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Talk Lois Banner: Garbo, Monroe and the Creation of Ideal Beauty

Talk Lois Banner – Garbo. Monroe and the Creation of Ideal Beauty

UPPSALA | Wednesday 15th March at 19:00

Lois Banner, visiting Fulbright professor in American Studies, gives a talk about two iconic film stars:


GRETA GARBO, MARILYN MONROE, 
and the Creation of Ideal Beauty

Drawing from her best-selling biography of Marilyn Monroe and current work on Greta Garbo, she will evaluate the lives and careers of these two iconic film stars. She will take a feminist perspective, focusing on their self-creation, their innovative politics, and their ultimate failure.

Wednesday 15th March at 19:00 
Tickets 60:-, incl. refreshments.
Limited number of seats, buy your ticket in the bookshop today!

Weekend Wipeout Sale in Stockholm

Weekend Wipeout Stockholm

STOCKHOLM | until Sunday 12th March

Final days of our Book Sale in Stockholm:
WEEKEND WIPEOUT!

Help us clear the sales table to make room for all the new titles. Still plenty of great finds on the replenished sales tables. Ends this Sunday, so don't delay.

3 books for 99:-! (or 6 for 198:-, 9 for 297:-, 12 for...)

Meet Andy Griffiths – Australia’s most popular children’s author

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Meet Andy Griffiths

UPPSALA | Saturday 11th March at 15:00

Andy and Terry live in a treehouse. But it’s not just any old treehouse, it’s the most amazing treehouse in the world! Just about anything can happen there, and it does. And it keeps growing bigger and bigger and BIGGER…

Storytelling for Children in Uppsala - Saturday 4th March

Storytelling for Children in Uppsala - Saturday 4th March

UPPSALA | Saturday 4th March at 11:00

What can you do if you get a pig stuck up your nose?
Or find a lost penguin?
Or get invited to tea by some sneaky dogs?

Come along to story time on Saturday in the Uppsala shop to find out!
No need to sign up, just show up and join the fun! Free.

Books of the Month – March 2017

Bradley Somer – FishbowlJoan Didion – Play it as it LaysJoanne Harris – Different ClassRod Reynolds – The Dark InsidePeter Newman – The VagrantJames L. Cambias – A Darkling SeaMark Morris – Wolves of LondonNicola Yoon - The Sun is Also a StarWitze / Kanipe – Island on FireHelen Oyeyemi – What is Not Yours is Not Yours

Plenty of interesting titles in our picks for March!

General Fiction: Bradley Somer – Fishbowl

Classic: Joan Didion – Play it as it Lays

British Crime: Joanne Harris – Different Class

Tough Crime: Rod Reynolds – The Dark Inside

Fantasy: Peter Newman – The Vagrant

Science Fiction: James L. Cambias – A Darkling Sea

Paranormal/Urban Fantasy: Mark Morris – Wolves of London

Teen reading: Nicola Yoon – The Sun is Also a Star

Non-Fiction: Witze & Kanipe – Island on Fire

Short Story Collection: Helen Oyeyemi – What is Not Yours is Not Yours

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

Thank you! And the sale continues in Stockholm...

Book Sale continues in Stockholm

What a celebration we hade last weekend in the Uppsala shop! Thanks to everyone who came to the Celebration Sale to celebrate our nomination to the Shop of the Year Award in Uppsala – we wouldn’t be there without you!

The book sale in the Stockholm shop continues all week. It might be a more ”traditional” book sale, but it’s anything but ordinary. Sales table refilled all the time, so there’s always finds to be made!

Show your book sale hauls! Show off your hauls on instagram or twitter: tag with @bookshop_se and #booksalehaul

Book Sale 2017 in Uppsala and Stockholm


Book Sale in Uppsala: 3 for 2 on everything

UPPSALA | Sale all weekend, starting Friday 10:00
To celebrate being nominated as one of three finalists for the Shop of the Year Award 2017 (Årets Handel Uppsala) we’re having a celebration sale: 3 for 2 on everything in the Uppsala shop! All weekend, starting Friday 10:00. 

STOCKHOLM | Stockholm sale continues with a great selection of books for 60:-each, or 3 for 150:-, or why not 10 great books for just 400:-? 

 

Book release: Little Bolton – Nora Lönn


Book release: Little Bolton – Nora Lönn

STOCKHOLM | Thursday 2nd March at 18:30

BOOK RELEASE – Author reading & signing

Welcome to celebrate the release of Little Bolton – The story of a Lancashire working class family at the start of the industrial revolution.

»In a small Lancashire town in the 1840s, three working class orphans struggle to survive. Despite technological advancement, life is harder for Nell, Bill and Luke than it was for their parents. As they grow up, they each find their own way of improving their situation, through marriage, education, or illegal means. But a family scandal that no one will talk about, and the mysterious Edward Ainsworth who will stop at nothing to destroy their family, threaten to ruin what progress they’ve made.«

Nora Lönn has been writing since the age of seven, producing reams of unpublished stories. A not so short foray into the world of academia resulted in her first published work. Many scientific articles and an Assistant professorship later, she eventually realised her love for writing was greater than her love for the medical sciences. Changing careers, she produced a number of short stories before progressing to a novel. Little Bolton is her first published work of fiction.

Welcome to this free author event in the Stockholm shop – bring a friend or two! (And the book sale in Stockholm continues all week, so make sure you check out the sales table!)

It's time for Book Sale 2017


Book Sale in Stockholm and Uppsala

STOCKHOLM | Starts Wed 22nd February
UPPSALA | Starts Fri 24th February

Stockholm goes all traditional book sale starting Wednesday. (Extra shop hours on Wednesday: 11–20 with author visit Liselotte Roll from 18:30).
Uppsala is all secretive and won’t say anything about their upcoming weekend sale… (Psst! It starts on Friday)

Meet Liselotte Roll – Good Girls Don’t Tell

Meet Liselotte Roll – Good Girls Don’t Tell

STOCKHOLM | Wednesday 22nd February at 18:30

AUTHOR READING & SIGNING
Liselotte Roll – Good Girls Don't Tell

»When Erik Berggren, a young man, is found brutally murdered Inspector Magnus Kalo and his team are mystified. Other than being an alcoholic, the victim seems to have led a completely normal, if rather lonely, life. Then Erik’s mother is viciously attacked in a similar way…«

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