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Latest 46 Books Our Favorite Indie Booksellers Were Grateful For This Year

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Anansi International, New Directions, Milkweed Editions, Lorena Jones Books, Bloomsbury, Vintage, Simon & Schuster, KnopfRandom House, Scribner, Haymarket Books, Wednesday Books, Transit Books, Riverhead, Tor Books, Small Beer PressMeghan Heriford, AK Press, Knopf, Del Rey, Sourcebooks, Melville House, HarperMargaret K. McElderry Books, Astoria, Dutton, Game Over Books, Harper, Soho Press, Benbella Books, BloomsburyHub City Press, Pantheon, Melville House, Bloomsbury, W. W. Norton, One World, Farrar, Straus and Giroux, RiverheadHaymarket Books, Milkweed Editions, William Morrow, Counterpoint PressAzadi: Freedom.

And so we’re grateful for her work and grateful for this book at a time when clear and reasonable voices are what we most urgently need to hold at the center of our attention.

In the book’s final essay, Roy calls the global pandemic “a gateway between one world and the next.”

No declarations of political loyalty are required, just a response to a repeated question: ‘Can we agree to be grateful for all that is given?'”

—Jeff Deutsch, Seminary Co-op Bookstore & 57th Street Books (Get your copy.)

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