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Month: February 2018

Re-Reading Hobbits

For better part of my life, I have been walking around telling the stupidest excuse for not reading the Lord of the Rings series. I did it wrong. Side note, why do I have so many stories about how I broke the rules or reading/writing/life, and got a horrible experience as a result? I should really […]

For Love of Bookstores | Kramerbooks & Afterwords Cafe, Washington, DC

Well, nothing. And Kramerbooks & Afterwords Cafe knows this little tidbit, and has been serving up amazing books and amazing eats and drinks in Washington, DC since 1976. When I first arrived in DC, back in the ancient times of 2008 (Obama campaign was in full force, hope was high, Trump was still hosting beauty […]

Feminist Bookshelf | Continuum Presents the Feminist Candy Book Bundle

I’m happy to be able to announce that we’ve formed a partnership with the fantastic feminist community Continuum Collective and Bluestockings Bookstore! Together, Imaginary Book Club and Continuum will be leading a virtual feminist book club. Three times per year, Continuum will launch a collection of feminist lit-candy perfect for building your feminist bookshelf. The selections […]

Ready to read a thriller this October?

As with all book clubs, a great part of the joy of our Imaginary Book Club is reading together and chatting about what we’ve read as a group. For more info on how our online book club works, and the many ways you can participate, hop over here or sign up to read with us.  Share your thoughts in the […]

Time for Book Club! Let’s chat Maus, by Art Spiegelman

As with all book clubs, a great part of the joy of our Imaginary Book Club is reading together and chatting about what we’ve read as a group. For more info on how our online book club work, and the many ways you can participate, hop over here or sign up to read with us. Each month our #ReadWithIBC post is […]

TBR | Top Picks from the 2016 Lambda Book Awards

The Lambda Literary Award winners were announced on June 7th, celebrating excellence in LGBT fiction and non-fiction. All of the nominees were pretty incredible, but a special congratulations to those who won in their categories! After this month, packed full of the highest highs and lowest lows, I feel like it’s even more apparent that reading […]