From the New York Times bestselling author of The Book of Delights, Inciting Joy is an intimate and electrifying collection of new essays! In these gorgeously written and timely pieces, prize-winning poet and author Ross Gay considers the joy we incite when we care for each other, especially during life’s inevitable hardships. Throughout Inciting Joy, he explores howContinue reading

September is here and chilly Fall weather is right around the corner. As you start to break out your sweaters and blankets, pick up a few of these fabulous nonfiction books to cozy up with this Fall season! Somewhere Sisters by Erika Hayasaki Identical twins Isabella and Hà were born in Vietnam and raised onContinue reading

  When fall hits, book clubs cozy up to the best recent books. Here are some recent gems perfect for your book club, all available in paperback: Honor by Thrity Umrigar “A powerful, important, unforgettable book.” —Cheryl Strayed In this riveting and immersive novel, bestselling author Thrity Umrigar tells the story of two couples andContinue reading

    Happy book birthday to Calling for a Blanket Dance by Oscar Hokeah! Calling for a Blanket Dance is an arresting debut novel about a young Native American boy in a splintering family grasping for stability and love, and making all the wrong choices, until he finds a space of his own. Oscar Hokeah’s electricContinue reading

“A closely observed, droll, coming-of-age story . . . An absolute keeper.” —Maureen Corrigan, Fresh Air It’s almost time for readers everywhere to escape into the world of The Poet’s House by National Book Award finalist Jean Thompson, coming July 12, 2022. Read more about this smart and witty story about a young woman who discoversContinue reading

Warmer weather and longer days are here, and it’s time to book your summer getaway! Reading fabulous fiction is the best journey of all. Keep reading to learn about six fabulous novels and enter for a chance to win them all. Check out Bookshop.com for even more summer reading recommendations.   Metropolis by B. A.Continue reading