Columbia University Books


A Range of Authors to Learn From

Whether you want to examine what it means to raise a child in a time full of contradictions and moral complexity in Heidi Julavits's Directions to Myself; explore how David Helfand reconstructs the history of the universe with the help of atoms in The Universal Timekeepers; learn about musician Henry Threadgill's singular life, told with ease by Brent Hayes Edwards in Easily Slip into Another World: A Life in Music; lose yourself in Lone Women, a novel by Victor LaValle about Montana homesteaders with deep secrets; or dig deeper with our series of "Off the Shelf" interviews with Columbia's authors, there's something for you here. Below, search through our ever-updating archive of books by Columbia authors by last name, genre, and keywords to find the next book on your reading list.

Columbia Books & Authors

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