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O n ce Yo u G o B ac k Douglas A. Martin

Depicting a strained working-class household transplanted to the South, Once You Go Back brings out the curiosity of children on the verge of becoming sexual, and their confusion in the midst of family violence. Paper 978-1-58322-878-4 $16.95 208 pages

T H E B A L L A D O F T H E B L AC K A ND B LU E M I ND Anne Roiphe

In a new novel by acclaimed writer and feminist Anne Roiphe, a New York City psychoanalyst comes undone as her story becomes as much her patients’ as her own. The Ballad of the Black and Blue Mind is a novel of realities that cut close to the bone, a book that dares to observe knowingly, skeptically, cynically, yet with heart, the vanities of which we are made. CLOTH 978-1-6098-0608-8 $23.95 240 PAGES

AVAILABLE MAY 2015

F i n al E d iti o n Wallace Shawn, ed.

With contributions by Wallace Shawn, Jonathan Schell, Mark Strand, Noam Chomsky, and Deborah Eisenberg, Final Edition is a one-issue-only political magazine shaped by the belief that the people who run our country have a crude and minimal imaginative life. Paper 978-1-58322-684-1 $10.00 80 pages

T he F ree T hi n k ers Two Novellas

Layle Silbert

“A splendid and exciting book. . . . Silbert writes with a keenly observing eye and ear, and creates characters who are different yet familiar. It is yet another successful artistic attempt to portray the shtetl personality torn from its roots and replanted in foreign soil.” —Jewish Currents

Paper 978-1-58322-075-7 $14.95 320 pages

Yudl A Novel and Selected Short Stories

Layle Silbert

Told with wry wit and a masterful sensibility for metaphor, Yudl explores gender, Zionism, and the immigrant experience in the US. Silbert’s graceful short stories focus on the family, allowing the reader glimpses of a child’s happiness, the cripplingly contradictory demands of femininity, the complexity of grief, and a sustained meditation on life and death. Paper 978-1-60980-440-4 $17.95 240 pages

T he M ille n n i u m A Comedy of the Year 2000

Upton Sinclair

Introduction by Carl Jensen, PhD Self-published in the 1920s, The Millennium is Sinclair’s futuristic novel, his comical, fictional vision of the turn of the 21st century. Paper 978-1-58322-021-4 $14.95 196 pages

Seven Stories Press Academic Catalog 2014-2015  
Seven Stories Press Academic Catalog 2014-2015  

Frontlist and backlist titles published by Seven Stories press through Spring 2015. For information about books for course adoption, please...

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