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Elizabeth Rowe

Elizabeth Rowe
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Elizabeth is Bookish's Senior Editor and 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).
backlist book club

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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...

hate your book club book

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Picking up a new book can be like going on a date. You might fall in love, or you might know right away it’s...

book club recommendations

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Spring is here, and chances are, your book club needs something new to read. Whether you’re in the mood for a gripping work of...

May new release

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Who doesn’t love cookies? Here at Bookish, we consider them a major food group. Pick six cookies below, and we’ll tell you which May...

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Earlier this year, we named Joanne Ramos’ novel The Farm one of the season’s must-read new releases. In it, readers travel to a farm...

Mother-Daughter Book Club

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Here at Bookish, the only thing stronger than our love of reading is our love of the maternal figures in our lives! After all,...

Asian Pacific American Heritage Month

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May is Asian Pacific American Heritage Month (also known as Asian American and Pacific Islander Heritage Month). It's a time to celebrate and honor...

book club books for foodies

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Cookbooks are fun and useful, but there are so many other kinds of books out there for foodies. If your book club is interested...

book club snacks

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A book club meeting without snacks is like crackers without cheese: It can be good, but could be a whole lot better. Here at...

Shakespeare retellings

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William Shakespeare’s birthday is on April 23, and here at Bookish we’re getting ready to celebrate. The Bard’s birthday wouldn’t be complete without spending...

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