Fall Winter Reads

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One of the best things about colder weather is the delicious excuse to stay in, curl up and read a great book. Here is what is on our Fall/Winter reading list. Seems the mood over here is a bit on the more serious side…..


READ IT FOR THE EARTH
This Changes Everything by Naomi Klein

We value all that Naomi Klein is doing to help raise awareness and educate on this sensitive and complex topic. Read this great article published by VOGUE online. To get the gist of who she is, why we care and why you may want to walk to the local bookstore and pick one up.


READ IT FOR DEBAUCHERY + ROMANCE
Concrete Fever by Nathaniel Kressen

Admittedly, this was bought for the awesome graphics and illustrations that adorn the cover and inside pages, but as the pages turn we’re committed. NYC, gypsy, boy/girl, love, booze and romance, a perfect way to indulge your debaucherous side without leaving the house.

READ IT FOR TRANSPARENCY + JOURNALISTIC FREEDOM
Pay Any Price by James Risen

“Risen won a Pulitzer Prize in 2006 for his stories about warrantless wiretapping by the National Security Agency. He has been pursued by both the Bush and Obama administrations as part of a six-year leak investigation into his previous book, State of War: The Secret History of the CIA and the Bush Administration. ” Democracy Now


READ IT FOR THE SOUL
New and Selected Poems Volume One by Mary Oliver

The first line of the first poem we flipped to:  “Is the soul solid, like iron? ” – From Some Questions You Might Ask

 

 

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