"Here's what an e-reader is: a battery-operated slab, about a pound, one-half inch thick, perhaps with an aluminum border, rubberized back, plastic, metal, silicon, a bit of gold, plus rare metals such as columbite-tantalite (Google it) ripped from the earth, often in war-torn Africa. To make one e-reader requires 33 pounds of minerals, plus 79 gallons of water to refine the minerals and produce the battery and printed writing... "The adverse health impacts [on the general public] from making one e-reader are estimated to be 70 times greater than those for making a single book," says the Times.
-Bill Henderson, 'Books Without Batteries: The Negative Impacts of Technology'
Publishers Weekly's Soapbox




E-BOOKS
Most of our books are available digitally. While not every one of our backlist titles are available, you should find all frontlist titles on your gadgets.


FOREIGN LANGUAGE
The Drop Edge of Yonder is available as Zebulon in France courtesy of Christian Bourgois Editeur, and is forthcoming in German from Residenz Verlag.

Erotomania: A Romance is available as Erotomania: Una historia de amor in Spain courtesy of Tusquets Editores.

Some Things That Meant the World to Me is available as Tutto Quello Che Amo in Questa Vita al Contrario in Italy courtesy of Elliot Edizioni.

The People Who Watched Her Pass By is forthcoming in German from Residenz Verlag.


AUDIOBOOKS
The Drop Edge of Yonder, 1940, I Smile Back, Nog, The Cave Man, and Some Things That Meant the World to Me are available as audiobooks courtesy of Audible.com.

The Orange Eats Creeps and Damascus are available from Recorded Books. Radio Iris is forthcoming.