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If you’re a lover of literature, you will want to read this. Iowa City was recently ranked as the 4th best city for book lovers! We’re proud to be home to the Literary Walk, University of Iowa’s Writer’s Workshop, and (of course) the iconic Prairie Lights Bookstore.📚

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I am on the LATE late train with mystery Charlotte Carter!

Her Nanette Hayes mystery series was originally pubbed in 1997, but has been reissued with new cover art - which is how I cam upon it at my local bookstore (s/o to Prairie Lights!). Check out this review of Book One in the series!
Prairie Lights Bookstore - Melinda Mooty Pradarelli
Great New Children's Christmas Story
Celebrate with Easter Bunny's and Forest Friends Christmas at
Moriah Hallow.
Learn about who gave Mary the swaddling blanket
6 pm tonight join Prairie Lights Bookstore in partnership with Parnassus Books, to welcome Pamela Paul to celebrate her new book, 100 Things We've Lost to the Internet, in conversation with Ann Patchett.

In one hundred glimpses of that pre-Internet world, Pamela Paul, editor of The New York Times Book Review, presents a captivating record, enlivened with illustrations, of the world before cyberspace—from voicemails to blind dates to punctuation to civility. There are the small losses: postcards, the blessings of an adolescence largely spared of documentation, the Rolodex, and the genuine surprises at high school reunions. But there are larger repercussions, too: weaker memories, the inability to entertain oneself, and the utter demolition of privacy.

100 Things We’ve Lost to the Internet is at once an evocative swan song for a disappearing era and, perhaps, a guide to reclaiming just a little bit more of the world IRL.

Pamela Paul is the editor of The New York Times Book Review and oversees book coverage at the Times, where she hosts the weekly Book Review podcast. Her previous books include My Life with Bob; How to Raise a Reader; By the Book; Parenting, Inc.; Pornified; The Starter Marriage and the Future of Matrimony; and Rectangle Time, a book for children. Prior to joining The New York Times, she was a contributor to Time and The Economist, and her work has appeared in The Atlantic, The Washington Post, and Vogue.

Ann Patchett is the author of eight novels, The Patron Saint of Liars, Taft, The Magician's Assistant, Bel Canto, Run, State of Wonder, Commonwealth, and The Dutch House. She was the editor of Best American Short Stories, 2006, and has written three books of nonfiction, Truth & Beauty, about her friendship with the writer, Lucy Grealy, What now? an expansion of her graduation address at Sarah Lawrence College, and, This is the Story of a Happy Marriage, a collection of essays.

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7 pm tonight join Prairie Lights Bookstore for a virtual reading from Amy Butcher in conversation with Melissa Febos to celebrate the releases of her book Mothertrucker.

Cheryl Strayed, author of Wild says of the book "Amy Butcher’s Mothertrucker is both an intimate portrait of an unforgettable woman and a powerful exploration of how the author finds her way to a more courageous life. There’s truth and beauty on every page of this gorgeous and gripping book.”

Amy Butcher is an award-winning essayist and author of the 2015 memoir Visiting Hours (Blue Rider Press / Penguin Random House, 2015) and additional work that has appeared in the New York Times, Granta, Harper’s, The Iowa Review, Lit Hub, Guernica, Brevity, and others. MOTHERTRUCKER is in development to be a major motion picture by Makeready Films, directed by the Primetime Emmy-winning creator of “Transparent” and “I Love Dick,” Joey Soloway, and starring Academy Award and Golden Globe winner Julianne Moore. Excerpts from MOTHERTRUCKER earned a 2020 Individual Excellence Award from the Ohio Arts Council, and Amy’s additional work has benefited from awards and grants from the Vermont Studio Center, the Kimmel Harding Nelson Center for the Arts, the Stanley Awards for International Research, and the Olive B. O’Connor Fellowship in Creative Writing from Colgate University. She earned her MFA from the University of Iowa and presently serves as the director of creative writing and an associate professor of English at Ohio Wesleyan University. Amy teaches annually at the Iowa Summer Writing Festival and the Sitka Fine Arts Camp in Sitka, Alaska, and she lives in Ohio with her three rescue dogs, beautiful beasts.

Melissa Febos is the author of the memoir Whip Smart and two essay collections: Abandon Me and Girlhood. The inaugural winner of the Jeanne Córdova Nonfiction Award from LAMBDA Literary and the recipient of fellowships from The MacDowell Colony, Bread Loaf, Lower Manhattan Cultural Council, The BAU Institute, Vermont Studio Center, The Barbara Deming Foundation, and others; her essays have appeared in The Paris Review, The Believer, McSweeney's Quarterly, Granta, Sewanee Review, Tin House, The Sun, and The New York Times. She is an associate professor at the University of Iowa, where she teaches in the Nonfiction Writing Program.

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National Book Festival Presents
U.S. Poet Laureate Joy Harjo & Secretary of the Interior Deb Haaland
Library of Congress, Washington, DC/USA
November 1, 2021 / 7:00 pm - 8:00 pm EDT
(virtual)
The debut issue of AMIDST print magazine is now available for purchase in Iowa City, IA at Prairie Lights Bookstore, Iowa City’s premier indie bookstore, and home to one of our featured creatives, Andre Wright of Humanize My Hoodie. ✨

Not in Iowa City? Our first issue is still available for order on our website.⁠ You can also have future issues delivered directly to your doorstep, explore our subscription options.⁠

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7 pm tonight join Prairie Lights Bookstore for a reading and conversation with author Stephen Deusner to celebrate the release of his book Where the Devil Don't Stay: Traveling the South with the Drive-By Truckers. He will be joined in conversation by music critic Annie Zaleski.

Bob Mehr, author of the New York Times bestseller Trouble Boys: The True Story of the Replacements, says of the book, ""The rare writer who understands the totality of the Southern experience, Stephen Deusner has created a masterwork. Exploring the forces that have shaped the music of the Drive-By Truckers, this book stands as a definitive band biography and insightful regional history, as well as an exploration and deconstruction of our most powerful American myths. ”

Stephen Deusner is a freelance music journalist whose work appears in Pitchfork, Uncut, Stereogum, No Depression, and the Bluegrass Situation, among other publications. He has contributed longform liner notes to recent reissues by Pylon and the Glands.

Annie Zaleski is an award-winning writer with profiles, interviews, and criticism in a variety of publications. Bylines include Rolling Stone, NPR Music, The Guardian, Salon, Time, Billboard, The A.V. Club, Vulture, The Los Angeles Times, Stereogum, Cleveland Plain Dealer, and Las Vegas Weekly. She also contributed liner notes to the 2016 reissue of R.E.M.’s Out of Time and Game Theory’s 2020 collection Across The Barrier Of Sound: PostScript. She released a 33 1/3 book on Duran Duran's Rio in May 2021 and is currently at work on Why the B-52s Matter for University of Texas Press.

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Thanks to Prairie Lights Bookstore for supporting the Iowa City Book Festival. Prairie Lights will be on hand for most in-person events selling books, and you can always find what you need at the store (or online at www.prairielights.com)
Dear friends, tonight's Writers at Grinnell event with Hanif Abdurraqib is postponed. We will be announcing a rescheduled event shortly. Thank you for your understanding.
Peace, DB
Take a Kid Outdoors Is hosting an awesome event with prizes from Scheels and Heartland Soles!
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Prairie Lights sprang to life in May 1978 as a small, intimate bookstore offering titles by the newer voices of Raymond Carver and Alice Munro and by established authors like Eudora Welty and George Orwell.

Upcoming Readings: http://www.prairielights.com/live

In Fragments, Debut Stories Render Early Adulthood’s Quiet Challenges 12/18/2021

In Fragments, Debut Stories Render Early Adulthood’s Quiet Challenges

Great New York Times review of Cara Blue Adams, "You Never Get It Back," published by The University of Iowa Press. The collection won this year's John Simmons Short Fiction Award and was selected by Brandon Taylor.

In Fragments, Debut Stories Render Early Adulthood’s Quiet Challenges In her story collection, “You Never Get It Back,” Cara Blue Adams explores the microcosm of a young woman’s ordinary struggle in modern America, as she grows from student angst to adult crises.

12/18/2021

Asha Bhandary in conversation with Lina Murillo

Check out December 8th's lovely reading and conversation with Asha Bhandary and Lina Murillo to discuss Bhandary's new book "Freedom to Care: Liberalism, Dependency Care, and Culture"!

12/18/2021

"While the gentle winter sun slowly opens its eyes, let us all bring more light and compassion into the world. ”
― Dacha Avelin

"While the gentle winter sun slowly opens its eyes, let us all bring more light and compassion into the world. ”
― Dacha Avelin

You Should Go Read All 400 Books Texas Just Removed—They’re Awesome 12/18/2021

You Should Go Read All 400 Books Texas Just Removed—They’re Awesome

You Should Go Read All 400 Books Texas Just Removed—They’re Awesome One of the state’s largest school districts removed 400 books—mostly about race, gender, and sexuality—off its shelves just in case they are “vulgar.”

12/17/2021

We still have a few of Bell Hooks' books in the store -- and more are on the way.

“Love is an action, never simply a feeling. “ —bell hooks ❤️

The Best Poetry of 2021 12/16/2021

The Best Poetry of 2021

So nice to see Writers' Workshop Graduate, Mark Leidner, on this list!

https://www.nytimes.com/2021/12/10/books/review/best-poetry-books-2021.html?fbclid=IwAR1Nmo0v6S_DaAA5042NWo_lyzcO0JVFFz4QZ9vsFIM2tClP24W1GaBbLzE

The Best Poetry of 2021 The Book Review’s poetry columnist, Elisa Gabbert, picks her seven favorite collections of the year.

12/16/2021

Prairie Lights Bookstore

Prairie Lights Gift Certificates make people happy. They can be redeemed in the bookstore or the cafe and they NEVER EXPIRE. Stop in the store for one, or call us at 1-319-337-2681. We mail them out as soon as we hear from you. Or, we can hold them for in-store pick up.

Prairie Lights Bookstore Prairie Lights sprang to life in May 1978 as a small, intimate bookstore offering titles by the newer voices of Raymond Carver and Alice Munro and by established authors like Eudora Welty and George Orwell.

Times Critics Discuss 2021 in Books, From Breakout Stars to Cover Blobs 12/16/2021

Times Critics Discuss 2021 in Books, From Breakout Stars to Cover Blobs

Interesting talk among the critics.

Times Critics Discuss 2021 in Books, From Breakout Stars to Cover Blobs The Times’s staff critics talk with one another about the reading they did this year, on and off the job.

Feminist Author bell hooks Has Died at 69 12/15/2021

Feminist Author bell hooks Has Died at 69

https://bookriot.com/bell-hooks/?fbclid=IwAR0mxpVq7kq1meEqTo2ZpjEEiR_B2M9T6jdclHmlZHNNEuevRIbbY89_gOw

Bell Hooks' books have been a staple in Prairie Lights for 40 years. That will continue.

Feminist Author bell hooks Has Died at 69 Legendary feminist author and activist bell hooks has died at the age of 69.

Announcing the 2022 PEN America Literary Awards Longlists 12/15/2021

Announcing the 2022 PEN America Literary Awards Longlists

Congratulations to Rachel Yoder on being longlisted for a PEN Award for her first novel, Nightbitch!

https://pen.org/literary-awards/2022-pen-america-longlists/

Announcing the 2022 PEN America Literary Awards Longlists PEN America is honored to announce the longlists for the 2022 PEN America Literary Awards.

12/13/2021

Kia Corthron in conversation with Lisa Schlesinger

Check out last week's reading and conversation with Kia Corthron and Lisa Schlesinger celebrating Kia's new book "Moon and the Mars"!

12/06/2021

Beth Hoffman in conversation with Chuck Offenburger

You can watch last week's incredible reading and conversation with author Beth Hoffman and Chuck Offenburger here! Don't miss their wonderful discussion about Hoffman's new book "Bet The Farm: The Dollars and Sense of Growing Food in America" as well as all things agrictulure in Iowa!

Joan Didion on Self-Respect 12/05/2021

Joan Didion on Self-Respect

Wishing the great Joan Didion good wishes on her birthday.

“Character — the willingness to accept responsibility for one’s own life — is the source from which self-respect springs.”

Joan Didion on Self-Respect “Character — the willingness to accept responsibility for one’s own life — is the source from which self-respect springs.”

The 8 Best American Cities for Book Lovers 12/04/2021

The 8 Best American Cities for Book Lovers

Fodor's just named Iowa City as one of the 8 best American cities for book lovers. And, we appreciate the shout-out!!

https://www.fodors.com/news/photos/the-8-best-american-cities-for-book-lovers?fbclid=IwAR2KHE-jFETR0_f1YDC5YABrtN344eIHXY41YEquFZ1UmzxPOhlBNEqAbSM

The 8 Best American Cities for Book Lovers This one’s for you, reader.

12/04/2021

“Ah, how good it is to be among people who are reading.”

― Rainer Maria Rilke, born December 4, 1875

“Ah, how good it is to be among people who are reading.”

― Rainer Maria Rilke, born December 4, 1875

Mobile Uploads 12/03/2021

Mobile Uploads

And to remind us, “Kissing Fish” is a book!

12/03/2021

Join us tonight for a virtual reading with Beth Hoffman -- more information and a link to zoom below.

7 pm tonight join Prairie Lights Bookstore for a virtual reading and conversation with Beth Hoffman to celebrate the release of her new book Bet The Farm: The Dollars and Cents of Growing Food in America. She will be joined in conversation by Chuck Offenburger.

John Piotti, President of the American Farmland Trust says of the book, "Honest and authentic, Beth Hoffman accomplishes what few authors who write about farms ever achieve: conveying amid the hard work and simple pleasures, the realities of running a tough business. Readers seldom get to view farming so accurately."

Beth Hoffman has been reporting on food and agriculture for over twenty years, airing on NPR, The World, Latino USA, Living on Earth, and others. She blogged for Forbes as the Hungry Hack and studied the food system in depth as a student, fellow and co-lecturer at UC Berkeley’s School of Journalism. She has completed several documentary projects including a year cooking with immigrant women in their homes and telling their stories. She was an Associate Professor in Media Studies at the University of San Francisco for six years. Two years ago, in her late 40s, she and her husband left San Francisco and moved to rural Iowa to take over his family’s farm. Bet the Farm looks at the economics of American agriculture, told through Hoffman’s personal story of becoming a farmer.

Chuck Offenburger is a mostly-retired Iowa writer who had a 26-year career covering Iowa and its people for the Des Moines Register. His "Iowa Boy" column in the Register took him all over the state, across the nation and around the world. He now lives and writes at his "Simple Serenity Farm" outside the tiny town of Cooper (pop. 30, maybe) in west central Iowa, "surrounded by some of the most interesting farming operations you could find anywhere." His writing -- on a wide range of topics -- now appears first on his website www.Offenburger.com, which is one of the oldest news and opinion sites in Iowa.

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12/02/2021

Elizabeth Weiss in conversation with Yaa Gyasi

In case you missed it, check out last night's reading with the wonderful (and former Prairie Lights employee) Elizabeth Weiss in conversation with Yaa Gyasi! They discussed Weiss' new book "The Sisters Sweet," which you can find here:

https://www.prairielightsbooks.com/book/9781984801548

Awe might be our most undervalued emotion. Here’s how to help children find it. 12/02/2021

Awe might be our most undervalued emotion. Here’s how to help children find it.

"Awe makes us curious rather than judgmental. It makes us collaborative"

Wonderful article -- makes you want to go for a walk and come home to a good book.

Awe might be our most undervalued emotion. Here’s how to help children find it. Here’s how experts say we can infuse more awe into our everyday lives — and why we should.

Editorial: The ebb and tide of zeal | Storm Lake Times 12/02/2021

Editorial: The ebb and tide of zeal | Storm Lake Times

Another great column by Art Cullen!!

Editorial: The ebb and tide of zeal | Storm Lake Times Some zealots and Republican politicians are working themselves into a froth over what they consider "obscene" materials on the shelves and in the classrooms of our public schools. Debates ha

The 2021 Talk of Iowa holiday book guide for adults 12/01/2021

The 2021 Talk of Iowa holiday book guide for adults

We had such a great time talking books with Charity Nebbe last week. Check out our selections anytime!!

The 2021 Talk of Iowa holiday book guide for adults Three indie booksellers/book lovers joined Talk of Iowa to discuss the best new books to give and receive this holiday season.

12/01/2021

We are honored to be among the winners of this year's Crandic Awards. Check out this issue to see the full roster!

ON STANDS NOW: BEST OF THE CRANDIC 2021!
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Welcome to the fourth annual Best of the CRANDIC issue! From Aug. 1-Sept. 30, Little Village readers cast their votes in more than 200 categories, from Best Library to Best Local Band, Best Bartender to Best Defender of Science, Most Unique Shop to Hardest Fightin’ Union. Voters had the option to explain their choices; the funniest, truest and most touching comments are included throughout this magazine. You can also find interviews with winners, photos, bonus prizes picked by Little Village staff and other fun stuff to celebrate the folks who got us through 2021. Also inside: the comics and columns you know and love, plus reviews of local albums and books.

Cover art by John Martinek

12/01/2021

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Thank you to Little Village for honoring us with a 2021 CRANDIC Award--- and for all they do every day!

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Thank you to Little Village for honoring us with a 2021 CRANDIC Award--- and for all they do every day!

11/30/2021

"Success consists of going from failure to failure without loss of enthusiasm."
Winston Churchill, born November 30, 1874

"Success consists of going from failure to failure without loss of enthusiasm."
Winston Churchill, born November 30, 1874

11/30/2021

Sage advice from Mark Twain, born on this day in 1835.

Sage advice from Mark Twain, born on this day in 1835.

Dare to Disturb the Universe: Madeleine L’Engle on Creativity, Censorship, Writing, and the Duty of Children’s Books 11/29/2021

Dare to Disturb the Universe: Madeleine L’Engle on Creativity, Censorship, Writing, and the Duty of Children’s Books

“We find what we are looking for. If we are looking for life and love and openness and growth, we are likely to find them. If we are looking for witchcraft and evil, we’ll likely find them, and we may get taken over by them.”
Wisdom on creativity from 'A Wrinkle in Time' author Madeleine L'Engle, born 103 years ago today

Dare to Disturb the Universe: Madeleine L’Engle on Creativity, Censorship, Writing, and the Duty of Children’s Books “We find what we are looking for. If we are looking for life and love and openness and growth, we are likely to find them. If we are looking for witchcraft and evil, we’ll likely find them, a…

Instagram Photos 11/29/2021

It's been so moving to see the myriad tributes to Stephen Sondheim in the last few days. The volumes of his collected Lyrics, "Finishing the Hat," and "Look, I Made a Hat" will be back in the store soon. What a huge part of our world he has been and will be.

📸: @michaelhullnyc Sunday in Times Square, celebrating the life of @realsondheim

11/29/2021

Dubuque Street is getting festive!

OMG. GETTING READY FOR THE MOST EPIC GARLAND EVER. thanks to @benosflowers. #iowacity #holiday #holidaydecorations #garland #greens

The Angel that presided 'oer my birth by William Blake - Poems | poets.org 11/28/2021

The Angel that presided 'oer my birth by William Blake - Poems | poets.org

William Blake was born on this day in 1757.

The Angel that presided 'oer my birth
Said, "Little creature, form'd of Joy and Mirth,
"Go love without the help of any Thing on Earth."

The Angel that presided 'oer my birth by William Blake - Poems | poets.org The Angel that presided 'oer my birth - The Angel that presided 'oer my birth

11/25/2021

''Of all the inanimate objects, of all men's creations, books are the nearest to us for they contain our very thoughts, our ambitions, our indignations, our illusions, our fidelity to the truth, and our persistent leanings to error. But most of all they resemble us in their precious hold on life.' ― Joseph Conrad

''Of all the inanimate objects, of all men's creations, books are the nearest to us for they contain our very thoughts, our ambitions, our indignations, our illusions, our fidelity to the truth, and our persistent leanings to error. But most of all they resemble us in their precious hold on life.' ― Joseph Conrad

Timeline Photos 11/25/2021

Prairie Lights is closed today for Thanksgiving. We wish you all a peaceful day: cook, read, walk in the woods and know how grateful we are for all of you.

'Autumn' (1905) by Russian artist Yevgeny Ivanovich Stoliсa (1870-1929)

The picture is presently housed at the Penza Savitsky Art Gallery in Russia (founded in 1892 according to the will of N. A. Seleverstov, who was the governor of Penza).

The Novel That Riveted France During Lockdown Arrives in the U.S. 11/24/2021

The Novel That Riveted France During Lockdown Arrives in the U.S.

https://www.nytimes.com/2021/11/23/books/anomaly-herve-le-tellier.html?referringSource=articleShare&fbclid=IwAR0nqu51iAaSeIsiTZEMjxggEuoa4fH3KEMWelEfy_Z2l_Vgb4bIhxIImb4

This arrived at Prairie Lights yesterday!

The Novel That Riveted France During Lockdown Arrives in the U.S. “The Anomaly,” by Hervé Le Tellier, sold more than a million copies during an anomalous time. Now the genre-bending novel is translated into English.

Review: Memoir Goes Beneath the Celebratory Surface of Diversity to Explore Racial Struggle - The Daily Yonder 11/24/2021

Review: Memoir Goes Beneath the Celebratory Surface of Diversity to Explore Racial Struggle - The Daily Yonder

https://dailyyonder.com/review-memoir-goes-beneath-the-celebratory-surface-of-diversity-to-explore-racial-struggle/2021/11/22/?fbclid=IwAR1ZLzXuBiCKkyqptrUs94aPlBDqYU77caBV_Uk-ZOr4iHJZI3m9cZGx09Y

Great review of Chuy Renteria's "We Heard It When We Were Young." Stop in for a signed copy!

Review: Memoir Goes Beneath the Celebratory Surface of Diversity to Explore Racial Struggle - The Daily Yonder Campaigning to be re-elected as president in 1932, Herbert Hoover made a speech at the small town of West Liberty, Iowa, just a few miles from his

Vote For the Best Book 11/24/2021

Vote For the Best Book

The New York Times Book Reivew is celebrating its 125th Anniversary. Help them select the best book published since they began reviewing:

https://www.nytimes.com/interactive/2021/11/24/books/best-book-vote.html

Vote For the Best Book We asked readers to nominate their favorite books published in the past 125 years. Help us choose the very best, based on this list of finalists.

Ann Patchett talks new book ‘These Precious Days’ 11/23/2021

Ann Patchett talks new book ‘These Precious Days’

We received signed copies of Ann Patchett's "These Precious Days" today!

Ann Patchett talks new book ‘These Precious Days’ Ann Patchett says everyday things, like doing laundry, inspired her new book, “These Precious Days.” She talks on TODAY about an essay inspired by Sooki Raphael, Tom Hanks’ assistant and recommends some books.

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Asha Bhandary in conversation with Lina Murillo
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Jessie Daniels in conversation with Lyz Lenz
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