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December 30, 2016

Year's End Hours & Sale Items news1

As the year winds down, please note our holiday hours. We'll be open 9am to 9pm on December 31st and noon to 10pm on January 1st.

All calendars are now 25% off, and all holiday cards are 50% off.

And check out our upcoming events schedule, including our newly posted February line-up of visiting authors.

Check out these special opportunities for Harvard Book Store customers.

Fingersmith, based on the Sarah Waters novel, is now playing here at Harvard Square's A.R.T., and we have a special code for Harvard Book Store customers to access $25 tickets: CORSET25. Purchase tickets here.

And check out this opportunity to attend a free screening of the upcoming film A Monster Calls -- also based on a beloved book -- on January 5th. Learn more and download free passes here.  

In Case You Missed It news3

In April we hosted Diane Rehm for her memoir, On My Own. The radio host and interviewer retired after nearly forty years on the air last week. Check out the video, courtesy of the  Forum Network.

Thanks for Choosing Harvard Book Store news4

Thank you for spending time with us the year.

Thank you for shopping with us, browsing our shelves and recommendations, picking out gifts here in the store, attending our author events, lining up at our Warehouse Sale, buying books at harvard.com, printing your own books on our print-on-demand book machine, discovering bargains in our basement, and all the other ways you chose this independent bookstore this year.

Happy New Year, and we'll see you soon.

We appreciate the feedback we get from readers of this newsletter. Please send any comments to Alex at newsletter@harvard.com.

Thanks for reading,
Alex W. Meriwether
Harvard Book Store


Upcoming Events
Browse our upcoming events, now updated into February.
Tickets on Sale Soon: 
» John Darnielle (Feb 8)
» Ian Rankin (Feb 9)
All Upcoming Events Google Calendar 

Alexandra Bracken
Tue, Jan 3, 7PM
YA novelist Alexandra Bracken, bestselling author of The Darkest Minds series, reads from Wayfarer, a thrilling, time-traveling follow-up to her book Passenger.
At Harvard Book Store
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James Hamblin
Thu, Jan 5, 7PM
The Atlantic's James Hamblin presents his first book, If Our Bodies Could Talk: A Guide to Operating and Maintaining a Human Body.
At Harvard Book Store
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Alexandra Chasin
Fri, Jan 6, 7PM

Alexandra Chasin of the New School discusses Assassin of Youth: A Kaleidoscopic History of Harry J. Anslinger's War on Drugs.
At Harvard Book Store
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Keramet Reiter
Mon, Jan 9, 7PM
Criminology and law professor Keramet Reiter discusses 23/7: Pelican Bay Prison and the Rise of Long-Term Solitary Confinement.
At Harvard Book Store
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Michael Holley
Tue, Jan 10, 7PM
WEEI's Michael Holley, author of previous books on the Red Sox and Patriots, discusses Belichick and Brady: Two Men, the Patriots, and How They Revolutionized Football.
At Harvard Book Store
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Gary Taubes
Wed, Jan 11, 7PM
Science journalist Gary Taubes, author of Why We Get Fat, discusses his latest book, The Case Against Sugar.
At Harvard Book Store
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André Aciman
Thu, Jan 12, 7PM
Acclaimed novelist André Aciman -- author of Out of Egypt, Call Me By Your Name, and Harvard Square -- discusses his latest novel, Enigma Variations.
At Harvard Book Store
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