• The cover of the book A Thousand Acres

    A Thousand Acres

    In this Pulitzer Prize-winning retelling of “King Lear,” an Iowa farmer divides his farm between his three daughters and it’s totally not contentious at all. Just kidding. “A Thousand Acres” tackles some of Shakespeare’s most timeless themes—love, justice, truth—and is a must-read for any fan of “King Lear.”

     
  • The cover of the book The Weird Sisters

    The Weird Sisters

    A perfectly-calibrated contemporary novel about family, with some of the best Shakespeare references you’ll find. The three daughters of a Shakespeare scholar move back to the college town where they were raised to help their ailing mother. What follows is a deeply-satisfying story of sisterhood, peppered with quotes from the Bard’s best.

     
  • The cover of the book The Bookman's Tale

    The Bookman's Tale

    An antiquarian bookseller relocates from North Carolina to the English countryside to mourn the death of his wife surrounded by what he loves best: books. Upon encountering an 18th century study of Shakespeare forgeries and a mysterious watercolor portrait, his life reignites in a quest to discover the true identity of the Bard, and Shakespeare’s connection to his own belated wife.