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This Woman's Work

Julie Delporte

A profound and personal exploration of the intersections of womanhood, femininity, and creativity. This Woman?s Work is a powerfully raw autobiographical work that asks vital...

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The White Card

Claudia Rankine

A play about the imagined fault line between black and white lives by Claudia Rankine, the author ofCitizenThe White Cardstages a conversation that is...

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The Knowledge Economy

Roberto Mangabeira Unger

Revolutionary account of the transformative potential of the knowledge economyAdam Smith and Karl Marx recognized that the best way to understand the economy is...

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What's in a Name

Ana Luisa Amaral

With the elliptical looping of a butterfly alighting on one’s sleeve, the poems of Ana Luisa Amaral arrive as small hypnotic miracles. Spare and...

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Giraffes on Horseback Salad

Josh Frank, Tim Heidecker

Surrealism meets Hollywood meets film history in this graphic novel, which turns an unproduced script by Salvador Dali into a fantastic comedy starring Groucho,...

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Asja Bakic

Mars showcases a series of unique and twisted universes, where every character is tasked with making sense of their strange reality. One woman will...

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Mitochondrial Night

Ed Bok Lee

Taking mitochondrial DNA as his guide, Lee explores familial and national legacies, and their persistence across shifting boundaries and the erosions of time. In...

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33 Poems

Robert Lax

The American poet Robert Lax belongs to the generation of Thomas Merton, Beat poetry, Abstract Expressionism, and the compositions of John Cage. Yet he...

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King of Joy

Richard Chiem

Named a 2019 Writer to Watch by theLos Angeles Times, Richard Chiem has written a new novel that is equal parts sledgehammer and sweet...

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Wild Milk

Sabrina Orah Mark

Wild Milk is like Borscht Belt meets Leonora Carrington; it's like Donald Barthelme meets Pony Head; it's like the Brothers Grimm meets Beckett in...

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Le pourboire

Philippe Chagnon

« Je n’écoute soudainement plus les conversations autour de la table. Je suis absorbé par le sentiment de culpabilité qui grandit en moi, à...

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eds. Marie-Ève Charron, Marie-Josée Lafortune, Thérèse St-Gelais

Réunissant un important corpus d’œuvres réalisées entre 1970 et aujourd’hui, cette publication analyse les enjeux historiques et actuels des féminismes, en proposant des regards...

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Rimbaud revolution

Frederic Thomas

Essai d’analyse critique, historique et poétique sur la relation entre le « changer la vie » de Rimbaud et le « transformer le monde...

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La femme assise

Clemence Dumas-Cote

Muette, clouée à sa chaise par le livre de photos de Francesca Woodman ouvert sur ses genoux, elle écrit. La femme assise se fissure....

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Little Boy

Lawrence Ferlinghetti

From the famed publisher and poet, author of the million-copy-selling collection A Coney Island of the Mind, his literary last will and testament --...

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What You Have Heard Is True

Carolyn Forché

The powerful story of a young poet who becomes an activist through a trial by fireWhat You Have Heard is True is a devastating,...

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Sheila Heti

A daring, funny, and poignant novel about the desire and duty to procreate, by one of our most brilliant and original writersMotherhood treats one...

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Cesar Aira

Soon enough you realize that you are no longer twenty years old, because right away you are no longer young ... and by the...

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The Summer of Dead Birds

Ali Liebegott

“A fierce, funny, agonized, cracked-open aria in homage to the presence and passing of fiercely loved things.”—Maggie Nelsonhow does a person dislodge the scenesthat...

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