Preliminary Materials for a Theory of the Young-Girl

Written by Tiqqun
The Young-Girl is not always young; more and more frequently, she is not even female. She is the figure of total integration in a disintegrating social totality. READ MORE

The Conflict How Modern Motherhood Undermines the Status of Women

Written by Elisabeth Badinter
In the pathbreaking tradition of Backlash and The Time Bind, The Conflict, a #1 European bestseller, identifies a surprising setback to women's freedom: progressive modern motherhood. READ MORE

Anna and Froga: Wanna Gumball?

Written by Anouk Ricard
Anouk Ricard’s Anna and Froga features the adventures of a little girl named Anna and her gang of animal friends. Anna’s best friend is the titular Froga, and they often hang out with Bubu the dog (an aspiring artist), Christopher the gourmand earthworm, and Ron (a practical joker of a cat). With a sly humor, Ricard spins yarns that will delight and entertain the whole family. READ MORE

People

Written by Blexbolex
In his signature style Blexbolex meditates on mothers and fathers, dancers and warriors, gardeners and farmers, hypnotists and genies... READ MORE

Salvatore, Vol. 2: An Eventful Crossing

Written by Nicholas De Crecy
The next chapter of this highly acclaimed off-the-wall nominated for an Eisner series that never ceases to astonish and amuse! Salvatore the crack dog mechanic has now finished his rig and is off to all the way out somewhere in Latin America to his sweetheart pooch he has been pining for. READ MORE

Best of Enemies: A History of US and Middle East Relations

Written by David B.
A graphic history of US and Middle East Relations 1783–1953. It was an American who first described the “Barbary” lands of the Mediterranean basin as “the Middle East” – a region by which America, ever since its own revolutionary foundation, has always measured its power. READ MORE

A Game for Swallows : To Die, To Leave, To Return

Written by Abirached Zeina | Translated by Edward Gauvin
When Zeina was born, the civil war in Lebanon had been going on for six years, so it's just a normal part of life for her and her parents and little brother. The city of Beirut is cut in two, separated by bricks and sandbags and threatened by snipers and shelling. East Beirut is for Christians, and West Beirut is for Muslims. READ MORE

Prehistoric Times

Written by Written by Eric Chevillard | Translated by Alyson Waters
The narrator of Prehistoric Times might easily be taken for an inhabitant of Beckett’s world: a dreamer who in his savage and deductive folly tries to modify reality. READ MORE

Never Catch a Cold

Written by André François
The Cold is a strange animal that has mysteriously survived modern times... We know because we have often been forced to stay in bed with a cold for a couple days. Reprint of a cult children's book where André François imagines a universe full of puns and playfulness. READ MORE

The Investigation

Written by Philippe Claudel

The Investigator is a man quite like any other. He is balding, of medium build, dresses conservatively—in short, he is unremarkable in every way. He has been assigned to conduct an Investigation of a series of suicides (twenty-two in the past eighteen months) that have taken place at the Enterprise, a huge, sprawling complex located in an unnamed town.

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New York in Pyjamarama

Written by Michaël Leblond | Illustrations by Frédérique Bertrand | October 25, 2012
Join our pyjama clad hero as he leaves his bedroom to see the sights of New York at night time. Dodge the traffic, be dazzled by the lights on Broadway and take in the heights of the Big Apple’s dizzying skyline. READ MORE

Facing the Torturer

Written by François Bizot | October 23, 2012
The author of the acclaimed memoir The Gate now gives us a mesmerizing account of his personal relationship with one of the most infamous torturers of the twentieth century, and of his transformative experience observing and participating in that man’s recent trial for war crimes. READ MORE

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