New Releases: Get Ready for Hot Takes

Every now and then, a book drops that dominates the literary landscape. Sometimes they are highly anticipated releases of noteworthy fiction, other times a new book about a life or even cookbooks that highlight a new dietary fad or nutritional-based lifestyle change. This month, the headliner is a sobering account of the capabilities of the…

New Releases 11/12/19

This is a big week for LGBT releases. Also new literature on cultural appropriation, the state of Trump, the Pentagon and the environment (and Greta!), a 2019 Economics Nobel Prize Winner and some new history and award-winning fiction. Check em’ out below. Most of these titles will be available starting tomorrow at Root and Press…

The Carrying by Ada Limón

Ada Limón’s ​The Carrying introduces a deeply personal collection of poems and is recognized as her boldest work yet. Unlike Bright Dead Things, the National Book Award finalist ​which examines the ideals of a youthful and brutal reality, ​The Carrying ​presents its readers with a sense of longing and obscurity. This intricate collections tackles topics…