An in-depth look at Marianne Moore's elaborately constructed, multi-dimensional poems of her 1950s-60s celebrity phase, in which, cross-dressed as George Washington, she presented her poetry as part of a comedic performance.264 pp.
An evocative memoir tells the story of a love that has lasted for over 50 years, recounting Leslie Cohen's quest to build gay and feminist oases in New York, including the groundbreaking women's nightclub Sahara.235 pp.
An orphaned Hmong refugee shares his harrowing and inspiring story of escape, survival and settlement in America.160 pp.
Dreaming of a tropical cruise through sun-drenched Caribbean waters, two college students with summer commercial fishing experience sign on as part of a small crew delivering a boat to Seattle via the Panama Canal. They barely escape with their lives—and one outrageous, thrilling sea story.145 pp.
Filled with personal anecdotes as well as expert observation, investigation, and analysis, longtime agricultural economist Desmond O'Rourke recounts 50 years of Washington State's dynamic, internationally competitive tree fruit industry.277 pp.