives. Now, their pasts are catching up with them. As the body count rises, Captain America must contend with a vicious new killer wearing the demonic... (read more)
New York Times bestselling author Christina Dodd builds worlds filled with suspense, romance, and adventure and creates the most distinctive characters in fiction today. Her fifty novels have been translated into twenty-five languages, featured by... (read more)
Poetry. "Numbers slide promiscuously around in these poems, emboldening the fundamental ways in which we have relations with counting (accounting for): bodies, monies, words, selves. Kalleberg's work embodies a science of many, and the indivisible hangs... (read more)
Homer was probably born around 725BC on the Coast of Asia Minor, now the coast of Turkey, but then really a part of Greece. Homer was the first Greek writer whose work survives. He was one of a long line of bards, or poets, who worked in the oral... (read more)