The last Book Stand of 2021 is here! Stop by and learn about this month’s featured titles below.
In Animal Disorders, Deborah Thompson relates her own complicity in some of the disordered approaches to nonhuman animals, including such practices as pet-keeping, animal hoarding, animal sacrifice (both religious and scientific), magical thinking, and grieving.
Art Essays, edited by Alexandra Kingston-Reese, is a passionate collection of the best essays on the visual arts written by award-winning writers such as Zadie Smith, Chris Kraus, Teju Cole, Orhan Pamuk, and Jhumpa Lahiri.
In Chris Linforth’s The Distortions we glimpse a pageant of characters struggling to understand their lives after the dissolution of Yugoslavia.
Through stories, secrets and memories experienced, read, heard, reimagined and remixed, Ra Malika Imhotep’s gossypiin reckons with a peculiar yet commonplace inheritance of violation, survival, and self-possession.
Temple University Press has recently released Invisible People by Alex Tizon in paperback. This book collects the best of Tizon’s rich, empathetic accounts.