Book List in Order: 12 titles


  • Sixty years after the publication of his first novel, Cat Man, Edward Hogland is publishing his twenty-fifth book at the age of eighty-three. This capstone novel, set in Vermont’s Northeast Kingdom, introduces Press, a stockbroker going blind. Pres...



  • From the pages of the New Yorker , Esquire , and the Paris Review , Edward Hoagland's collected stories are dazzling (Ann Beattie). Saul Bellow called him one of the very best writers of his generation. Newsweek praised him as a marvelous wr...



  • Edward Hoagland, best known for his essays, is also an extraordinary writer as fiction, as readers of his stories "The Final Fate of Alligators" and "Kwan's Coney Island" can attest. First published in periodicals such as The Paris Review, Esquire, T...



  • This is not the Africa of Isak Dinsen or Joy Adamson. This is the Africa of civil wars and tribal massacres, where the Lord’s Resistance Army drafts child-soldiers after forcing them to kill their parents and eat their hearts. The aid workers who v...





  • SEVEN RIVERS WEST chronicles the adventures of Cecil Roop, an easterner drawn to the West in the 1880s in search of a grizzly cub to bring back east to show on the Vaudeville circuit. During his quest--which evolves into a hunt for a bigfoot--he pick...



  • Hoagland ( The Tugman's Passage ) is best known as an essayist and travel and nature writer, but he is also an accomplished fiction writer, as this collection of early stories attests. These seven short stories and one brief essay are, he says in the...



  • A collection of four new and thirty-one previously published essays, Edward Hoagland offers his observations on a remarkably broad range of topics, including life, love, marriage, children, suffering, the city, and isolation....