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Marla Frazee (A Documentary Short)

by Jessica on March 21, 2016

by Adam Goodwin My first exposure to Marla Frazee was through the incredible picture book, All The World.  My wife and I have two young children ages 6 and 2.  My son received the book as a gift from my aunt in 2013.  The whole family was immediately struck by the richness of the illustrations […]

Towards the end of May we are so excited to host Jacqueline Suskin!! She has a new book out titled, Go Ahead & Like It. We were able to ask her a few questions about how she got started writing poetry and how the Poem Store came about as well as a little look into […]

Happy Friday, friends!! I hope you’re gearing up for a relaxing and fun weekend ahead. We have an event coming up on Monday 4/27 that is already shaping up to be a really special evening. April Dammann is the author of a new biography about Corita Kent that is being put out by one of […]

On Friday, April 24th at 7pm, we are hosting Ryan Gattis, author of All Involved. Artist Chaz Bojoquez will be with him and they will be in conversation with Lilliam Rivera of Pen Center USA. Vroman’s President, Allison Hill LOVES this book. She has nothing but good things to say about it and really just […]

Monday Recommends – Graphic Novels!

by Jessica on March 16, 2015

Happy Monday! Today I’ve plucked a few from our graphic novels section. Enjoy! Justice  By Jim Krueger, Alex Ross The artwork alone makes this Graphic Novel a must have for any Comic Book Collection. This is D.C. comics at its finest. Earth is in peril and only the Legion of Doom is able to save […]

We are so excited to introduce you to Maud Simmons, our newest Artist on the Stairwell!  Please join us in celebrating the opening of the show with Maud on January 26th, from 6-8pm. Follow this link for more information.  About the Artist: Maud Simmons is a native of New York and attended the Rhode Island […]

Thomas Pynchon’s New Book Comes Out Tomorrow

by Patrick on August 3, 2009

I hear it’s the “fun” Pynchon.  This is a bit like saying “You’re going to love Killing of a Chinese Bookie.  It’s the fast-paced Cassavetes.”  At first, I wasn’t sure why this analogy popped into my head, but the more I think about it, the more sense it makes.  A Cassavetes film requires a bit […]

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Charlie White at Printed Matter this Saturday

by Patrick on April 14, 2009

I’m not usually in the business of linking to other bookstore’s events, but if you’re in New York this weekend, you should definitely head over to Printed Matter for artist Charlie White’s signing: Aiming for the jugular of the American unconscious, the photographs of Los Angeles-based artist Charlie White inspect the culture’s fictions through staged […]