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September 30, 2015

WORD Bookstores Books of the Week - September 30, 2015

In the Largehearted Word series, the staff of Brooklyn's WORD bookstore highlights several new books released this week.

WORD Bookstores are independent neighborhood bookstores in Greenpoint, Brooklyn and Jersey City, New Jersey. Our primary goal is to be whatever our communities needs us to be, which currently means carrying everything from fiction to nonfiction to absurdly cute cards and stationery. In addition, we're fiends for a good event, from the classic author reading and Q&A to potlucks and a basketball league (and anything set in a bar). If a weekly dose of WORD here isn't enough for you, follow us on Twitter: @wordbookstores.

Upright Beasts

Upright Beasts
by Lincoln Michel

The imaginative Lincoln Michel presents his bestiary of strange and captivating stories.

Deep Dark Fears

Deep Dark Fears
by Fran Krause

A wonderfully illustrated, and frequently unsettling, collection of crowd-sourced fears brought to life.

See You In The Morning

See You In The Morning
by Mairead Case

A stirring, truthful story of growing up.

Ingredients: A Visual Exploration of 75 Additives and 25 Food Products

Ingredients: A Visual Exploration of 75 Additives and 25 Food Products
by Dwight Eschliman and Steve Ettlinger

All of your lifelong questions about riboflavin, answered at last!

WORD Brooklyn links:

WORD website
WORD Facebook page
WORD on Instagram
WORD Tumblr
WORD Twitter

also at Largehearted Boy:

other Word Bookstores Books of the Week (weekly new book highlights)

Antiheroines (interviews with up and coming female comics artists)
Atomic Books Comics Preview (weekly comics & graphic novel highlights)
Book Notes (authors create music playlists for their book)
guest book reviews
Librairie Drawn & Quarterly Books of the Week (recommended new books, magazines, and comics)
musician/author interviews
Note Books (musicians discuss literature)
Short Cuts (writers pair a song with their short story or essay)