Nick Turse
The book tour rolls on.  This Friday, come on out to Brooklyn’s legendary Book Court to see me discuss Kill Anything That Moves (just out in paperback with a new afterword) with the whip-smart and always provocative Chase Madar (who reviewed the book for The American Conservative).
When: Friday, January 17th at 7:00PM
Where:  163 Court Street (between Pacific & Dean streets)Brooklyn, USA
Details: http://bookcourt.com/events/nick-turse

The book tour rolls on.  This Friday, come on out to Brooklyn’s legendary Book Court to see me discuss Kill Anything That Moves (just out in paperback with a new afterword) with the whip-smart and always provocative Chase Madar (who reviewed the book for The American Conservative).

When: Friday, January 17th at 7:00PM

Where:  163 Court Street (between Pacific & Dean streets)
Brooklyn, USA

Details: http://bookcourt.com/events/nick-turse

If you’re in Washington, D.C. on January 7th, come on out and see me at Politics and Prose Bookstore at 7pm for a talk, Q&A, and book signing for the new paperback edition of Kill Anything that Moves.
Hope to see you there!
(via Nick Turse - Kill Anything That Moves: The Real American War in Vietnam | Politics & Prose Bookstore)

If you’re in Washington, D.C. on January 7th, come on out and see me at Politics and Prose Bookstore at 7pm for a talk, Q&A, and book signing for the new paperback edition of Kill Anything that Moves.

Hope to see you there!

(via Nick Turse - Kill Anything That Moves: The Real American War in Vietnam | Politics & Prose Bookstore)

Flavorpill: The 20 Most Beautiful Bookstores in the World
For those browsers not as impressed by architecture as they are by the beauty of books upon books upon books in narrow hallways — not to mention a place to nap. Shakespeare & Company, Paris, France [photo via]

Flavorpill: The 20 Most Beautiful Bookstores in the World

For those browsers not as impressed by architecture as they are by the beauty of books upon books upon books in narrow hallways — not to mention a place to nap. Shakespeare & Company, Paris, France [photo via]

Flavorpill: The 20 Most Beautiful Bookstores in the World
For those browsers not as impressed by architecture as they are by the beauty of books upon books upon books in narrow hallways — not to mention a place to nap. Shakespeare & Company, Paris, France [photo via]
** I know who will choose this one! — NT

Flavorpill: The 20 Most Beautiful Bookstores in the World

For those browsers not as impressed by architecture as they are by the beauty of books upon books upon books in narrow hallways — not to mention a place to nap. Shakespeare & Company, Paris, France [photo via]

** I know who will choose this one! — NT

Very happy to see that Powell’s Books’ Daily Dose says Kill Anything That Moves: The Real American War in Vietnam is “as important a contribution to the vast Vietnam War record as any ever published” and calls it a “Must Read!”
(via Daily Dose - Powell’s Books)

Very happy to see that Powell’s Books’ Daily Dose says Kill Anything That Moves: The Real American War in Vietnam is “as important a contribution to the vast Vietnam War record as any ever published” and calls it a “Must Read!”

(via Daily Dose - Powell’s Books)

It was bound to happen one of these days.  I was taking one of my periodic strolls through The Strand’s outdoor bargain book carts and there it was — my first book, The Complex.  Oh, the ignominy!  Out on the street, asking price $2. 

Since I’ve long since overcome the shame of shameless promotion, I removed it from the shelf and gave it prominent placement (see second photo).  I wondered if it might be a little desperate but you cannot argue with success.  When I walked back 5 minutes later, there was no sign of the book anywhere.

Flavorpill: The 20 Most Beautiful Bookstores in the World
For those browsers not as impressed by architecture as they are by the beauty of books upon books upon books in narrow hallways — not to mention a place to nap. Shakespeare & Company, Paris, France [photo via]
** I know who will choose this one! — NT

Flavorpill: The 20 Most Beautiful Bookstores in the World

For those browsers not as impressed by architecture as they are by the beauty of books upon books upon books in narrow hallways — not to mention a place to nap. Shakespeare & Company, Paris, France [photo via]

** I know who will choose this one! — NT

danielclowes:

Image by Daniel Clowes for Strand Books. You can buy a tote bag bearing this image on Strand Books’ site for $12.95 here:
http://www.strandbooks.com/strand-totes/tote-bag-dan-clowes/

danielclowes:

Image by Daniel Clowes for Strand Books. You can buy a tote bag bearing this image on Strand Books’ site for $12.95 here:

http://www.strandbooks.com/strand-totes/tote-bag-dan-clowes/

hangonsloopyhangon:

Flavorpill: The 20 Most Beautiful Bookstores in the World
For those browsers not as impressed by architecture as they are by the beauty of books upon books upon books in narrow hallways — not to mention a place to nap. Shakespeare & Company, Paris, France [photo via]
** I know who will choose this one! — NT

hangonsloopyhangon:

Flavorpill: The 20 Most Beautiful Bookstores in the World

For those browsers not as impressed by architecture as they are by the beauty of books upon books upon books in narrow hallways — not to mention a place to nap. Shakespeare & Company, Paris, France [photo via]

** I know who will choose this one! — NT