Summer 2010 catalog is now available as a downloadable PDF document. It contains information on all Italica Press publications, including title, author, ISBN, description, pricing, publication date, shipping weight, cover image, and formats. The catalog also contains hyperlinks to title entries on our web site (with complete title information), as well as an order form. The catalog may be viewed on screen or downloaded, printed, e-mailed or mailed to your colleagues or bookbuyers.
Of special note this Summer are several new and forthcoming titles. Foremost among these is Eileen Gardiner’s The Pilgrim’s Way to St. Patrick’s Purgatory, which was published this July.
Forthcoming titles include the chanson de geste, Elye of Saint-Gilles, presented in a dual-language edition with facing French and English. It is edited and translated by A. Richard Hartman and Sandra C. Malicote. Also forthcoming is Bernard André’s The Life of Henry VII, translated with an introduction by Daniel Hobbins.
Worth noting again are three recent publications: Medieval Renaissance Baroque edited by David A. Levine and Jack Freiberg; Camillo Agrippa’s Fencing: A Renaissance Treatise, translated and edited by Ken Mondschein; and Fierabras and Floripas: A French Epic Allegory, translated and introduced by Michael A.H. Newth.
Our titles are available through our own website, through online bookstores like Amazon.com, through your local or campus bookstore, or through e-book vendors and on handhelds, including the Kindle and iPad. Formats include hardcover and paperback, PDF, EPub and Kindle versions. Our titles are also offered through most major distributors. We hope that you will take a look at our offerings, and we look forward to hearing from you.