What you really need to know is that John U. Bacon, renowned sports writer, has decided to release his latest book, Endzone, on Michigan football, early. Originally due out September 1st, we have copies of the big maize and blue tome on our shelves now. Continue reading “John U. Bacon, Big Boys, and Footballs”
1.) What do you do at Literati?
I started working for Borders in 1999, and I became a children’s & young adult book specialist. Now that I am Literati Book Ninja, I love the opportunity to share my true passion and book expertise with the community.
2.) What do you do when you’re not working at Literati? Continue reading “Meet a Bookseller: Shannon”
Come check out a few of our most highly-anticipated laydowns this weekend. These gorgeous new hardcovers include Rising Strong, from self-help guru Brené Brown, Erik Fassnacht’s A Good Family, A Manual for Cleaning Women, a story collection by Lucia Berlin, Alexandra Kleeman’s novel You Too Can Have a Body Like Mine, beloved mystery writer Louise Penny’s The Nature of the Beast, and Jasper Gibson’s A Bright Moon For Fools. Most covers just happen to be designed around the colors orange and blue. Favorite cover of the week? The sideways, painterly one for Erik Fassnacht’s A Good Family. Continue reading “New in the Shop this Weekend! (August 28th)”
We’re starting to receive our publications for the month of September and the Fall quarter, and this month we thought to pick up Zoetrope, Collective Quarterly, Cook’s Illustrated, and Nautilus, for a peek inside. Continue reading “Periodical Round-up: September 2015 Issue”
This week, we’re super excited about the new Thomas Piketty (and it’s far trimmer than Capital), a story collection from Pulitzer Prize winner Adam Johnson (we still have some signed copies), Alaa Al Aswany’s Automobile Club of Egypt, I Was a Revolutionary by emerging writer Andrew Malan Milward (check that sublime cover), Mindware, because we all want to think smarter, and Language of Flowers author Vanessa Diffenbaugh’s latest novel. Continue reading “New in the Shop this Weekend! (August 21st)”
If you don’t know Clarice, you gotta know Clarice, and here’s why: