Join contributors from Stranger's Guide, a travel publication that explores the power of place-based journalism to break down stereotypes and foster global citizenship, for a night of storytelling centered around the idea of confusion. Writers will each share tales from their travels, and explore the humor and insight that arises in times when they discovered that they’d completely misunderstood the world around them.
“Stranger’s Guide is ideal for its luscious photo spreads, and its features go deep into subcultures that, until now, only the luckiest of strangers might discover.” —Paris Review
“…a one-of-a-kind travel magazine, with a literary vibe that calls to mind Lapham’s Quarterly and McSweeney‘s” —Texas Monthly
An illustrated reader featuring a collection of essays from trailblazing curator and writer Helen Molesworth – the first book of her collected writings.
Over the past three decades, Helen Molesworth’s singular voice and lively curatorial vision has established her as one of the most dynamic and influential voices in the art world. This generously illustrated reader – the first ever collection of her writings – presents 24 essays from the past 30 years, gathered from exhibition catalogs and art publications such as Artforum, Documents, frieze, and October.
TenBerke publishes Transform with Monacelli, an argument for the regenerative reuse of old buildings.
"A manifesto and survey of contemporary practice by one of the leading offices in this domain." – Aspire Design + Home
"A new tome that outlines the New York studio's extensive experience and sustainable approach around adaptive reuse." – Wallpaper
A stunning personal manifesto on memory, family, and history that explores how we in America might—together—come to a new view of our shared past“Tracy K. Smith is one of the most beautiful and profound writers of our time. I wept and laughed my way through these gorgeous pages. She teaches us how our beloved ancestors remain our protectors and guides, and how—in Black life—past and present merge in the persistence of injustice and the resilience of our ancestral legacies.”—Imani Perry, author of South to America
Winter is coming and we love sharing our seasonal traditions with McNally kids and families. Join us to create a winter wonderland featuring 3-D paper gingerbread houses. Kids can "bedazzle" standalone houses (also known as cottages), then showcase their fairy tale visions in tabletop tableaus with faux snow, fir trees, and woodland animals. Kids can also make brilliant, and surprising, pop-up cards they can mail or hand-deliver to family and friends for the holidays. Perfect for kids 4 to 12, but all ages are welcome. Hosted by Yvonne Brooks.
Welcome to Casa Maria Luigia, Massimo Bottura and Lara Gilmore’s idyllic guest house in the Italian countryside!
Lara Gilmore and Massimo Bottura – the renowned chef behind three-Michelin-starred restaurant Osteria Francescana – designed Casa Maria Luigia to celebrate the hospitality and wonderful, earthy cuisine of Italy’s Emilia-Romagna region. Their one-of-a-kind guest house boasts not only exquisite food, but gorgeous interiors filled with contemporary art, unique design objects, and an impressive collection of Italian cars and motorcycles.
An inventive and stylish debut written by a Black educator, Wings of Red is a clear-eyed, funny, imperfect, and observant work of autofiction that grapples with the absurdity of the New York City educational system as a substitute teacher—that, in the end, reads as an ode to the city itself.
“Told in an epistolary format of journal entries, this work of autofiction invites the reader to experience the visceral immediacy of June’s life through his clever and humorous voice." —Katherine Ouellette, WBUR
"The stylish narrative voice propels this book. Jennings’ point of view is unlike any other." —Adam Vitcavage, Debutiful, A Most Anticipated Book of 2023
Yang's storytelling is a multigenerational, multilayered, multicultural masterpiece of searching for lasting empathetic connection. —Booklist, starred review
A positive and beautiful work of art that will make an indelible impression on readers. —SLJ, starred review