What’s So Funny ‘Bout Peace, Love, and New Books: New Releases for the Week of 1/25

January closes on a high note. This week's new releases offer startling, sometimes fantastic, looks at the stories that we tell ourselves, each one surprising and profound in its own way. And then there's a real funny book about Podcasting. Scroll down for more and see which author's we've got dropping by for virtual events … Continue reading What’s So Funny ‘Bout Peace, Love, and New Books: New Releases for the Week of 1/25

New Books That Have Us Feeling *100 Emoji*

Book-wise, 2021 is treating us so well and this week is a big one for non-fiction! Writing guides, essays, and history texts are breaking ground, showing us new ways to view the world. And on the fiction side, we've got two new reads from perennial favorites Nnedi Okorafor and Ladee Hubbard! Read more about 'em … Continue reading New Books That Have Us Feeling *100 Emoji*

New Book November—New Releases This Week Are *FIRE*

If you're still taking that seemingly endless sigh of relief after the events of the last week, we totally understand. We're in the same boat and are here to service you with some bookish joy to top it off. We're still a week away from the A Promised Land debut, but there's still plenty to celebrate: signed … Continue reading New Book November—New Releases This Week Are *FIRE*

Less Than Frightening New Releases

It's not all blood curdling screams around the bookstore this time of year. That is, unless one of our most anticipated reads makes it to the store in its final form. In which case, it's been nothing but blood curdling screams at the moment (haha). Bookseller favorites Bryan Washington and Martin Amis are hitting the shelves in … Continue reading Less Than Frightening New Releases