For the Literate

Margaret Atwood!

Margaret Atwood Talks HBO’s MADDADDAM

Oryx and Crake remains one of my favorite works of s.f.  Artfully crafted and intricately layered, Atwood’s work rewards multiple readings.  Now you have an excuse to pull it off the shelf.

NOTE TO OUR NYC MEMBERS–Brooklyn’s finest book club is discussing Oryx and Crake on May 7, 2016.  PM me for details (if that’s not possible the way the site is setup right now, please let me know in the comments).  See past Book Clubb events here:

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