Wow, what a hot summer!. In between our iced coffees and delicious pure pops, we’ve been melting over some great new releases from Paul Auster – which I’m loving right now, Michael Chabon – gorgeous, just finished; biting our nails thanks to Gerald Seymour, and worrying for humanity with TC Boyle. Speaking of worry…..Some worrying but enlightening non fiction from JD Vance and Daniel Levin sheds light on the state of global power and politics. Thankfully countered by the uplifting Riviera Set and Thanks for being Late by Thomas Friedman. The new Martin Sharp autobiography is a must for the Australian arts afficionado.
We are working on some exciting new authors visiting this year, and have the gorgeous David Handley visiting us Sunday afternoon of the 19th for a glass of bubbly in celebration of 20 years of Sculpture by the Sea. Founder and director of this iconic Sydney arts festival, David has just released a beautiful picture book chronicling 20 years of innovation in Internation sculpture. Call us to book.
We look forward to hearing what you’ve been reading this summer. Don’t forget about the iced coffee and icy poles, always cold at Bookoccino.