Storytelling for Children in Uppsala Saturday 21st January

UPPSALA | Saturday 21st January at 11:00

Have you got a little sister?
Shirley has a sister called Doris.
Does your sister ever share your clothes?
Doris shares Shirley’s clothes.
Doris shares Shirley’s clothes while Shirley is actually wearing them.

More details at an over-sharing story-time at 11 o’clock on Saturday 21st January at The English Bookshop, Uppsala.

  • We Love Bunk Beds! by Paula Metcalf

We Love Bunk Beds! by Paula Metcalf

Books of the month for January

Charlotte Wood – The Natural Way of ThingsAndrew Martin – The Yellow DiamondTim Baker – Fever CityV. E. Schwab – A Darker Shade of Magic (#1)Stephen Baxter – Proxima Ari Marmell – Hot Lead, Cold Iron (Mick Oberon Job No. 1) Katherine Webber – Wing JonesJ. G. Ballard – High-RiseWilliam Finnegan – Barbarian Days: A Surfing LifeGabriel Garcia Marquez – Collected Stories

Plenty of interesting titles in our picks for January!

General Fiction: Charlotte Wood – The Natural Way of Things

British Crime: Andrew Martin – The Yellow Diamond

Tough Crime: Tim Baker – Fever City

Fantasy: V. E. Schwab – A Darker Shade of Magic

Science Fiction: Stephen Baxter – Proxima

Paranormal/Urban Fantasy: Ari Marmell – Hot Lead, Cold Iron

Teen reading: Katherine Webber – Wing Jones

Classic of the Month: J. G. Ballard – High-Rise

Non-Fiction: William Finnegan – Barbarian Days: A Surfing Life

Short Story Collection: Gabriel Garcia Marquez – Collected Stories

Click Read more to... eh, read more in the title presentations.

Happy Holiday Hours at the bookshop

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Christmas Hours at the bookshops

 

UPPSALA

Epiphany Eve, Thurs 5th Jan: 10–17
Epiphany Day, Fri 6th Jan: 12–15 


STOCKHOLM

Epiphany Day, Fri 6th Jan: 12–16

And then we’re back to normal shop hours again...

Discover the new Book Club Card

Discover the Book Club Card

Give 3 months of reading joy
with the new Book Club Card!

Give that someone special (or yourself!) three months of reading joy with the new Book Club Card.

Choose freely from the different cate­go­ries in our Book of the Month selection. Discover a new genre each month, or stay with the favourite one. A book a month, every other month – or all three at once for the eager reader.

Ask about the Book Club Card next time you’re in the bookshop. And ask yourself, who would like to get three months of reading joy for Christmas...

Dylan Unsung in Uppsala

Dylan Unsung – discovering the lyrics

UPPSALA | Saturday 10th December at 17:30–18:30

Dylan Unsung – discovering the lyrics

Open reading of Bob Dylan’s lyrics at The English Bookshop in Uppsala. What do the works of this year’s literary Nobel laureate sound like without the music? Sam Kessel leads the proceedings. Also Open Mic, so bring your favourite Dylan lyrics. Free entrance.

Bob Dylan musical tribute in Stockholm

Bob Dylan Night – a musical tribute

STOCKHOLM | Saturday 10th December at 18:00

A very special musical tribute to the literature laureate in the Stockholm bookshop. Personal musical interpretations of Dylan songs by musicians Jan Hammarlund, Katarina Gunnerholm, Hélène Bohman Blomqvist, Maria Lindström, the band Gränsen, and a special guest appearance. The event is in English, but the language of music is universal.

Advance tickets 60 kr (including snacks/refreshments) available at the bookshop or www.billetto.se/bob-dylan-night

Books of the month for December

Jenni Fagan – The Sunlight PilgrimsWilliam Brodrick – The Silent Ones (Father Anselm #6)Michael Sears – Black FridaysLaura Lam – Pantomime (Micah Grey #1)Neal Asher – Prador Moon (Polity)Lila Bowen – Wake Of Vultures (#1)N. D. Gomes – Dear CharlieEvelyn Waugh – Handful of DustJoris Luyendijk – Swimming with Sharks: My Journey into the World of the Bankers Lucia Berlin – A Manual for Cleaning Women: Stories

Plenty of interesting titles in our picks for December!

General Fiction: Jenni Fagan – The Sunlight Pilgrims

British Crime: William Brodrick – The Silent Ones

Tough Crime: Michael Sears – Black Fridays

Fantasy: Laura Lam – Pantomime

Science Fiction: Neal Asher – Prador Moon

Paranormal/Urban Fantasy: Lila Bowen – Wake of Vultures

Teen reading: N. D. Gomes – Dear Charlie

Classic of the Month: Evelyn Waugh – A Handful of Dust

Non-Fiction: Joris Luyendijk – Swimming with Sharks: My Journey into the World of the Bankers

Short Story Collection: Lucia Berlin – A Manual for Cleaning Women: Stories

Click Read more to... eh, read more in the title presentations.

Release party Four British Classics from Novellix


Release party Four British Classics from Novellix

We are delighted, together with Novellix, to invite you to celebrate the launch of the new British Classics series.

First off (in a lovely box designed and illustrated by Jennie Ekström) are Katherine Mansfield: Bliss, Charles Dickens: Horatio Sparkins, D.H. Lawrence: Sun, and Virginia Woolf: Lappin and Lapinova

Novellix has been publishing short stories in Swedish, with great success, for a few years, and now venture into the veritable treasure trove that is British shorties!

Join us in the bookshop for drinks, nibbles and a chance to mingle with like-minded readers, followed by a short talk.

Four classic short stories, offering a perfect introduction to 
some of Britain’s most famous writers – and the perfect gift!

Stockholm Thursday 24th November at 18:30
Uppsala Wednesday 30th November at 19:00
Free and no RSVP needed.

Novellix are an independent, boutique book publisher based in Stockholm. Check them out on www.novellix.se 

We’re turning twentyone – 21% off in the shops

Turning 21 - 21% off Friday and Saturday

UPPSALA & STOCKHOLM | Friday 18th–Saturday 19th November

Twenty one years ago... 

...on the 18th day of the dark month of November, a small bookshop opened up in the loft of an old tannery by the river Fyris in Uppsala.

Today two bookshops serve a community of booklovers in two cities. This is cause for celebration! 21% OFF ON EVERYTHING in both our bookshops on Friday 18th and Saturday 19th November.

Welcome in to the bookshops to celebrate!

Storytelling for Children in Uppsala Sat 19th Nov

Storytelling for Children - Uppsala Sat 19th Nov

UPPSALA | Saturday 19th November at 11:00

Who is that elephant? Is she a lonely circus artist?
Or will he put you to bed tonight?
And how about trolls? Are they mostly misunderstood?


Answers to important questions at story-time at 11 o’clock on Saturday 19th November in the Uppsala shop.

No need to sign up, just show up at the shop and join the fun.

New Fiction 20170103

Lucy Dillon
All I Ever Wanted
Paperback

New fiction 20170103

Keith Stuart
A Boy Made of Blocks
Paperback
Chinelo Okparanta
Under the Udala Trees
Paperback

New Art 20161117

Where's Banksy?: Banksy's Greatest Works in Context
Hardback
Chuck Palahniuk
Bait: Off-Color Stories for You to Color
Hardback
Diana Gabaldon
Outlander Colouring Book
Trade Paperback

New Non-Fiction 20161117

Marra, Peter , Santella, Chris
Cat Wars: The Devastating Consequences of a Cuddly Killer
Hardback
Ron Chernow
The Warburgs: The Twentieth-Century Odyssey of A Remarkable Jewish Family
Trade Paperback
Wieland, Karin , Frisch, Shelley
Dietrich & Riefenstahl: Hollywood, Berlin, and a Century in Two Lives
Trade Paperback

New Fiction 20161117

Ethan Canin
ADoubter's Almanac
Paperback
Ann Hood
The Book That Matters Most
Hardback
Jonatham Lethem
A Gambler's Anatomy
Hardback

New Mystery/Thriller 20161107

Kellerman, Jesse , Kellerman, Jonathan
The Golem of Paris (Jacob Lev #2)
Paperback
Amy S. Foster
Uprising (The Rift)
Trade Paperback
Hideo Yokoyama
Six Four
Paperback

New Fiction 20161107

Guillermo Erades
Back to Moscow
Paperback
Karan Mahajan
The Association of Small Bombs
Paperback
Stef Penney
Under a Pole Star
Trade Paperback

New SF/Fantasy/Horror 20161107

David Weber
Shadow of Victory (Honor Harrington #14)
Hardback
Ellen Kushner
The Fall of the Kings
Paperback
Cherie Priest
The Family Plot
Hardback

New Humor 20161107

(Blyton), (Enid) , Vincent, Bruno
Five Go On a Strategy Away Day
Hardback
(Blyton), (Enid) , Vincent, Bruno
Five On Brexit Island
Hardback
Katz, Nora , Josepheson, Wilson , Poskanzer, Jill
Literary Starbucks: Fresh-Brewed, Half-Caf, No-Whip Bookish Humor
Hardback

New Language/Literature 20161004

Matt Sewell
A Charm of Goldfinches & Other Collective Nouns
Hardback
Erin Moore
That's Not English
Paperback
Ella Frances Sanders
Speaking in Tongues: Curious Expressions From Around the World
Hardback

New Fiction 20161029

Cecelia Ahern
Lyrebird
Trade Paperback
Nell Zink
Nicotine
Hardback
Margaret Drabble
The Dark Flood Rises
Trade Paperback
T. C. Boyle
Terranauts
Hardback
Stephen King
The Bazaar of Bad Dreams: Stories
Paperback

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