We miss having customers in the store! However, we want our customers and staff to stay healthy and safe so are still in the process of opening safely.
While we work to open up, we're also here to meet your bookish needs! To buy new books, order through this website. If you're looking for used or rare books, browse our collection on Biblio. You can also give us a call to place an order or to check on the availability of a title.
While we remain closed, we can offer curbside pick-up or shipping services only.
We are unable to consider used book offers until after we re-open to the public.
Eleanor Flood embodies the most human parts of all of us: insecure, off-kilter, and struggling to find joy in the life she has. A wealthy Seattle graphic artist and mom approaching middle-age, Eleanor at face value has little in common with me, but us nonetheless profoundly relateable. Hilarious... touching... captivating.
This memoir, by the author of the novel, Oranges are Not the Only Fruit, is strange and relatable. Winterson's descriptions of her fight against blind conformity, a hard childhood, sexual discovery, and personal acceptance make for a touching and intense book.
Set in India and jumping forward and back through time, the narrative explores the beautiful, terrible, pivotal moments in the lives of tiwns Esther and Rachel and their mother Ammu. Dealing with issues of class and patriarchal oppression, love, and society, this book is unique and brilliant.