An acclaimed biography of the 16th U.S. president won the 2010 Lincoln Prize from the Civil War Institute at Gettysburg College. 1,034 pp.
Offers an intimate look at the challenges of directing NATO operations in Afghanistan, military intervention in Libya and preparation for war in Syria. 246 pp.
"Honey has made a remarkable case for the restoration and addition of these three remarkable women in to their rightful place in the canon." —"Gay & Lesbian Review." "An excellent book on a trio of under-read and often misunderstood poets. Maureen Honey's portrait of this unique cadre of modernists reveals the fascinating conflicts of politics and poetics that exemplify the Harlem Renaissance's artistic production." —Cherene Sherrard-Johnson, author of "Dorothy West's Paradise." 269 pp.
The eagerly-awaited Volume 2 delves deeper into Mark Twain's life, uncovering the many roles he played in his private and public worlds. Filled with his characteristic blend of humor and ire, the narrative ranges effortlessly across the contemporary scene. He shares his views on writing and speaking, his preoccupation with money and his contempt for the politics and politicians of his day. Affectionate and scathing by turns, his intractable curiosity and candor are everywhere on view. 733 pp.
Presents the true story of America's most infamous black outlaw. 179 pp.