Holiday Book Sale 2022

Looking for the perfect gift this holiday season? Want to find your next great read? View our holiday catalog to browse our new releases and many of our bestselling classics. Use code XM22 for discounts and $2 per book shipping. Orders over $50 will receive a free tote bag while supplies last. If you don't see what you're looking for in the … Continue reading Holiday Book Sale 2022

Our 2022 MSA Virtual Booth and Book Sale

This year’s Modernist Studies Association conference was held in Portland, OR from October 27 through October 30. Our virtual booth is open through November 30, 2022 and offers great deals on our Modernist studies titles. Use code MSA22 for discount prices and free shipping within the U.S. Click Here to View all Titles in Our Virtual Booth Read on for highlights … Continue reading Our 2022 MSA Virtual Booth and Book Sale

Writing Islands

“Lahr-Vivaz’s exceptionally curated book spans beyond transnational Cuba and the Caribbean archipelago in order to keenly propose new considerations of the many geographical locations of the previously ‘colonized’ world. This book will undoubtedly impact both Caribbean studies and decolonial thought throughout the Americas and beyond.”—Raúl Rubio, author of La Habana: Cartografías culturales   “Beautifully and engagingly written. A … Continue reading Writing Islands

Q&A with Bob Beatty, author of Play All Night!

In Play All Night! Duane Allman and the Journey to Fillmore East, historian and dedicated Allman Brothers Band fan Bob Beatty explores how At Fillmore East cemented Duane Allman’s legacy as a strong-willed, self-taught visionary, giving fans of Southern rock and all readers interested in the role of rock music in American popular culture a new appreciation for … Continue reading Q&A with Bob Beatty, author of Play All Night!

New Paperback Release: Slavery and Freedom in the Shenandoah Valley during the Civil War Era

“A needed addition to the scholarship, centering African Americans within [a] narrative that typically marginalizes them. . . . Helps create a more accurate and inclusive picture of this era.”—H-Net “A solidly researched and well-written addition to the literature concerning slavery and the Civil War and furthers the effort to make more widely known a number … Continue reading New Paperback Release: Slavery and Freedom in the Shenandoah Valley during the Civil War Era

Joyce without Borders

“A solid volume of ambitious and innovative scholarship that breaks down the geopolitical, philosophical, methodological, historical, disciplinary, and moral boundaries of traditional Joycean scholarship. It invites readers to consider unusual and compelling approaches by delving into transatlantic readerly relationships, parasitology, posthumanism, algorithmic writing, cartoons, comics, game theory, pornography, and more. A must-read.”—Brian Price, coeditor of TransLatin … Continue reading Joyce without Borders

Baseball and Cultural Heritage

The influence of baseball heritage in society and culture   “The relationship between baseball and heritage is addressed in a comprehensive, engaging, and informative manner in an international context. This is a valuable book for baseball scholars, sport historians, and anyone interested in the phenomena of sport heritage.”—Murray G. Phillips, editor of Representing the Sporting Past in … Continue reading Baseball and Cultural Heritage