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Listen to Garrison Keillor deliver one of his famous monologues and then lead everyone in song.

Join us July 18th at 7pm as Adelle Waldman joins Iain Reid to discuss The Truth about Luck.

In-Store Events

Glenn Kenny and Dan Callahan

Mon Jul 28, 7:00PM

Dan Callahan and Glenn Kenny discuss the myth of actors on and off the screen. Glenn Kenny's...

Mark Chiusano

Wed Jul 30, 7:00PM

In the tradition of Junot Díaz’s Drown, Stuart Dybek’s The Coast of Chicago, and Russell Banks...

Elizabeth Little

Sun Aug 3, 4:00PM

Former “It Girl” Janie Jenkins is sly, stunning, and fresh out of prison. Ten years ago, at...

Elizabeth Green

Mon Aug 4, 7:00PM


About Building a Better Teacher:

We’ve all had...

Richard House

Tue Aug 5, 7:00PM

Moving across continents, characters, and genres and with the intelligence of John le Carré’s...

Fairleigh Dickinson Presents:

Wed Aug 6, 7:00PM

Fairleigh Dickinson University presents Beneath the Neon Egg by Thomas Kennedy

Mon Jul 28, 7:00PM

Wed Jul 30, 7:00PM

Sun Aug 3, 4:00PM

Mon Aug 4, 7:00PM

Tue Aug 5, 7:00PM

“ Edited by Greil Marcus, this book is the perfect companion to Nick Kent's Dark Stuff. ”
Glenn
Kindred
Octavia E. Butler
“ The relationships between people separated by the centuries is bittersweet. ”
Stephen
America Turns 238 years old this Fourth of July. Celebrate with some of these classic novels that have helped to shape the fabric of American identity and culture.
Beloved
To Kill a Mockingbird
A five-time winner of the Coretta Scott King Award for African-American authors, Walter Dean Myers was one of the most fearless writers for teens and children. Acclaimed for his prolific nature (authoring over one hundred books, including a series of biographies and pictures books for children), he has an established place as one of the most important and most indelible voices in American fiction.
Fallen Angels
Sunrise over Fallujah
Monster
This month BookCourt celebrates Archipelago Books. Translations make up only three percent of the American book market. Since 2003 Archipelago books has transformed the industry, publishing over ninety translations a year and broadening the horizons of the American literary landscape.
My Struggle, Book 3
A Time for Everything
In the Presence of Absence