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OPEN LETTER FROM MARK Z. DANIELEWSKI ON HIS FORTHCOMING NOVEL OUT MAY 12: THE FAMILIAR (VOLUME 1)  Some years ago, while I was writing THE FAMILIAR, Carl would go downstairs to …

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Mark Z. Danielewski Reveals THE FAMILIAR (VOLUME 1) Cover!

Readers of Mark Z. Danielewski’s work (HOUSE OF LEAVES, ONLY REVOLUTIONS, THE FIFTY YEAR SWORD) have been anxiously awaiting the cover for THE FAMILIAR (VOLUME 1) and we are pleased …

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“Can’t Make it to Comic-Con” Giveaway

    Can’t make it to San Diego Comic-Con 2014? Enter for a chance to win a Pantheon Graphic Novels tote bag filled with some of the great swag Knopf …

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Father’s Day Bookplates

Click to download these bookplates for Dad!

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Can’t Make it to BEA Giveaway

Can’t make it to BEA? Enter for a chance to win a box full of the Knopf and Doubleday books we are promoting at the show! Books/ARCs include Emily St. …

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Knopf Doubleday at BEA 2014

The Knopf Doubleday Group is proud to announce a full schedule of author events at this year’s Book Expo America. Find us at the Random House Booth (#2839) at the …

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Sex and the Citadel by Shereen El Feki

Sex and the Citadel by Shereen El Feki

If you really want to know a people, start by looking inside their bedrooms.

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Storm Kings by Lee Sandlin

Storm Kings by Lee Sandlin

Storm Kings is a riveting tale of supercell tornadoes and the quirky, pioneering, weather-obsessed scientists whose discoveries created the science of modern meteorology.

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Hand-Drying in America by Ben Katchor

Hand-Drying in America by Ben Katchor

From one of the most original and imaginative American cartoonists at work today comes a collection of graphic narratives on the subjects of urban planning, product design, and architecture—a surrealist handbook for the rebuilding of society in the twenty-first century.

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Facing the Wave by Gretel Ehrlich

Facing the Wave by Gretel Ehrlich

From Gretel Ehrlich, one of the preeminent and most admired observers of the natural world, a heartrending and inspirational portrait of Japan after the 2011 tsunami, when survivors found their world utterly transformed by loss, grief, destruction, and the urgent need to reconstruct their homes, their towns, and their lives.

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