Released: Nov. 1, 2015

"A rich, well-documented collection for students of photography and Jewish culture."
Through interviews, portraits, essays, and photos, this large-format book explores the role of Jewish ancestry in the work of more than 70 leading American photographers. Read full book review >
Thieves of the Black Sea by Joe  O'Neill
Released: Oct. 11, 2016

"A satisfying, action-packed return to the world of the Red Hand and a daring trio."
In this fourth volume of an adventure series, a resourceful Moroccan orphan named Tariq and his loyal friends set out to return an ancient diary to its rightful home. Read full book review >


"An honest, riveting work about living with autism that will enlighten and offer hope to readers."
NFL Films producer and debut author O'Brien offers a frank, firsthand account of his and his family's journey with autism, starting with his son's early childhood diagnosis. Read full book review >
#BabyLove: My Toddler Life by Corine Dehghanpisheh
Released: Sept. 20, 2016

"This poignant and entertaining tale about a playful toddler aimed at young lap readers works on a much deeper level for parents."
In her latest picture book, Dehghanpisheh (#Babylove: My Social Life, 2016, etc.) shows the life of a curious child through the frame of the cellphone used to take his photo—until he gets his hands on the device.Read full book review >
Palamedes by Kemmer Anderson
Released: Aug. 1, 2016

"A rich, thoughtful collection that generously breathes life into its ancient subject: very fine."
This cycle of poems focuses on Palamedes, credited with inventing letters of the Greek alphabet and dice. Read full book review >

The Human Face of ObamaCare by John Geyman
Released: Jan. 1, 2016

"A compelling, hard-hitting indictment of U.S. health care and half-measure ObamaCare reforms."
America's medical system faces severe and worsening problems under ObamaCare and can only be cured by a revolutionary turn toward public health insurance, according to this exposé. Read full book review >
Address to Die For by Mary Feliz
Released: July 19, 2016

"A skillful amateur detective with an impressive to-do list emerges in this inventive series opener."
An inherited dream house turns into a nightmare in this debut California mystery. Read full book review >
Presentimiento by Harrison Candelaria Fletcher
Released: Jan. 1, 2016

"A lovingly crafted portrait of a person and a place."
In fragments of memory and description, Fletcher (Descanso for My Father, 2012) recalls his mother's life, his family history, and a New Mexico that's disappearing.Read full book review >
Operation Tenley by Jennifer Gooch Hummer
Released: Sept. 13, 2016

"This irresistible tale about the descendants of fairies should have readers smiling from the first page to the last."
A new middle-grade fantasy series focuses on the Fair Ones, who watch over Earth children from afar. Read full book review >
A Theory of Nothing by Thomas Barlow
Released: Nov. 4, 2016

"A cheekily ironic takedown of academic adventures in absurdity.
Barlow's (Between the Eagle or the Dragon, 2013, etc.) debut novel provides a farcical look at the pursuit of junk science in the hallowed halls of the academy.Read full book review >
A Misplaced Woman by Marcy Heidish
Released: Sept. 26, 2016

"A collection that beautifully finds the holy in the eccentric, the homeless, and the disregarded."
This cycle of poems explores homelessness through one woman's experience of falling from her privileged, educated status. Read full book review >
Outside the Limelight by Terez Mertes Rose
Released: Oct. 24, 2016

"A lovely and engaging tale of sibling rivalry in the high-stakes dance world."
A performance accident leaves a ballet soloist fighting for her career and her life. Read full book review >
Kirkus Interview
Kendare Blake
November 16, 2016

Bestseller Kendare Blake’s latest novel, Three Dark Crowns, a dark and inventive fantasy about three sisters who must fight to the death to become queen. In every generation on the island of Fennbirn, a set of triplets is born: three queens, all equal heirs to the crown and each possessor of a coveted magic. Mirabella is a fierce elemental, able to spark hungry flames or vicious storms at the snap of her fingers. Katharine is a poisoner, one who can ingest the deadliest poisons without so much as a stomachache. Arsinoe, a naturalist, is said to have the ability to bloom the reddest rose and control the fiercest of lions. But becoming the Queen Crowned isn’t solely a matter of royal birth. Each sister has to fight for it. The last queen standing gets the crown. “Gorgeous and bloody, tender and violent, elegant, precise, and passionate; above all, completely addicting,” our reviewer writes in a starred review. View video >