David Shields’ HOW LITERATURE SAVED MY LIFE was positively reviewed in the Financial Times, The New Statesman, Washington Independent Review, Monterey County Weekly, Southern Bookman, and BookPage, which called the book “an original, intimate, energetic and fascinating exploration of self-discovery and the future of literature.”
Dates and locations have been announced for André Aciman’s HARVARD SQUARE tour.
W.W. Norton will publish the book on April 8, 2013.
Aciman will be reading at the following New York venues:
Tuesday, April 9 at 7 pm
BARNES & NOBLE 2289 Broadway New York, NY 10024
Academy Award winner Gwyneth Paltrow will be appearing at Williams-Sonoma in Los Angeles on April 5th and at Williams-Sonoma in New York on April 9th. In a recent review of IT's ALL GOOD, Vogue called Gwyneth Paltrow, “the clean foodie godmother.”
Charles Cumming’s fast paced spy novel has been nominated for the 2013 Barry Award in the category of Best Thriller. St. Martin's Press published the book August 7, 2012.
Bookreporter.com positively reviewed Sidney Sheldon’s, THE TIDES OF MEMORY by Tilly Bagshawe raving that “Bagshawe upholds Sheldon’s legacy with a blistering story of revenge, passion, and betrayal in a book that is quintessential Sheldon.” William Morrow will publish the hardcover April 9, 2013
Austin Grossman’s novel, YOU has been selected by the editors at Amazon as one of the best books of April 2013. Mulholland Books will publish the book April 16, 2013.
Publisher’s Weekly says, “For an octogenarian first-time novelist, Poitier has delivered a surprisingly intricate, if idiosyncratic, tale sure to please his many fans.” Spiegel & Grau will publish the book May 7, 2013.
Renata Adler was recently interviewed by the New York Observer. Her long out of print novels SPEEDBOAT & PITCH DARK were both reissued by NY Review Books Classics on March 19, 2013.
MIDDLE C by William Gass received a 4-star review in Time Out New York: “Gass orchestrates his fiction with thematic elements as a composer might a symphony, reworking the events of Joey’s life to more thoroughly explore the idea that all individuals share in a universal guilt… Typical of Gass’s subversive fiction, Middle C forgoes easy moralizing in favor of a more ambivalent relativism. In the case of Joey Skizzen, it’s mendacity, not truth, that will set you free.” Knopf published the book March 12, 2013.