Anis Shivani interviews James Hynes. Excellent. Check it out.
Dawn Raffel’s slim (precisely one hundred pages) swarm of stories is a stay-in-your-bloodstream-for-a-bit kind of book. It’s an opal of a work, milky, murky, lovely, with quick sentences that flash […]
Nicola Keegan’s Swimming, one of my favorite novels of 2009, hits the stands in paperback today (Tuesday), and I just want to wish this wonderful, powerful book all the best, […]
Interviewer: Do you see yourself as an outsider? Crumb: I don’t see myself as part of a tradition but apparently I am. Henry Miller kept coming to France during the […]
The Kids’ Book Club will meet the third Thursday of every month (September through May), from 7:00 to 8:00 PM, right here at the store. Lively discussion, a craft or […]