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The world is full of novels about the life-changing power of literature, and novels about writers, and novels about the legacy of World War Two. Even if you're burned out on all of these subjects - or perhaps especially if you are - you should read Nobel Prize winner Kenzaburo Oe's new novel.
Ta-nehisi Coates spends another week on top of our bestseller list.
This autumn, fall into the past with four award-winning authors. The Ivy Bookshop is excited to bring Simon Mawer, Dan Jones, David Downing and Antony Beevor to Baltimore. See below for information about each event, and click the links for details. All four events are free, and registration is not required. We do, however, appreciate RSVPs (to firstname.lastname@example.org or 410-377-2966), so we can have an idea of how many people are coming.
On Tuesday, October 20, at The Ivy Bookshop, Man Booker Prize finalist Simon Mawer presents Tightrope, the sequel to Trapeze, his bestselling novel of World War Two espionage. The program begins at 7pm.
Ta-nehisi Coates is back on top of our bestseller list!
Prepare yourself for three glorious days of literary brilliance! The 20th annual Baltimore Book Festival takes place this Friday, Saturday and Sunday at the Inner Harbor. This year, the BBF welcomes Senator John McCain, Laura Lippman, Wes Moore, Issa Rae and many others. On The Ivy Bookshop Stage, we're presenting a full complement of fiction, nonfiction and poetry. Our line-up includes National Book Award finalist Bill Clegg, bestselling novelist Marisa de los Santos and UMBC professor and New York Times columnist Manil Suri.