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Loganberry News May 2022

Bookies unite! This Saturday, April 30 is bookstore holiday, aka Independent Bookstore Day! It's kinda like a birthday party you throw for yourself. No, it totally is. It's definitely our birthday. And we intend to celebrate for as long as we can. Case in point? 22 Book events coming up, including 3 nationally renowned authors (Adriana Trigiani! Dan Chaon! Echo Brown!), book clubs, seminars, and signings. We'll drink a toast to Otis and learn about Malabar Farm, get serious about poetry, paper making, and prizes. We might need a vacation soon.


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Independent Bookstore Day 2022

Saturday, April 30, 2022, 10am-6pm
Independent bookstores are not just stores, they’re community centers and local anchors run by passionate readers. They are entire universes of ideas that contain the possibility of real serendipity. Independent Bookstores are living, breathing organisms that continue to grow and expand. In fact, there are more of us this year than there were last year!

Join us at Loganberry Books on April 30 as we celebrate Independent Bookstore Day all day long, along with 872 other indie bookstore across the country. We'll have books, gifts, tchotchkes, & swag developed exclusively for this event, as well as Raffles, Wordle contests, and Wheel of Fortune prizes to say thank you for shopping indie.

As part of saying thank you to our community, Loganberry will donate 10% of all IBD sales to the Kids Book Bank Books Like Me campaign to get children's books by people of color, featuring diverse characters, to kids around NE Ohio.


Author Event

Thin Places by Kerri ni Dochartaigh, in conversation with Margaret Renkl
Sunday, May 1, 2022 12pm
~online, via Zoom~
Loganberry Books is thrilled to host debut author Kerri ni Dochartaigh in conversation with New York Times contributor and Late Migrations author Margaret Renkl about Thin Places, Kerri's luminous memoir of growing up during The Troubles in Northern Ireland. It's a gorgeous braid of “two strands, one wondrous and elemental, the other violent and unsettling, sustained by vividly descriptive prose” (The Guardian), exploring heartbreak, family, and the solace of the natural world in times of violence:

Tune in for this free conversation by registering here and order your copy of Thin Places from Loganberry

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*James R. Redwood: Two Ships*
Sunday, May 1, 2022, 12pm
The first half of the 17th century brought war to Europe like never before. Young Piotr Nowak’s family is caught up in the maelstrom of violence, and he is forced to flee his home. Penniless and alone, he finds passage on a ship bound for the New World. Jana Mueller loses her father to the foreign soldiers quartering in her village. Sent away from the violence to Ireland, she starts her training as a nun, and is assigned to a ship leaving for Quebec City. When the two ships leave port, a journey is initiated that will weave the lives of the travelers together with a new land and the people in it.

Jim Redwood grew up in Delaware County, Ohio. He has an undergraduate degree in Education from Bowling Green State University and a Master’s degree in Special Education from Ashland University.

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Monica Weber Babcock: A Melancholy Union
Sunday, May 1, 2022, 2pm
Weaving meticulous research with imagination, Monica Weber Babcock in A Melancholy Union gives voice to her great-great-grandparents Samuel and Julia, survivors of the Irish Potato Famine who emigrated to the United State in the 1850s. As they recount their lives through alternating chapters, they draw us into their turbulent world shaped by hunger, hope, poverty, love, sickness, and haunting memories of Civil War battlefields. Finally, they describe how, in struggling to care for their family, they make desperate decisions leading to unimagined consequences.

Monica Weber Babcock has taught writing at John Carroll University and Lorain County Community College. Her book of poetry, Heartscape, was released in 2013 and her first novel Burden of Remembrance in 2018.


Author Event

Tim Harnett: No Beard or Bowtie Required: Cocktails for the Craft-Curious
Thursday, May 5, 6:30pm
Come to a class in craft cocktail making with local bartender, Tim Harnett! In No Beard or Bow Tie Required, Harnett divulges everything you need to know about making high end drinks: the ingredients, the techniques, the proper glass, and the perfect garnish. Samples will be served!
This is a paid, ticketed event for ages 21+

Register for the event here. The ticket price (purchased at the event) includes a copy of the book.


Annex Gallery

Ava Reiss: Drifting in the Galaxy
May 1-31, 2022
Ava Reiss is a writer and illustrator from the Cleveland area. Her written works are science-fiction and fantasy, and she often turns to art for inspiration. Romantically, she recognizes we're all stardust and believes humanity holds a deeper connection to the cosmos than we take time to see. She hopes her installation will inspire others to relax by disconnecting from the day-to-day and drift pleasantly through the various colors and moods of the galaxy.


Berry Good Book Club

Chloe Gong: These Violent Delights
Wednesday, April 4, 7:30pm
~1st Wednesdays, via Zoom~
This month's bookseller host: Miranda

Miranda says "Romeo and Juliet retelling. 1920's Shanghai. Compelling characters. Beautiful writing. Even if you don't typically read YA, I highly recommend These Violent Delights. I am so excited to discuss this with everyone at Berry Good Books!

The stars incline us, they do not bind us."

Register here to join this free discussion and click here to purchase a copy of the book.

NEXT: June's Berry Good Book Club (Wed. 6/1 at 7:30pm): Fearing the Black Body by Sabrina Strings by Sabrina Strings with Bookseller Rachel! Go ahead and register for the discussion here.


Author Event

Adriana Trigiani: The Good Left Undone
Wednesday, May 11, 7pm
Join us for a special evening with bestselling author Adriana Trigiani to celebrate her latest release, The Good Left Undone!

This is a ticketed event: admission includes one copy of the book. Seated capacity is now sold out. A limited number of Standing Room Only tickets are available (best view!), click here) to purchase.

*To order copies of the book for mailing or in-store pickup (without event ticket), click here.*

In the halcyon days of the past, Domenica Cabrelli thrives in the coastal town of Viareggio until the day her beloved home becomes unsafe as Italy teeters on the brink of World War II. A hundred years later, her daughter, Matelda, and her great-granddaughter, Anina, face the same big questions about life and their family’s legacy as Matelda contemplates what is worth fighting for, and when to let go. Epic in scope and resplendent with the glorious themes of identity and belonging, The Good Left Undone unfolds in breathtaking detail. Based on a meticulously researched true story, it is Adriana Trigiani’s opus.

Peculiar Book Club

Mary Cappello: Swallow: Foreign Bodies, Their Ingestion, Inspiration, and the Curious Doctor Who Extracted Them
Thursday, May 12, 2022 7pm ET
~2nd Thursdays + 4th Thursdays, via Zoom~
Finally, a book club for the Peculiars! Join host and local author of Mr Humble and Dr. Butcher, Dr. Brandy Schillace, for book club dates with your favorite authors of strange history, medical marvels, and weird science.You'll get to meet the author and participate in the discussion–so come with questions!

This edition of the Peculiar Book Club features Mary Cappello, author of Swallow: Foreign Bodies, Their Ingestion, Inspiration, and the Curious Doctor Who Extracted Them. Want to learn more about the weird things that humans have ingested? You can hear it straight from the author herself!

Register for the event here, and be sure to check out the Peculiar Book Club website for more information. and get signed copies of the books from Loganberry's online store or call us at (216) 795-9800


Broadsides & Ephemera

Community Poetry Reading featuring: Doc Janning
Thursday, May 12, 7pm ET
~second Thursdays, in-store~
Broadsides & Ephemera returns LIVE at Loganberry Books, and featuring a new format of the featured poet reading for half an hour, followed by a Q&A. Don't despair if you can't make it; we are looking into offering a hybrid version as well.

Our featured reader this month is Doc Janning! Doc is the Inaugural Poet Laureate of The City of South Euclid. He has created Ekphrastic Poetry for Heights Arts and for Cleveland Photo Fest. Doc is Moderator of Second Sunday Poets, Creator-Moderator of Awenites, and a Featured Reader for poetry events around the world, is included in twenty anthologies, and has had individual poems published on La Hermosa Bruja, and by

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Emma Riva: Night Shift in Tamaqua
Sunday, May 15, 1pm
Lance Miller and Ellen Kostopoulou don’t have much in common, but they’re both awake between two and five in the morning. Lance is a Postmates delivery guy with a broken down car; he lives alone with his five dogs, insecure that he’s one of the few Jewish people in Tamaqua, PA. Ellen is an overworked graveyard shift waitress and an insomniac wracked with guilt over the fact that she didn’t complete her education. One night, Ellen offers Lance a ride. From there, two night owl misfits discover they each can offer the other something to heal their wounds and ease their loneliness.

Emma Riva is a novelist and fine arts journalist who has been writing for as long as she can remember. She is a graduate of The New School, and her fiction has received accolades from the UK-based Wilbur and Niso Smith Foundation and Rainy Day, Cornell University's literary magazine. She recently covered Cleveland's own Graffiti HeArt gallery on Superior Avenue. She lives in Pittsburgh.

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Denise Monique: Despite My Odds
Sunday, May 15, 2pm
Layla spent the first eight years of her life in a loving home with her grandparents. That comfort all ended once welfare caught up with her mother who was still receiving food benefits for her. After moving to her mothers’ home, the dysfunctional relationships continued for years. A life full of low self-esteem, promiscuity and one bad relationship after another continued until Layla sought her power back from all those that had taken advantage of her. This story will inspire you to look within for the strength to push forward.

Denise Monique is a married mother of five children and eight grandchildren and a licensed social worker and loves to travel as much as possible. She is very passionate about helping others find the light within themselves to start their path to better lives.


Naturalists Notebook

Stephen Heyman: The Planter of Modern Life
Sunday, May 15, 1:00pm
What do Malabar Farm, Humphrey Bogart, and soil conservation have in common? Louis Bromfield was born in Mansfield, Ohio, went on to become a WWII ambulance driver, Pulitzer Prize-winning author in the 1920's, an ex-pat in France, and an important conservationist. With his experimental farm, Malabar Farm, Bromfield played an important role in the environmental movement we know today. Bromfield's story is one not to be forgotten and very important in the world's discussion of sustainable agriculture and organic farming today.

Hosted jointly with The Nature Center at Shaker Lakes: Register for the free event here and purchase a copy of the book from Loganberry here.

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Robert Kehew: Lark in the Morning: The Verses of the Troubadours
Thursday, May 19, 6:30-8pm
Lark in the Morning brings together verse translations of medieval troubadours’ lyrics by Ezra Pound, Pulitzer Prize-winning poet W.D. Snodgrass, and Robert Kehew. These songs of romantic love, with pleasing melodies and intricate stanzaic patterns, have inspired poets and song writers ever since, from Dante to Chaucer, from Renaissance sonneteers to the Romantics, and from Verlaine and Rimbaud to modern rock lyricists. Translations from Lark in the Morning will be featured during two upcoming concerts by Cleveland’s own medieval music vocal trio, Trobár.

Robert Kehew is a poet and playwright. Mr. Kehew lived in Kenya from 2009 to 2020, where he worked for the UN; he currently lives with his wife and two children in Arlington, Virginia.

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LaBena Fleming: I Love You Always: One Family's Alzheimer's/Dementia Journey
Sunday, May 22, 2pm ET
Lottie Berry, a self-proclaimed badass, receives a dementia diagnosis that thrusts her family into a tumultuous journey. Refusal to accept the early signs results in major decisions having to be made in a minimal amount of time. In spite of this, her children manage to place Lottie's best interests ahead of their own as they join forces to help her achieve her goal of living until ninety while remaining in her own home.

Best-selling author and winner of the 2021 Caregiver Friendly Award, LaBena Fleming was born in Michigan, raised in Ravenna, Ohio, educated at Ursuline and Notre Dame Colleges in Ohio, and resides in Richmond Heights, Ohio with her husband.

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Pat Averbach: Resurrecting Rain
Sunday, May 22, 1pm
Resurrecting Rain explores the unanticipated consequences of the choices that we make, the bonds and boundaries of love, and the cost of our infatuation with materialism. Deena's house is being auctioned off at a sheriff's sale and her marriage is falling apart. As her carefully constructed life unravels, her thoughts return to the New Moon Commune outside Santa Fe where she was born, and to Rain, the lesbian mother she abandoned at fourteen.


Not YA Average Book Club

Jessica Goodman: They'll Never Catch Us
Thursday, May 26, 2022, 4pm ET
~online, via Zoom~
Sisters Stella and Ellie Steckler are only a year apart, but their different personalities make their relationship complicated. Stella is a single-minded runner, driven, and keeps to herself. Her sister Ellie is a talented runner too, but she also lets herself have fun. Both Stecklers' lives are upended when talented runner Mila comes to town. With regionals approaching and college scouts taking notice, the pressure is on. But then, suddenly, Mila goes out on a training run and never returns. No one knows what happened, but all eyes are on the Steckler sisters.

We will have a fun discussion and an even more fun activity (please have a writing utensil and paper ready. (Don't worry: this won't be your average classroom activity!

Open to teens age 15-18 Register for the free discussion here and order a copy of the book here.

Peculiar Book Club

Cristin O'Keefe Aptowicz: Dr. Mutter's Marvels
Thursday, May 26, 2022 7pm ET
~2nd Thursdays + 4th Thursdays, via Zoom~
For this edition of the Peculiar Book Club, Brandy Schillace will be joined by Cristin O'Keefe Aptowicz, author of Dr. Mutter's Marvels, an inside look at the man behind the amazing collection of medical oddities housed in Philadelphia.

Register for the event here, and get signed copies of the books from Loganberry's online store or call us at (216) 795-9800.

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Author Talk

An Evening with Echo Brown
Thursday, May 26, 6:30pm
Join award-winning YA novelist and playwright Echo Brown for a talk on the spiritual practices that have influenced her life, career choices, and literary works. From yoga, meditation, shamanism, tantra, and creative development; to healing suicidal depression through EMDR and generative coaching. After her kidneys failed, Echo was forced to do some of the deepest spiritual healing of her life, coming to a new understanding of the world and her place in it. *This a free event, but registration is required here.*

Echo Brown is the author of Black Girl Unlimited: The Remarkable Story of a Teenage Wizard, which was named a William C. Morris Award Finalist, a School Library Journal Best Book of the Year, a New York Public Library Best Book of the Year, a CCBC Choice Title, among other honors; as well as The Chosen One: A First-Generation Ivy League Odyssey . A performer and playwright, Echo created the acclaimed one-woman show Black Virgins Are Not for Hipsters. She is a Dartmouth alumna and the first female college graduate in her family.

NOBS Forum

Tom Balbo, Artistic Director of the Morgan Conservatory on Papermaking
Thursday, May 26, 2022, 7:30pm ET
~online, via Zoom~
Join fellow NOBS members and guest to learn about the art and science of making paper with Tom Balbo, artistic director of Cleveland’s own Morgan Conservatory.

Tom Balbo is a Cleveland-based artist whose work has been collected for well over 30 years. Tom teamed up with noted Cleveland-area artists and national hand paper-making artists to improve and conserve the art of paper & book arts educational programming in the US and the Morgan Art of Papermaking Conservatory and Educational Foundation officially opened its doors in October 2008.

If you need a link to attend email and a Zoom link will be provided before the event!


Otis' Retirement Party

Sunday, May 29, 2022, 1-5pm
Otis walked up 14 years ago and demanded a job. He was persistent, good looking, and quite nimble on a ladder, so I took him on. It was an excellent decision. He made friends with everyone, knew his jurisdictions well, and was stellar with marketing.

Some time after his 10th birthday party (complete with art contests and party favors), he developed feline diabetes and pancreatitis, both of which contribute to the other and proved difficult to manage. He's doing fine at the moment, but he's happier at home these days. You may have noticed that he isn't in the bookstore as often (and sometimes his little sister Alice is). I just wanted to make this announcement officially: Otis is retiring from Loganberry Books.

Thanks to all his fans and well-wishers, he appreciates all your ear skritches and head pats. We'll celebrate with cat-cakes and raffles, and raise some funds for the Weirdo Cat Lovers of Cleveland. Enjoy your well-earned retirement, Otis!

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Colby Smith: Ironic Skeletons
Sunday, May 29, 2022, 1pm
In Ironic Skeletons, D.W. Lambert works with fossils of an unusual character - so unusual they shouldn't really exist. And, perhaps, they don't. The Ironic Skeletons, uncertainty conquers certainty, madness and science intertwine, and the sacred is indistinguishable from the profane.

Colby Smith was born and raised in southern West Virginia and is currently based in Cleveland, Ohio. His fiction has appeared in numerous anthologies and his nonfiction has appeared in Vastarien, Spontaneous Poetics, and regularly in The Aither. His debut short story collection, The Universe as Performance Art, is forthcoming from Eibonvale Press.

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Local Voices

Michelle Herman: Close-Up
Sunday, May 29, 2pm
In Close-Up, Michelle Herman unfolds a complex family history in which abandonment caused painful estrangements and unexpected alliances. With subtle wit and unshakeable confidence, she demonstrates the alternating forms a family can take: a refuge, a prison, a solace, a vexation, one at a time or all at once, and right before your eyes. A satisfying, unhurried novel for fans of Anne Tyler and Ann Patchett.

Michelle Herman is the author of three previous novels and her essays and stories have appeared in T_he Sun, American Scholar, Ploughshares, Creative Nonfiction_ and many other journals. Her awards and honors include fellowships and grants from the Ohio Arts Council, the Greater Columbus Arts Council, and the National Endowment for the Arts. She teaches at The Ohio State University.


Author Event

Dan Chaon: Sleepwalk
Friday, June 3, 2022, 7pm
This is a ticketed event - the ticket price includes a copy of the book
Join Loganberry for an evening with New York Times bestselling author Dan Chaon to celebrate the release of his darkly comic chase novel full of suspense and adventure.

Sleepwalk is told in the humorous voice of Will Bear—a low-level flunky for a clandestine criminal syndicate who has been traveling on assignment around the northern hemisphere with his faithful dog, living under assumed names and casually ignoring the collapsing world around him. But when an insistent hacker claiming to be Will’s daughter informs him that he’s at the center of a global conspiracy, and that her life is in danger, the past he’s spent a lifetime trying to forget begins to catch up with him.

Click here to purchase a ticket to this event (the price of which includes a copy of the book!) Click here to preorder the book without reserving an event ticket.

Other Offerings

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Monthly Sales

Spring has sprung! Get out your spade, consult your gardening references, and get growing! All books in the Gardening and Natural History sections are 20% off during the month of May. That includes bird watching and fishing, too.


Apply for Author Alley!

Author Alley is one of Loganberry Books' signature annual events, celebrating local authors of all genres from across Ohio, and the application to participate in Author Alley 2022 is now available on our website!

Over the past 20 years, the event has grown to be the largest book fair hosted by an independent bookstore in northern Ohio. Last year, we welcomed over 60 authors and thousands of readers to our celebrations, and this year promises the same excitement, spread across three weekends in August.

We look forward to receiving your application by Tuesday, May 31, 2022. Click here to register now!

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Broaden Your Bookshelf Reading Challenge

January 2022-January 2023
~year long~
Join us on a free yearlong reading adventure to read more, read deeper, read bigger, read wider.

2nd Quarter reading prompts will be announced in early April! Sign up now for a spring reading challenge and log books read to be entered into Q2 raffle to be drawn at the end of June.

▪ 20 prompts per quarter + quarterly prizes!
▪ Monthly updates, including a Bonanza map of logged book settings!
▪ Social media challenges! For more info click here.
20 prompts per quarter + quarterly prizes!
Monthly updates, including a Bonanza map of logged book settings!
Social media challenges! For more info click here.

Got Books to Sell? We're Buying!

Please give us a sneak peek (call 216-795-9800 or so we can get you registered before dropping off your books (required). You can check out our current protocols here

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Bulk Order Discounts

Does your church, synagogue, school, or company need to order 10 or more copies of a book for a group read or special event? Order from Loganberry and receive a discount! We can even deliver to your location free of charge! Contact for more details!

▪ Our Online Store: In-store stock of new and collectible books
▪ Buy books that we don't have in-store, have them shipped directly to you, and we'll get a portion of the sale!
▪ Book of the Month Club: Hand-selected books mailed to readers monthly for over 25 years!
▪ Gift Certificates: online or over the phone at 216-795-9800.
▪ Digital Audiobooks from Loganberry via
▪ Ebooks from Loganberry.
▪ **Facebook, Instagram, Twitter, and the Loganberry Blog.**
Our Online Store: In-store stock of new and collectible books Buy books that we don't have in-store, have them shipped directly to you, and we'll get a portion of the sale!
Book of the Month Club: Hand-selected books mailed to readers monthly for over 25 years!
Gift Certificates: online or over the phone at 216-795-9800.
Digital Audiobooks from Loganberry via
Ebooks from Loganberry.
**Facebook, Instagram, Twitter, and the Loganberry Blog.**

Read along with our booksellers: Asian American & Pacific Islander Heritage Month

Purchase any book below by clicking on its title!

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Harriett is reading A History of Scars: A Memoir by Laura Lee "In this excruciatingly honest book of autobiographical essays, Laura Lee exposes her fears and desires, rock climbing through her childhood trauma, cooking her Korean legacy, battling the illnesses visibly and invisibly manifested in her family and herself. Her pacing is exquisite. Her foothold on every rock outcropping is secure and measured, to help her reach the next step of her route. Even in the scariest crux, her bravery and her vulnerability is admirable."

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Julie is reading: Magical Boy by The Kao: "This comic (aimed at teen readers but great for readers of any age!) is by a Taiwanese American artist who riffs off Magical Girl Sailor Moon. The main character, Max, is a trans teen boy who is very displeased to learn that he's the descendent of a long line of magical girls, and is now expected to take on that mantle. Will he be able to get rid of the monsters, please his mother, and integrate with his new identity to become a Magical Boy? Enjoy this delightful book and find out!"

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Miesha is reading Space Tigers by Ava Reiss, "a children’s picture book about two kittens from the planet Catopia, a place that proved to be no utopia for the two cat sisters who got bullied for their colorless coats of fur. They fly to Earth where a boy and his cat appreciate the sisters for their other talents and compassion. With its gorgeous illustrations and poetic language, Space Tigers is sure to delight young readers."

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Wendy is reading The Strange Library by Haruki Murakami: "This illustrated novella tells the story of a boy trapped in a surreal library. Designed by Chip Kidd, the book can be treasured as a work of art, as well as a unique story that seems to be pulled directly from one of Murakami's nightmares."

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Elisabeth is reading When The Whales Leave by Yuri Rytkheu*: "This marvelously mythic little novella, set in a settlement of indigenous Chukchi people in the Pacific Arctic, was originally published in Russian in 1975 and only translated into English into 2020. It can be read as an ecoparable of interrelatedness but also an intimate story of community life in an indigenous village. A wonderful gem."


Sarah is recommending First They Killed My Father by Loung Ung: "Loung is a survivor of the Cambodian Killing Fields. Heartbreaking, and inspiring, it’s a must-read for understanding history; the horrific reality of war and the power of an individual to survive."


*Toni is reading Midnight, Water City by Chris McKinney :* "Futuristic sci-fi noir police procedural with climate awareness, set in Hawaii by a Hawaiian author? Oh my! I am so excited about this book. Set in an underwater city in 2142, this inventive, imaginative book, both entertaining and unsettling, was one of Publishers Weekly's best mysteries of 2021 and a Locus magazine must-read."


*Freddy is reading: Interpreter of Maladies by Jhumpa Lahiri* "This debut collection of short stories won the Pulitzer Prize in 1999. All of the stories speak to a new, first generation of Indians caught between their roots and this new world they had come to make their home. Blending cultures is not a new theme but Lahiri's empathetic writing makes each of these stories seem unique and gets the reader involved quickly."

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Thanks for reading,
Harriett & all the Loganberries

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