utopos creative criticism
Books in our Creative Criticism series expand the limits of criticism, drawing on a variety of genres, styles, and templates.
Our series of poetry features translations and original texts that will take you places you didn’t know existed.
Christopher Norris draws on a lifetime of involvement with music. Mostly know for his work in philosophy, literary theory, and the history of ideas, Norris has chosen a great range of verse forms, among them sonnet, terzanelle, quatrain, terza rima, ottava rima, and pantoum to treat individual composers, Purcell to Shostakovich and Philip Glass, and themes such as the tritone, or ‘devil in music’.
Our scholarly publications chart a direction that deviates from the trodden path of corporate academic publishing.
Know your Classics
Know your Classics is a collection of carefully selected texts offered in a new, informative and entertaining frame. Introduced by internationally acclaimed professors and cultural personalities this series provides readers with novel perspectives on texts that have stood the test of time. With a newly written biography of the author, each of our books in this series are given a modern, inviting typography that places these timeless works in our contemporary era. These are unmissable remixes of classics everyone should read.
The Tania series: Tania is a series of erotic romances that tells the story of the amorous awakening of a young girl. The first book, Tania, begins when she is 18 years old and dating Tony, a film worker eight years her senior. In her adventures with Tony she experiences love in a manner she could never have dreamed of, discovers her own desire, and her own capacity for betrayal. As her social life grows, Tania learns that sexuality is more complicated than she had thought and that our motives sometimes are less than perfect when we encounter other people. At the end of this tale she finds herself in the arms of a much older man and begins to wonder what it is her destiny to experience.