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Model juggling books for Gant Royal Eccentric, FW 2011. Photograph by Oscar Falk.

Gant follows a somewhat eccentric but lovely family on a weekend trip to their country house in a beautiful New England winter landscape.

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Two items we have to tell you about! Two are from the world of books, two are from the world of New York. (That’s right, they’re the same two, because books and New York are a cranky married couple that can’t get enough of each other.)

  1. NY Through the Lens (above left) is becoming an extremely attractive book, and that book is available for pre-sale right now. If you like your New York to be at once intimately familiar and constantly smitten with its own newness, then this book is destined for your coffee table. 
  2. Never Can Say Goodbye (above right) isn’t a Tumblr book, per se, but it’s a fine collection of New York essays (a genre unto itself) and it’s thick with Tumblr luminaries like Alex Chee, Jenna Wortham, Rachel Syme, Jason Diamond, Isaac Fitzgerald. (We stole that list from the perfect Maris Kreizman, whose own essay touches on how her Tumblr, which is both “silly” and “singularly mine,” helped her find her way into the whole New Yorky, internetty, Tumblry community.)

Whew. Two mouthfuls up there, but it seemed important that we let you know about this beautiful stuff that, hey, you’re pretty much already a part of. 

Manhattan skyline photo via nythroughthelens 

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A good reader imagines


'The Goldfinch' by Donna Tartt

"It’s epic. I recommend it."

Interesting reading, this book is on my reading list.

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In front of Nashville Public #Library http://ebks.to/1xRUy5G


In front of Nashville Public #Library http://ebks.to/1xRUy5G

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"One possible implication of The Best European Fiction series is not only that Europe is going the way of America, but that the stories in it already represent the kind of writing that isn’t possible in America anymore.” On The Best European Fiction 2014

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The new novel by Colm Tóibín draws largely from the author’s memories of his father passing away when he was young. In a Guardian essay, the author writes about his discovery that literature can be a vessel for grief, with a nod to the writer and Dublin mainstay Mary Lavin. If you’d like to learn more about Tóibín’s fiction, you can read our pieces on his books.

Colm Tóibín, one of my favourite authors!

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A good reader imagines

Long Island Historical Society Library

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I totally agree!

I totally agree!

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glad to have read


The Unknown Unknown

by Mark Forsyth


Future reading on my wishlist!

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