Q & A

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.

Q&A with Khiara M. Bridges, author of The Poverty of Privacy Rights

Khiara M. Bridges is Professor of Law and of Anthropology at Boston University. She is the author of Reproducing Race: An Ethnography of Pregnancy as a Site of Racialization (2011) and The Poverty of Privacy Rights (2017) out this past June from Stanford Law Books. Khiara took some time to answer a few of our questions about The Poverty of Privacy Rights, ethnographic research, and poverty in the United States. 

Q&A with Luke Mayville

Book Culture is excited to host Luke Mayville, author of John Adams and the Fear of American Oligarchy, on November 28th at our 112th St. location. This book presents the first extended exploration of Adams's preoccupation with a problem that has a renewed urgency today: the way in which inequality threatens to corrode democracy and empower a small elite. In anticipation of his upcoming talk, Luke was kind enough to answer a few questions for us. 

Q&A with Mark Burstein on "The Annotated Alice: 150th Anniversary Deluxe Edition"

This year marks the 150th anniversary of Lewis Carroll's iconic Alice's Adventures in Wonderland. In celebration of the anniversary, Mark Burstein updated and expanded Martin Gardner's The Annotated Alice into the new 150th Anniversary Deluxe Editionout on October 5th. Check out our Q&A with Burstein below! Can't get enough Alice? Alice150 is sponsoring several upcoming events, including "Alice's Adventures at Columbia" at Butler Library on Tuesday, October 6th. .

Q&A with Martha Mendelsohn

We are so grateful to have had Martha Mendelsohn, author of Bromley Girls, host a booksigning at Book Culture on Columbus! Martha Mendelsohn has worked as a translator for the French Embassy, an editorial assistant for HoltRinehart and Winston, and associate editor of Tikkunmagazine. Her fiction and non-fiction have appeared in TikkunThe New York TimesMomentBeliefnet.comJewishmag.com, and The Jewish Week. She lives with her husband on Manhattan’s Upper West Side.

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