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Meet Lin Enger

No Comments The BEA fun continues at Booth 839 with Friday’s signing with Lin Enger.  Preview his upcoming novel and discover the family history that inspired it with this excerpt from his essay in the Algonquin Reader.…

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Meet Lin Enger, Bill Roorbach & Brock Clarke

No Comments No Comments Here are excerpts from the Algonquin Reader essays by Lin Enger, Bill Roorbach and Brock Clarke: The High Divide by Lin Enger:  “In 1883 my great-grandfather, a Norwegian immigrant, arrived in Dakota Territory to homestead…

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Giveaway Tuesday: The Explanation for Everything and The Third Son

1 Comment 1 Comment New in paperback — today! — Lauren Grodstein’s The Explanation for Everything and Julie Wu’s The Third Son. And here’s your chance to win a copy of each in this week’s Giveaway Tuesday! Fill out…

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Algonquin @ BEA

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The Lucky Tour: Park Road Books

1 Comment 1 Comment Intrepid former Algonquin intern David Bradley and his trusty sidekick, Lucky the Leprechaun, hit the road last summer for a tour of (almost all) the coolest, hippest, greatest indie bookstores in the United States. And…

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Query Do’s and Don’ts

6 Comments 6 Comments Algonquin is one of a dwindling number of publishing houses that still accepts unsolicited queries, and we accept them only through regular mail. Since you’ve worked so hard already and may soon be adding a…

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Giveaway Tuesday: Fall 2014 Galleys

20 Comments 20 Comments Galleys, we’ve got galleys. We’ve got lots and lots of galleys. This is your chance to get your mitts on advance reading copies of our Fall 2014 titles. Get ’em now. Get ’em before BEA…

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The Lucky Tour: Avid Bookshop

No Comments No Comments Intrepid former Algonquin intern David Bradley and his trusty sidekick, Lucky the Leprechaun, hit the road this past summer for a tour of (almost all) the coolest, hippest, greatest indie bookstores in the United States. …

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Amy Rowland: In Her Words

3 Comments 3 Comments Amy Rowland, the author of The Transcriptionist, explains how she came to write her debut novel. In August of 2001, after much restless wandering, I found a job transcribing copy for reporters at the New

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The Lucky Tour: Flyleaf Books

No Comments No Comments Intrepid former Algonquin intern David Bradley and his trusty sidekick, Lucky the Leprechaun, hit the road this past summer for a tour of (almost all) the coolest, hippest, greatest indie bookstores in the United States. …

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