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    McNally Jackson Books 52 Prince St
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    between Lafayette and Mulberry Sts

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    212-274-1160

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An Evening with Donald Antrim

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Antrim's work has been compared to Italo Calvino and received praise by Thomas Pynchon—that should be more than enough to convince you to pick up his new story collection, The Emerald Light in the Air, from which he reads here.

Richard Flanagan: The Narrow Road to the Deep North

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Flanagan's deeply moving, Booker Prize–nominated novel, which recounts the experiences of an Australian man in a Japanese prisoner-of-war camp in 1943, is finally available in the U.S. Acclaimed writer Patrick McGrath joins the author in conversation...

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Two of Brooklyn's literary darlings—and Carroll Gardens neighbors—discuss their new story collections (Taylor's Flings and Wilson's What's Important is Feeling) and the existential crises that plague their characters.

Literary BFFs: Adam Wilson and Justin Taylor

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Bert Pemberton

three for adventure by Bert Pemberton. the book follows the adventures of two Boxer dogs One One red they are joined by a long haired short legged Jack Russell. the white Boxer called Jessie And the red called waggler, so called because when she is happy and waggs her little tail her bottom touches her head. As for the Jack Russell called little Tupp ,a lot of the feed back are from people who have read the book and have told their friends and so on. my opinion is going to be a good one Because the dogs were my dogs, sadly the Boxer dogs have sadly past away the white aged fifteen of old age =, and the red died of cancer,their personalities were really special , along with little tupp. that's how i was able to put words into their mouths so to speak,two of the chapter's were true ,Jessie get down right dirty, and little tupp goes missing. But i think unless you have read the book for your self , And make your own judgement. Many thanks Bert Pemberton.