Farrar, Straus & Giroux Complete Catalogue Oct 2016

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    The Deadly 7 Who Needs Friends When You've Got Monsters? Garth Jennings
    9781250052759 Hardcover JUVENILE FICTION / Fantasy & Magic Age (years) from 8 - 12 On Sale Date: April 05, 2016 Print Run: 40000
    $15.99 CAD 5.4 x 7.81 x 1.14 in | 352 pages Carton Quantity: 20 Canadian Rights: Y Farrar, Straus and Giroux (BYR)
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      When eleven-year-old Nelson's beloved older sister goes missing, he is devastated. She's his only friend and means the world to him. Then his parents join the search and leave Nelson in the care of his crazy uncle Pogo, a plumber who is working at St. Paul's Cathedral in London. There in a dusty crypt Nelson stumbles across an ancient machine that accidentally extracts the so-called seven deadly sins from his soul. The machine turns them into ugly, cantankerous, and embarrassing creatures who follow him everywhere. But there is more to these monsters than meets the eye, and in this off-the-wall debut novel about making friends and taking courage, Nelson finds that these strange newcomers are just the companions he needs for a quest across the globe to rescue his big sister.
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      Garth Jennings has directed many music videos and commercials as one third of the production company Hammer and Tongs. His work includes videos for Blur, Radiohead, Beck, Fatboy Slim and Vampire Weekend. He is the director of two feature films:The Hitchhiker's Guide to the Galaxy (2005) andSon of Rambow (2007) for which he also wrote the screenplay.The Deadly 7 is his first novel.
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      “Delightful and inventive, this original story entertains at every turn . . . Hilarious, madcap action combined with rich language will keep readers rapidly turning pages. Pen-and-ink sketches supplement this highly imaginative book that is part mystery, part adventure, and total fun.” —School Library Journal

      “Hilariously hectic . . . Notably subversive.” —Kirkus Reviews

      “Off-the-wall humor . . . Silliness prevails in Jennings’ debut, but Nelson’s genuine concern for his sister gives it heart.” —Booklist

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    Clash of Extremes The Economic Origins of the Civil War First Edition Marc Egnal
    9780809016457 Paperback HISTORY / United States On Sale Date: January 05, 2010
    $18.50 CAD 5.5 x 8.23 x 1.15 in | 432 pages Carton Quantity: 18 Canadian Rights: Y Hill and Wang
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      Clash of Extremes takes on the reigning orthodoxy that the American Civil War was waged over high moral principles. Marc Egnal contends that economics, more than any other factor, moved the country to war in 1861.

      Drawing on a wealth of primary and secondary sources, Egnal shows that between 1820 and 1850, patterns of trade and production drew the North and South together and allowed sectional leaders to broker a series of compromises. After midcentury, however, all that changed as the rise of the Great Lakes economy reoriented Northern trade along east-west lines. Meanwhile, in the South, soil exhaustion, concerns about the country's westward expansion, and growing ties between the Upper South and thefree states led many cotton planters to contemplate secession. The war that ensued was truly a "clash of extremes."

      Sweeping from the 1820s through Reconstruction and filled with colorful portraits of leading individuals,Clash of Extremesemphasizes economics while giving careful consideration to social conflicts, ideology, and the rise of the antislavery movement. The result is a bold reinterpretation that will challenge the way we think about the Civil War.

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      Marc Egnal is a professor of history at York University and the author of several books, includingA Mighty Empire: The Origins of the American Revolutionand Divergent Paths: How Culture and Institutions Have Shaped North American Growth.

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      “The argument that the Civil War was caused by economic interests goes back at least as far as the work of Charles and Mary Beard a century ago. Egnal deftly revives the debate, claiming that the rise of the Great Lakes economy strengthened the bonds between the states of the North. For the South, soil depletion made expansion necessary and secession a ‘rational act.' Egnal writes carefully and without dogmatism.” —Elsa Dixler, New York Times

      “Egnal's scholarship and detailed analysis of the data makes it hard to argue with the notion that the war, at least initially, was driven in large measure by economic factors . . . Essential reading for anyone with a serious interest in the American Civil War.” —Herbert White, History in Review

      “Marc Egnal offers both a correction and a challenge to historians of the Civil war in this important new interpretation . . . Egnal skillfully recounts how people made choices, how they changed, how they understood themselves and their world.” —A. James Fuller, Civil War Book Review

      Clash of Extremes is a well documented and skillfully developed advancement of the idea that rapidly changing and competing economic realities comprised the primary driving forces behind the movement toward secession and ultimately Civil War . . . Egnal's dispassionate scholarship is a welcome breath of fresh air in an economic discussion all too often characterized by its absence. His accessible study is an award worthy effort that is highly recommended.” —Civil War Books and Authors (cwba.blogspot.com)

      “The author does not neglect the sins of the South, real and alleged, but his most original contribution is his description of a truly critical new development of the late antebellum period, which he calls ‘the Lake Economy.' ” —Clyde Wilson, Chronicles

      “Marc Egnal challenges the popular view that the war was primarily about slavery. Egnal looks instead to economic factors, pointing out that most Northerners were racists who favored only the gradual extinction of slavery and that the early Republican Party, despite whatever idealism it upheld, was also interested in increasing the strength of Northern industry and commerce. Slavery, of course, was important in all this, but not until the war was well under way did the abolition of slaverygain traction either as public policy or rallying cry. Refreshingly, Egnal emphasizes the influence of individuals as well as social forces in the course of human events.” —David Luhrssen, Express Milwaukee

      “Best overall Civil War history 2009.” —Civil War Memory (cwmemory.com)

      “A contentious examination of how mid-century economic shifts powered secession.” —American History

      “Sure to provoke discussion.” —Kirkus Reviews

      “An illuminating contribution to our understanding of the Civil War's causes.” —Publishers Weekly

      “A serious work that may well reignite a historical debate.” —Jay Freeman, Booklist

      “Challenging a great deal of modern scholarship,Clash of Extremes promises to be the most talke about book in years on the origins of the Civil War.” —Daniel W. Crofts, The College of New Jersey

      “In lively and accessible prose, Egnal has succeeded in bringing back economics as a core factor in the coming of the Civil War. Readers are in for a delightful surprise as they explore his engaging analysis of how diverging economies produced conditions that led to secession.” —William L. Barney, author of The Making of a Confederate

      “Marc Egnal's vigorous and original argument will inject new energy into the perpetually fascinating conversation about the meaning of the American Civil War.” —Edward L. Ayers, author of In the Presence of Mine Enemies, winner of the Bancroft Prize

      “A most welcome addition to the literature on Civil War causation. It is sure to spark healthy debate about the war's origins.” —Michael F. Holt, author of The Fate of Their Country: Politicians, Slavery Extension, and the Coming of the Civil War

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    Series: Pout-Pout Fish Novelty
    The Pout-Pout Fish Undersea Alphabet Touch and Feel Deborah Diesen, Dan Hanna
    9781250063922 Board book JUVENILE FICTION / Animals Age (years) from 1 - 4 On Sale Date: August 16, 2016 Print Run: 55000
    $17.99 CAD 9.02 x 8.2 x 0.77 in | 20 pages Carton Quantity: 20 Canadian Rights: Y Farrar, Straus and Giroux (BYR)
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      The star of theNew York Times-bestselling Pout-Pout Fish series is back in this interactive touch-and-feel alphabet board book.

      A is Angelfish. B is for Bull Shark. P is for Pout-Pout Fish!

      With touch-and-feel textures perfect for small hands, this book is sure to turn little pouts into big smiles! Your child will love to learn their ABCs with Pout-Pout Fish.

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      Deborah Diesen currently works for a nonprofit organization and has also worked as a librarian and a bookseller. She lives in Grand Ledge, Michigan. deborahdiesen.com

      Dan Hanna has over ten years of experience in the animation industry, and his work has appeared on the Cartoon Network. He lives in Oxnard, California.

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      The Pout-Pout Fish series: "Winning artwork . . . . Hanna's cartoonish undersea world swims with hilarious bug-eyed creatures that ooze personality." - Kirkus Reviews "Appealing . . . . The cartoon illustrations of undersea life are bright and clean and the protagonist's exaggerated expressions are entertaining." - School Library Journal "The playful, rhyming verse is well matched with Hanna's funny cartoon illustrations." - School Library Journal "An entertaining read-aloud and a nice lighthearted vehicle for dealing with fear." - Kirkus Reviews
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    Gilgamesh A New Rendering in English Verse First Edition David Ferry
    9780374523831 Paperback POETRY / Ancient & Classical On Sale Date: June 01, 1993
    $15.00 CAD 5.45 x 8.23 x 0.33 in | 112 pages Carton Quantity: 88 Canadian Rights: Y Farrar, Straus and Giroux
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      A new verse rendering of the great epic of ancient Mesopotamia, one of the oldest works in Western Literature. Ferry makesGilgamesh available in the kind of energetic and readable translation that Robert Fitzgerald and Richard Lattimore have provided for.

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      David Ferry, a finalist for the National Book Critics Circle Award in Poetry for his translation ofGilgamesh in 1992, has translatedThe Odes of Horace, The Eclogues of Virgil,and theEpistles of Horace.ForOf No Country I Know: New and Selected Poems and Translationshe won the Lenore Marshall Poetry Prize, given by the Academy of American Poets, and the Rebekah Johnson Bobbitt National Prize for Poetry, given by the Library of Congress. In 2001 he received an Award in Literature from the American Academy of Arts and Letters, and in 2002 he won the Harold Morton Landon Translation Award. He is the Sophie Chantal Hart Professor of English Emeritus at Wellesley College.

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      Ruth Lilly Poetry Prize (Winner) 2011
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      “Ferry's version [ofGilgamesh will] become the standard English text.” —Fred Marchant, The Harvard Review

      “There have been other English accounts of this hero with a thousand descendants, but this is the first one that is as much poetry as scholarship.” —Michael Dirda, The Washington Post Book World

      “Ferry's skill brings a fresh interpretation to the power of Gilgamesh.” —John Ray, The Times Literary Supplement

      “Ferry'sGilgamesh is uniquely his own, self-contained in holding aloof from fads and hype. No display of adjectival fireworks could do justice to his poem's originality or to the integrity of the poet's formal invention. In identifying the poem as Mr. Ferry's, I mean no disrespect to Sin-leqe-unninni, the ancient poet-editor that Babylonian tradition credits as having developed to their highest form the epic adventures of Gilgamesh, King of Uruk, and his companion, Enkidu. But like Edward Fitzgerald'sRubaiyat or Ezra Pound'sCathay, Mr. Ferry'sGilgameshis a miraculous transformation of his original into his own, utterly distinctive idiom . . . Perhaps the poem's most moving element is how the desire for fame is superseded, after the death of Enkidu, by a quest that touches every reader, ancient or modern. . . the wish for physical immortality . . . [Ferry's] technical genius and literary sophistication evoke not only the hero's anguish, but the rage and despair of the untouchable.” —Tom Sleigh, The New York Times Book Review

      “The Gilgamesh epic . . . came to light again in the mid-19th century and, thanks to the labors of an arduous, exacting philology, slowly began to assume its place as one of the great poems of the world. Hitherto, however, it has existed only in posse, waiting for a poet who could actualize it. David Ferry has performed this service, and has given us a noble poem as close to the ancient original as we in our ignorance have any right to. May his achievement quickly win the recognition it deserves.” —D.S. Carne-Ross, The New Criterion

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    Series: Pout-Pout Fish Adventure
    The Pout-Pout Fish Giant Sticker Book Over 1000 Stickers Deborah Diesen, Dan Hanna
    9781250063946 Paperback JUVENILE FICTION / Animals Age (years) from 3 - 6 On Sale Date: May 10, 2016 Print Run: 75000
    $13.99 CAD 8.43 x 10.83 x 0.33 in | 128 pages Carton Quantity: 24 Canadian Rights: Y Farrar, Straus and Giroux (BYR)
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      Preschoolers will love the fun-packed pages of this oh-so-cute Pout-Pout Fish sticker book. Little hands will be kept busy using over 1,000 stickers featuring characters from the series to finish sticker scenes, solve mazes, and complete other puzzles. Perfect for rainy days inside or sunny days outside, car trips or at home, to share with friends or individual play, this sticker book is sure to delight little guppies.
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      Deborah Diesen currently works for a nonprofit organization and has also worked as a librarian and a bookseller. She lives in Grand Ledge, Michigan.

      Dan Hanna has over ten years of experience in the animation industry, and his work has appeared on the Cartoon Network. He lives in Oxnard, California.

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      The Pout-Pout Fish series: "Winning artwork . . . . Hanna's cartoonish undersea world swims with hilarious bug-eyed creatures that ooze personality." - Kirkus Reviews "Appealing . . . . the cartoon illustrations of undersea life are bright and clean and the protagonist's exaggerated expressions are entertaining." - School Library Journal "The playful, rhyming verse is well matched with Hanna's funny cartoon illustrations." - School Library Journal "An entertaining read-aloud and a nice lighthearted vehicle for dealing with fear." - Kirkus Reviews
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    American Transcendentalism A History First Edition Philip F. Gura
    9780809016440 Paperback PHILOSOPHY / Movements On Sale Date: September 02, 2008
    $18.50 CAD 5.53 x 8.18 x 1.05 in | 400 pages Carton Quantity: 18 Canadian Rights: Y Hill and Wang
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      American Transcendentalismis a sweeping narrative history of America's first group of public intellectuals, the men and women who defined American literature and indelibly marked American reform in the decades before and following the American Civil War. Philip F. Gura masterfully traces their intellectual genealogy to transatlantic religious and philosophical ideas, illustrating how these informed the fierce theological debates that, so often first in Massachusetts and eventually throughout America, gave rise to practical, personal, and quixotic attempts to improve, even perfect the world. The transcendentalists would painfully bifurcate over what could be attained and how, one half epitomized by Ralph Waldo Emerson and stressing self-reliant individualism, the other by Orestes Brownson, George Ripley, and Theodore Parker, emphasizing commitment to the larger social good.

      By the 1850s, transcendentalists turned ever more exclusively to abolition, and by war's end transcendentalism had become identified exclusively with Emersonian self-reliance, congruent with the national ethos of political liberalism and market capitalism.

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      Philip F. Gura is William S. Newman Distinguished Professor of American Literature and Culture at the University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill, where he holds appointments in English, American studies, and religious studies.

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      National Book Critics Circle Award - Nominee 2007, Nominated
      National Book Critics Circle Awards - Nominee 2007, Nominated
      National Books Critics Circle Awards - Nominee 2007
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      “The best collective biography on the group published in modern times.” —The Atlanta Journal-Constitution

      “A perfect companion to Louis Menand'sThe Metaphysical Club.” —Kirkus Reviews

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    Indivisible by Four A String Quartet in Pursuit of Harmony First Edition Arnold Steinhardt
    9780374527006 Paperback MUSIC / Genres & Styles On Sale Date: June 15, 2000
    $19.00 CAD 5.4 x 8.2 x 0.88 in | 320 pages Carton Quantity: 32 Canadian Rights: Y Farrar, Straus and Giroux
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      The Guarneri Quartet is fabled for its unique longevity and high-spirited virtuosity. Here is its story from the inside--a story filled with drama, humor, danger, compassion, and, of course, glorious music.

      A player who studies and performs the exalted string-quartet repertoire has opted for a very special life. Arnold Steinhardt, tracing his own development as a student, orchestra player, and budding young soloist, gives a touching account of how he and his intrepid colleagues were converted to chamber music despite the daunting odds against success. And he reveals, as no one has before, the intensely difficult process by which--on the battlefield of daily three-hour rehearsals--four individualists master and then overcome the confining demands of ensemble playing.

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      Arnold Steinhardt is the first violinist and a founding member of the Guarneri Quartet. He lives in New York City with his wife and two children.

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      “As one-fourth of what may be the longest-running string quartet in musical history, Arnold Steinhardt is ideally equipped to describe the life and times of a world-renowned musical ensemble. It's a wonderfully informative and entertaining memoir. Please read this book.” —Gary Graffman, Curtis Institute Newsletter

      “I enjoyed this tremendously. Arnold Steinhardt's account of the joys and ordeals of a life chamber musi is charmingly written and marvelously entertaining. It is also very touching because one feels his love of music on every page.” —Richard Goode

      “The Guaneri Quartet [is] known for the elegance, charm, clarity and passion of their playing, and Steinhardt's writting has all the same virtues.” —Justin Davidson, Newsday

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    The Naked Tourist In Search of Adventure and Beauty in the Age of the Airport Mall First Edition Lawrence Osborne
    9780865477414 Paperback TRAVEL / Essays & Travelogues On Sale Date: June 12, 2007
    $23.00 CAD 5 x 8 x 0.65 in | 288 pages Carton Quantity: 30 Canadian Rights: Y North Point Press
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      From the theme resorts of Dubai to the jungles of Papua New Guinea, a disturbing but hilarious tour of the exotic east—and of the tour itself

      Sick of producing the bromides of the professional travel writer, Lawrence Osborne decided to explore the psychological underpinnings of tourism itself. He took a six-month journey across the so-called Asian Highway—a swathe of Southeast Asia that, since the Victorian era, has seduced generations of tourists with its manufactured dreams of the exotic Orient. And like many a lost soul on this same route, he ended up in the harrowing forests of Papua, searching for a people who have never seen a tourist.

      What, Osborne asks, are millions of affluent itinerants looking for in these endless resorts, hotels, cosmetic-surgery packages, spas, spiritual retreats, sex clubs, and "back to nature" trips? What does tourism, the world's single largest business, have to sell? A travelogue into that heart of darkness known as the Western
      mind,The Naked Touristis the most mordant and ambitious work to date from the author ofThe Accidental Connoisseur, praised byThe New York Times Book Reviewas "smart, generous, perceptive, funny, sensible."

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      Lawrence Osborne has written forThe New York Times Magazine,The New Yorker, and other publications, and is the author of several books, includingThe Accidental Connoisseur. Born in England, he lives in New York.
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      “[Osborne] grabs the bull by the horns . . . Through the most surreal environments (the fabricated islands of Dubai, the medical resorts of Thailand) he is funny, intelligent, insightful and honest.” —Max Watman, The New York Times Book Review
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    The Lady Aung San Suu Kyi: Nobel Laureate and Burma's Prisoner First Edition Barbara Victor
    9780571211777 Paperback BIOGRAPHY & AUTOBIOGRAPHY / Cultural, Ethnic & Regional On Sale Date: November 07, 2002
    $19.00 CAD 5.5 x 8.5 x 0.55 in | 240 pages Carton Quantity: 34 Canadian Rights: Y Farrar, Straus and Giroux
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      Now in paperback, the first full account of Nobel Peace Prize laureate Aung San Suu Kyi's role in the struggle against Burma's military junta. Included is a new afterword by the author, which covers events from the time of the original publication in 1998 to Aung San Suu Kyi's release from house arrest in May 2002.

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      Barbara Victor is a journalist who has covered the Middle East for most of her career. She is also the author of four novels, which have been translated into twenty-two languages, and six nonfiction works. Her most recent nonfiction work isWomen Suicide Bombers, which will coincide with her television film documentary on women suicide bombers in the Occupied Territories and Gaza. Ms. Victor and her husband divide their time between Paris and New York.

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    American Smoke Journeys to the End of the Light Iain Sinclair
    9780865478275 Paperback BIOGRAPHY & AUTOBIOGRAPHY / Literary Figures On Sale Date: May 05, 2015 Print Run: 3000
    $18.50 CAD 5.56 x 8.15 x 0.87 in | 320 pages Carton Quantity: 24 Canadian Rights: Y Farrar, Straus and Giroux
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      The visionary writer Iain Sinclair turns his sights to the Beat generation in America in his most epic journey yet

      "How best to describe Iain Sinclair?" asks Robert Macfarlane inThe Guardian. "A literary mud-larker and tip-picker? A Travelodge tramp (his phrase)? A middle-class dropout with a gift for bullshit (also his phrase)? A toxicologist of the twenty-first-century landscape? A historian of countercultures and occulted pasts? An intemperate WALL-E, compulsively collecting and compacting the city's textual waste? A psycho-geographer (from which term Sinclair has been rowing away ever since he helped launch it into the mainstream)? He's all of these, and more."
      Now, for the first time, the enigma that is Iain Sinclair lands on American shores for his long-awaited engagement with the memory-filled landscapes of the American Beats and their fellow travelers.
      A book filled with bad journeys and fated decisions,American Smokeis an epic walk in the footsteps of Malcolm Lowry, Charles Olson, Jack Kerouac, William Burroughs, Gary Snyder, and others, heated by obsession (the Old West, volcanoes, Mexico) and enlivened by false memories, broken reports, and strange adventures.
      WithAmerican Smoke, Sinclair confirms his place as the most innovative of our chroniclers of the contemporary.

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      Iain Sinclair is the author ofDownriver (winner of the James Tait Black Memorial Prize and the Encore Award);Landor's Tower;White Chappell, Scarlet Tracings;Lights Out for the Territory;Lud Heat;Rodinsky's Room (with Rachel Lichtenstein);Radon Daughters;London Orbital;Dining on Stones;Hackney, That Rose-Red Empire; and Ghost Milk. He is also the editor ofLondon: City of Disappearances.
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      “When I opened Iain Sinclair'sAmerican SmokeI felt something very different. Here is a style both measured and sumptuously wild--a beautiful, obsessive and individual style--and it's the right weapon for attacking a monumental task: visiting American towns and landscapes associated with the Beats and the writers and poets in their orbit.” —Lawrence Osborne, The New York Times Book Review

      “If you ever feel that plain E.B. White/George Orwell transparent style is--whisper it softly--really kind of flat and boring, try Sinclair. If you are drawn to English that doesn't just sing, but sings the blues and scats and rocks the joint, try Sinclair. His sentences deliver a rush like no one else's.American Smoke . . . is certainly a head trip worth taking.” —Michael Dirda, The Washington Post

      “One of Sinclair's greatest skills has always been his ability to take diverse if not chaotic source material and refashion it in a way that sometimes seems downright alchemical. Once Sinclair starts making connections he finds them everywhere . . . But what ultimately makes the book come together is Sinclair's tough but malleable sensibility, expressed through a prose style that's hard-edged, inventive, often wildly extravagant.” —Geoff Nicholson, The Los Angeles Times

      “[American Smoke] is beguiling, full of sparkling prose and odd, unexpected detours.” —The New Yorker

      “Sinclair's is a prolix poetics, an amassing of noun-hives whose compacted wit would make the most lexically dexterous rapper envious . . . his writing can be an imagistic seance-stream full of startling riffs, memory sifts, domino-effect associationism.” —Sukhdev Sandhu, The Observer

      “Sinclair's bad journeys and higher gossip and spiritual puns bring us not only to the end of the light but to the wild edges of beauty.” —Baynard Woods, Baltimore City Paper

      “Sinclair fans will loveAmerican Smoke's rich mix, the blurred lines and outfield references.” —Anthony Sattin, The Spectator

      “What Sinclair delivers is not just a stunning evocation of the landscapes of America . . . but a precise aetiology of what made him the writer he is. I would recommend this book to every creative writing student in the country.” —Stuart Kelly, The Scotsman

      “Taut, endlessly fertile prose . . . InAmerican Smoke [Sinclair's] voice is still urgent; it still has things to tell us. Of we know what's good for us, we'll listen.” —Jon Day,Financial Times

      “Inventive, dazzling, arresting. A superb chronicle of an impossible dream that has descended to a nightmare.” —New Statesman on Ghost Milk

      “Brilliant, superb. Sinclair has gone from cult author to national treasure.” —Robert Macfarlane,The Guardian on Ghost Milk

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