You’ve read ‘Cat Person.’ Now what?

If Kristen Roupenian's short story "Cat Person" left you wanting more, fear not! Our events coordinator, Lindsey, has some suggestions for what to read next.  Earlier this week, The New Yorker  published a short story by Kristen Roupenian entitled "Cat Person." It's the story of a woman, Margot, who meets a man, Robert, at the theater … Continue reading You’ve read ‘Cat Person.’ Now what?

The Romance Bookshelves—Austin, Bats, and Vampires. Oh my!

by Cathy Maxwell Yes, we are talking Paranormal Romance. Vampires, other worldly creatures, and humans discover what they have in common, and it’s usually a mix of humor, passion, and awareness which is exactly the way I like my books. Lynsay Sands has another installment of her Argeneau series out this month. IMMORTALLY YOURS is a … Continue reading The Romance Bookshelves—Austin, Bats, and Vampires. Oh my!

Found in Translation: Super Extra Grande by Yoss

by Sunny Sone "Science fiction," says Yoss, "is the only literature today capable of capturing not only the decisions we're making in the present, but also the consequences these decisions can have on our future." Cuban science fiction writing has become more prevalent in the past several years, and at the head of the movement … Continue reading Found in Translation: Super Extra Grande by Yoss