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The Typographical Translation Preview: Your Guide To The Second Half of 2014

The Typographical Translation Preview: Your Guide To The Second Half of 2014

"With Probably, Most Likely, Vaca reminds us to not forget the details and parentheticals of existence.  While on paper, our lives may be defined by marriages, deaths, careers, degrees, salaries, and children – our greatest accomplishments are often more subtle, easy to forget, and therefore more important to remember. "

"With Probably, Most Likely, Vaca reminds us to not forget the details and parentheticals of existence. While on paper, our lives may be defined by marriages, deaths, careers, degrees, salaries, and children – our greatest accomplishments are often more subtle, easy to forget, and therefore more important to remember. "

Megan Abbott's new thriller is a perfect way to kick off your summer reading endeavors.  It's urgent, sinister, and addictive.

The Fever by Megan Abbott. The panic unleashed by a mysterious contagion threatens the bonds of family and community in a seemingly idyllic suburban community and the Nash Family fears the Deenie may be next.

From the critically acclaimed author of Bloodroot, Long Man is Amy Greene’s long-awaited second novel that returns to themes of family ties and displacement in southern Appalachia.  In the late summer of 1936, the Tennessee Valley Authority has built a dam that promises to bring electricity to many rural areas of east Tennessee, but at what cost to the locals?

From the critically acclaimed author of Bloodroot, Long Man is Amy Greene's long-awaited second

If you're looking for a gift of the literary variety, Jon Scieszka and Marc Barnett's Battle Bunny would be the perfect addition to any child's (or adult's) Easter basket:

Battle Bunny: Jon Scieszka, Mac Barnett, Matthew Myers: Alex changes a sappy book into his own adventure story. This book is so much fun.

Uganda Be Kidding Me by Chelsea Handler: "If you think that traveling on an African safari would be an exhilarating, spiritual, and moving experience, then you’ve never been to Africa with Chelsea Handler."

Wherever Chelsea Handler travels, one thing is certain: she always ends up in the land of the ridiculous. Now, in this uproarious collection, she sneaks her sharp wit through airport security and delivers her most absurd and hilarious stories ever.

The 2014 Best Translated Book Award Publishers (Part Two) - Typographical Era

Horses of God - by Mahi Binebine. A powerful re-imagining of the life and death of a young Moroccan suicide bomber, soon to be made into an internationally released film.

The 2014 Best Translated Book Award Publishers (Part One) - Typographical Era

Red Grass by Boris Vian, translated from the French by Paul Knobloch - 2014 longlist

Enter this Giveaway by April 3!!: A Fairy Tale by Jonas T. Bengtsson - Typographical Era

The strength of Jonas T. Bengtsson's novel lies in the way he effortlessly transitions from the placid waters of childhood to the jaded chop of teenage life

A closer look at the 23 different publishers associated with this year's BTBA nominees

A closer look at the 23 different publishers associated with this year's BTBA nominees