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Elizabeth Rowe

Elizabeth Rowe
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Elizabeth is a graduate of Columbia University's MFA program in Nonfiction Writing. She is based in San Francisco and can frequently be found at Philz with her nose in a book. Her current obsession is the My Struggle series by Karl Ove Knausgaard, and she thoroughly embarrassed herself when she met him shortly after the release of volume four (and she has the photos to prove it).

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You likely know Susannah Cahalan as the author of the bestselling memoir Brain on Fire, in which the author details her terrifying experience with...

Jami Attenberg

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Jami Attenberg’s new novel All This Could Be Yours takes readers inside of an extended family as one of its members, patriarch Victor, is...

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Megan Angelo’s new novel Followers takes readers into a near-future version of the United States where our collective obsession with the internet, social media,...

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New releases are fun, there’s no doubt about it. But there’s also something satisfying about returning to older (or “backlist” in publishing lingo) books...

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Monsters and vampires and ghosts, oh my! Literature is full of terrifying creatures, but bookworms are unusually brave. Why else would they keep coming...

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Fall is here and Halloween isn’t far away, making now the perfect time to hold a spooky book club meeting! Not sure where to...

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Emma Donoghue is the celebrated author of beloved novels including Room and Frog Music. Now, she’s back with a new work of historical fiction...

haunted house novels

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Creaking floorboards, doors that slam shut for no reason at all, lights flickering in uninhabited rooms… is there anything spookier (or more fun) than...

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Look no further for your September book club pick. We’ve rounded up six of this month’s must-read novels. Whether your group wants to visit...

must-read novels

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Ah, fall! It’s the time of year that so many of us associate with buying crisp new notebooks, packets of pens, and most importantly,...

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