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Publishers of new & classic works of fiction, non-fiction & poetry for adults & kids. For The NY Review of Books, follow @nybooks; for Classics, @NYRBClassics

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Read an excerpt from Timothy Donnelly's introduction to the newly published collection of Richard Howard's work—RIC… https://t.co/dU43cBoBf1
Retweeted by Books at NYRBFor @newrepublic, I wrote about Celia Paul's memoir, "Self Portrait," somewhat unexpectedly one of the loveliest bo… https://t.co/kD7Bzt458M
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10/29
2020
NYRB will be publishing Renouard’s nonfiction Fragments of an Infinite Memory: My Life with the Internet early in 2… https://t.co/cXbHnTgQWpCongratulations to Maël Renouard, who has just been named one of 4 finalists for this year’s Prix Goncourt. https://t.co/I2qTemD4c6The Magnetic Fields—André Breton and Philipe Soupault's groundbreaking Surrealist poetry book has been translated b… https://t.co/gX8VhMnbJq
10/28
2020
"One way of describing the genius of John Berryman’s poems and the tragedy of his life is to say that he kept it to… https://t.co/IwqOhb5PAw
Retweeted by Books at NYRB"He resembles a professor of anatomy falling into a cadaver in his enthusiasm for a beautiful medial colon. This is… https://t.co/0MPn3A0mbP
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10/27
2020
You know how reading begets reading? Well, I've just read this slim collection @NYRB_Imprints and now I want to rea… https://t.co/61yB4OmYZq
Retweeted by Books at NYRBThis Wednesday, Oct. 28th, at 7:30 pm ET, I will be reading from my translation of Breton & Soupault's The Magnetic… https://t.co/oaUnTdnV13
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10/26
2020
“I would have been happy to read Brian Dillon’s ‘Suppose a Sentence’ at any time, but that the book came out in thi… https://t.co/nB1Diu6d1S
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10/23
2020
"Each chapter focuses on a sentence chosen not for its historical importance, nor for its connection to the book’s… https://t.co/tQvsyC3qpMAnd if you subscribe to the @LRBbookshop podcast (well, why aren’t you?) the talk will appear in your feed, like so. https://t.co/4L4o03a8ZaIf you missed the conversation between Brian Dillon and Olivia Laing about Dillon’s investigation into sentences, g… https://t.co/EOtjE0oGZ6
10/21
2020
Irish Canadian writer @AnakanaSchofiel has been nominated for the 2020 Goldsmiths Prize for her novel Bina. The pr… https://t.co/HVwLSdu5q4
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10/19
2020
We're loving these brilliant new titles from @CATranslation, @nightboatbooks, @nyrbclassics, and @TarpaulinSky ...… https://t.co/ZZyle7LESH
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10/17
2020
Paul Griffiths's Mr Beethoven coming to US in October of 2021. If you can't wait that long, may we recommend Sanfor… https://t.co/A9sZHben3LBina is coming to the US in Feb 2021 with yours truly—get ready and prepped by ready Malarky and Martin John first. https://t.co/MiWjiMpWE0It was a huge pleasure to talk to @vcunningham about SUPPOSE A SENTENCE for @CommunityBkstr last week. Here's our c… https://t.co/Y7ZUKqbYnX
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10/15
2020
Great #podcast session w/#DarrylPinckney this afternoon; it'll be out on Tuesday, as will the new edition of his bo… https://t.co/COPvYRBePU
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10/13
2020
"seducing each other on the brink of the world-changing Revolution." @ScurrRuth's review of The Last Libertines. https://t.co/nzM5gZj6Lg
10/12
2020
As a kid in the 70s, I identified strongly with monster. I just reread it and totally get why. #meetmonsterhttps://t.co/3X949MBE0F
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10/11
2020
This evening’s reading, I hope for an upcoming #podcast, #DarrylPinckney’s Blackballed, reissued w/a new essay, fro… https://t.co/STO0mrhVGy
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10/9
2020
Tonight: @briangdillon & @vcunningham consider the sentence, for the release of Dillon's SUPPOSE A SENTENCE! Part o… https://t.co/OLmVjXm6jV
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10/8
2020
Tomorrow (Thurs, Oct. 8) at 6:30 pm EDT (nb: the slightly early start time), @vcunningham will be talking with… https://t.co/u4deBoRaiM
10/7
2020
"In contrast [to a literary biography], starting with fictional lives and moving outward to their implications for… https://t.co/cgWgq9WKCx
10/6
2020
Great criticism from @DAMendelsohnNYC. If you want more he has two collections of it: Waiting for the Barbarians &… https://t.co/3ufqiXBkSj
10/5
2020
Tonight @ 9pm EDT/6pm PDT—i.e., In just under half an hour! https://t.co/qAfOgv1C77
Retweeted by Books at NYRBIt’s only a matter of time till the Panter Jimbo is trending, just you wait @JamesUrbaniak! https://t.co/7gDqTbXhb5https://t.co/o7u9DxxEgJ
10/2
2020
In 1.5 hours (5pm EDT; Oct. 1), log on to @CasaItalianaNYU's facebook page or website to listen in LIVE to a sympos… https://t.co/yARjVO7Vv1In the mail: promising-looking 'The Last Libertines' by Benedetta Craveri (tr. @Memoiressecrets), from… https://t.co/vsA0JjAnWh
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10/1
2020
The true date of Chang's birthday is pretty interesting: https://t.co/0AjU6tZs5U https://t.co/nIdMtDK5n5
9/30
2020
‘seed-masts toss their ferrous signals to the breeze’ – Denise Riley https://t.co/t3tUh5aFUV
Retweeted by Books at NYRBMy translation of Breton & Soupault's THE MAGNETIC FIELDS is here! They look lovely 😍 Thank you to the lovely folks… https://t.co/l0C0jewsO3
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9/29
2020
“All dim, gently, slowly until in the dark, the absolute darkness the shadows fade.” Likely the last excerpt from S… https://t.co/nMWlPK2gSn
Retweeted by Books at NYRB"When the West began to conquer the world, it was stunned by the refinement of what it was destroying. Racism origi… https://t.co/qlVm1zU5Xl
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9/28
2020
Relatedly, maybe you'd like to pre-order my translation of Benedetta Craveri's THE LAST LIBERTINES from… https://t.co/1xOlRVYgUv
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9/27
2020
I will be reading from the book and discussing it with the wonderful Edwin Frank (editor of @nyrbclassics) on Oct 2… https://t.co/IimmvPTvzW
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9/26
2020
Just posted a photo https://t.co/2IEw2AhWmTHear Peter Brooks talk to Adam Colman about Balzac's invention of the modern novel, the Balzacian Game of Thrones,… https://t.co/Te0sO0TCWH
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9/25
2020
Tonight at 7:30 pm ET: Jhumpa Lahiri & Cynthia Zarin join us to discuss Natalia Ginzburg's fabulous Valentino and S… https://t.co/JUgz3zAwxS
Retweeted by Books at NYRB @CommunityBkstr @nyrbclassics ButterflyHey folks, want symbols we got em. Want me to look up anything for you? https://t.co/Ss8uXOmbNY
Retweeted by Books at NYRBI’m very much looking forward to speaking with @vcunningham about SUPPOSE A SENTENCE, @CommunityBkstr, Brooklyn. O… https://t.co/UpkkNu3g5h
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9/24
2020
Just posted a photo https://t.co/kccQWxgJhKTONIGHT! #TranslatingTheFuture finale continues @ 6PM Postmonolingual New York @AvaChin, @Jaclanar, Lisandro Pérez… https://t.co/bim3S2wwJH
Retweeted by Books at NYRBThis sounds completely fascinating: a study of Balzac’s Human Comedy via biographies of 9 of its characters. Out ne… https://t.co/LBDX0r5pLA
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9/23
2020
The US edition of my book SUPPOSE A SENTENCE comes out today from @NYRB_Imprints. Here's an edited extract, on a ph… https://t.co/MytlOLKGB1
Retweeted by Books at NYRBBOOK NEWS! @AltaJournal is launching the new California Book Club. Free for all, the virtual club will showcase ex… https://t.co/pMy1YjPgp9
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9/22
2020
Author of Essayism, @briandillon has jotted down favorite sentences for the past 25 years. Though done for pleasure… https://t.co/qjRjnrwUgp
9/21
2020
I'm really looking forward to talking with Olivia Laing about SUPPOSE A SENTENCE, on 6 October 2020 at 7 p.m.… https://t.co/5KRhFrFRJ4
Retweeted by Books at NYRBJohn Banville has written the first newspaper review of SUPPOSE A SENTENCE, for @WSJ. I am thinking of forgiving Mr… https://t.co/yS8rYqCtCi
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9/18
2020
Monroe draws on language of all kinds—books of spells, technical manuals, pickpocket lingo (Whiz Mob)—to create her… https://t.co/NPQ6Ax9CJ0Tonight (9/16) at 7:30 pm EDT— Melissa Monroe present Medusa Beach and Other Poems with Edwin Frank at… https://t.co/OHdoj3dvf5Just posted a photo https://t.co/LxwCJM54Wn
9/16
2020
Just posted a photo https://t.co/tKlHha3MlO"For Pajak, uncertainty is not an abstract philosophical position, but an existential condition of life lived in pr… https://t.co/CrLz9lHJt7
9/15
2020
If 11 sounds like too many for the month, we recommend reading only Suppose a Sentence, but that’s just us. https://t.co/vv7WU4ExgYThis is now today. In fact in 1 hour. https://t.co/tSum2vUMNe
9/10
2020
"What’s the connection between the vagaries of the lives we lead and the ways in which we narrate those lives?" Dan… https://t.co/E4XmuZA6iO
Retweeted by Books at NYRB“At the heart of Peter Brooks’s new book on Balzac lies an intense competition between two opposite kinds of writin… https://t.co/tN61By9DUT
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9/9
2020
Melissa Monroe’s new poetry collection, Medusa Beach, is out today. Swipe through to read selections from two of th… https://t.co/30UMuNC0UTDo join us for the launch of https://t.co/y6jioZ62LR on FRIDAY, SEPTEMBER 11, 6 PM, INDIAN STANDARD TIME, ON ZOOM.… https://t.co/his3Oz52Uv
Retweeted by Books at NYRBUS EDITION COVER FOR BINA. Feb, 2, 2021. I love it. Utilitarian! Warnings! Danger! Just like the woman herself!… https://t.co/BIuRF1riJz
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9/8
2020
“How fast the summer was going now!” —B.B., The Little Grey Men 😱 . B.B.’s ecologically-minded novel The Little Gre… https://t.co/CAhB0WfxgH“In nature, I am myself and feel the circumference of love. Perhaps, for me, nature is God.” Poet Henri Cole (… https://t.co/GhLqc5PC54
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9/4
2020
I want to wish a very happy 95! birthday to the marvelous French poet and translator Claire Malroux. Look for her… https://t.co/0evqXwLDRF
Retweeted by Books at NYRBWhy yes, I did spend August reading @nyrbclassics! https://t.co/ahV67pS8NC
Retweeted by Books at NYRBIt's our 40th birthday! 🎉🎂🎈📚 On September 2, 1980, we opened a tiny hole-in-the-wall store down at 444 Hudson St i… https://t.co/laV1HVZ2oF
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9/3
2020
It's a little late (holiday week?), but here's the new #podcast, feat. poet @ColeHenri, whose new collection, BLIZZ… https://t.co/PsJpkHxhpE
Retweeted by Books at NYRBBeautiful story and illustrations https://t.co/68sLRXyr6L
Retweeted by Books at NYRBWell, this book I ordered for my kid just made me cry https://t.co/7jdI1bbfmq
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9/1
2020
TOMORROW! Join BLIZZARD author @ColeHenri conversation with Hannah Aizenman via @HarvardBooks for his book launch!… https://t.co/WREyxBOdat
Retweeted by Books at NYRB"Like so many artists of his time and place, Krzhizhanovsky survived by accident. The man himself remains a riddle.… https://t.co/ZF1SwwtPYD
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8/31
2020
#BookstoreDay is the perfect day to look back on some staff favorite books published by @nyrbclassics @NYRB_Imprints!
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8/30
2020
Founded in 2007 and located in Traverse City, MI, @brilliant_books bills itself as “Your Long Distance Local Bookst… https://t.co/JZfySu4SvUThe first stop on my virtual book tour for #ThreeRings will be @mcnallyjackson, where I’ll be in conversation with… https://t.co/w9vuZUYqj1
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8/29
2020
My delirious attempt to come to terms with Uwe Johnson's *Anniversaries*, time in a state of political emergency, a… https://t.co/8QrFmm1qp1
Retweeted by Books at NYRB🎉🎉🎉1st review for @DAMendelsohnNYC THREE RINGS is a RAVE! “As always, the author’s voice blends authority with cons… https://t.co/WlHXKB4ydb
Retweeted by Books at NYRBTomorrow is Independent Bookstore Day! To celebrate and show our appreciation for indie booksellers, we’ll be spotl… https://t.co/8kY3d9JIcB
8/28
2020
‘Talk of national sovereignty in Italy has been hijacked by those who blame immigration for everything and preach h… https://t.co/5Qqx77mpKk
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8/27
2020
"I was a solitary, nature-obsessed child, and adored Brendon Chase by Denys Watkins-Pitchford, who wrote under the… https://t.co/CpKzkw2x9T
8/26
2020
This anthology includes a story by Maxim Osipov: "a sharp comic parable about fear, the internet, and the stories w… https://t.co/NccLBW8aeg
8/25
2020
Fascinating prose by Brian Dillon (a new name to me) on virtually any subject. (& perfect book cover art!) https://t.co/WqXR38UGqM
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8/24
2020
Two new books arriving from nottinghilleditions this fall: A. J. Lee’s Brazil That Never Was (10/6) is a memoir of… https://t.co/kuhLm4FsBa
8/21
2020
Reminded of Michael McCarthy's The Moth Snowstorm. McCarthy and Macdonald share an awe and joy in regards to the na… https://t.co/VEtxDHnBOI#OldFriendsReturn #ReviewoftheWeek "Winter in Wartime" by Jan Terlouw; trans. from Dutch by @Laura_Wat (… https://t.co/FAmbolz41S
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8/20
2020
Congrats to all the translators shortlisted for the 2020 Read Russia Prize. And extra good luck to Alex Fleming and… https://t.co/b5TYCPqX0Q
8/18
2020
Fresh crop: new and upcoming books of many varieties. https://t.co/HMnQfr7IQgThe US edition of SUPPOSE A SENTENCE has arrived! Published by @NYRB_Imprints on September 22nd. Cover image is “Ma… https://t.co/HexJ7rt5Pz
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8/17
2020
CAGNATI / LIBERAKI / SZABÓ 🙌 . It’s hard to believe, but we’re almost halfway through Women in Translation month. H… https://t.co/4k5GY7bwhpBrian Dillon wrote an entire essay analyzing a single sentence by Elizabeth Hardwick and it’s brilliant and should… https://t.co/aP2NZTj7DS
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8/14
2020
The Bookstore in Lenox, MA is in trouble. Around since the 70s, under ownership by Matt Tannenbaum since about 1976… https://t.co/v8dIE4icg0
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8/13
2020
Today (the day after the author's birthday, in fact!) Recommended Reading features "Travelers Must Be Content" by M… https://t.co/VzBPQr7g3D
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8/12
2020
🗝️We have the keys to a new home!🗝️We want to build a beautiful, accessible space that can better resource our comm… https://t.co/Ra430SvsxE
Retweeted by Books at NYRB"The France of [P.I.] Eugène Tarpon is littered with the debris of failed revolt. If those who make half a revoluti… https://t.co/eP0EISc8P7Jean-Patrick Manchette's latest néo-polar to come to English (grâce à Alyson Waters): No Room on the Morgue goes on… https://t.co/VNFkit4l1X
8/11
2020
My all-time favorite crime writer, Dorothy B. Hughes, was born on this day in 1904. It wasn't so long ago that all… https://t.co/b52tt3Myhd
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8/10
2020
The new website for the literary activism symposia is finally live: https://t.co/CDV3OjR2li. It also has a section… https://t.co/2EQQ6Bxskg
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8/6
2020
My first finished copy of my new book SUPPOSE A SENTENCE has arrived. Published in September by @FitzcarraldoEds (a… https://t.co/hXtUvPC6bC
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8/5
2020
Writing to win... or lose. The last piece about writers and their 'worlds of feeling'... https://t.co/6dAZF8cJHp
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8/4
2020

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