Books

Books

Just think: Michael Chabon, Dan Chaon, Jeffrey Eugenines, Lauren Groff, John Irving, Richard Powers, Richard Russo, Colson Whitehead, Jacqueline Woodson and a few dozen more, all at one place. Well, several places, at different...

Burgundy has always seemed to me the most beautiful part of France. At least its rich, verdant landscape and even its moody, often stormy weather, touches something deep in my soul in a way...

Paris Postcards, the debut fictional effort of Guy Thomas Hibbert, is a delightful collection of linked short stories, all set in Paris. The title holds a clue to a clever central conceit of these stories,...

Fans of the intrepid (and fashionable) Parisian private investigator Aimée LeDuc, and of her creator, Cara Black, will be pleased to know that the latest book in the series—Murder on the Left Bank—has just...

In light of all the recent news, I realize that more than ever, I really do care—about art, literature, and compassion for strangers. So this week, I’d like to share my new favorite book...

Looking for a Paris-inspired summer read? We'd like to announce the publication of Paris Postcards, a brand new book by Guy Thomas Hibbert, a journalist and travel writer who serves as Editorial Director of...

Recently published, Mark Greenside’s latest memoir continues the journey started in his first popular book, I’ll Never Be French. Two decades ago, Greenside bought a house in Brittany and the quirks of French living still...

Here are some of the things I learned about Paris by the Book before even opening it. That it is a mystery. That it is a book that booklovers, readers, writers, and bookstore owners (especially small,...

Cecilia Woloch is an award-winning poet, teacher, and traveler. Her home base is in Los Angeles, but she spends much of her time traveling between her other home bases—in Kentucky, Georgia, the Carpathian Mountains,...

In May 1924, Zelda, Scott and their daughter Scottie decamped from America to Paris. The extravagance of their lifestyle in the U.S. in the previous four years had left the Fitzgeralds in debt both...

Whether you are an expatriate or a visitor, whether your French is superb or still in its infancy, whether your budget stretches to new or used books, there is a time when you just...

Every two years, WICE’s Paris Writers Workshop brings together distinguished writers and enthusiastic students for a stimulating week of classes, readings, panel discussions and agent consultations. Women have always had a prominent place, which...