On Monday February 20th, we’ll be open from 12-5. Just so you know.
Tomorrow, Saturday February 18th, the Friends of the Merril will screen Time Bandits, the 1981 Terry Gilliam film about exploring fantastic places, and the power of imagination. There’ll be a short discussion afterwards, with related book recommendations. Also: popcorn!
They’ll start at 7pm in the basement of the Lilian H. Smith branch at 239 College Street (at Huron). The event is free and open to everyone.
The Valiant, Lesley Livingston*
Gilded Cage, Vic James
Angel Catbird: To Castle Catula, Margaret Atwood
Last Day On Mars, Kevin Emerson
Winter Of The Gods, Jordanna Max Brodsky
Miranda And Caliban, Jacqueline Carey
People’s Police, Norman Spinrad
Not Quite Narwhal, Jessie Sima
Amberlough, Lara Elena Donnelly
Crossroads Of Canopy, Thoraiya Dyer
Wintersong, S. Jae-Jones
Closed And Common Orbit, Becky Chambers
Company Town, Madeline Ashby
Lovecraft Country, Matt Ruff
Monstrous Commotion, Gareth Williams
Rebel Of The Sands, Alwyn Hamilton
Unfortunate Decisions Of Dahlia Moss, Max Wirestone
Arkwright, Allen Steele
Return Of The Witch, Paula Brackston
Lost Time Accidents, John Wray
Tiger And The Wolf, Adrian Tchaikovsky
*Help Lesley launch The Valiant! Join us at 7pm on Thursday February 23rd at The Dominion (500 Queen St. East). There’ll be live music! Reading! Books! Gladiatorial fights to the death!**
**Or not. Only if you’re good.
This is how we moved, too: dozens of customers hefted books into and out of boxes, boxes into and out of trucks; furniture into and out of buildings.
TL;DR: people who shop at independent bookstores are the best.
PS: Don’t worry, we’ll never move again. NEVER.