Fall books preview with David Ulin and Carolyn Kellogg

Join us Thursday at 1:30 p.m. for a live video chat with David L. Ulin and Carolyn Kellogg (that’s me) as we look ahead to books coming this fall. It’s a good one for fiction. And also for nonfiction. Books all around, really.

In this Sunday’s print edition, Ulin picks six books to look forward to, and Kellogg reviews Thomas Pynchon’s novel, “Bleeding Edge,” which publishes Tuesday. Some of that content is online; some will be previewed in our video discussion.

Most importantly, both Ulin and I have slates of books we’re looking foward to reading. We’ll share some of those, and also tell you what we know of what’s coming soon.

Do you have a favorite fall book already, or one you’re anticipating? Tweet me @paperhaus or @davidulin with titles and or questions if you like. We’ll try to discuss the books if we can.


See you here at 1:30 p.m.


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