Articles tagged "LIMONOV"

New York Times Notable Books Make Great Gifts

AND Macmillan has 26 of ’em!

1. American Innovations

2. The Assassination of Margaret Thatcher

3. Can’t and Won’t

4. Faithful and Virtuous Night

5. The Laughing Monsters

6. Lila

7.  The Poetry of Derek Walcott 1948-2013

8. Song of the Shank

9. 10:04

10. American Mirror

11. Being Mortal

12. Can’t We Talk About Something More Pleasant

13. Deep Down Dark

14. The Empathy Exams

15. The Fame Lunches

16. Geek Sublime

17.  Hotel Florida

18.  Limonov

19.  No Good Men Among the Living

20.  On Immunity

21.  100 Essays I Don’t Have Time to Write

22. PRO

23. The Sixth Extinction

24. The Trip to Echo Spring

25. My Struggle: Book 3 (our edition is coming out in April!)

26.  On the Run (our edition is coming out in April!)

PW’s Best Books of 2014

We did it again. Macmillan rocked PW’s 2014 Best Books list!

ON IMMUNITY: An Inoculation by Eula Biss

“Biss advocates eloquently for childhood immunization, making her case as an anxious new mother intent on protecting her son—and understanding the consequences … Biss frankly and optimistically looks at our ‘unkempt’ world and our shared mission to protect one another.”–Publishers Weekly, starred review

ON IMMUNITY is also among Kirkus’s 10 Nonfiction Books You’ll Be Hearing About This Fall!

LIMONOV by Emmanuel Carrère, trans. from the French by John Lambert

“This deft, timely translation of French writer and filmmaker Carrère’s sparkling 2011 biography of Edward Limonov is an enthralling portrait of a man and his times…In this astute, witty account, Limonov has found his ideal biographer. There are few more enjoyable descriptions of Russia today.”Publishers Weekly, starred review

THE EMPATHY EXAMS: Essays by Leslie Jamison

“A heady and unsparing examination of pain and how it allows us to understand others, and ourselves…. Jamison is ever-probing and always sensitive. Reporting is never the point; instead, her observations of people, reality TV, music, film, and literature serve as a starting point for unconventional metaphysical inquiries into poverty, tourism, prison time, random acts of violence, abortion, HBO’s Girls, bad romance, and stereotypes of the damaged woman artist.”–Publishers Weekly, starred and boxed review

DEEP DOWN DARK:The Untold Stories of 33 Men Buried in a Chilean Mine, and the Miracle That Set Them Free by Héctor Tobar

“Tobar…compassionately recounts the miners’ personal histories, experiences during the 17 days they were without outside contact, extended rescue, and the drama above ground with the families… Rich in local color, this is a sensitive, suspenseful rendering of a legendary story.”–Publishers Weekly, starred review

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