What Kari Luna is giving.
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A good head and good heart are always a formidable combination. But when you add to that a literate tongue or pen, then you have something very special.
Nelson Mandela (via libraryadvocates)
Anyone familiar with J. J. Abrams’s cultishly popular film and TV projects should know exactly what to expect from his first foray into the printed word: the unexpected. This über-meta, genre-blending novel (akin to House of Leaves and Cloud Atlas) takes the reader on a fast-paced, perplexing ride.
Recommended by Kim, Powells.com
We’ve got plenty of copies of S. by J. J. Abrams in stock (unlike, say, a giant online retailer who shall remain nameless).
Describe your ideal reading experience (when, where, what, how).
While shooting in Portland, Ore., I got the pleasure of discovering Powell’s Books, an enormous old bookstore (which I hope still exists) and stayed there the entire day. I just curled up in a comfy chair and read. They had a cafe in the store that I frequented. What joy.
—Bryan Cranston: By the Book in the NYT
Um. We’re really, really excited that Bryan Cranston likes us.
Mitchell S. Jackson’s go-to gift for family and friends.
On Saturday we were joined by some of our favorite authors for Indies First! Featured here, from top to bottom:
Liz Crain and John Gorham
Whitney Otto, William Todd Schultz, and Richard Melo
We were also thrilled to welcome to our stores Stevan Allred, Ian Doescher, Amanda Coplin, and Chris Santella. Thanks to all the authors who came out and to the customers who helped make it a great event!
Tickets are now on sale for our event with Diana Gabaldon! Details here: http://powells.us/18jYAm0