James Crossley

James Crossley reads and writes in the upper left corner of the country, where he lives with his two tremendously interesting children and their tremendously interesting mother. He sells books for a living. Come to think of it, that's also why he buys them.

After Shakespeare: 4 Playwrights to Explore

The Best Translated Book Award

Tales of the City: 3 Picture Books

THE BURIED GIANT: Kazuo Ishiguro and the Future of Fiction

After Shakespeare: 4 Playwrights to Explore

What Are You Wearing? Non-Creepy Books About Clothes

No Shave November: 3 Books for the Bearded

What Are You Wearing? Non-Creepy Books About Clothes

The Nobel Tolls for . . . ?

Literary Tourism: Antarctica

A Place to Visit and Something to Hold

Life Imitates Art: Sculptures, Novels, and Lawsuits

Literary Traveling Companions

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