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  1. A People's Art History of the United States (paperback)

    A People's Art History of the United States: 250 Years of Activist Art and Artists Working in Social Justice Movements


    Inspired by the pathbreaking work of Howard Zinn, A People’s Art History of the United States is propelled by a democratic vision of art, showing that art doesn’t just belong within the confines of museums and archives. In fact, art is created every day in the street and all around us, and everyone deserves to be a part of it. Learn More
  2. Adventure Time: The Enchiridion And Marcy's Super Secret Scrapbook!!!

    Adventure Time: The Enchiridion And Marcy's Super Secret Scrapbook


    Dive deeper into the secrets of Adventure Time with this mysterious mash-up of The Enchiridion (the ancient book for heroes, as featured in several key episodes of the series) and Marceline the Vampire Queen’s childhood diary. Learn More
  3. Ametora

    Ametora: How Japan Saved American Style


    Look closely at any typically “American” article of clothing these days, and you may be surprised to see a Japanese label inside. Learn More
  4. Anibal 5

    Anibal 5


    The European Defense Organization (EDO) is entrusted with protecting the Earth from cosmic terrorists bent on the destruction of humanity. Learn More
  5. The Arab Of The Future

    Arab Of The Future: A Graphic Memoir


    In striking, virtuoso graphic style that captures both the immediacy of childhood and the fervor of political idealism, Riad Sattouf recounts his nomadic childhood growing up in rural France, Gaddafi's Libya, and Assad's Syria - but always under the roof of his father, a Syrian Pan-Arabist who drags his family along in his pursuit of grandiose dreams for the Arab nation. Learn More
  6. Batman: The Road To No Man's Land Vol. 1

    Batman: The Road To No Man's Land Volume 1


    After a cataclysmic earthquake, those who refuse to vacate Gotham City live amid a citywide turf war. Learn More
  7. Battling the Gods

    Battling the Gods: Atheism in the Ancient World


    How new is atheism? Although adherents and opponents alike today present it as an invention of the European Enlightenment, when the forces of science and secularism broadly challenged those of faith, disbelief in the gods, in fact, originated in a far more remote past. Learn More
  8. Before I Get Old

    Before I Get Old: The Story of the Who


    Before I Get Old stands as one of the best books ever written about rock’n’roll Learn More
  9. Best American Comics 2015

    Best American Comics 2015


    "As I know well from my own field, true vitality consists of stuff that’s further off the radar of general acclaim. The influx of raw arrivals. The deep cuts." -Jonathan Lethem, from the Introduction Learn More
  10. Blankets (Drawn & Quartlery Edition)



    The graphic novel classic, available for the first time in a new Drawn & Quarterly edition! Blankets is the story of a young man coming of age and finding the confidence to express his creative voice. Learn More
  11. Brain: An Illustrated History of Neuroscience

    Brain: An Illustrated History of Neuroscience


    Here is the essential guide to the human brain, an authoritative reference book and timeline that examines the three pounds of matter inside our heads that does all our thinking for us. Learn More
  12. Calf: A Novel

    Calf: A Novel


    The year was 1981. The US was entering a deep recession, Russia was our enemy, and John Hinckley, Jr.’s assassination attempt on President Ronald Reagan shocked the nation. It was also the year author Andrea Kleine learned her close childhood friend had been violently murdered by her socialite mother, Leslie DeVeau. Learn More
  13. Chapter and Verse

    Chapter and Verse: New Order, Joy Division and Me


    Founding member and guitarist of Joy Division and the lead singer of New Order, Bernard Sumner has been famous over the years for his reticence. Until now . . . Learn More
  14. Chesapeake Oysters

    Chesapeake Oysters: The Bay's Foundation And Fortune


    Crassostrea virginica, the eastern oyster. These humble bivalves are the living bones of the Chesapeake and the ecological and historical lifeblood of the region. Learn More
  15. Cinema Sewer Vol. 5

    Cinema Sewer Volume 5: The Adults Only Guide to History's Sickest and Sexiest Movies!


    The celebrated underground smash that is Cinema Sewer the magazine has been transformed and mutated into CINEMA SEWER: THE BOOK - and following the outstanding popularity of the first four books, VOLUME FIVE has been unleashed onto a now slightly-less-unsuspecting world! Learn More
  16. City of Clowns

    City of Clowns


    Oscar "Chino" Uribe is a young Peruvian journalist for a local paper. Learn More
  17. The Clasp

    Clasp: A Novel


    Part comedy of manners, part treasure hunt, the much-anticipated first novel from the writer whom David Sedaris calls "perfectly, relentlessly funny" Learn More
  18. Comedians

    Comedians: Drunks, Thieves, Scoundrels, and the History of American Comedy


    In The Comedians, comedy historian Kliph Nesteroff brings to life a century of American comedy with real-life characters, forgotten stars, mainstream heroes and counterculture iconoclasts. Based on over two hundred original interviews and extensive archival research, Nesteroff’s groundbreaking work is a narrative exploration of the way comedians have reflected, shaped, and changed American culture over the past one hundred years. Learn More
  19. Convergence



    Where do worlds go when they die? Learn More
  20. Dear Mr. You

    Dear Mr. You


    A wonderfully unconventional literary debut from the award-winning actress Mary-Louise Parker. Learn More
  21. Disco's Out...Murder's In!

    Disco's Out...Murder's In!: The True Story of Frank the Shank and L.A.'s Deadliest Punk Rock Gang


    Famous for its revolutionary aspects in musical, political, sexual identity and consumerist ideas, punk rock also has its lesser-known gangster ethos as well, explained here by players in the various punk gangs. Learn More
  22. Drawing Blood

    Drawing Blood


    Art was my dearest friend.
    To draw was trouble and safety, adventure and freedom.
    In that four-cornered kingdom of paper, I lived as I pleased.
    This is the story of a girl and her sketchbook. Learn More
  23. Duff Bakes

    Duff Bakes: Think and Bake Like a Pro at Home - SIGNED


    Duff will be signing copies of his new book at Atomic Books on Wed. Nov. 11. You can pre-order a signed copy today. Learn More
  24. Erratic Facts

    Erratic Facts


    Kay Ryan—"a classic American poet" (John Freeman)—is acclaimed for her highly intelligible, deeply insightful poems. Erratic Facts is her first new collection since the Pulitzer Prize-winning The Best of It, and it is animated with her signature swift, lucid, lyrical style. Learn More
  25. Face Paint

    Face Paint: The Story of Makeup


    Makeup, as we know it, has only been commercially available in the last 100 years, but applying decoration to the face and body may be one of the oldest global social practices. Learn More

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