Join Bank Square Books and Savoy Bookshop & Café booksellers as we come together in the virtual space to talk about books! We'll be highlighting our favorite books, as well as forthcoming titles we are excited about-- plus, there will be the opportunity to ask for recommendations!
Meet the Booksellers:
Amy has always been a bookworm, but lived lives in a marine science lab, a jewelry store, and a sail loft before coming home to Savoy as a bookseller. She mostly reads sci-fi and fantasy, unless she doesn’t. Proud dog-mom to Moose and Pickle, and cat-mom to thousands.
Annie reads day and night and her preferred genre is fiction, but has thrillers in the pile as well as narrative non-fiction and cookbooks. She is currently reading BRAIDING SWEETGRASS, recently finished THE OWLS OF THE EASTERN ICE, and is now delving into a memoir from the owner of The Lost Kitchen in Freedom, Maine coming out in April 2021.
Ani is our events manager, and will be moderating the event. She loves narrative non-fiction history books, thrillers, and a good beach read (yes, even in the winter).
Douglas is a Chicago expat and Small press devotee. He tends to read literature in translation, working-class fiction, short stories, poetry, and emerging writers.
Kelsy has been a bookseller for over 10 years and specializes in kids, middle grade, and YA books, but also really enjoys genre fiction and short stories. When she's not at the bookstore, she can be found desperately trying to build more bookcases to house her ever growing book collection.
Kate primarily reads fantasy, science fiction, and middle grade novels, with a smattering of general fiction, graphic novels, and romance for flavor. She has worked in bookstores for eight years in three different states and loves to give recommendations!
About Virtual Events
To attend this virtual event, you will need access to the internet and a computer or other “smart” device to stream the content. If you are unfamiliar with the Crowdcast platform, consider reviewing their introductory materials here: Crowdcast for Attendees