1. penamerican:

    "As I’ve grown older, I’ve grown more convinced there’s nothing that shouldn’t be talked about. If we think we’re protecting each other, we’re not." - Jonathan Safran Foer

    (via litreactor)

  2. Far From the Tree is a document of such profound empathy that most readers will be stunned.  Solomon navigates the barriers between parents and children with amazing emotional dexterity and an unmatched skill with words. There is not one person in this world who should not read this book.” -Keith

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  5. Watch the amazing Edan Lepucki on last night’s The Colbert Report talk about California and signing 10,000 at Powell’s!

  6. We can’t put down this New Favorite, The Girl with All the Gifts: http://powells.us/1qYSmSo

  7. What’s your favorite Shakespeare play?

  9. Harry Potter memories! #Repost from @melovecoffee —- 7 years ago was the Powell’s Books’ final midnight Harry Potter book release party. Though I thought it was a chapter closing, it has only lead to more adventures with friends and a lifetime of love. Long live Potter!

  10. flavorpill:

    Seeing as today is Hemingway’s birthday, and we’re a week away from the 100th anniversary of the start of the First World War, here’s a look at how he and other authors involved in the fighting saw The Great War and its aftermath.

    Ernest Hemingway and Other Novelists on Their World War I Experiences