Author Q&A | July 1, 2015
Tracy Slater's memoir, The Good Shufu, is out now. Shufu means “housewife” in Japanese, and it’s the last thing Tracy ever thought she’d call herself. A writer and academic, she carefully constructed a life she loved in her hometown of Boston. But everything is upended when she falls head over heels for the most unlikely mate: a Japanese salary-man based in Osaka, who barely speaks her language. Tracy stops by Shelf Pleasure to answer our questions.
NIGHTSTAND | June 29, 2015
Katie Kirby is an actor and writer currently living in Dublin, Ireland. Her debut novel, Could It Be You, centers around Rachel Kane, a woman desperately trying to navigate her way through life since a very sudden and heart wrenching split from her husband. In honor of its pub, Katie shares the books she's currently reading.