An Altogether Different Language
Hinge and Sign: Poems, 1968-1993
Like Most Revelations
Worshipful Company of Fletchers
Masterfully drawing on a variety of voices and characters, James Tate joyfully offers his first book since winning the Pulitzer Prize in 1992 for his “Selected Poems.”
In Pharoah’s Army: Memories of the Lost War
Fatheralong: A Meditation on Fathers, Sons, Race and Society
With resonant artistry and unflagging directness, Wideman examines the tragedy of race and the gulf it cleaves between black fathers and black sons. He does so chiefly through the lens of his own relations with his remote father, producing a memoir that belongs alongside the classics of Richard Wright and Malcolm X.
Strange Justice: The Selling of Clarence Thomas
The Unredeemed Captive: A Family Story from Early America
This book is set in colonial Massachusetts where, in 1704, a French and Indian war party descended on the village of Deerfield, abducting a Puritan minister and his children. Although John Williams was eventually released, his daughter horrified the family by staying with her captors and marrying a Mohawk husband.