Fall 2018 Catalog
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By Alejandro Jodorowsky
Translated from the Spanish by Megan McDowell
From Alejandro Jodorowsky—the legendary director of The Holy Mountain, spiritual guru behind Psychomagic and The Way of Tarot, and author of Where the Bird Sings Best—comes another autobiographical tour-de-force: a mythopoetic portrait of the artist as a young man in Chile in the tumultuous 1930s.
Hardcover List Price: $25.99 ISBN: 9781632060532 • Publication: 9/11/2018 • 5.5" x 8.25" • 224 pages • Fiction: Autobiographical / Chilean / Visionary / Family Saga • Territory: World English • eBook ISBN: 9781632060761
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BY DAVID ALBAHARI
Translated from the Serbian by Ellen Elias-Bursać
From the award-winning Serbian author David Albahari comes a devastating and Kafkaesque war fable about an army unit sent to guard a military checkpoint with no idea where they are or who the enemy might be.
Paperback List Price: $14.99 • ISBN: 9781632061928 • Publication: 9/25/2018 • 4.5” x 6” • 144 pages • Fiction: Literary / War Satire / Serbian • Territory: World English • eBook ISBN: 9781632061935
By Richard Marnier
Illustrations by Aude Maurel
Translated from the French by Emma Ramadan
Who Left the Light On? is a captivating picture book about creativity and diversity, in which a stranger moves to a city without surprises, and everything is turned upside down when he breaks the rules and leaves the light on.
Hardcover List Price: $21.99 • ISBN: 9781632061898 • Publication: 10/09/18 • 9” x 9” • 30 pages • Children’s Picture Book—Diversity • Ages: 3–6 • Territory: World English • eBook ISBN: 9781632061690
by Nella Larsen
Illustrated by Maggie Lily
Restless Classics presents an undersung gem of the Harlem Renaissance: Nella Larsen's Passing, a captivating and prescient exploration of identity, sexuality, belonging, self-invention, and race set amidst the pealing boisterousness of the Jazz Age.
List Price: $19.99 ISBN: 9781632062024 • Publication: 10/23/18 • 5.5" x 8.25" • 160 pages • Fiction: Classics / African American / Harlem Renaissance / Race Relations • Territory: World • eBook ISBN: 9781632062031
by Ricardo Piglia
Translated from the Spanish by Robert Croll
The second installment of Argentine literary giant Ricardo Piglia’s acclaimed bibliophilic trilogy follows his alter ego, Emilio Renzi, as his literary career begins to take off in the tumultuous years 1968-1975—running a magazine, working as a publisher, and encountering the literary stars among whom he would soon take his place: Borges, Puig, Roa Bastos, Piñera.
List Price: $19.99 ISBN: 9781632061980 • Publication: 11/6/18 • 5.5" x 8.25" • 496 pages • Fiction: Autofiction / Latin American; Literary Autobiography • Territory: World English • eBook ISBN: 9781632061997