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“The poet Louise Bennett Coverley (1919–2006), a seminal figure of the Caribbean diaspora, is portrayed as a child who loves the melodious and creative lilt of Jamaican patois, the dialect her mother and neighbors speak to each other…Bright illustrations in creamily vivid color by Fernandes capture the richness of life reflected in the language”
- Publishers Weekly
"For a raunchier yet no less incisive take on the intricacies of gay sex, romance and search for community, Alex Espinoza’s “Cruising: An Intimate History of a Radical Pastime” takes readers on an inspired, greatest-hits tour of public bathrooms, bathhouses and wooded areas in cities the world over to reveal the scintillating backstory of anonymous gay sex and its evolution."-The San Francisco Chronicle
"The persistence of Faber & Faber, which is now celebrating ninety years as an independent publisher, makes for a remarkable case study. …The Faber story certainly speaks volumes about the mix of passion, shrewdness, and luck that it takes to keep such an operation afloat." - The New Yorker