How to Fly (In Ten Thousand Easy Lessons)

How to Fly (In Ten Thousand Easy Lessons) offers emotionally rich reflections on the practical, the spiritual and the wild. The book’s interwoven sections form a carefully patterned whole, from its “How to” poems balancing wry pragmatism with illuminating wisdom, to its quiet, clear-eyed elegies examining death as a vivid slice of life. <read more>


How could two hardworking people do everything right in life, a woman asks, and end up destitute? Willa Knox and her husband followed all the rules as responsible parents and professionals, and have nothing to show for it but debts and an inherited brick house that is falling apart. <read more>

Flight Behavior: A Novel

Barbara Kingsolver returns to native ground in her fourteenth book, Flight Behavior. The novel is a heady exploration of climate change, along with media exploitation and political opportunism that lie at the root of what may be our most urgent modern dilemma. <read more>

The Lacuna

In her most accomplished novel, Barbara Kingsolver takes us on an epic journey from the Mexico City of artists Diego Rivera and Frida Kahlo to the America of Pearl Harbor, FDR, and J. Edgar Hoover. The Lacuna is a poignant story of a man pulled between two nations as they invent their modern identities. <read more>

Animal, Vegetable, Miracle

Hang on for the ride: With characteristic poetry and pluck, Barbara Kingsolver and her family sweep readers along on their journey away from the industrial-food pipeline to a rural life in which they vow to buy only food raised in their own neighborhood, grow it themselves, or learn to live without it. <read more>

Last Stand:
America's Virgin Lands

This book is an eloquent appreciation of America’s virgin lands, remnants of the once vast wilderness that have somehow survived. <read more> 

Small Wonder

In her new essay collection, the beloved author of High Tide in Tucson brings to us out of one of history's darker moments an extended love song to the world we still have. <read more>

Prodigal Summer

Prodigal Summer weaves together three stories of human love within a larger tapestry of lives inhabiting the forested mountains and struggling small farms of southern Appalachia. <read more>

The Poisonwood Bible

The Poisonwood Bible is a story told by the wife and four daughters of Nathan Price, a fierce, evangelical Baptist who takes his family and mission to the Belgian Congo in 1959. <read more>

High Tide In Tucson

In these twenty-five newly conceived essays, she returns once again to her favored literary terrain to explore the themes of family, community, and the natural world. <read more>

Pigs In Heaven

A phenomenal bestseller and winner of the Los Angeles Times Book Award for fiction, Pigs in Heaven continues the story of Taylor and Turtle, first introduced inThe Bean Trees. <read more>

Another America

Barbara Kingsolver’s luminous book of poems is a deeply moving and beautifully crafted exploration of American society and our individual place within it. With stunning imagery, the poems give voice to themes ranging from resistance to violence and war to finding one’s inner courage and strength as a woman. <read more>

Animal Dreams

Animal Dreams is a suspenseful love story and a moving exploration of life's largest commitments. With this work, the acclaimed author of The Bean Trees and Homeland and Other Stories sustains her familiar voice while giving readers her most remarkable book yet. <read more>

Holding The Line: Women In The Great Arizona Mine Strike

Based on hundreds of hours of interviews with strikers and their families, Holding the Line is an account of eighteen months—between June 1983 and December 1985—during which a strike against the Phelps Dodge Copper Corporation permanently altered the social order in several southwestern mining towns. <read more>

Homeland and Other Stories

With the same wit and sensitivity that have come to characterize her highly praised and beloved novels Animal Dreams and The Bean Trees, Barbara Kingsolver gives us a rich and emotionally resonant collection of twelve stories.  <read more>

The Bean Trees

a story about love and friendship, abandonment and belonging, and the discovery of surprising resources in apparently empty places. <read more>