Check out our ever-changing displays below for more examples of the titles we carry, and if you’d like some reading recommendations, be sure to consult our Staff Picks!
Check out our display for Black History Month, featuring a brilliant assortment of contemporary poetry and prose, such as Nelson George’s To Funk and Die in LA, the fourth book in the D Hunter crime-fiction series, and Khadijah Queen’s poetry collection Black Peculiar.
We also have a display devoted to works from Wakefield Press, an independent American publisher devoted to the translation of overlooked gems and literary oddities in small, affordable, yet elegant paperback editions.
And for Valentine’s Day, we have charming greeting cards, plus books “with a heart”… in the title, or on the cover—because nothing says romance like a dogged determination to take things literally!
What lovely chaps! Come check out our impressive selection of chapbooks…
What could be more festive than a roomful of Ruefle?! If you’re not familiar with the work of American poet and essayist Mary Ruefle, come get acquainted at Malvern Books.
With the holidays fast approaching, it’s the perfect time to dip into a family saga… like, for instance, The Land Breakers, a riveting tale set deep in the Appalachian wilderness.
And Thanksgiving saw us lovingly assemble a collection of books that feature food, glorious food…
We’ve lots of suitably spooky reads to help you get your fright on this Halloween.
October 9th is Indigenous Peoples’ Day… come check out Tommy Pico’s brilliant Nature Poem, a Publishers Weekly Pick of the Week.
And in honor of the announcement of this year’s Nobel Prize in Literature winner (congrats, Kazuo Ishiguro!), a display of our very own Nobel talent…
Stand up, speak out, be heard…
August 8th is International Cat Day—and you know we can’t resist displaying our feline favorites!
Take a summer vacation without leaving your sofa with one of our many brilliant travel books…
And why not solve a literary mystery while you’re at it?
We had a ton of fun putting together our display for Pride Month… come check it out!
Short on time? We have just the ticket: an entire table of brilliant short novels, including Nylund, the Sarcographer, a baroque noir by Joyelle McSweeney.
Father’s Day is June 18th, and we have a great selection of Dad-worthy goods!
And we have a wonderful display of titles from Brooklyn small press The Song Cave, including satirist Mitch Sisskind’s Do Not Be a Gentleman When You Say Goodnight, a collection of surreal and hilarious stories and poems.
Short stories for shorts weather…
Memorial Day Selections…
And we have brand-spanking-new t-shirts in stock…