New This Month


Something for Everyone
Here are some of the exciting new titles you'll find on our shelves this month.



The Liberators by E.J. Koh

Again and Again by Jonathan Evison

The Madstone by Elizabeth Crook

The Happy Couple by Naoise Dolan

Same Bed Different Dreams by Ed Park

The Vulnerables by Sigrid Nunez

The Narrow Road Between Desires by Patrick Rothfuss

Before We Say Goodbye by Toshikazu Kawaguchi

So Late in the Day: Stories of Women and Men by Claire Keegan

Day by Michael Cunningham

Alice Sadie Celine by Sarah Blakley-Cartwright

The Mystery Guest: A Maid Novel by Nita Prose



What’s Cooking in the Kremlin: From Rasputin to Putin, How Russia Built an Empire with a Knife and a Fork by Witold Szablowski, translated by Antonia Lloyd-Jones

World Within a Song: Music That Changed My Life and Life That Changed My Music by Jeff Tweedy

Portal: San Francisco’s Ferry Building and the Reinvention of American Cities by John King

Humanize: A Maker’s Guide to Designing Our Cities by Thomas Heatherwick

Invitation to a Banquet: The Story of Chinese Food by Fuchsia Dunlop

Remembrance: Selected Correspondence of Ray Bradbury edited by Jonathan R. Eller

Mother, Nature: A 5,000-Mile Journey to Discover if a Mother and Son Can Survive Their Differences by Jedidiah Jenkins

The Core of an Onion: Peeling the Rarest Common Food by Mark Kurlansky

The Manuscripts Club: The People Behind a Thousand Years of Medieval Manuscripts by Christopher de Hamel

Dorothea Lange: Seeing People by Philip Brookman, Sarah Greenough, Andrea Nelson, and Laura Wexler