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Sunday, 1 November 2015

TOP 10: October's Bestselling Fiction and Non-fiction

This fall has been a great time for new fiction and non-fiction, and also for Librairie Drawn & Quarterly literary events! There are, of course, still more to come, most notably Carrie Brownstein Launches Hunger Makes Me a Modern Girl in Conversation with Jessica Hopper on November 16th, and Gloria Steinem Launches My Life on the Road on December 1st!

Here's what everyone was reading in October. It's all great writing by creative, complicated, inspiring women! No complaints here.


1) Bad Feminist (Roxane Gay)
Gay was here this month for a conversation with Rachel Zellars at the Ukrainian Federation. She killed, of course! We still have some signed copies of Bad Feminist left, although they are sure to go soon!


2) Hunger Makes Me a Modern Girl (Carrie Brownstein)
Don't miss our event with Brownstein in conversation with Jessica Hopper on November 16th at the Ukrainian Federation! Tickets are on sale now! Details in the link at the top of this post.


3) M Train (Patti Smith)
The anticipated follow-up to Just Kids is flying off our front table!



4) Chelsea Girls (Eileen Myles)
Eileen Myles was here at the store in October, in conversation with Montreal artist Sarah Mangle. It was a fabulous evening. We could have listened to them chat for hours.


5) My Life on the Road (Gloria Steinem)
Don't miss our event with Steinem in conversation with CBC's Jeanette Kelly on December 1st at the Rialto Theatre! Tickets are on sale now! Details in the link at the top of this post.


6) An Untamed State (Roxane Gay)
In addition to our signed copies of Bad Feminist, we have signed copies of Roxane Gay's novel!


7) The First Bad Man (Miranda July)
Miranda July's first novel is out in paperback!


 8) I Must Be Living Twice (Eileen Myles)
We still have some signed copies of Eileen Myles' newest poetry collection!


9) We Should All Be Feminists (Chimamanda Ngozi Adichie)
Small enough to slip in your pocket, so that you can whip it out whenever necessary.


10) No One Belongs Here More Than You (Miranda July) 
A real mainstay here at the Librairie. We expect it to be a bestseller forever!

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