If you’ve been waiting for the right moment to fill in your Kurt Vonnegut book collection, now’s the time to strike while the iron’s hot. Between now and May 1, Seven Stories Press is offering the following titles at 50% off of their list price. Just click on each book’s cover to purchase the book (both hardcover and paperbacks are on sale). Happy reading!
- Apr 17, My Depression Premiere at the Tribeca Film Festival
- Apr 18, “The Walrus and the Elephants” Book Reading & Discussion
- Apr 28, Uday Prakash to Speak at Northwestern University
- Apr 29, “The Walls of Delhi” Book Reading & Discussion at U. Chicago
- Apr 29, Cory Silverberg Reading at Leslie-Lohman Museum
Win a signed, original printed piece of art by Kurt Vonnegut!
In celebration of the April 8th release of If This Isn’t Nice, What Is?, Dan Wakefield’s collection of Kurt Vonnegut’s tongue-in-cheek words of advice for graduates, Seven Stories is holding a window display contest for independent bookstores!
Here is your chance to create a special window featuring If This Isn’t Nice, What Is?, rounded out with other Seven Stories’ Vonnegut titles as well as Vonnegut backlists from his other publishers. We also have some downloadable images for your use (see info below). The best window display will be awarded a piece of original, signed Vonnegut art. Two runners-up will each receive 5 copies of the book each, signed by Dan Wakefield.
The contest will run May 1st-May 15th. Photos of the displays must be submitted by email to firstname.lastname@example.org by May 20th. Winners will be selected by Seven Stories Press staff and will be announced at BEA in the Seven Stories Press booth, posted on Seven Stories Press social media, and announced by press release.
Join Pulitzer Prize winner Jared Diamond as he discusses his first foray into illustrated young adult nonfiction. The Third Chimpanzee for Young People is both an explosive indictment of human nature and a hopeful plea for a better survival.
With fascinating facts and his unparalleled readability, Diamond intended his book to improve the world that today’s young people will inherit. Triangle Square’s The Third Chimpanzee for Young People is for them and the future they’ll help build.
Professor Diamond’s scheduled appearances:
Boston (4/3 @ 6:30PM) – Porter Square Books at First Parish Church in Harvard Square
New York (4/4 @ 8PM) – 92nd Street Y, Kaufmann Auditorium
San Francisco (4/9 @ 7PM) – Los Altos High School, Eagle Theatre
Seattle (4/10 @ 7:30PM) -University of Washington’s Kane Hall, Room 130
Los Angeles (4/13) – Los Angeles Times Festival of Books