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  • If only there were objective criteria to establish the qualities possessed exclusively by a small handful of works deemed "classics." I googled several questions trying to arrive at an answer. I asked: What defines a classic novel?

  • In March of 2018, Gramercy’s canine mascot, Wally, picked his first recommendation for a new monthly pick we call #WallyReads. Let’s look at Wally’s 2019 picks, to date, and I’ll share a bit about why he/we picked them.

  • Meet master storyteller Louis Bayard, Gramercy’s featured author for our first Prosecco and Prose literary series to be held at Giuseppe’s Ritrovo on May 15th from 5 to 7 pm. In Courting Mr. Lincoln, Bayard uses vivid, witty and exquisite prose to bring the young Abraham Lincoln to life.

  • In Between Them, Richard Ford’s tender narrative of memory and parental love, the author notes that “most everything but love goes away.” One of America’s greatest living authors, Ford will appear at Capital University’s Mees Hall on April 23rd, 7 pm, as part of the Bexley Community Author Series, hosted by Bexley Public Library in partnership with Gramercy Books.

  • Every March, Women's History Month highlights the contributions of women to events in history and contemporary society. During a month that celebrates the impact of women on our world, it is with pride that I feature books being released in March, written by women and about women, each reflecting a different life experience.