RESTLESS BOOKS SUMMER 2016 CATALOG
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Translated from the Spanish by David Frye
“Intergalactic space travel meets outrageous, biting satire in Super Extra Grande…. Its author [Yoss] is one of the most celebrated — and controversial — Cuban writers of science fiction…. Reminiscent of Douglas Adams — but even more so, the satire of Rabelais and Swift.”
—The Washington Post
Paperback List Price: $15.99 • ISBN: 9781632060563 • Publication: 6/7/16 • 5.5” x 8.25” • 160 pages • Science Fiction: Cuba / Comedic / Space Opera • Territory: World English • eBook ISBN: 9781632060266
by Mary Shelley
Introduction by Francine Prose
Illustrations by Eko
Video Lecture Series by Wendy Steiner
With a new introduction by Francine Prose and stunning original artwork by Eko, the Restless Classics edition of Frankenstein brings Mary Shelley’s paragon of horror vividly back to life—published to coincide with the two-hundredth anniversary of the infamous night of its creation.
Deluxe Paperback List Price: $19.99 • ISBN: 9781632060785 • Publication: 6/14/16 • 5.5” x 8.25” • 288 pages • Fiction: Classics / Gothic / Horror / Science Fiction / English Literature • Territory: World English • eBook ISBN: 9781632060792
by Alejandro Jodorowsky
Translated from the Spanish by Alfred MacAdam
“No one alive today, anywhere, has been able to demonstrate the sheer possibilities of artistic invention—and in so many disciplines—as powerfully as Alejandro Jodorowsky.… His new semi-autobiographical novel Where the Bird Sings Best is his magnum opus, a fantastical something that in many ways mirrors the author himself: It is brilliant, mad, unpredictable.”
—NPR, Best Books of 2015
"One of the most inspiring artists of our time.... A prophet of creativity."
Hardcover List Price: $27.99 • ISBN: 9781632060280 • Paperback List Price: $19.99 • ISBN: 9781632060952 • Pub: 3/31/15 • 6” x 9” • 400 pages • Fiction: Hispanic & Latino / Autobiography—artists and directors / Spiritual / Jewish / Family Sagas • Territory: World English • eBook ISBN: 9781632060075
By Agustín de Rojas
Translated from the Spanish by Nick Caistor and Hebe Powell
“There could scarcely be a more opportune moment for the appearance in English of the late Cuban science fiction master Agustín de Rojas’s epic novel The Year 200…. De Rojas’s lucid fictional world intersects with many of our contemporary technological obsessions but charges them with remarkably distinct political valences..... A riveting narrative of espionage and geopolitical turmoil.”
—Los Angeles Review of Books
Paperback List Price: $18.99 • ISBN: 9781632060518 • Publication: 7/12/16 • 5.5” x 8.25” • 640 pages • Science Fiction: Cuba / Classics / Communism • Territory: World English • eBook ISBN: 9781632060174
By Andrés Neuman
Translated from the Spanish by Jeffrey Lawrence
“The most breathtaking voice in travel writing today may be that of a writer who feels ambivalent about travel itself…. ‘Perhaps the greatest travel book, the most unpredictable of all,’ Andrés Neuman suggests in the closing paragraphs of How to Travel Without Seeing: Dispatches from the New Latin America, ‘would be written by someone who doesn’t go anywhere and simply imagines possible movements. Facing a window that seems like a platform, the author would lift his head and feel the rush of the horizon.’ It’s a line that operates as both valedictory and epigraph…. As How to Travel Without Seeing progresses, it increasingly functions... as a set of vignettes, reflections, shards of memory or observation that add up in the only way such fragments can, as an approximation of consciousness…. This is what it means to travel now.”
—David Ullin, Barnes & Noble Review
Paperback List Price: $15.99 • ISBN: 9781632060556 • Pub: 6/28/16 • 5.5” x 8.25” • 288 pages • Travel: Latin America / Cultural history: Latin America / Literary Studies • Territory: World English • eBook ISBN: 9781632060686
by Yoram Kaniuk
Translated from the Hebrew by Barbara Harshav
The final literary testament of “one of Israel’s greatest and least celebrated writers” (Nicole Krauss), Between Life and Death is a startlingly brave, funny, poetic, and moving autobiographical novel about the four months Yoram Kaniuk spent in a coma near the end of his life.
Hardcover List Price: $22.99 • ISBN: 9781632060921 • Publication: 9/13/16 • 5” x 7.125” • 208 pages • $22.99 • Fiction: Medical / End-of-Life / Israeli / Jewish / Autofiction • Territory: World • eBook ISBN: 9781632060938