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Renamed River North Editions in 2011, this collection includes some of the world's most respected scholarly presses, with titles appropriate to upper-level college courses and to retailers and libraries serving readers with serious intellectual interests.

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Updated July 22, 2016

The Unknown Hunstman >

The Unknown Huntsman

"A thoroughly enjoyable read... If you like offbeat, avant-garde humour with a little darkness, then The Unknown Huntsman will appeal... translator Katherine Hastings has performed a worthy service to English readers, for I cannot imagine this book being any more humorous in its original language."

-The Miramichi Reader

Outcasts >

Outcasts

"In Outcasts: A Novel of Mary Shelley (Wings Press), science fiction author and critic Sarah Stegall — after obviously thorough research — explores three days in June of 1816, when the newly married Shelleys and their infant son William were staying near Lord Byron’s villa on Lake Geneva with Mary’s half-sister Claire Clairmont [...] Stegall’s writing is so perfectly evocative of those times, so emotionally powerful, that segue into the incomparable science fiction classic feels utterly seamless."

-The Monitor

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