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The Phoenicia Diner Cookbook
Mike Cioffi
Hardcover | Mar 2020
(on order)
Nothing Fancy
Alison Roman
Hardcover | Oct 2019
(on order)
Dining In
Alison Roman
Hardcover | Oct 2017
(on order)
Dinner in French
Melissa Clark
Hardcover | Mar 2020
in store $37.50
(more on order)
Strung Out
Erin Khar
Hardcover | Feb 2020
in store $27.99
Deacon King Kong
James McBride
Hardcover | Mar 2020
in store $28.00
(more on order)
Recollections of My Nonexistence
Rebecca Solnit
Hardcover | Mar 2020
in store $26.00
My Dark Vanessa
Kate Elizabeth Russell
Hardcover | Mar 2020
in store $27.99
(more on order)
I've Been Wrong Before
Evan James
Paperback | Mar 2020
in store $17.00
Jason Reynolds
Hardcover | Mar 2020
in store $18.99

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Literary Lineages: Celebrating Black Legacies

This Black History Month, we’re honoring lineages, legacies, and heritages in the form of literary inspirations. As writers, and readers, and even just as people, we are constantly being influenced by those around us and those who came before us. Sometimes, when reading a really wonderful book, we can’t help but think of all the wonderful books it is in conversation with.


Recommended Reading: #OwnVoices Latinx Books
by Serena Morales

These are books that have made huge impacts on us as readers, many of which explore themes surrounding migration and U.S border relations. The list was immensely hard to narrow down, as there is no shortage of talented writers throughout Latin America and the Caribbean, who are writing vital Latinidad texts—so make sure to check out our full list here.


Our Most Anticipated 2020

We asked our staff to choose one book from the first half of 2020 that they were most excited for — some chose a few since there are just too many to choose from! See Emma’s picks here!


Reading Between the Headlines: Iran
by Nika Jonas

Our Reading Between the Headlines series looks at hot-button issues, people, and places ubiquitous in the news, and goes a little deeper. This week our bookseller & events coordinator Nika takes us into the world of Iranian literature. 


13 Books by Native Writers to be Thankful For
by Serena Morales

Because I want to hurry and get to the books, I won’t stay here long, and I will not try to present an argument for why you should be reading Native authors widely or at all — simply because, if you are not already, that is very sad for you and your soul. Get with it!


Picture Books Are Magic!
by Emma Straub

When people ask me how many books I read, I hesitate before answering — it’s never enough to sound like a lot, as much as a person who owns a bookstore should read. But that’s only if you don’t count picture books, which I read zillions of times a day, as I have since my first child was born 6 years ago...