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Wild River Review at PEN World Voices
"In this room of woven things, we are told that The Double Knot opened very soon after September 11th, 2001, and indeed there’s a woven quality to the event—of presence and absence, past and present. And during the questions from the audience segment, Stocke, Nagy, and Keeley discuss the very concept of exile, landing on the idea that exile is tantamount to “living with longing for the rest of your life,”..."
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Anatolian Days & Nights Featured in Airports and Train Stations
Wild River Books is in airports and train stations. Beginning in April and May of 2013, Anatolian Days & Nights will be featured in national airports and train stations.
Should you be traveling through any airport bookstores, take a photo of the book and email a copy with the name of the airport location along with your name and email to firstname.lastname@example.org for an opportunity to win a copy of one of our favorite Turkish cookbooks. We will randomly draw from all the entrants in June.
Last Daughter of Prussia
Book Signing KGB Literary Bar
85 East 4th Street New York, NY
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Shelter Island Library
37 North Ferry Road
Shelter Island, NY
Book Club Appearance Bank of Princeton
10 Bridge Street Lambertville, NJ
Wild River Books
...[T]he sentiments and terror of the protagonists are well rendered, keenly felt, and quite vivid. Sarles adapted her novel from the real-life experience of her grandparents, and readers will appreciate the characters' quiet heroism and be intrigued by this affecting tale of WWII.
In their vivid memoir, Joy Stocke, a travel writer from New Jersey; and Angie Brenner, a former travel bookstore owner from California, document their travels through Turkey, spanning nearly 10 years and stretching from the Black Sea to the Mediterranean coast, and from the Iranian border to Istanbul....
Wild River Book Club
Kim Nagy reports on The Last Daughter of Prussia
book tour in "A Week with Marina"
At Airports & Train Stations
Reviewed in PW
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