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The Acrobat by Edward J. Delaney
Award-winning fiction writer Ted Delaney takes on the elusive character of Cary Grant, from his start in English vaudeville to his turbulent journeys of self-exploration in LSD therapy. Ships now.

Psalm to Whom(e) by Diane Glancy
This pathbreaking mix of poetry and personal narrative winds through Texas and Kansas as it considers the relationship between place and faith; language and patterns of thought; the need for movement, stability, and inner exploration; and the search for home. Ships now.

Just the Thing: Selected Letters of James Schuyler, 1951-1991, Revised Anniversary Edition, edited by William Corbett
This fully updated edition of the legendary poet’s letters to intimates like John Ashbery, Alex Katz, Kenneth Koch, Ron Padgett, Joe Brainard, and many more, published on the 100th anniversary of his birth, offers unparalleled insights into the lives, friendships, and sensibilities that sprang from the influential New York School. Ships now.

Taken by the Shawnee by Sallie Bingham
A most unusual fictional portrait of early America based on a rare family document, in which a young mother’s years in captivity with the Shawnee prove to be the best years of her life. Ships in Spring 2024.

The Autobiography of Indra B. Tamang by Romy Ashby and Indra B. Tamang
A young Nepalese man’s globe-spanning relationship with an American surrealist over three decades changes the course of his life, his fortune, and his sense of family and home. Ships in Summer 2024.

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