The cartoonist author of The Cardboard Valise presents a visual exploration of the many ways property reflects influences and cultural values, featuring such subjects as window-ledge pillows for people-watchers, artificial tree forests for allergy sufferers and high-visibility construction vests... More Info
The award-winning creator of Jimmy Corrigan: The Smartest Kid on Earth presents an intricately illustrated, sprawling tale about the residents in a three-story Chicago apartment building, including a lonely single woman, a couple who are growing to despise each other and an elderly landlady. 50,000... More Info
A groundbreaking investigation into the origins of morality, which turns out to be the basis for religion and politics. The book explains the American culture wars and refutes the "New Atheists."
The second volume of memoirs from the renowned Kenyan novelist, poet and playwright covers his high school years at the end of British colonial rule in Africa, during the Mau Mau Uprising. 15,000 first printing.
Examines the political role played by the media in shaping events, rather than just reporting on them, assesses the relationship between the media and the corporations that control and finance them, and discusses the fine distinctions between news and propaganda. Reprint. 20,000 first printing.
A retelling of the Watergate scandal from the kaleidoscopic perspectives of seven of its perpetrators and investigators illuminates the drama and high comedy of the Nixon presidency and imagines the answers to such mysteries as who erased 18 crucial minutes of evidence tape. By the author of Dewey... More Info
A meticulously researched history of the role of organized hate in American politics delineates the origins of extreme belief systems as well as the economic and social factors that have contributed to their popularity, sharing cautionary observations about how hate has moved into mainstream... More Info
Building on a controversial premise that refutes the opinions of most linguists to argue that language is a unique and essential cultural tool, an anthropological and psychological report contends that language is a human, societally driven invention that can be reinvented and lost.
Collects a groundbreaking two-part graphic memoir, in which the great-granddaughter of Iran's last emperor and the daughter of ardent Marxists describes growing up in Tehran, a country plagued by political upheaval and vast contradictions between public and private life. Original. 50,000 first... More Info