They have to fight to overcome one glaring statistic: Only 3 percent of the books published in the US each year are books in translation.
This is the story of Malcolm X – a man who was in turns hustler, criminal, convict, convert, and finally, a martyr for his cause.
These 18 gritty tales – edited by award-winning Haitian author Edwidge Danticat – offer unique perspectives on life in the struggling nation.
Saul Bellow’s letters may not be stylistic gems – but they reveal much about the man who wrote them.
A moving story of political and personal turmoil set in the Ethiopia of the 1970s.