Randall Klein’s favorite book is The Phantom Tollbooth.
I have never finished reading my favorite book. This may sound incongruous, but the truth is that any time I “finish” Sartre’s ‘The Words’, I simply start it again. For many years, I have always been somewhere in the process of reading this quietly brilliant book. Sartre’s memoir is one of paradox.
Erin Cox shares her favorite books with us.
Greg Galant’s favorite book is The Power Broker.
Stephanie O’Cain’s favorite book is Written on the Body.
Jaime Morganstern’s favorite book is Love Story.
Dylan Moulton’s favorite book is…
Bethany Heitman’s favorite book is In Cold Blood.
Christine Duplessis’s favorite book is…
Lauren Cerand tells us about her favorite books.
To celebrate the holidays we asked some of our favorite people in publishing what their favorite book was. Let us know in the comments what your favorite book is and be sure to check back throughout the week for more “favorites”. Mark Sarvas runs the literary blog The Elegant Variation. His criticism has appeared in […]
Andew DeSio’s favorite book is Fear and Loathing in Las Vegas.
Andrew Goldberg’s favorite book is…
In an effort to get to know our Oxford University Press staff better, we are featuring Q&A’s filled out by our staff in different offices. Read on for our Q&A with Stuart Roberts, editorial assistant for our religion and theology Academic/Trade books in New York.
In honor of Breast Cancer Awareness Month, we’ve pulled the following excerpt from Surviving Triple-Negative Breast Cancer: Hope, Treatment, and Recovery by Patricia Prijatel. She provides a quick guide on how to eat healthy in order to better fight the disease.
William Safire calls The Oxford American Writer’s Thesaurus his “favorite new word-finder” and lists it as one of his “books on language” gift books for 2005. He goes on to say it is “chockablock with useful advice: “Novel manages to pack into five positive letters that ‘unusual,’ ‘unfamiliar,’ ‘unconventional,’ ‘untested,’ ‘untried,’ ‘unknown’ and ‘unorthodox’ have […]