The tale of Ramses the Great continues . . . A glorious, fantastical romp of ancient times and the Edwardian age--set in 1914, that began with Anne Rice's extravagant and compelling bestselling saga, The Mummy, and continues with this long-awaited new novel in the Ramses series.
The original manga that became a legendary anime franchise, now in a complete collector's box set. Includes three large-sized hardcover volumes, plus a collectible lithograph by creator Shirow Masamune.Mature/18+
“Finally, a celebration of strong women and strong cocktails! Lovingly hand-drawn and deliciously punny, Merrily Grashin's collection of enhanced classic cocktails and original artwork is a tribute to women—like Grashin herself—who inspire us to break all the rules.”—Stephanie Danler, New York Times bestselling author of SweetbitterThe perfect mix of punny humor, feminist verve, and practical instruction, Women's Libation! is a cocktail guide for the lady who likes to shake things up (and not just her martinis). In it, Brooklyn-based illustrator and long-time bartender Merrily Grashin toasts the feminist heroes who've come before us and the social movements that have helped shape us, honoring each with a delicious, imaginative cocktail. Beautifully appointed in a paper-over-board package with two-color interiors, each spread features an original illustration for every boozy beverage and a brief reflection on the historical figure, event, or movement in women's history on which the drink is based. With new twists on classic cocktails as well as inventive new libations, Grashin's recipes will educate you as you imbibe, including such gems as:• Joan of Arc & Stormy• Vermouth Bader Ginsberg• Emma Gold-Manhattan• Rosé the Riveter• Simone de Boulevardier• Margaret Sanger-iaFeaturing 75 recipes that even the novice bartender can make at home, Women's Libation! is the perfect host gift to share at a party or to give to a feminist friend in need of some cheer.
From the team that created the USA Today and Wall Street Journal bestseller The Daily Stoic, an elegant journal to help readers apply the stoic principles of wisdom and virtue in today's tumultuous world.
On Monday, May 9th, the Pulitzer Prize winners were announced from Columbia University. Notable winners from the Books, Drama, and Music category were THE NETANYAHUS for fiction and INVISIBLE CHILD for nonfiction. Both books delve into certain ugly truths, whether by taking a comedic approach to point them out or by using a heart-wrenching narrative.