January's coming to a close, and if you've been following literary channels across social media then you know it's been an especially bumpy ride in this very young year. Luckily, we've got some new releases to take the sour taste out of our mouths -- the likes of which include a pair of #ownvoices stories … Continue reading New Releases for the End of January!
This week on The BookPeople Podcast we've got YA superstar and local author, Carolyn Cohagan. She stopped by BookPeople earlier this month to read from and sign the finale to her beloved Time Zero Trilogy, Time's Up. Listen along here and be sure to snag a signed copy of Time's Up while we've got 'em! About the book: Could … Continue reading Carolyn Cohagan on The BookPeople Podcast!
We're nearly through with January, but the New Releases keep coming in hotter and hotter. This week we debut a few thrilling titles, namely a new novel from the godfather of Cyberpunk, William Gibson, and a searing true crime page-turner from a debut author. Read up on the titles we're most excited for this week … Continue reading Out With the Old, In with the *NEWEST RELEASES* of January!
Hi friends! We're introducing a new blog series so you can better get to know your friendly, local booksellers! This month we're featuring Thomas W, a true BookPeople staple, known for his unmatched character voices at storytime and supreme Dungeon Master skills. You can always count on Thomas for good humor and camaraderie! An expert … Continue reading Meet the Bookseller: Thomas W.
This week's episode of The BookPeople Podcast features a panel of crime fiction writers, editors, and historians discussing the enigmatic private eye in classic and contemporary crime fiction. MysteryPeople Crime Fiction Coordinator, Scott Montgomery, leads a discussion with Matt Coyle, Tim Maleeny, Laura Oles, Tim Bryant, Billy Kring, and Jeff Vorzimmer. Listen to the talk here … Continue reading MysteryPeople Returns to The BookPeople Podcast!
The second week of the New Year is bringing us some outstanding new releases -- among them, a poetry collection from a National Book Award finalist, newly un-earthed stories from a legend of the Harlem Renaissance, and a "powerful portait" of Silicon Valley. Discover your next read here! The Conference of the Birds by Ransom Riggs … Continue reading A Bevy of Gorgeous New Releases (1/14)!
This week's episode of The BookPeople Podcast features award-winning photojournalist and writer, Alyssa Banta, with her latest, The Texas Ranch Sisterhood. Her talk concerns the year she spent following more than a dozen Texas women through their grueling daily routines, from the messy confines of the working chute to the sprawling reaches of the back pasture. They … Continue reading Alyssa Banta on the BookPeople Podcast
Happy (late) New Year, readers! 2020's here with its new releases and we can hardly contain the excitement over some of our, as of yet, still secret events programming. It's also BookPeople's 50th anniversary of operations, so we're extra jazzed to be going strong right around now. We're thrilled for everything we've got in store for … Continue reading A Thrilling New Year of New Releases!
Happy New Year, Readers and Listeners! The first episode of BookPeople's 2020 season is now live! Before we kick off our programming for the year, listen here to replay our November event between Amy Edwards and Austin-based author Carolyn Cohagan. The pair discuss Edwards' latest novel, The Trouble with Becoming a Witch! About the book: For … Continue reading Amy Edwards on the BookPeople Podcast!
2020 is just around the corner, but before we get there we're going to talk you up all the new books coming out on this final New Release Tuesday of the year (and DECADE!!). This lineup of books has #NewYearNewMe written all over it - there's a good helping of titles to get you thinking … Continue reading A New Year of New Books!