The Netanyahus An Account of a Minor and Ultimately Even Negligible Episode in the History of a Very Famous Family
Taller Hector Barroso El Croquis
Venice Unlocked
Sambuichi and the Inland Sea
The Hero’s Way Walking with Garibaldi from Rome to Ravenna
The Escape Artist
The Tip Shop
The Ultimate Ski Book Legends, Resorts, Lifestyle and More
The Bread the Devil Knead
The Composing Rooms
The Lost Summers of Newport A Novel
The Secret History of Here A Year in the Valley
Yayoi Kusama Cosmic Nature
Joseph E. Yoakum What I Saw
The Lord of the Rings
The Art of Losing
Chasing Me to My Grave An Artist’s Memoir of the Jim Crow South
Born to Be Hanged The Epic Story of the Gentlemen Pirates Who Raided the South Seas, Rescued a Princess, and Stole a Fortune
Because Our Fathers Lied A Memoir of Truth and Family, from Vietnam to Today
I Who Have Never Known Men
Bad Gays A Homosexual History
The Power of Now A Guide to Spiritual Enlightenment
Stillness Speaks Whispers of Now


Staff Pick

Eric Kim

New York Times food writer Eric Kim made his name with charming YouTube cooking videos and simple recipes that deliver impressive results. Kim forged a cuisine rooted in the Korean American immigrant experience and has created this collection of very cookable recipes including sheet pan bibimbap and Milk Bread with maple syrup. Complementing the recipes are several short essays ranging in topic from the act of leaving home and returning as an adult, to what Thanksgiving means to a first-generation family. As a fan of Kim’s online persona I wasn’t disappointed by his cookbook debut.


This Chicago artist lived more lives than most. A former child circus-performer and WW1 veteran, a vision came to him in his mid-seventies, after which, he drew every single day. Five years in he got his first show and by the time of his death his work was in all the major collections, including this book centered around his spectacular MOMA retrospective which closed earlier this year. A true master of the outsider art-style his vigorous drawings capture all that he saw in his life and his mind.


BOOK of the WEEK

BOOK of the WEEK