So happy that Blue Horses will be joining our Mary Oliver collection in October!

Don’t miss this event at Greenlight Bookstore in Brooklyn on July 9th! If not for the amazing authors, for the wine reception to follow!
Celeste Ng will be discussing her debut novel with Catherine Chung, author of Forgotten Country. This event is co-hosted by the Asian American Writers Workshop. More information is available here 

Don’t miss this event at Greenlight Bookstore in Brooklyn on July 9th! If not for the amazing authors, for the wine reception to follow!

Celeste Ng will be discussing her debut novel with Catherine Chung, author of Forgotten CountryThis event is co-hosted by the Asian American Writers Workshop. More information is available here 

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We’re very excited to announce that ‘BELIEVER: My Forty Years in Politics,’ by David Axelrod, will be published on February 10!
"Whether as a child hearing John F. Kennedy stump in New York or as a strategist guiding the first African-American to the White House, Axelrod shows in ‘Believer’ how his own life stands at the center of the tumultuous American century."

Via POLITICO

We’re very excited to announce that ‘BELIEVER: My Forty Years in Politics,’ by David Axelrod, will be published on February 10!

"Whether as a child hearing John F. Kennedy stump in New York or as a strategist guiding the first African-American to the White House, Axelrod shows in ‘Believer’ how his own life stands at the center of the tumultuous American century."

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Inspired by the Jazz Age

These summer beach reads (chosen by O Magazine) will take you away!

"To me, a beach read is a book that just really enraptures you," Haber says. "It can be in any category, in any genre, but what it has to do is it has to really draw you in."

via the LA Library 
The Literary World Cup seems like our kind of sporting event! Willa Cather (for the classic reader) takes on Taiye Selasi (for the contemporary reader) in honor of last night’s game. 

via the LA Library

The Literary World Cup seems like our kind of sporting event! Willa Cather (for the classic reader) takes on Taiye Selasi (for the contemporary reader) in honor of last night’s game. 

In honor of Bloomsday, here’s some tips on how to get through (and enjoy!) Ulysses.  Read the rest of Matt’s post here

In honor of Bloomsday, here’s some tips on how to get through (and enjoy!) Ulysses.  Read the rest of Matt’s post here

We’re celebrating Bloomsday with a pint of Guinness and Kevin Birmingham’s book on the fifteen-year fight to publish James Joyce’s Ulysses!

We’re celebrating Bloomsday with a pint of Guinness and Kevin Birmingham’s book on the fifteen-year fight to publish James Joyce’s Ulysses!

For more than a decade, the book that literary critics now consider the most important novel in the English language was illegal to own, sell, advertise, or purchase in the US due to its obscenity.  Find out more about how the world came to say yes to Ulysses here

For more than a decade, the book that literary critics now consider the most important novel in the English language was illegal to own, sell, advertise, or purchase in the US due to its obscenity.  Find out more about how the world came to say yes to Ulysses here

via Mashable
Reading outside is the best part of Summer, here’s the season’s most-talked-about titles. Enjoy!

via Mashable

Reading outside is the best part of Summer, here’s the season’s most-talked-about titles. Enjoy!