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Our selection of ebook releases

It’s National Poetry Month! Which of these collections do you have your eyes on? http://t.co/V7hxMOC50S — Feedbooks (@feedbooks) April 14, 2014 We have built a selection of the best poetry collections we recommend, but if this is not enough (the list is far from complete!), you can browse the full dedicated category. Congratulations to Donna Tartt […]

Our selection of ebook releases

Interviews Interview of Julia Angwin about Dragnet Nation http://t.co/gDsc7gHGMv @JuliaAngwin @HenryHolt pic.twitter.com/lHK8YX1kLA — Feedbooks (@feedbooks) March 31, 2014 If you’re interested in this topic and also generally in what awaits us in terms of technology and its impact on our daily life, make sure to browse our category Future Studies. Recommended new releases Lydia Davis […]

Our selection of ebook releases

Interviews Interview of Amity Gaige about her novel Schroder http://t.co/sgsMM3rxNp published by @twelvebooks pic.twitter.com/DTY0llLe2b — Feedbooks (@feedbooks) March 10, 2014 Schroder was shortlisted for the Folio Prize and was selected in many end-of-the-year lists, such as the prestigious New York Times Notable Books of The Year list. Interview of Ben Lerner about his novel Leaving […]

Our selection of ebook releases

INTERVIEWS Short interview of Patrick Deville about Plague and Cholera http://t.co/tN7CbYv1lv @AbacusBooks @LittleBrownUK pic.twitter.com/MY83fPnrgV — Feedbooks (@feedbooks) February 27, 2014 If you are not familiar with Francophone literature, we highly recommend our dedicated section, with latest releases by Marie NDiaye, Antoine Rouaud… SELECTIONS Harper Perennial Staff Picks: Carol Shields, Nancy Mitford, Willy Vlautin and many […]

Our selection of ebook releases

INTERVIEWS Interview of Jennifer Clement about Prayers for the Stolen @vintagebooks http://t.co/sInICf9BTG pic.twitter.com/22pHCNEnwC — Feedbooks (@feedbooks) February 19, 2014   Prayers for the Stolen tells the story of Ladydi, a fierce young lady in Guerrero, Mexico, where young girls must hide their beauty so as not to be kidnapped by drug cartels. Jennifer Clement’s previous […]