The Non-Event Event Reading Menu

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WINE LIST

A nice vintage from our backlist

 
Life in the Iron Mills and Other Stories
11.16 13.95

Rebecca Harding Davis
A 1861 classic of social realism.

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Brown Girl, Brownstones
13.56 16.95

Paule Marshall
This coming-of-age-story chronicles the struggle of Barbadian immigrants.

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HORS D'OEUVRES

A quick bite

 
The Girls in 3-B
11.96 14.95

Valerie Taylor
Three small-town girls move to the big city in this 1950s pulp.

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Inventing the Real
10.36 12.95

Edith Wharton and Henry James
An Edith Wharton and Henry James pairing explores "reality" in two classic tales.

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ENTREE

A hearty dish

 
But Some of Us Are Brave
19.96 24.95

Edited by Akasha (Gloria T.) Hull, Patricia Bell Scott, and Barbara Smith
This beloved, groundbreaking collection developed black women's studies in the US.

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A Life in Motion
from 19.96

Florence Howe
Founder of the Feminist Press tells her life story as an activist, scholar, and publisher.
 

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DESSERT

A tasty treat

 
The Raging Skillet
12.76 15.95

Rossi
The True Life Story of Chef Rossi

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Lucia Brown