Review | Books in the Quarterly Literary Box | Borne by Jeff VanderMeer


What’s the deal with Borne? It was in THREE subscription boxes this month – Powell’s Indiespensable, Nocturnal Reads, and Quarterly. Luckily, Powell’s gave subscribers the heads-up so I was able to skip it, and I don’t subscribe to Nocturnal Reads, so I only have the one copy. Strange though. I reviewed the totality of the VanderMeer […]

Review | Quarterly Literary Box | Borne by Jeff VanderMeer


The Quarterly Literary Box is described thusly on their website: Receive three books a quarter, including a brand new release annotated by the author with hand-written notes, two more curated titles and delightful bookish goods—all delivered to your doorstep. Obviously I’m down with the idea of this box but I gotta start out by taking […]

Review | Quarterly Literary Box | The Animators by Kayla Rae Whitaker


The Quarterly Literary Box is described thusly on their website: Receive three books a quarter, including a brand new release annotated by the author with hand-written notes, two more curated titles and delightful bookish goods—all delivered to your doorstep. Obviously I’m down with the idea of this box but I gotta start out by taking […]

Book Review | Only Love Can Break Your Heart by Ed Tarkington | Quarterly Literary Box


The Quarterly Literary Box comes quarterly (imagine that!) and costs $49 per quarter if you purchase one-box-at-a-time or less if you pre-pay for the year. Each box includes an annotated new release (complete with hand-written notes) and two more books the author of the first book chose – plus “delightful bookish goods.” I can’t attest to […]