Eight books about moving away from the city and living without power, running water, cars and in some cases, companionship.
A serious study, written with wit, of such matters as the tension between the need to feed our world and to preserve it.
In his 10th book, the author ponders death, survival, legacy and the power of forgiveness.
An assemblage of about 200 letters between Beat men Ginsberg and Kerouac offers insight into their friendship, their souls and their writing.
Novelist Adam Langer skewers the publishing trade — and some of its recent trends — while digging toward something deeper.
The chief protagonist of this debut novel is a meek man in an allegorical place where decisive action is called for. Imagine a Kafka-esque hero in a fin de siècle reality show.
Also: 'Murder in the High Himalaya,' 'Surviving the Dragon'
In 'The Grimm Legacy,' magical objects reside in a lending library in New York City.