Posts Tagged ‘The Ivy Bookshop’
The Ivy Bookshop is moving! But only a few blocks south on Falls Road. Owner, Emma Snyder is excited about the future.
The Ivy Bookshop has exciting things in store this year. Owner, Emma Snyder, came in to share some of the them. Books mentioned by Emma: We Speak for Ourselves: A Word from Forgotten Black America, by D. Watkins, Simon and Schuster Elsey Come Home: A novel, by Susan Conley, Knopf
In the New Year we can look forward to new books by local writers, and some hidden gems. Here is Ann Berlin from The Ivy Bookshop with some guidelines. Laura Lipman’s Sunburn Sujata Massey’s Widows of Malabar Dan Fesperman’s Safe Houses Hotel Silence by Audur Ava Olafsdottir
The annual Baltimore Book Festival, having outgrown Mt. Vernon Square, will be at the Inner Harbor again this year, from September 23-25. Programming partners include The Ivy Bookshop, the Enoch Pratt Free Library, and CityLit Project. CityLit’s new Executive Director, Carla du Pree, came in to talk about that and more for Booknotes. […]
“The older the better” is the motto of Passager, a journal and an imprint publishing the work of writers over 50 … and over 60, 70, 80, 90, . . . Kendra Kopelke, co-editor, came in to talk about the publication.
Stephen Dixon, past Johns Hopkins faculty member and prolific novelist, will present his latest novel at The Ivy on June 15th. He came to talk about it for WBJC’s Booknotes.
Baltimore writer, Dan Fesperman, is launching his 10th book at The Ivy on Tuesday, April 19th, 7pm. He came to talk to Booknotes about this “gripping and atmospheric” mystery.
McKay Jenkins learned the hard way what toxic contamination can do to our bodies. And he’s written a book about it.
To mark their centennial, the Baltimore Symphony Orchestra called on one of their own to write a book tracing their history. Here is oboist, Michael Lisicky.
Rafael Alvarez, one of Baltimore’s great storytellers, is releasing a new book this month. He came to talk about it for Booknotes.