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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).
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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Fall has arrived, and the days are getting shorter. This means that twilight comes earlier each day, creating the perfect setting to pick up...

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Even if you’re not headed back to school this fall, you can still learn something new. And what better way to broaden your understanding...

Cathleen Schine

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Who doesn’t love wordplay? Cathleen Schine’s latest novel The Grammarians is the story of two twins, Daphne and Laurel Wolfe, and their shifting relationships...

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Karin Slaughter is back with a new installment in her popular Will Trent series, and it’s the kind of book you’ll want to clear...

The Immortal Life of Henrietta Lacks

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The Immortal Life of Henrietta Lacks has been a book club favorite since it first hit shelves in 2010. Rebecca Skloot’s work of investigative...

book club recommendations

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Summer may be coming to a close, but your book club memories will last forever! To ensure your next meeting is one for the...

booze at book club meetings

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Sometimes it’s nice to sip a cocktail, a glass of wine, or a cold beer while discussing books with your friends. Booze certainly isn’t...

short story collections

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We’re more than halfway through 2019, and it’s been a great year for short story collections so far! If you’re interested in checking out...

Ruth Ware

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Are you attached to your Alexa? Do you control various aspects of your home from your smartphone? Prepare to be creeped out. Ruth Ware’s...

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