New In Paperback: February

We’re kicking off our Spring/Summer 2023 season with new paperbacks. Browse this list of titles newly available in paperback form, including our Savor the South Cookbooks, and be sure to browse all of our new paperbacks coming out this season.

Ends of War: The Unfinished Fight of Lee’s Army after Appomattox by Caroline E. Janney

2022 Gilder Lehrman Lincoln Prize

The Civil War Monitor’s Best Civil War Books of 2021

Finalist, 2022 Library of Virginia Literary Award in Nonfiction

2022 Richard Barksdale Harwell Award, Atlanta Civil War Round Table

Savor the South Cookbooks

“A sharp collection of slim, single-subject volumes exploring Southern Food.”—The New York Times

Each cookbook in our Savor the South® cookbook collection is a big celebration of a beloved food or tradition of the American South. Written by well-known cooks and food lovers, each book brims with personality, the informative and often surprising culinary and natural history of southern foodways, and a treasure of some fifty recipes—from delicious southern classics to sparkling international renditions that open up worlds of taste for cooks everywhere. You’ll want to collect them all.

Grandfather Mountain: The History and Guide to an Appalachian Icon by Randy Johnson

First Place and Best in Show 2017 Writing and Photography Contest, Eastern Chapter, Society of American Travel Writers

2016 Foreword INDIES Bronze Travel Book of the Year

Finalist, Thomas Wolfe Memorial Literary Award, Western North Carolina Historical Association

The Three Graces of Val-Kill: Eleanor Roosevelt, Marion Dickerman, and Nancy Cook in the Place They Made Their Own by Emily Herring Wilson

“For me, Wilson’s book counts as tough and wise, the best yet on the subject of Val-Kill’s genesis and history; beautifully written, too.”—Eleanor (Ellie) R. Seagraves, eldest grandchild of Eleanor Roosevelt

“For general readers, especially those interested in feminist biography. Those curious about the history and landscape of the Hudson Valley will also appreciate this detailed view of the little cottage on Fall-Kill Creek and its environs.”—Library Journal

Race, Removal, and the Right to Remain: Migration and the Making of the United States by Samantha Seeley

2022 Merle Curti Social History Award, Organization of American Historians

Honorable Mention, 2022 James A. Rawley Prize, Organization of American Historians

2022 Jon Gjerde Book Award, Midwestern History Association

“Highlights important issues to consider as further research on Indian Removal is tied to historiographies on slavery and the rights of free people of color in antebellum America.”—North Carolina Historical Review

You can browse our full list of Spring 23 paperbacks here.