Lewis, Andrew S

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The Drowning of Money Island: A Forgotten Community’s Fight Against the Rising Seas Threatening Coastal America

A cautionary tale to add to the corpus of environmental nonfiction, this book humanizes the experience in ways that others have not.


O, Africa!

As it confronts early 20th-century attitudes on race, gender, and sexuality, this work of literary historical fiction throws a mirror up to contemporary America. The result is a compelling, high-spirited portrayal of a world at once constrained and brazen and attempting to break free of the bonds of both commerce and convention. [See Prepub Alert, 12/16/13.]

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