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The Rome Affair

“Deliciously glamorous, irresistibly romantic and, once started, impossible to put down.” –Hello!

“Karen Swan has made her way into the hearts of romantic fiction fans.” –Toronto Star

Mothers and Other Strangers

“A fascinating look at a unique and fractured parent-child relationship…engaging and tense.” –Kirkus Reviews

"Mesmerizing and quietly revealing, Sorell's memorable novel expertly weaves Elsie's search for answers about her origins with her own journey of healing." –Publishers Weekly

Miss Burma

“Rich and layered, a complex weaving of national and personal trauma “—Kirkus Reviews (starred review)

“Spanning generations and multiple dictators, Craig’s epic novel provides a rich, complex account of Burma and its place within the larger geopolitical theater.”—Publishers Weekly


Hamlet Globe to Globe

Two Years, 193,000 Miles, 197 Countries, One Play

“Sly, witty, and delightful—a glorious Shakespearean romp.”—Kirkus Reviews (starred review)

“With candor, humor, and erudition, English theater director Dromgoole tells [an] incredible story.”—Publishers Weekly


The Rome Affair Cover

The Rome Affair

Karen Swan

Mothers and Other Strangers Cover

Mothers and Other Strangers

Gina Sorell

Miss Burma Cover

Miss Burma

Charmaine Craig

Hamlet Globe to Globe Cover

Hamlet Globe to Globe

Dominic Dromgoole

The Gold Leaf

by Kristen Hall
Illustrated by Matthew Forsythe

A gold leaf appears in the forest. As soon as the animals notice it, each wants it more than anything else in the world. But in their struggle for it,... more

Wild Animals of the South

by Dieter Braun
Translated by Jen Calleja

Famous German illustrator Dieter Braun offers his readers an accurate representation of animals from the southern hemisphere in this gorgeously illustrated volume. Through his beautiful and colorful illustrations, readers will... more

Not One Day

by Anne Garreta
Translated by Emma Ramadan

Not One Day begins with a maxim: 'Not one day without a woman.' What follows is an intimate, erotic, and sometimes bitter recounting of loves and lovers past, breathtakingly written,... more

The Gift

by Barbara Browning

In the midst of Occupy, Barbara Andersen begins spamming people indiscriminately with ukulele covers of sentimental songs. A series of inappropriate intimacies ensues, including an erotically charged correspondence and then... more