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Elizabeth Rowe

Elizabeth Rowe
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Elizabeth was an American Studies major at Georgetown University, and is currently getting her MFA in nonfiction writing at Columbia University. She spends entirely too much time and money at the Strand, where she once saw Daniel Radcliffe. 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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It’s November, the month of Thanksgiving, and we are thankful for all of the excellent book club reads to choose from. There are lots...

literary Halloween

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They may call it trick-or-treating, but here at Bookish, we’re in it for the treats. We love ringing doorbells only to be greeted with...

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Grab your broomsticks, readers! Halloween is almost here, and we’re itching to throw on our pointy black hats, fire up our magic wands, and...

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True crime is a uniquely spooky genre. These books describe crimes that are by turns mysterious, gory, scary, and unsettling. What makes them even...

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October is finally here, and that means it’s time for another book club meeting. In the spirit of Halloween, we’re recommending a few chilling...

Hispanic Heritage Month books

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National Hispanic Heritage Month is celebrated between September 15 and October 15 each year, and honors the many contributions of Americans with roots in...

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Readers, it’s sweater weather, and the Bookish editors couldn’t be happier about it. For those of you interested in coordinating your cozy attire with...

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Hank Green is well known as a beloved science vlogger. In An Absolutely Remarkable Thing, he makes his debut as a novelist. The novel...

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September 22 is Dear Diary Day, and the Bookish editors are excited to celebrate. Diaries have a lot in common with one of our...

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Autumn is here! This new season brings apple cider donuts, pumpkin spice lattes, and eight must-read book club recommendations. If your group is looking...

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