Emily Farris, a Kansas City author and former bookseller, has written what she calls the first memoir of adult ADHD, and it’s a funny and frank read, the Raven Book Store writes.
A KU research team will soon hold a celebration of a new book that sheds light on technology designed to make music accessible for people of all abilities.
”To nobody’s surprise, Sarah J. Maas, BookTok superstar, takes this week’s No. 1 spot,” the Raven Book Store writes.
”Nearly all of this week’s bestseller list is made up of backlist titles, which is what we bookstore folks call all books that are more than a few months old,” the Raven Book Store writes.
“Making a big debut this week is beloved KU English professor Giselle Anatol’s ’Small-Girl Toni and the Quest for Gold,’ an amazingly charming picture book about the early life of Toni Morrison,” the Raven Book Store writes.
”In the end, there was never any doubt about which book would top our bestsellers of the year list,” the Raven Book Store writes. Here are the top 10 books of 2023.
Local writers are encouraged to submit their work to an annual creative writing contest in honor of Langston Hughes. The submission deadline has been extended to offset a website error.
”This week’s bestsellers, without exception, fall into three categories: local nonfiction, Indigenous studies books, or the ‘Iron Flame’ series by Rebecca Yarros. Our readers like what they like!” the Raven Book Store writes.
”We find ourselves on the cusp of any bookstore’s most exciting time of year: holiday retail! The official kickoff (at least in our case) of the holiday season is Nov. 25, known both as Small Business Saturday and Indies First,” the Raven Book Store writes.
We cannot address the physical climate change facing us until we have a cultural climate change, Lawrence author Daniel Wildcat told a crowd packed into the Raven Book Store Friday evening.
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