Graywolf e-Books Sale For Libraries

Graywolf e-Books Sale For Libraries

Contemporary American & international literature? Check. Independent publisher? Check. e-Books for Libraries? Check. Graywolf Press is having an e-Books sale for the month of March! If you’re not familiar with this leading independent publisher and their unique publications, then consider this a great way to add some e-Books to your digital shelf. Starting today (February […]

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March Medals Madness!

March Medals Madness!

It’s March Madness and we’ve got brackets on the brain! We’re excited to see Arizona and North Carolina in the Sweet Sixteen, but we’re even MORE jazzed about ALA’s March Medals Madness where you can vote to predict the 2015 Andrew Carnegie Medals for Excellence in Fiction and Nonfiction for a chance to win books […]

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New York Times Notable Books Make Great Gifts

New York Times Notable Books Make Great Gifts

AND Macmillan has 26 of ’em! 1. American Innovations 2. The Assassination of Margaret Thatcher 3. Can’t and Won’t 4. Faithful and Virtuous Night 5. The Laughing Monsters 6. Lila 7.  The Poetry of Derek Walcott 1948-2013 8. Song of the Shank 9. 10:04 10. American Mirror 11. Being Mortal 12. Can’t We Talk About […]

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Kirkus Best Fiction Books of 2014

Kirkus Best Fiction Books of 2014

Macmillan, oh Macmillan, why must you steal nearly all the spots on Kirkus’ Best Fiction Books of 2014 list? Song of the Shank Steles of the Sky Monday, Monday Wolf in White Van American Innovations Afterparty Broadchurch The Last Illusion Valour & Vanity The Assassination of Margaret Thatcher The Long Way Home In the Light […]

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Top Titles Kirkus Recommends…

Top Titles Kirkus Recommends…

Kirkus Reviews knows which books readers are eager to read and are really worth the time. Topping their list of books that are “not just popular but pretty great to boot” is Euny Hong’s THE BIRTH OF KOREAN COOL: How One Nation is Conquering the World Through Pop Culture! The funny, young Korean-American Journalist Hong […]

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NYTBR loves SONG OF THE SHANK!

NYTBR loves SONG OF THE SHANK!

We’re thrilled to share with our readers that the New York Times Book Review gave Jeffery Renard Allen’s SONG OF THE SHANK the front page! At the heart of this remarkable novel is Thomas Greene Wiggins, a nineteenth-century slave and improbable musical genius who performed under the name Blind Tom. Jeffery Renard Allen blends history […]

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