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Magers & Quinn Booksellers

3038 Hennepin Ave. S. Minneapolis, MN 55408 | Uptown/ Eat Street | 612-822-4611

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All kinds of used books covering just about every topic, also a selection of hard to find titles.


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    Nate Piven, the infuriating yet not wholly unlikable protagonist of Adelle Waldman's debut novel, The Love Affairs of Nathaniel P., is a young meritocrat of literary Brooklyn who finds...
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    Remembered with implausible yet forgivable clarity, Kevin Brockmeier's A Few Seconds of Radiant Filmstrip is an affecting memoir of nine months, the often fraught seventh grade, spent in a...
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    Remembered with implausible yet forgivable clarity, Kevin Brockmeier's A Few Seconds of Radiant Filmstrip is an affecting memoir of nine months, the often fraught seventh grade, spent in a...
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    Get the true story of the late Augie Ratner, the boxer-turned-nightclub proprietor who owned Augie's Theater Lounge and Bar (where Augie's Bourbon Street Cabaret is now), this Sunday at...
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    Crystal Pepsi. Tamagotchis. Slap bracelets. Urkel. These are but a few things from the '90s that will (and probably should) be forgotten over time. However, our nostalgic tendencies...
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    Clear your calendars for an epic night of short stories; Magers & Quinn is hosting an evening with an impressive lineup featuring some of the most eccentric and exciting contemporary...
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    Every so often, a book comes along that makes me feel stupid. Not stupid because the content is over my head (although that happens, too), but stupid because while reading the closing...
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    If the windows on Dylan Hicks's debut novel, Boarded Windows (Coffee House Press), are indeed boarded, it's because the high- and low-brow music, literary, and cultural notes that fill its...
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    Lizz Winstead describes Lizz Free or Die (Riverhead Books) as a series of "messays." Part essay, part memoir, the book explores the rocky road she took on the way to finding her comedic...
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    Guy Delisle's newest graphic travelogue, Jerusalem: Chronicles from the Holy City (Drawn and Quarterly), about his time living there with his Medecins Sans Frontiers administrator wife and...
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    Honestly, when I first picked up Scott Wrobel's Cul De Sac, I thought, "Oh great. Another story collection by a young, white guy trying to be Cheever or Carver by regurgitating a melancholic...
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    April is National Poetry Month. But this shouldn't be your top reason for wanting to listen to the 24th Annual Minnesota Book Awards poetry finalists as they read from their collections. Ed...
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    This Wednesday, Joseph Mattson and Eric Lorberer will host a lively talk on The Speed Chronicles at Magers & Quinn. The book, which was edited by Mattson, is a collection of stories about...
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    This Thursday, Minnesota author Charles Baxter celebrates the paperback release of his newest book, Gryphon: New and Selected Stories (Pantheon), a collection consisting of 23 pieces, seven...
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    Historical precedents loudly indicated that the financial meltdown of 2008 and the bailouts that followed would result in a turn against laissez faire and the Wall Street status quo....
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    Last month, author Larry Watson saw the release of his latest work, American Boy (Milkweed Editions). The story opens with the shooting of Louisa Lindahl in 1960s Minnesota. The main...
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    While still best known as a pop-culture pundit with roots in the prairie, North Dakota native Chuck Klosterman has been gradually increasing the scope of his writing for a number of years...
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    It's been seven years since Alan Hollinghurst's superb last novel, the Booker Prize-winning The Line of Beauty, a Jamesian bildungsroman about Thatcher-era booms and busts and the...
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    The variety of creative work that Henry Rollins has put out over the years, ranging from poetry to music to parts in movies, make it clear that he is a Renaissance man. With the publication...
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    This Tuesday, novelist Russell Banks will talk about his newest book, Lost Memory of Skin (Ecco). The plot follows the Kid, a young convicted sex offender who has made his home under a...
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    It's often fun to look at pictures of houses you could never live in, and with Larry Millett's latest book, that never, you can be sure, is both definitive and unrelated to your dim...
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    Set in St. Paul, Vestments is a gritty, honest novel about James Dressler, a priest whose faith is questioned when his past resurfaces in unexpected ways. Complicated love, the intricacies...

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