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Andi Zeisler addresses the timely issue
at the forefront of feminism today.
Read the Washington Post Review

Andi Zeisler
We Were Feminists Once

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Kate Daloz takes us back to a time when Americans yearned to be closer to the Earth and create a utopia.
Read what Library Jounal thinks
about this masterpiece.

Kate Daloz
The 15:17 to Paris

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Alan Tardi celebrates the great history of this
most celebrated drink.
The San Antonio Express Review

Alan Tardi
Champagne, Uncorked

News and Features

    • May 2, 2016 Tom Burgis receives the Overseas Press Club Cornelius Ryan Award for best non-fiction book on international affairs!

      "Exceptionally detailed reporting on a critical topic: how resource-rich African countries have been looted by their political leaders working hand-in-hand with international corporations. Burgis carries out remarkable on-the-ground investigations to identify the government and corporate officials who, in country after country, collude to amass tremendous fortunes while leaving their citizens impoverished and powerless. The book is a must-read for those eager to understand the problems plaguing a wide swath of Africa today." [Read more]

    April 8, 2016 WSJ reviews Dreams of a Great Small nation
    by kevin Mcnamara

    "It is instructive to be reminded, by Mr. McNamara’s fascinating narrative, that nationalist feeling can be part of an admirable desire for freedom." —Arthur Herman, Wall Street Journal   [Read more]

  • January 31, 2016 The Game's Not Over reviewed in the Financial Times

    "In the history of the world, there have been few books quite like this one by Gregg Easterbrook. " [Read more]

  • November 27, 2015 Emma Sky’s THE UNRAVELING was chosen as one of the New York Times’ 100 Notable Books of 2015!

    “Important and disturbing…Sky’s narrative is full of important lessons…To counter Iran in Iraq and prevent the alienation that created ISIS...It would have required, perhaps, a thousand Emma Skys. But there was only one of those.” —New York Times Book Review [Read more]

  • November 27, 2015 Three PublicAffairs books were selected for the Financial Times’ Books of the Year list!

    Congratulations to John Kay’s OTHER PEOPLE’S MONEY, Tom Burgis’ THE LOOTING MACHINE, and Emma Sky’s THE UNRAVELING. [Read more]

  • November 27, 2015 THE GAME OF OUR LIVES won the 2015 William Hill Sports Book of the Year Award!

    Judges called the book “an exceptional winner...a serious, insightful yet compellingly readable book on a subject that affects the lives of everyone in the country, be they football fans or not.” [Read more]

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