Tuesday, April 22, 2014

harpercollins:

Celebrate Earth Day with a green read—e-books for $3.99 or less

We Need to Talk About Bees.

prairielights:

some of today’s new releases

Solid Harper representation here! Maya’s Notebook and The End of the Point are both excellent and now available in paperback.

newspaperblackout:

I’ve published a brief history of Newspaper Blackout and this site over on Medium. Give it a read!

More than a poem, more than a book.

rivercityreading:

Just a few days until Dewey’s 24 Hour Readathon! Here’s what I’m planning on reading. 

Graphic novels are ideal for readathons. Amity Shlaes’ The Forgotten Man will be a breeze.

rivercityreading:

Just a few days until Dewey’s 24 Hour Readathon! Here’s what I’m planning on reading

Graphic novels are ideal for readathons. Amity Shlaes’ The Forgotten Man will be a breeze.

poiseandpoison:

World Book Night 2014

Eeeee someone is giving away Tales of the City!

unforgettabledetritus:

@bthny just talked to roxanegay and said she didn’t have cash to get a copy of her book, so Roxane was like “that’s fine” and gave her her own.

My heart.

unforgettabledetritus:

@bthny just talked to roxanegay and said she didn’t have cash to get a copy of her book, so Roxane was like “that’s fine” and gave her her own.

My heart.

Monday, April 21, 2014

Dad in About Time can time travel and he uses his ability to read and reread everything. Smart, smart man.

greenlightbklyn:

P means Plath means poems about bees because she’s brooding and stung. P also means National Alphapoetic Month. This is the last stanza of a poem called “Stings” and you can find it in Ariel, which is probably Plath’s greatest collection. Pick one up here: http://bit.ly/19mJY9o

Yes.

Excellent first-date banter.

If you have an Amazon Kindle account you can buy John Brockman’s This Explains Everything today (only) for $1.99.
To recap: Everything, explained, for $1.99.

If you have an Amazon Kindle account you can buy John Brockman’s This Explains Everything today (only) for $1.99.

To recap: Everything, explained, for $1.99.