Time for another Quarterly Co. Literary Box!
This box was curated by author Kayla Rae Whitaker. It includes:
- Kayla Rae Whitaker’s novel The Animators with author notes included. She says that she wrote the novel because “I wanted to read a story about women making things with ferocity and obsession and discipline.”
- The Argonauts by Maggie Nelson – a memoir and book about identity, gender, and family
- The Annie Year by Stephanie Ash
- A box of colored pencils
- A bookmark designed by cartoonist Julie Doucet
Let’s check out this new box of literary miscellany.
This box, curated by Britt Bennett, contains:
- Britt Bennett’s debut novel, The Mothers
- Sula by Tori Morrison
- Chimamanda Ngozi Adichie’s essay We Should All Be Feminists
- The Pride & Prejudice blend tea from First Edition Tea Co.
- A light-refracting window decal
- Mug with custom quote from The Mothers
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Yay! A new Quarterly Co. box filled with bookish fun has arrived. Let’s take a look inside…
This box curated this quarter by Lauren Weisberger, author of The Devil Wears Prada includes:
- Lauren Weisberger’s new novel The Singles Game
- Eight Hundred Grapes by Laura Dave
- Still Alice by Lisa Genova
- Cool sunglasses
- A package of straws to go with the recipes for The Singles Game mixed drinks
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Here it is… the final Book Riot Quarterly Box. The theme is travel and it includes the following goodies:
- Alibis: Essays on Elsewhere by André Aciman – A collection of essays about what it means to travel, what drives us to travel and what we seek.
- An African in Greenland by Tété-Michel Kpomassie – The book, part memoir, part cultural anthropology, recounts the ten years that Kpomassie spent traveling through Africa and Europe on his way to Greenland.
- Literary Quote Print
- Flight001 Toiletry Bag & Document Holder – A reusable, TSA-approved toiletry bag and document holder.
- Coloring Page
It’s that time again… time to look at another box of goodies from Book Riot & Quarterly Co.
As you can see, this box contained all sorts of awesome bookish tidbits:
- Bright Lines by Tanwi Nandini Islam with a bonus postcard from one of the characters
- Dryland by Sara Jaffe also with a bonus postcard from one of the characters
- A Make Reading Great Again Hat
- Novel Teas for the cold weather
- Merriam-Webster’s 365 New Words-a-Year Page-a-Day Calendar (which I am already immensely enjoying, for example, today’s word is hachure (v.) – to shade with or show by short lines used for shading and denoting surfaces in relief, as in map drawing, and drawn in the direction of slope. And now we’ve all learned something new!)
You can subscribe to get your own box at https://quarterly.co/products/book-riot and then you would be learning awesome new words, too!
Time to take a peek at another box of bookish goodies…
Inside this quarter’s box I found:
- Skippy Dies by Paul Murray – This novel opens with 14-year-old Skippy dying and then flashes back and forth to show life at Skippy’s Dublin boarding school.
- On Beauty by Zadie Smith – I’ve heard many good things about this novel featuring an interracial family from England having to deal with life in a small college town in Massachusetts.
- Custom Books Pennant – A Book Riot colored felt pennant which I, of course, promptly attached to my bookshelf.
- 3-Pack of Original Field Notes Notebooks – 3 pocket-sized notebooks for all your note-taking needs.
- Read Harder Custom Koozie – For the frosty beverage of your choice when you are reading.
Get yours at https://quarterly.co/products/book-riot and you won’t have to live vicariously through me. =)
Time to un-box another round of goodies from Book Riot’s Quarterly Box.
This quarter’s box contains:
The Word Exchange by Alena Graedon: A near-ish future cyberpunk novel where handheld technology has replaced all printed word. A few brave word lovers are trying to finish the final edition of the North American Dictionary when their editor goes missing. The box also contains a special note written by the author detailing some events after the end of the book.
Smarter Than You Think by Clive Thompson: A book that provides a counterargument to the notion that the internet is ruining civilization. It details how technology allows us to think more creatively and be more connected.
Pop Chart Lab Literary Genres Map: A flow chart showing the distinctions between different literary genres. So I can finally figure out the difference between apocalyptic, post-apocalyptic and dystopian science fiction.
As always, you can go to https://quarterly.co/products/book-riot to sign up for your own Book Riot Quarterly Box!