NEW THIS WEEK

This week's new releases! See what's hit our shelves in the past 7 days.

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  1. Lapham's Quarterly
  2. Life Of A Mansion

    Life of a Mansion: The Story of Cooper Hewitt, Smithsonian Design Museum

    $14.95

    Life of a Mansion tells the story of the building that Cooper Hewitt, Smithsonian Design Museum calls home. Learn More
  3. Lobster Johnson Volume 4

    Lobster Johnson Volume 4: Get the Lobster

    $19.99

    The secret history of the Lobster—Revealed! Learn More
  4. Love 2015 Wall Calendar

    Love 2015 Wall Calendar

    $18.00

    Nikki's calendars have become a staple in kitchens, offices and schools. Each image is an original papercut, cut from a single piece of paper. Learn More
  5. Lunch Poems

    Lunch Poems

    $14.95

    Lunch Poems, first published in 1964 by City Lights Books as number nineteen in the Pocket Poets series, is widely considered to be Frank O'Hara's freshest and most accomplished collection of poetry. Learn More
  6. Men Explain Things To Me

    Men Explain Things To Me (hc)

    $15.95

    In her comic, scathing essay "Men Explain Things to Me," Rebecca Solnit took on what often goes wrong in conversations between men and women. Learn More
  7. Modern Matter #7

    Modern Matter #7

    $15.00

    Technology, Style, Conceptual Art. Learn More
  8. Monster Children #45

    Monster Children #45

    $11.99

    A street art/fashion/style/culture magazine. Learn More
  9. Moon Maryland

    Moon Maryland: Including Washington DC

    $16.99

    Area native Michaela Riva Gaaserud provides travelers with an insider’s perspective on one of the nation’s most historically significant states. Learn More
  10. Motherland (paperback)

    Motherland: A Novel (Maria Hummel)

    $15.95

    Motherland is inspired by stories from the author’s father and his German childhood, and letters between her grandparents that were hidden in an attic wall for fifty years. It is the author’s attempt to reckon with the paradox of her father—a product of her grandparents’ fiercely protective love and their status as Mitläufer, Germans who “went along” with Nazism, first reaping its benefits and later its consequences. Learn More

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