1. My NY bookcase is starting to feel more like home. Kinda.

     
  2. Fitzgerald love! All this for 8 bucks at B&N? I’m in!

     
  3. Lolita, Vladimir Nabokov.

     
  4. ferkobeh:

    Got it?

    Even the MoMA knows it.

     
  5. Tiny life lessons. Translated proof for Chris Prentiss’ The Laws of love

    "We either become unhappy or we become stronger. The amount of work is the same."

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  6. Rayuela, Julio Cortázar. 

    "… at most the melancholy of a life too short for so many libraries, etc. The lack of experience is inevitable, if I read Joyce I’m sacrificing automatically another book and viceversa, etc. The feeling of lack is more acute in

    It’s a little like this: there are lines of air besides your head, your sight.”

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  7. Rayuela, Julio Cortázar. 

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  8. Spirit Junkie, Gabrielle Bernstein. 

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  9. Taking cover color decisions!

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  10. I’m in!

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  11. fThis is a respectable piece of jewelry for an editor. 

     

  12. Before I worked in the Publishing industry, I loved going to book fairs. Before I became an editor I only visited the Feria Internacional del Libro del Palacio de Minería (Mexico City’s most important fair) and the Zócalo Book Fair, but after years in this job, I’ve become quite an expert in…

     
  13. The boy who fell out of the sky, Ken Dornstein. 

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  14. The boy who fell out of the sky, Ken Dornstein. (This is how the main character feels about NYC, ring a bell?)

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  15. The boy who feel out of the sky, Ken Dornstein. (One of my favorite non-fiction books, by the way.)

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