What a perfect time to visit your local independent bookstore!
If you are lucky enough to live near Squirrel Hill in Pittsburgh, you could stop by to say hi to our “such friends” at Riverstone Books on Forbes Avenue for their celebrations, 10 am to close.
While there, you could pick up signed copies of “Such Friends”: The Literary 1920s, Volumes I and II covering 1920 and 1921, which are collections of the blogs that are posted on this site about what was happening 100 years ago.
“Such Friends”: The Literary 1920s—Volume I, 1920
And you could also buy some of Riverstone’s terrific Independent Bookstore merchandise!
Merchandise available at Riverstone Books
Remember—everyone is reading “Such Friends”!
Everyone reading “Such Friends”: The Literary 1920s—Volume II, 1921
P. S. Follow this blog to receive updates on the progress of Volume III about the literary milestone year of 1922, due out this summer. Or email me at firstname.lastname@example.org for more information.
In June I will be talking about the Stein family salons in Paris before and after The Great War at the Osher Lifelong Learning Institute in Carnegie-Mellon University.
If you want to walk with me through Bloomsbury, you can download my audio walking tour, “Such Friends”: Virginia Woolf and the Bloomsbury Group.
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