The Opposite of Hate: by Sally Kohn
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The Opposite of Hate: by Sally Kohn

Kohn wants to know if our current state of regression is the true nature of…

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The Maze at Windermere: by Gregory Blake Smith
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The Maze at Windermere: by Gregory Blake Smith

At its core, Gregory Blake Smith’s The Maze at Windermere is a love-letter to Newport,…

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The Barefoot Navigator: by Jack Lagan
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The Barefoot Navigator: by Jack Lagan

Lagan wants to extol the merits of “barefoot navigation” and then provide the reader with…

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Look Alive Out There: by Sloane Crosley
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Look Alive Out There: by Sloane Crosley

Sloane Crosley belongs to that elite group of literary-minded wits to whom the world is…

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The Language of the Game: by Laurent Dubois
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The Language of the Game: by Laurent Dubois

With the World Cup approaching, one could not do better than to pick up Dubois’s…

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Art & Vinyl: Edited by Jeffrey Fraenkel and Antoine de Beaupré
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Art & Vinyl: Edited by Jeffrey Fraenkel and Antoine de Beaupré

The fine arts have long held a place in the realm of coffee-table books, but…

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Tenements, Towers & Trash: by Julia Wertz
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Tenements, Towers & Trash: by Julia Wertz

There is no doubt that the greatest moment in the history of New York City…

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The Third Hotel: by Laura van den Berg
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The Third Hotel: by Laura van den Berg

The Third Hotel luxuriates in the fertile narrative ground of the uncanny, the phantasmagoric and…

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Eat the Apple: by Matt Young
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Eat the Apple: by Matt Young

Eat the Apple offers up a wild ride through basic training and combat zones to…

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Andy Warhol’s The Chelsea Girls: Edited with text by Geralyn Huxley and Greg Pierce
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