"After his grandfather's death, a programmer in San Francisco at the end of the internet boom returns to his small hometown in New York to sort through his grandparents’ belongings and ready the house for sale. The process that ensues, along with some reconnections, helps him reconnect with his own past, finding clues to the mystery of his father he never knew. He's more his father’s son than he realizes, a startling, horrifying, but ultimately liberating discovery." - Matt Slocum
The Sauce Book: 300 World Sauces Made Simple by Paul Gayler,http://www.amazon.com/dp/1904920845/ref=cm_sw_r_pi_dp_ILGgtb0HA34MKAEZ
Lesung mit dem aktuellen Picador Gastprofessor Guillermo Verdecchia in Leipzig!
Learning True Love: Practicing Buddhism in a Time of War by Sister Chan Khong. $12.37. Author: Sister Chan Khong. Publisher: Parallax Press; Revised edition (April 26, 2007). Publication: April 26, 2007
#Reading with Picador Guest Professor Linh Dinh in #Leipzig at Galerie für Zeitgenössische Kunst.
"Although I am a Tennessee alum, I picked up Inman Majors's book not for his pedigree, but because it was recommended by someone whose literary opinion I trust. I quickly discovered she was right; moreover, I discovered that Majors was right about everything in the book -- the circus of pomp surrounding SEC football, the coaches made subservient to it, and the awesome rogues caught up in the mess. This is a hilarious satire of the SEC by someone who fundamentally understands it." Tristan…
Reading with Lauren K. Alleyne in Leipzig on May 7 2015. Don't miss!
Matthew Sharpe: You Were Wrong
Let it shine! written by Picador Guest Professor Michael Lowenthal