Merry Christmas!

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Merry Christmas from Sacred Trespasses!

We have many gifts in store for you for the rest of the year and well into 2016.

Next week, watch for some wonderful new poems from Weatherford Award winner Jesse Graves and Daniel Stephensen’s meditation on Antoine de Saint-Exupéry's Wind, Sand and Stars

Coming soon: 

Andrés Hax on 2015 International Man Booker Prize winner László Krasznahorkai

A centennial celebration of National Book Award winner—and all around gentleman of letters—Walker Percy

New work by Austrian photographer Annelies Senfter

A reading and conversation between award-winning poets Ralph Adamo and Rodney Jones

And much more. 


In the meantime, we invite you to catch up on some of our favorite post of the year, including our travels in the footsteps of Eudora Welty, Christine Wiltz’s elegy to Maple Street Book Shop founder Mary Stuart Kellogg, Andrés Hax in praise of James Salter, our interviews with translator Phoebe Weston-Evans and bookseller Luke Terbutt, Nick Gadd on Rebecca Solnit, plus readings by Peter Cooley and John Biguenet and new work by Michael Martin and Daniel Stephensen


And find your next read in our Best Books of the Year!

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