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The Barbarians

The Barbarians

Written by Alessandro Baricco, Translated by Stephen Sartarelli

From one of Italy’s most respected literary voices, a manifesto on the state of global culture and how connectivity is changing the way we experience it. For the gatekeepers of traditional high culture, the rise of young ambitious outsiders has indeed seemed like nothing short of a barbarian invasion. In this concise and powerful manifesto, Alessandro Baricco explores a handful of realms that have been “plundered”-wine, soccer, music, and books-and extrapolates that it is not a…

January 2014 | eBook | 164 pages | $25.95

The Boudoir Bible

The Boudoir Bible

Written by Betony Vernon, Illustrated by Francois Berthoud

A comprehensive and instructional guide to the new sexual landscape, covering “new territories” such as bondage, role playing, and sex toys that would make your parents blush. Since the publication of The Joy of Sex in 1972, the sexual landscape’s boundaries have been expanded to include a host of practices that are unthinkable in that classic tome. Although it also covers the basics, The Boudoir Bible fills those niches missing from other sex guides nicely, with…

April 2013 | eBook | $35.00

Carlo Ancelotti

Carlo Ancelotti

Written by Carlo Ancelotti and Alessandro Alciato, Foreword by Paolo Maldini

The entertaining, revealing, and controversial bestselling autobiography of one of the most respected figures in the world of soccer. Carlo Ancelotti is one of only six people to have won the Champions League—European soccer’s most coveted trophy—as both player and coach. After a successful career playing for several of the most important teams in Italy—and for the Italian national team—Ancelotti went on to become one of the most acclaimed and outspoken coaches in European football, managing…

October 2010 | eBook | $25.00

The Consolations of the Forest

The Consolations of the Forest

Written by Sylvain Tesson, Translated by Linda Coverdale

A meditation on escaping the chaos of modern life and rediscovering the luxury of solitude. Winner of the Prix Médicis for nonfiction, The Consolations of the Forest is a Thoreau-esque quest to find solace, taken to the extreme. No stranger to inhospitable places, Sylvain Tesson exiles himself to a wooden cabin on Siberia’s Lake Baikal, a full day’s hike from any “neighbor,” with his thoughts, his books, a couple of dogs, and many bottles of vodka…

October 2013 | eBook | $24.95

The Diary of a Nose

The Diary of a Nose

Written by Jean-Claude Ellena

An intimate exploration of inspiration and creativity, from the “parfumeur exclusif” of the house of Hermès. A scent has incantatory powers, capable of transporting you to your past, of kindling fantasies, of creating a vivid mise en scène—literally out of thin air. In the hands of the truly great, perfume creation is a kind of alchemy. Where does inspiration for this visceral art come from? How does one capture the essence of emotions, of desire? Jean-Claude…

January 2013 | eBook | $24.95

Exit Strategy: Ending the Tyranny of Finance

Exit Strategy: Ending the Tyranny of Finance

Written by Giulio Tremonti

From Italy’s former minister of economy and finance, a provocative and galvanizing jeremiad on the Euro crisis and the global economic status quo. As Europe’s debt crisis persists and the aftershocks of the 2008 collapse hinder recovery across the globe, Giulio Tremonti underscores the dangers that unchecked financial markets pose to democracy, and explains what nations must do to protect their autonomy. Condemning what he calls “marketism”—an insidious ideology that puts the speculative financial market above…

September 2012 | eBook | $24.95

Following St. Francis

Following St. Francis

Written by Marybeth Lorbiecki, Foreword by Bill McKibben

The first book to present the environmental teachings of this beloved pope—the newly canonized St. John Paul—and the hopeful words of Pope Francis, thoughtfully synthesized into a complete spiritual and practical vision for the future.

“The ecological crisis is a moral crisis.” So said Pope John Paul II, an unexpected and fierce advocate for ecological responsibility throughout his papacy. Rather than seeing environmental concerns as “earthly” or “political,” he showed that they are in fact at…

April 2014 | eBook | $25.95

Forever Chic

Forever Chic

Written by Tish Jett

For any woman who last saw forty on her speedometer comes a sparkling new primer for aging—the French way—with grace and style. Frenchwomen of a certain age (over forty) are captivating and complex. They appear younger than their years and remain stylish throughout their lives. They look at birthdays as a celebration of a life well-lived and perhaps a good reason to go shopping before they dress to perfection for a celebration of another anniversaire. American-born…

October 2013 | eBook | $29.95

The Gardener of Versailles

The Gardener of Versailles

Written by Alain Baraton, Translated by Christopher Brent Murray

For gardening aficionados and Francophiles, a love letter to the Versailles Palace and grounds, from the man who knows them best. In Alain Baraton’s Versailles, every grove tells a story. As the gardener-in-chief, Baraton lives on its grounds, and since 1982 he has devoted his life to the gardens, orchards, and fields that were loved by France’s kings and queens as much as the palace itself. His memoir captures the essence of the connection between gardeners…

February 2014 | eBook | $26.95

The Glass of Fashion

The Glass of Fashion

Written by Cecil Beaton, Foreword by Hugo Vickers

Gorgeously repackaged, this reissue of the classic book presents the iconic photographer’s expert and witty reminiscences of the personalities who inspired fashion’s golden eras, and left an indelible mark on his own sense of taste and style. “The camera will never be invented that could capture or encompass all that he actually sees,” Truman Capote once said of Cecil Beaton. Though known for his portraits, Beaton was as incisive a writer as he was a photographer….

September 2014 | eBook | 400 pages | $30.00

The Hills of Chianti

The Hills of Chianti

Written by Piero Antinori, Translated by Natalie Danford

The head of Italy’s “first family” of winemaking reflects on the Antinoris’ six-hundred-year legacy and a life of good food and drink in the hills of Tuscany. If you know wine, you know the name Antinori. Since 1385, this noble Florentine family has produced some of Italy’s finest wines. The Hills of Chianti tells the story of the Antinoris and the Tuscany they call home, through seven iconic bottles that define their legacy. From the Tignanello…

September 2014 | eBook | 240 pages | $26.95

How To Be a Man

How To Be a Man

Written by Glenn O’Brien, Illustrated by Jean-Philippe Delhomme

The ultimate sartorial and etiquette guide, from the ultimate life and style guru. By turns witty, sardonic, and always insightful, Glenn O’Brien’s advice column has been a must-read for several generations of men (and their spouses and girlfriends). Having cut his teeth as a contributor at Andy Warhol’s Interview in its heyday, O’Brien sharpened them as the creative director of advertising at the hip department store Barneys New York for ten years before starting his advice…

April 2011 | eBook | $24.95

The Intelligent Golfer

The Intelligent Golfer

Written by Scott Martin and Bryan Curtis

Teaching golf’s subtle nuances, enabling the golfer of any level to enjoy the game to its fullest. While there are shelves of books on swing mechanics, this is the one guide that teaches what you really need to know to play golf—especially handling the social nuances and getting the most enjoyment from the game both on and off the course. Whether a duffer or a scratch player, The Intelligent Golfer will teach you something about the…

January 2011 | eBook | $14.95

Mamma Mia

Mamma Mia

Written by Beppe Severgnini

What is it in the operatic Italian psyche that allows-indeed, forgives, even applauds-Italy’s premier for conducting a lifestyle as decadent as a Fellini extravaganza, while organizing an ongoing string of questionable behaviors and politically incorrect gaffes not seen since the days of Nero? All this, and yet Mr. Berlusconi remains completely “understood” by so many of his countrymen-some of whom keep coming back for more!
Best-selling writer Beppe Severgnini, who by explaining America to Italians humorously…

October 2011 | eBook | $22.50

The Many Lives of Miss K

The Many Lives of Miss K

Written by Jean-Noel Liaut, Translated by Denise Raab Jacobs

A life of glamour and tragedy, set against the watershed cultural and political movements of twentieth-century Europe. “Toto” Koopman (1908–1991) is a new addition to the set of iconoclastic women whose biographies intrigue and inspire modern-day readers. Like her contemporaries Lee Miller or Vita Sackville-West, Toto lived with an independent spirit more typical of the men of her generation, moving in the worlds of fashion, society, art, and politics with an insouciant ease that would stir…

October 2013 | eBook | 256 pages | $24.95

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