|Editors Saul Bellow and Keith Botsford|
This rich feast of writing, the fruit of a 50-year journalistic collaboration, features over 80 works of fiction, commentary and essays by some of the finest writers of our period. Most of these works have never been published in book form. A profoundly personal collection from two of our generation's leading writers.
Hardcover: ISBN: 1-902881-35-4 Pages: 1120 8¾"x6¾" US$ 39.95
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|Out of Nowhere|
O Brother! described as "extraordinarily direct and true," portrays the life of a con-artist infatuated with his mother, with sex and charm, and inhabiting a world of pure fantasy which reality always returns to destroy. Olga and Snow tells of a Russian waif who is bedded by a series of extraordinary figures from the Soviet Union, including a commissar for culture and a Nobel Prize dissident poet...
Paperback: ISBN: 1-902881-25-7 Pages: 304 8½"x6½" US$ 15.95 More Info...
The Mothers are the women in Jim Mount's life: his adoring (and rejected) mother, Felicita, and the four women he loved and lived with: Louise, a sexually voracious painter; Maria, Mount's real beloved, a mini-skirted prole; Natasha, she of the prodigiously curly hair and deadpan attitude, a rich man's wife; and Francine, who is leaving as the novel begins, the ultimate cool, Cartesian, perfect woman, in whose arms Mount thought he'd die...
Hardcover: ISBN: 1-902881-57-5 8¾"x5¾" US$ 19.95 More Info...
|The Republic of Letters Keith Botsford, ed.|
Our friends at News from The Republic of Letters have entrusted The Toby Press with the publication of their outstanding and unusual journal, published twice yearly. TRoL was founded by Saul Bellow and Keith Botsford, and continues to be edited by Botsford in his unique and imperious way. Now in journal form, TRoL features both new and newly discovered writings from American and European writers undeservedly lesser known.
Paperback: ISBN: 1-59264-088-5 8½"x5½" US$ 9.95