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Here in Philadelphia, we are very lucky to have a wealth of wonderful authors at our fingertips. Find these great books here in the shop, and keep an eye out for upcoming book signings and author events. (Please note that these are in no particular order.)
|1.) Extraordinary Renditions by Andrew ErvinThree interlinking novellas, set in Budapest, reciting the lives of three expatriates. Extraordinary Renditions is tough and sympathetic; combining music, love, war, and tension into a beautiful debut novel. Visit his website: www.extraordinaryrenditions.net.|
|2.) Sleight by Kirsten Kaschock
Welcome to the imagined world of sleight, an interdisciplinary art form that combines elements of dance, architecture, acrobatics, and spoken word. Kaschock’s debut novel follows the lives of two sisters, Clef and Lark. An intense, oppositional, melodic, and ultimately very rewarding read. Visit her website: http://kaschock.wordpress.com/
|3.) Manayunk by Thom NickelsThe must-have book for those who were born and raised in Manayunk, or those who now call Manayunk home. If you don’t have one on your shelf, now’s the time to pick one up! One of our best-sellers!|
|4.) Roxborough by Deborah Del Collo for the Roxborough, Manayunk, and Wissahickon Historical Society.The newest local addition for the iconic neighborhood series published through Images of America. For the natives, visitors, and Philly history buffs. Chock full of information and archival photos of Roxborough.|
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Thursday, January 5th, 2012, 6-8pm
We welcome Jeremy Wallach and Paul D. Greene, editors of a new collection of essays on heavy metal around the world, “Metal Rules the Globe.” This collection of engaging and insightful essays explores the identity and meaning behind heavy metal scenes that thrive in cultures around the world. Jeremy Wallach is an anthropologist and associate professor in the Bowling Green State University Department of Popular Culture. Paul D. Greene is an Associate Professor of Ethnomusicology and Integrative Arts at Pennsylvania State University’s Brandywine Campus.
Friday, November 25th, 8pm & 10pm
Saturday, November 26th, 8pm & 10pm
Join us at Chris’ Jazz Cafe with legendary guitarist Pat Martino, for the launch of his autobiography, Here and Now! Pat Martino and his quartet will perform Friday and Saturday night at 8pm & 10pm. Tickets are required. The Spiral Bookcase will be selling books at the event.
Read about Pat Martino’s new album and autobiography in the Philadelphia City Paper.
Jimmy Fallon (as Jim Morrison) performs an amazing rendition of the Reading Rainbow theme
Sunday, November 20th, 12-2pm
Book Signing and Reading with fantasy author Jennifer Allis Provost. Jennifer will read excerpts from her latest book, “Heir to the Sun.” Visit her website at www.jenniferallisprovost.com.
Saturday, November 19th, 5-7pm
Love Dies Book Launch Party. Join us at Campbell’s Place in Chestnut Hill to celebrate Timothy Sheard’s latest book release. The Spiral Bookcase will be selling books at the event.
Campbell’s Place, 2nd floor
8337 Germantown Ave., Philadelphia
and welcome to the new website.
Friday, November 18th, 7-9pm
Announcing the first installment in a new literary series, WAKE — a reading of thrilling stories and poems performed by their attractive authors Continue reading
It’s Movember, the month formerly known as November, which is dedicated to growing moustaches and raising awareness and funds for men’s health. Adam from The Spiral Bookcase has joined the movement and will be donating his upper lip to the cause for 30 days. Hopefully this month of moustache-growing will spark conversations, or at least generate some laughs; all in the name of raising vital awareness and funds for cancers affecting men.