A high school counselor by day and photographer by night explores dark portraiture in "Michael Winters: Friends and Muses."
Joel Christian Gill reveals uncelebrated but important pieces of black history in his graphic novel "Strange Fruit, Volume 1."
Don't miss this life-is-stranger-than-fiction memoir from a New Hampshire filmmaker who now calls LA (aka Kookooland) home.
“We Thought You’d Never Ask” by Adele Maurier with illustrations by Peter Noonan uses humor and whimsy to teach children about life in the period that extends from the Triassic through the Cretaceous eras.
A collection of Edie Clark's essays that appeared over 25 years in Yankee Magazine.
The classic sensational novel seen through an academic’s eye.
A photographer shows the state’s emerging cultural diversity.
An expert look at how NH has shaped presidential elections over the last century.
Sue Anne Bottomley visited - and drew - every city and town in New Hampshire.