Pitched in the tradition of BETTYVILLE and THE TENDER BAR, the coming-of-age journey of a gender non-conforming male trying to navigate the blind alleys of traditional manhood facing the gauntlet of masculinity tests he feels destined to fail: the role models that don’t deliver, the TV tropes and archetypes that never seem to fit, as well as a universal story of finding one’s true identity. Sadowski is Executive Director of the Bard Early College Initiative and education faculty member. ( University of Wisconsin Press in the Living Out series/World Rights/Spring 2021)
From the co-author of the bestselling FRESHMAN SURVIVAL GUIDE comes a warm, compassionate guide to the next big transition in young people’s lives: your twenties. (Thomas Nelson/World Rights/Spring 2021)
A leading researcher makes the argument that mindfulness can be invaluable throughout life and help us to meet the challenges at every stage. (Guilford, World Rights, Fall 2020)
Star of the Emmy-nominated CBS show HOT BENCH, Judge Tanya Acker offers ten comprehensive lessons to demystify courtroom proceedings, laying out all the professional insider information one needs to survive in civil court. (Diversion Books, Summer 2020, North American Rights)
Julia Cameron meets Mary Pipher in this profound guide to writing your way through the dark times of life. Drawing on a growing body of research on post-traumatic growth, Pearce–a researcher, educator and clinical psychologist–reveals dealing with the challenges of loss, grief and tragedy can be a catalyst for transformation. Pearce uses the metaphor of flowers that bloom in the night, such as the Moonflower, the Casablanca Lily and the Night Rose to provide hope and healing. Pearce is Assistant Professor at the University of Maryland, Baltimore and adjunct at Duke University Medical Center (Ixia Press/Dover Publications/World English language/Fall 2020).