Fun Reads of Interest

Bookshop Bistro


the Paris Review

  • This week we’re sharing interviews with Black writers who have provided us guidance and inspiration, and are distributing a list of resources.
  • This week, the staff of ‘The Paris Review’ reads Elisa Gabbert, Shirley Hazzard, and more.
  • Three days a week, I head along empty roads to a psychiatric hospital, where I work as a clinical arts therapist.
  • Filled with paradoxes, the real story concerning the lives of Mary Wollstonecraft and her daughters is more fantastic than any fiction.
  • “Shameless” and “unpublishable,” the publishers called it, when they first saw the manuscript in 1950.