today is the paperback release of The Very Nice Box, a NYT Editor's pick, "electrifying art" (NYTBR), "the most original office satire of the year" (WashPo), "refusing trite or stereotypical moments" (LARB), "fantastic engineering"(Bitch), "mean to str8 people" (friend of friend)
On the @TODAYshow, " Read With Jenna has a new mission for this summer: Making summer reading for kids fun." Included in this amazing list is A TREE GROWS IN BROOKLYN by Betty Smith. Check it out:
“Patriarchy Blues” author @FredTJoseph isn’t afraid to confront big issues. And he’s not afraid to confront his own demons either.
His book is filled with essays breaking down his ideas on what it means to be a man in America.
Listen, subscribe, share: open.spotify.com/episode/0ZBFVU…
As part of our #Wilder125 celebration, the ebook edition of THE BRIDGE OF SAN LUIS REY is just $1.99 until June 20th. If you haven't read any @ThorntonNWilder books yet, this is a great time to start! �bit.ly/3uwQLvkOt
This month's featured @ThorntonNWilder book is the Pulitzer prize winner THE BRIDGE OF SAN LUIS REY, a classic novel that explores the nature of fate and love and the complexity of the human condition.
Listen below for an excerpt from the audiobook! #Wilder125
Last year, we were thrilled to interview Gigi Georges about Downeast: Five Maine Girls and the Unseen Story of Rural America. Listen to our interview with her, and check out the new paperback edition of Downeast, out tomorrow! soundcloud.com/user-639387857…@HarperPerennial
It’s #bridgeonabridge with Tappan Wilder and his copy of The Bridge of San Luis Rey in front of the Golden Gate! And now through June 20, purchase The Bridge on ebook for just $1.99, wherever are sold.Tag us on your own Bridge on a bridge snaps!
Listen to this beautiful interview from Poured Over, the B&N podcast as they are joined by @BlkLibraryGirl to discuss her latest book THE LONG SONGS OF W.E.B. DU BOIS. You're not going to want to miss it.
Remembering Tulsa, 101 years later. MAGIC CITY was published 25 years ago and I still believe artistic representations can promote much-needed empathy and healing. History has the power to teach and unite us.
"Sparks fly and things get real in this sharply sexy and whip-smart romantic comedy set against the backdrop of a post #metoo Hollywood..." So excited about this featured book, BIRDS OF CALIFORNIA, by @katiecotugno!
Excerpt below 🐦📺❤rb.gy/srksebnAg
Frederick Joseph’s “Patriarchy Blues,” a collection of essays, poems and short reflections examining facets of masculinity, makes a first appearance on our paperback nonfiction best-seller list.
I’m thankful to @HarperPerennial for giving it a chance, and for everyone who supports me enough to give my words a soft place to land.
The indie bookstores and the individual readers did this. Thank you so much.
You can support the book here:
I’m thankful to have a moment of joy in so much pain by finding out PATRIARCHY BLUES debuted on the New York Times bestsellers list.
It was rejected by 20 publishers who didn’t think people would buy a book by a Black man discussing patriarchy. But we did it again, grandma 🖤.Z
Still haven't picked up your copy of SEX AND THE SINGLE WOMAN? What are you waiting for! Check out this excerpt from writer @rosadona about their ever-changing relationship with their ex-husband & I'm sure you'll be hooked:
Never ask for directions, or use a GPS, just drive around forever. Fall asleep watching TV, then get pissed off when somebody changes the channel. If you can’t fix something, chuck a wrench.
Pre-order the hilarious new book from @bostonbeaman: bit.ly/3wH8oeh