Book List:26 titles
  • Reynolds Price, novelist, poet, playwright and essayist, author of the bestseller Kate Vaiden and the recent Roxanna Slade, is one of the most accomplished writers ever to come out of the South. He is an author rooted in its old life and ways; and th...


  • Flying home to New York after a much needed getaway abroad, private art conservator Mabry Kincaid learns that his downtown loft has been devastated by the World Trade Center attacks. Unable to resume his normal life, he flies south to North Carolina ...


  • Having given voice in previous novels to the extraordinary Kate Vaiden, Blue Calhoun, and Roxanna Slade, Reynolds Price -- one of America's most respected men of letters -- adds Noble Norfleet to his gallery of compelling portraits. A few days befor...


  • A Moving Fable For Readers Of All Ages -- From National Book Critics Circle Award-Winning Author Reynolds Price Ben Barks loved elephants long before he'd seen one. He sometimes wondered how that love started.... It's been a whole year since Ben's mo...



  • The definitive anthology of Reynolds Price's accomplishments in poetry over four decades, The Collected Poems opens with a preface that discusses his beginnings, guides, and methods; it then includes his first three collections in their entirety -- V...


  • FOR THE FIRST TIME, THE ENTIRE MUSTIAN CYCLE IN ONE VOLUME, WITH A PREFACE BY THE AUTHOR Rosacoke Mustian initially "stood up, live from her first paragraph" in one of Reynolds Price's earliest short stories, "A Chain of Love," and Price made the be...


  • Not since Reynolds Price's award-winning, bestselling novel Kate Vaiden has he told a woman's story in her own voice. Roxanna Slade is this woman. Roxanna begins her story on her twentieth birthday -- a day that introduces her to the harsh realities...


  • Offering fresh new translations of the New Testament Gospels of Mark and John, based on the powerful Greek originals, the critically acclaimed author of The Promise of Rest introduces his own modern gospel that capture the mystery and power of the li...






  • In this stunning and fully independent conclusion to A Great Circle, Reynolds Price tells the complex, moving story of a man's return home to die of AIDS and of the unexpected effect that his arrival -- and his death -- has on his family. Wade Mayfi...


  • An anthology by one of America's most distinguished writers features fifty short stories, some of which appeared in earlier collections. By the author of Kate Vaiden and The Names and Faces of Heroes. 20,000 first printing....


  • "This starts with the happiest I ever was, though it brought down suffering on everybody near me. Short as it lasted and long ago, I've never laid it all out yet, not start to finish. But if I try and half succeed, you may wind up understanding thing...


  • Reynolds Price's long and distinguished career has been remarkable both for his virtuosity and for the variety of forms he has embraced -- novels, stories, poems, essays, translations and plays. Now one of America's most respected and accomplished me...


  • Reynolds Price's first book of poems since the critically accalimed 1986 volume, The Laws of Ice investigates this other temperament, less destructive than creative--even provocative where memory and desire meet--deeply embedded in the rhythms of the...


  • PERMANENT ERRORS First published early in Reynolds Price's career, here is a marvelous collection of stories revolving around those decisive moments in our lives when an act, a statement-or perhaps the withholding of either-determines a loss we will ...


  • Bridge Boatner has never forgotten the drama that unfolded at a summer camp in the Smoky Mountains in 1954. He was twenty-one then, art counselor at Camp Juniper, an environment lush with nature and buzzing with rowdy boys on the brink of manhood. In...



  • In this love story set in North Carolina and Tennessee, Wesley Beaver plans to abandon his thirty-year marriage to Rosacohe Mustian, but his decision forces them to confront questions of faith, commitment, and will, love and good heartedness...



  • Thomas Eborn, writer, husband and son, journeys through a maze of self-realization and despair when the death of his mother leads him to reexamine his past, present, and future. In four short days, a quickening spiral of accidents and crises lays bar...


  • The story of a North Carolina family focuses on the experiences of Rosacoke and her brother, Milo. A GENEROUS MAN Milo Mustain discovers glorious, various love, over the course of three incomparable days, taking him further than ever on the road to...


  • In middle age, Kate Vaiden begins to yearn to see the son she abandoned when she was seventeen. But if she decides to seek him, will he understand her or even want to see her? As Kate questions herself and remembers her history, a story unfolds as tr...



  • Published in 1975, The Surface of Earth is the monumental narrative that charts the slow, inextricable twining of the Mayfield and Kendal families. Set in the plain of North Carolina and the coast and hills of Virginia from 1903 to 1944, it chronicle...



  • On its initial publication in 1962, Eudora Welty said of A Long and Happy Life, "Reynolds Price is the most impressive new writer I've come across in a long time. His is a first-rate talent and we are lucky that he has started so young to write so ...