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Mar 17 2012

Being Flynn Giveaway At Subterranean Books

Nick Flynn’s memoir, Another Bullsh**  Night In Suck City has been adapted into a film by Focus Features. The film stars Paul Dano as Nick Flynn and Robert DeNiro as his father John. It is directed by Paul Weitz and features music from Badly Drawn Boy.  Julianne Moore co-stars and Flynn himself has a brief cameo […]

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Jan 14 2012

I WANT MY MTV

It is a chilly and sunny Saturday in The Loop. Lots of people are coming in from the Ice Carnival who have never been in our store before. It’s always exciting to see the magical look on someone’s face when they realize they have a real, honest to goodness local bookstore that they can shop […]

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Apr 29 2011

Here’s What You Missed….

AND I have some super freaky stills from the slide show.  The WHIRLING GYPSY is some sort of creative genius invention.  And I am completely sucked into the story line.  Tim’s full explanation of The Magic Dwindler’s absence here. Untitled from Timothy Lane on Vimeo.      

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Jan 21 2011

Just Added

Published by under Events,Lou Life,Subculture

  We’ll be providing copies of Sex, Sin and Zen;  Sit Down and Shut Up and Zen Wrapped in Karma Dipped in Chocolate  for purchase at the event.   DETAILS   Parking:   Seki’s: a large lot nearby is behind Ginger Bistro (formerly Blockbuster Video), at 6665 Delmar Blvd.   Refreshments will be available for purchase at […]

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Dec 09 2010

The Lyndas are Here

  We are so lucky.  So so lucky.  She went into the publisher’s office and signed these just for us.  Seriously. If you want one holler (phone, email, buy online–but you MUST put “signed” in the comments if you buy online–unless you’re Jim and you put “Hi Kelly” which also works). They each have a […]

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Nov 12 2010

Speaking of New York Trilogy

Who is this Flavorwire?  I am loving them.  Need to investigate. Tip-off curtesy of Shelf Awareness to the 10 Essential Books From the Last 25 Years.  The Guardian recently ran an article in which Rick Gekoski remarked on the disappearance of essential cultural books. He argued that a few decades ago, “there was a canon, […]

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Nov 11 2010

Brothers From Another Mother

Published by under Subby Love,Subculture

    In many ways the last 10 years of Soft Skull Press have mirrored the 10 years of Subterranean (except the major cash infusion they got a couple of years ago–we could use that).  And the closing of their NY offices and dismissal of the NY staff saddens and frightens me.  This article lays out […]

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Nov 10 2010

Zombies are Poppin’ In This Friday

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  Because the coming zombie invasion is real, we’re having a reading/signing in November so that folks don’t get distracted by those fake ones in costume in October. J. Travis Grundon is taking over Subterranean with his newly released volume of short stories Eclectic Collection.  He’ll be in to read and sign at 7pm this […]

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Oct 30 2010

Speaking of Noir

Do you know what geniuses Scott Phillips and Jed Ayres are?  Seriously.   We’ve done, um, 7(?)  Noir@Bar.  8?  And they always bring in someone who isn’t yet published who just blows the crowd away.  In kind of a jaw-dropping what-the-hell-was-that I-don’t-know-but-I-liked-it sort of way. Frank Bill is one of those folks who, shortly after his Noir… appearance, […]

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Oct 30 2010

Dan Wells Reading/Signing of Dark Thrillers “Mr Murder” & “I Am Not A Serial Killer”

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He’s coming through town and making a stop at Subterranean.  Cool for us.   His John Cleaver trilogy features a dark teenage protagonist who is fighting the demons within and without.  He apologizes in advance for the nightmares. This Tues, Nov 2, 7pm at Subterranean.   First is I Am Not A Serial Killer: John Wayne Cleaver […]

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