In this Week's Newsletter



Klara and the Sun

Kazuo Ishiguro

$28.00 $25.76

“A haunting fable of a lonely, moribund world that is entirely too plausible.” —Kirkus starred review

What's Mine and Yours

Naima Coster

$28.00 $25.76

“Coster balances the tender and the sharp moments shared between families better than anyone else writing." —Elizabeth Acevedo, author of The Poet X

The Committed

Viet Thanh Nguyen

$27.00 $24.84

“An elegy to idealism, Orientalism, and existentialism in all its tragic forms.” —Paul Beatty

Infinite Country

Patricia Engel

$25.00 $23.00

“This is a book that speaks into the present moment with an oracle's devastating coolness and clarity.” —Lauren Groff, author of Florida

But You're Still So Young: How Thirtysomethings Are Redefining Adulthood

Kayleen Schaefer

$25.00 $23.00

“Clearheaded and full of heart, But You’re Still So Young offers a gentle indictment of a broken system and also a soothing message: Nobody’s got it all figured out.” —Vogue

Tomorrow Sex Will Be Good Again: Women and Desire in the Age of Consent

Katherine Angel

$19.95 $18.35

“One of our most daring, exciting and nuanced writers on the complexities of female desire, pleasure, autonomy and imagination.” —Deborah Levy, author of The Cost of Living

Home Is Not a Country

Safia Elhillo

$17.99 $16.55

“Movingly unravels themes of belonging, Islamophobia, and the interlocking oppressions thrust upon immigrant women.” —Kirkus starred review

Frank: Sonnets

Diane Seuss

$16.00 $14.72

“These are poems born of a kind of wrought faith that, despite all the breaking, language still might bring us closer to each other, and closer to ourselves. . . . And goddamn, I am so grateful for that.” —Ross Gay

House of Earth and Blood

Sarah J. Maas

$18.00 $16.56

“Sarah J. Maas has set the new standard with this book.” —#1 New York Times best selling author J. D. Ward (Sponsored by Bloomsbury)

Yes & I Love You

Roni Loren

$14.99 $13.79

“Intelligent, sweet, and fun . . . this romance succeeds on all levels.” —Publishers Weekly, starred review (Sponsored by Sourcebooks)

Sharks in the Time of Saviors

Kawai Strong Washburn

$17.00 $15.64

An Indie Next Selection and one of Barack Obama’s favorite books of 2020, Sharks in the Time of Saviors is a groundbreaking debut novel that folds the legends of Hawaiian gods into an engrossing family saga. (Sponsored by MCD)

Limitless: The Power of Hope and Resilience to Overcome Circumstance

Mallory Weggemann

$26.99 $24.83

As a Paralympic gold-medalist swimmer, Mallory's commitment to excellence is rooted in her resolve to redefine limitations with grit & grace. Limitless proves that we have the capacity to face down whatever challenges and labels confront us—and to do so on our own terms. (Sponsored by Thomas Nelson)

Dusk, Night, Dawn: On Revival and Courage

Anne Lamott

$20.00 $18.40

In this inspiring guide to restoring hope and joy in our lives, Anne Lamott shows us the intimate and human ways we can adopt to move through life’s dark places and toward the light. (Sponsored by Riverhead)

The Memo: Five Rules for Your Economic Liberation

John Hope Bryant

$16.95 $15.59

“An essential read! Chairman Bryant provides a blueprint for the ‘silver rights movement’ by outlining tools for financial independence, education, and liberation. This is the foundation for vibrant communities and strong families.” —Dr. Artika R. Tyner, Planting People Growing Justice

The Barbizon: The Hotel That Set Women Free

Paulina Bren

$27.00 $24.84

“These are the true stories of the friendships, frustrations, successes, struggles, identity, and reinventions of the women made is possible for today’s women to shatter the glass ceiling!” —Susan Williams, M Judson Booksellers

The Age of Skin

Dubravka Ugresic

$16.95 $15.59

“With biting humor, cultural references, and fantastic writing, the dreams, fears and hopes of modern life are spelled out in these delightful essays. Expect to look up in surprise with the strong desire to share thoughts with someone!” —Tina Greene-Bevington, Bay Books