Our Most Anticipated Books: March - May 2022
There are some great books coming out in the next few months...Atwood, Ferrante, Emily St. John Mandel and more! Order now, and we’ll have a copy ready for you as soon as the book arrives.
Burning Questions by Margaret Atwood (March 1)
In this brilliant selection of essays, the award-winning, best-selling Margaret Atwood author offers her funny, erudite, endlessly curious, and uncannily prescient take on everything from debt and tech to the climate crisis and freedom and the importance of how to define granola.
Booth by Karen Joy Fowler (March 8)
From the Man Booker finalist and bestselling author of We Are All Completely Beside Ourselves comes an epic and intimate novel about the family behind one of the most infamous figures in American history: John Wilkes Booth.
In The Margins by Elena Ferrante (March 15)
Here is a subtle yet candid book by “one of the great novelists of our time” about adventures in literature, both in and out of the margins.
Sea of Tranquility by Emily St. John Mandel (April 5) A novel of art, time, love, and plague that takes the reader from Vancouver Island in 1912 to a dark colony on the moon five hundred years later, unfurling a story of humanity across centuries and space. We’ll have signed copies!
The Candy House by Jennifer Egan (April 5)
From the author of A Visit from the Goon Squad—an electrifying, deeply moving novel about the quest for authenticity and meaning in a world where memories and identities are no longer private.
The Good Left Undone by Adriana Trigiani (April 26)
From Adriana Trigiani, comes a lush, immersive novel about a hardworking family of Tuscan artisans with long-held secrets. The Good Left Undone unfolds in breathtaking turns.
Companion Piece by Ali Smith (May 3)
Following her astonishing Seasonal Quartet, Ali Smith again lights a way for us through the nightmarish now, in a vital celebration of companionship in all its timeless and contemporary, legendary and unpindownable, spellbinding and shapeshifting forms.
This Time Tomorrow by Emma Straub (May 17)
The bestselling author of The Vacationers and All Adults Here combines her trademark charm and wit with a moving father-daughter story and a playful twist on the idea of time travel
Happy Go-Lucky by David Sedaris (May 31)
David Sedaris returns with his first new collection of personal essays since the bestselling Calypso. Happy-Go-Lucky invites readers back into the singular world of a preeminent chronicler of our times.