February 2019 Staff Picks


February 2019 Staff Picks

Last Updated 2019/02/20

Brenda’s Pick: My brilliant Friend by Elena Ferrante This novel introduces the full depth of friendship that develops between two young girls born in Naples, Italy: Lila and Lenù. Growing up in


December 2018 Staff Picks

Last Updated 2018/12/12

Brenda’s Pick: Land of lost borders: out of bounds on the Silk Road by Kate Harris A Canadian and multi-faceted explorer, Kate Harris, and her friend rode a section of the


October 2018 Staff Picks

Last Updated 2018/10/03

Brenda’s Pick : No baggage: a minimalist tale of love & wandering by Clara Benson I hate packing for a trip, so this book title caught my eye. It’s an engaging


August 2018 Staff Picks

Last Updated 2018/08/18

David’s Pick : The Death of Homo Economicus by Peter Fleming This blistering, hilarious, & occasionally horrifying survey of the current state of capitalism & neoliberalism will make your hair stand on end.


June 2018 Staff Picks

Last Updated 2018/06/08

David’s Pick: The Rub of Time by Martin Amis Amis, who touts himself as “the only hereditary novelist in the Anglophone literary corpus”, is pretty authoritative when writing about literature, even when so much


April 2018 Staff Picks

Last Updated 2018/04/11

Brenda’s Picks – “I am not your negro” DVD by  James Baldwin; Between the world and me by Ta-Nehisi Coates These two items provide a deep insight into racial politics in the US,