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.