Tote Bag with Essays, Biographies & Short Stories

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Tote Bag with Essays, Biographies & Short Stories

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One large, black, canvas tote bag from The Booksmith and five books including essays, short stories, and biographies.

Titles include: 
- Born a Crime by Trevor Noah (hardback) 
- They Can't Kill Us Until They Kill Us by Hanif Abdurraqib 
- The Vanity Fair Diaries by Tina Brown 
- A Manual for Cleaning Women by Lucia Berlin 
- The Book of Delights by Ross Gay (hardback)

Christin Evans, literary entrepreneur, runs two Bay Area bookstores. In 2007, she and her husband, Praveen Madan, purchased The Booksmith in San Francisco’s historic Haight-Ashbury neighborhood. In 2008 with Melissa Mytinger, they helped launch Berkeley Arts & Letters, now the East Bay’s most successful author event series. Christin also currently acts as the head of inventory management at Kepler's Books, Silicon Valley’s landmark bookstore established by pacifist Roy Kepler in 1955, a store which she and Praveen assumed stewardship over in 2012. Together they revamped Kepler's as a hybrid business with an affiliated non-profit events program. Having made it her work to re-imagine the role independent bookstores play in their communities and how best they can be sustainable cultural institutions, she's active in neighborhood associations and she welcomes conversations!

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