It's been a minute!

Dear Bookspace Readers and Fans alike:

That's not me.

That's not me.

Planes and trains provide some of the best and longest opportunities for uninterrupted reading, and oh how I have taken advantage of those vehicles over the last five weeks.  Boats and automobiles as well, but those are much harder to read on and I don't recommend reading and driving (although, terrifyingly, I have seen it done before. Or, everyday. Put down your phones, people! Ain't nothing that important!).

We'll have a lot of pop reviews coming online in the next few days, and some great interviews. In the meantime, here's a shortlist of what you should be reading now, if you aren't already:

  1. Station Eleven, Emily St. John Mandel
  2. Girl in a Band, Kim Gordon
  3. A Brief History of Seven Killings, Marlon James
  4. Every Little Thing, adapted by Cedella Marley
  5. The Buried Giant, by Kazua Ishiguro (if you're into this kind of thing)  

Still to come: POP Reviews, literary news, and some downtown recommendations.