Recent Blog Entries

"Allegiance" author Kermit Roosevelt answers a few questions

Allegiance, the historical fiction novel by Kermit Roosevelt, is a sophisticated legal thriller that plunges readers into the debate within the US government surrounding the imprisonment of thousands of innocent Americans during World War II. Roosevelt sat down with us to answer a few questions about his book, and parallels between his book and some of the rhetoric being spouted during this presidential race. Click through for the fascinating responses! 

The New Penguin Orange Giveaway

Starting Tuesday, October 18th, 2016, all three Book Culture locations will be participating in a wonderful celebration of the new Penguin Orange Collection! We are also running a promotion across our locations. If you buy three books from the series, you can choose from a selection of special edition totebags and mugs (while supplies last).

Q& A with Kate Zambreno on Art + Life

Book Culture is dedicated to featuring and promoting all the cool literary events in our neighborhood. In that vein, we have been very excited about the new conversation series organized by Heidi Julavits and Kate Zambreno at Columbia, Art + Life. The next event in the series, featuring Brian Blanchfield in conversation with Kate Zambreno, will take place Tuesday, October 11th at Dodge Hall. In anticipation, we asked Kate Zambreno a few questions about the series. 

Q&A with Katie Holten, author of About Trees

On October 4th, we here at Book Culture are excited to be hosting Katie Holten, whose book, About Treesis composed of works by authors such as Jorge Luis Borges, Ursula K. Le Guin, Ada Lovelace, and Lucretius, translated into Holten's own tree alphabet. In anticipation, we asked Holten some questions about her work and her inspirations.

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