The UK Guardian kicks off their coverage of Independent Bookshop Week in grand style, with a piece we cannot but completely endorse and sing aloud from the rooftop -- i.e, we've posted it throughout our social media presence, too.
We were very excited to see one of John Keene's stories featured as a VICE Exclusive. Counternarratives is a phenomenal, provocative book, and "Rivers" stands out immediately as one of the stories that will be most disc
It is no secret, we suppose, that Oakland's co-managers, Chris & Brad, have a taste for drinks whose ABV is well-north of 0%. So it was perfectly normal that our friends at the Literary Hub asked them to cobble together a short reading list in honor of beer.
It's funny . . . the longer the days become, the quicker they seem to pass. How on earth is the Tournament of Books already up to the second round?!? There's still plenty of time to jump aboard for the semifinals and onward -- not to mention to jeer & cheer the results of the previous weeks' selections. If I was a betting man, my money'd be on a nip & tuck final between Marlon James' A Brief History of Seven Killings and Elena Ferrante's Those Who Leave and Those Who Stay. I'll keep my championship pick close to the chest for now, though.
What about you? Who are you cheering for? mourning? feeling was unjustly booted?
You've been asking for them, and we've been listening. New "Born to Read" t-shirts & onesies!