A bit darker and less saturated with teen angst than the previous reads, Quentin is no longer the young buck scholar, but on the brink of mastering magic. Continue reading
Queue the “Girls” reruns, and revisit Tiny Furniture, ’cause Lena Dunham is coming to town. Continue reading
A new column that takes you from the front cover to the book signing of notable new releases. Continue reading
Somerville comic artist Liz Prince celebrates the release of her first feature length graphic novel Alone Forever (Top Shelf Productions) at Brookline Booksmith on Tuesday, February 11. She tells us about the book, OkCupid dates, Valentine heart captions, and fleeting and awkward MBTA romances.