All times Eastern. Monday, October 5 Michael Ian Black, A Better Man, 8pm at Left Bank Books Tuesday, October 6 Michael Parker, Prairie Fever, 7:30pm at the Thomas Wolfe Prize Speech Michael Ian Black, A Better Man, with Maria Konnikova, 8pm at Powell’s City of Books Wednesday, October 7 Connor Towne O’Neill, Down Along withContinue reading

Beginning Monday, August 3, 2020, you can enter for a chance to win a new set of 10 books from Algonquin by filling out the form below. These books below are timely and topical, as well as escapist and delightful. Perfect reading for a most unusual summer. Hieroglyphics by Jill McCorkle “Hieroglyphics is a novel thatContinue reading

Welcome to Pages to the Past, a continuing celebration of Algonquin’s historical fiction. One of the most powerful things a story can do is sweep you away—to a different place, world, or time. In the pages of historical fiction, we can understand our history and gain new perspectives on our current situation. These novels offerContinue reading

Warmer weather is on its way, and with it, a set of incredible new books from Algonquin! Meet your next favorite in this lineup, all hitting the shelves in the coming months.   Spies of No Country: Secret Lives at the Birth of Israel by Matti Friedman This is the true story of four outsiders whoContinue reading

Hamilton mania hits its fever pitch-perfect this weekend with Sunday night’s Tony Awards. The whole country can get a glimpse of the runaway Broadway smash at the “HamilTonys” – where the show is nominated for 16 awards – and we won’t need $849 for a regular ticket or heaven-sent luck for the $10 ticket lotteryContinue reading

Writing is a physical act. And for author Michael Parker, it is an act done by hand. Pen and paper. Michael’s latest novel is All I Have in This World, which he wrote, of course, by hand: “I wrote it in Mead composition notebooks—one for Marcus and one for Maria—and then, when I added theContinue reading