Tag: FPR Books
Plutocratic Socialism and the Corruption of Democracy
Mark Mitchell's book is the latest title published under the FPR Books imprint. If this excerpt whets your appetite, do order a copy of...
The Seven Ranges
I go forth strangely heartened and even hopeful that I might succeed in my attempt to describe and perhaps even explain the hill country presently looming off our port bow.
Family-centered trades are not only the most durable throughout history; they are also the ideal context by which parents can pass their values, faith and culture on to the next generation.
Introduction to Real Characters
"What we have for neighbors out here is–well–more interesting. We have way more folks who are just themselves and nobody else.”
Culinary Plagiarist: An Interview with the “Author”
Recently FPR's Bar Jester sat down with the Culinary Plagiarist to discuss a new book by Jason Peters, The Culinary Plagiarist: (Mis)Adventures of a Lusty, Thieving, God-Fearing Gourmand.
Telling the Stories Right
Though he may be better known as an essayist or poet, Berry calls himself a storyteller, and the best introduction to his agrarian vision is his fiction.
FPR Books: A New Publishing Venture
For four years, with the exception of our annual conference, FPR has been primarily a digital venture. But like most reasonably healthy men and...