Booksellers Review: We Come To Our Senses: Stories

Ahead of Odie Lindsey's visit to BookPeople next week, our Events Coordinator Lindsey reviewed his short story collection. We hope you'll join us Thursday night to hear him in conversation with local author John Pipkin. I have always delighted in the southern story: the quiet grotesqueness of Breece D'J Pancake's West Virginia, the dark edges … Continue reading Booksellers Review: We Come To Our Senses: Stories

Bookseller Review: GORK, THE TEENAGE DRAGON

Happy book birthday to Gabe Hudson and Gork, the Teenage Dragon! Hudson will be here Tuesday, July 25th at 7pm to talk about his new book.   After a meeting where booksellers are pitched books coming out in the upcoming months, my fellow booksellers and I shuffled through boxes filled with books to choose from. The colorful … Continue reading Bookseller Review: GORK, THE TEENAGE DRAGON

Meike Reviews HOW NOT TO DIE by Michael Greger

This post come from Meike Alana. Dr. Michael Greger will speak and sign How Not to Die: Discover the Foods Scientifically Proven to Prevent and Reverse Disease Friday, February 19 at 7PM. At the beginning of the year,  book stores are overwhelmed by new releases promoting weight loss.  For most people, “losing weight” tops their … Continue reading Meike Reviews HOW NOT TO DIE by Michael Greger

Spotlight on International Fiction: THE VEGETARIAN by Han Kang

This post comes from our inventory manager Jan.    It all started with the nightmare. In the midst of Kim Yeong-hye and her husband’s mediocre, middle-class marriage, the dream about blood and meat and carnage. To make the dream stop, Yeong-hye stops eating meat. Then all food. Eventually, she becomes more plant-like than animal to … Continue reading Spotlight on International Fiction: THE VEGETARIAN by Han Kang

Booksellers On Fantastic Planets: The Saga Begins

This year, four science fiction-loving booksellers will delve into Fantastic Planets, Forbidden Zones, and Lost Continents: The 100 Greatest Science-Fiction Films, the new book by film historian Douglas Brode. They'll watch the movies, read Brode's take, and tell you - point blank - how they feel about all of it. Fantastic Planets, Forbidden Zones, and Lost … Continue reading Booksellers On Fantastic Planets: The Saga Begins