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What We Keep: Advice from Artists and Designers on Living with the Things You Love

A mix of coffee-table book, art guide, and home decorating title, the audience for this most naturally makes it a fit for larger collections and universities supporting design programs.
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The Curious Cocktail Cabinet: 100 Recipes for Remarkable Gin Cocktails

An enormously helpful guide on how to assemble creative cocktails for the next happy hour.
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A Great Gay Book: Stories of Growth, Belonging & Other Queer Possibilities

For librarians interested in expanding their LGBTQIA+ studies, literature, or arts collections, this book serves as a valuable source to complement existing scholarly works.

Women Money Power: The Rise and Fall of Economic Equality

This book excels at noting the ways societies undercut women. It’s a must-have that enhances gender studies, business, and sociology collections.
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Mother Doll

Imagining the afterlife has resulted in unforgettable recent novels like George Saunders’s Lincoln in the Bardo. Apekina’s hallucinatory use of occult communications transforms historical facts and emotional trauma into a phantasmagorical fable of Zhenia’s and Irina’s spiritual journeys. Balancing raucous hilarity with embedded pain, it may be the year’s weirdest one-of-a-kind read.

Black Caesars and Foxy Cleopatras: A History of Blaxploitation Cinema

An enjoyable, funny, and in-depth examination of Blaxploitation films and their influence on contemporary cinema and television
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Toxic: Women, Fame, and the Tabloid 2000s

This meticulously researched title devotes all of its attention to the sleazy ways in which women celebrities have been treated throughout contemporary history. It’s meticulously researched.

Ronan and the Endless Sea of Stars: A Graphic Memoir

Ronan’s lyrical, tragic story tells how death ends a life, not a relationship, and how forlorn lovers can savor their joy about those they love even while mourning their loss. Highly recommended.
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Outrageous: A History of Showbiz and the Culture Wars

A comprehensive, meticulously researched, generally left-of-center work about how industries intended to entertain were and remain cultural battlefields.
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