"NEVER before have so many people been on the move. New opportunity, like a bright star, draws immigrants across the world. In every one of the past four generations my family has moved, hopping from Lithuania to what is now South Africa and on to Britain, Israel and the United States. Sometimes they have found success and happiness. But the other side of displacement, its black sun, is loss..." –Roger Cohen, author of THE GIRL FROM HUMAN STREET for +The New York Times
Help us spread the word about Kazuo Ishiguro's work by becoming a fan ambassador! Enter for your chance to win a SIGNED early copy of THE BURIED GIANT plus 5 copies of NEVER LET ME GO to share with family and friends! --- Enter here: http://snapp.to/1w5CWMX
I know I said this last month, but I’M SERIOUS THIS TIME: February’s
new titles are incredible. Narrowing this slew of awesome reads down to this list of 11 was, as my editor astutely stated, akin to
choosing a favorite child. We take our books very seriously here.
Reinier Gerritsen doesn’t think books will be around much longer. That’s why you see them everywhere you look in his series, “The Last Book,” which is on display at New York City’s Julie Saul Gallery through Feb. 7. Like a scientist cataloging the last of an endangered species, the Dutch photographer wandered the...
Dedicated to publishing distinguished fiction and nonfiction
Founded in 1915 by Alfred A. Knopf and his wife Blanche W. Knopf, the
house of Knopf has long been one of America's foremost book
publishers—known for both the quality of its authors and for the high
level of its book design and production.
We were unable to fetch any YouTube videos at this time. Please try again.
Videos are visible only to people they've been shared with.
We were unable to fetch any videos at this time. Please try again.