Late Night Library


Cole Lavalais – Summer of the Cicadas

Twisted black iron announced Albany’s town limits. A warning more than a welcome. A city of ghosts. Just a mile …continue reading →

June 6, 2016

Colin Winnette – Haints Stay

Colin Winnette’s Haints Stay  (Two Dollar Radio) is a western like you’ve never read before. The book follows Brooke and …continue reading →

May 23, 2016

Lisa Birnbaum – Worthy

Our lives are single-perspective. How then have we ever understood anything outside our immediate realm? Stories are one way. In …continue reading →

May 9, 2016

Paul Lisicky – The Narrow Door

Paul Lisicky’s second memoir The Narrow Door: A Memoir of Friendship (Graywolf Press) follows two relationships coming to an end: …continue reading →

May 2, 2016

Aracelis Girmay – the black maria

How does one write a book of poems that deals with the unspeakable suffering that history, its people and its …continue reading →

April 25, 2016

Kaitlyn Greenidge – We Love You, Charlie Freeman

In the opening pages of Kaitlyn Greenidge’s fascinating debut novel, We Love You, Charlie Freeman (Algonquin Books), we meet the …continue reading →

April 18, 2016

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