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Wear a skirt (or whatever you like) in support of hate crime victim Sasha Fleischman and we will donate 10% of your purchase to Pacific Center.
Shop in support of Sasha Fleischman and we will donate 10% of your purchase to Pacific Center.
Launch for Mann's Straight Razor: Poems (Persea, $15.95).
"Craft and bravura mix well...Mann shows himself Thom Gunn's apt pupil...The clarity startles." -Richard Rayner, Los Angeles Times
presents Book Smart: How to Develop and Support Successful, Motivated Readers (Oxford, $24.95).
"A big, generous treasure trove of information and instruction for parents." -- Paul Harding, Pulitzer Prize winning author of Tinkers and Enon.
reads from Flyover Lives: A Memoir (Viking, $26.95).
A dazzling meditation on how our homelands and history shape us and how we also, sometimes wrenchingly, construct our lives.
reads from Smelling Sunshine (Star Bright Books, $6.99).
reads from her novel I Always Loved You (Viking, $27.95).
A novel of Mary Cassatt and Edgar Degas's great romance, 'a rich tapestry of the artist's life in Belle Époque Paris,"--Library Journal
Launch for The Earth Avails: Poems (Graywolf, $15).
'No matter the topic, Wunderlich almost infallibly strikes a tone of humane feeling and aesthetic refinement.”—Contemporary Poetry Review
reads from his delightful new novel Famous Writers I Have Known (Norton, $25.95).
"The single wickedest satire I've read in years. Flat-out hilarious (and disturbing, in the most genial kind of way).”--T.C. Boyle
reads from her second Samuel Craddock Mystery, The Last Death of Jack Harbin (Seventh Street, $15.95).
"Absorbing . . . A methodical thinker with his own dark side, Craddock once again wins the reader over en route to a satisfying conclusion."--Publishers Weekly
reads from her novel The Last Train to Paris (Europa, $16).
"A poignant glimpse into the tensions and anxieties of prewar Europe."--Kirkus
reads from A Circle of Wives (Atlantic Monthly Press, $25).
"LaPlante’s engrossing second thriller . . . explores love, loss, control, the influence of past relationships, and passion. . . . Captivating." —Publishers Weekly
reads from After Auschwitz: A Love Story (Wings Press, $16.95 paper original).
"A brave and haunting love story."--Robert Alter