Two of our favorite people! Katie sat down with TV legend Norman Lear for Yahoo News, can’t wait to see the interview!

Two of our favorite people! Katie sat down with TV legend Norman Lear for Yahoo News, can’t wait to see the interview!

lastnightsreading:

Zadie Smith at the Brooklyn Book Festival, 9/21/14

lastnightsreading:

Zadie Smith at the Brooklyn Book Festival, 9/21/14

It’s a little chilly in the office today so we had to put our sweaters on, can’t believe it’s almost the first day of fall! 

It’s a little chilly in the office today so we had to put our sweaters on, can’t believe it’s almost the first day of fall! 

Norman Lear is the legendary producer of The Princess Bride, Stand by Me, This is Spinal Tap, and All in the Family among other favorites. He’s 92-years-old, is one of the first inductees into Television Academy’s Hall of Fame, was listed on Richard Nixon’s enemies list, and has 6 children ranging from 19-68. Even This I Get to Experience is a tell-all memoir about his life and show business career! 

Don’t miss personal shopper Betty Halbreich and designer Isaac Mizrahi discussing their favorite fashion at Barnes & Noble tonight! 

Don’t miss personal shopper Betty Halbreich and designer Isaac Mizrahi discussing their favorite fashion at Barnes & Noble tonight! 

"A lot of folks don’t have time to read books these days. But if you DO and you want to understand the world and the evil in it, I have a book recommendation for you: World Order by Henry Kissinger.”
p.s. make time to read every day! 

"A lot of folks don’t have time to read books these days. But if you DO and you want to understand the world and the evil in it, I have a book recommendation for you: World Order by Henry Kissinger.”

p.s. make time to read every day! 

Love this kind of reading recommendation! 

New plan for tonight: reread Born Round by Frank Bruni while eating guac!

New plan for tonight: reread Born Round by Frank Bruni while eating guac!

via The Atlantic 
Publishers gave away 122,951,031 books during World War II.
And, in the process, created a nation of readers.

via The Atlantic 

Publishers gave away 122,951,031 books during World War II.

And, in the process, created a nation of readers.

If you’re saying to yourself, “What the hell is going on?” This is your book.
-Colbert

If you’re saying to yourself, “What the hell is going on?” This is your book.

-Colbert