British Supreme Court rules that pianist James Rhodes can publish his memoir British Supreme Court rules that pianist James Rhodes can publish his memoir

Last year, we reported on a British legal case so weird that it was hard to summarize it in a pithy headline. The post’s headline was “British legal case soRead more »

Melville House is an independent publisher with offices in Brooklyn and London.

Academics, librarians, booksellers, and Melville House wackos: Sign up for one of our newsletters for updates and exclusive offers.

Melville House News

“Persuasive… Graeber’s aim was to start a conversation on the boondoggles and benefits of bureaucracy. In that regard, he has ticked all the right boxes.”
The Observer (UK), on The Utopia of Rules

“Suspenseful, conspiratorial, digressive… This wildly inventive, remarkably assured debut is entirely Disabato’s own.”
Globe and Mail (Canada), on The Ghost Network

“Leon Neyfakh’s book does the heady work of trying to understand what makes an artist, and whether one can live in the world as we have organized it. In the process he uses his incisive journalistic voice to tackle masculinity, friendship and identity with humor, grace and real depth.”
Lena Dunham, on The Next Next Level

More from MobyLives! »

That Whale is Out There, Man!