A celebration of the band's 50th anniversary shares stories from original interviews with Beckley, Bunnell, and many others, into a dynamic cultural history of America the band and America the nation. 220 pp.
A professional dancer's personal journey over four decades, across three continents and 23 countries, through defining moments in the story of black dance in America, presents the inspiring story of an accomplished dance artist who has boldly developed and proclaimed her identity as a black woman. 378 pp.
The first memoir written by a person with Down syndrome. 148 pp.
A perceptive study chronicles the life and work of Thomas Savage, a 20th-century American novelist of the West, paying special attention to his conflicted sexuality as a married gay man in the rural West and explaining why his writing has been neglected but is now enjoying a resurgence. 257 pp.
Explores the magical transformation of shy country girl Anna Mae Bullock into the boisterous force of nature we know today as Tina Turner. 215 pp.