You Should Probably Stay, Because You Never Can Say Goodbye

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Thursday, November 20th, 2014 | 2,276 views

Sari Botton holds up Never Can Say Goodbye and Goodbye To All That

Last year, New York City’s literary community wondered if the city retained the magic of writerly mythology. For some, the question was never serious. For others, they had already left. The woman responsible for all of this sudden concern with place was Sari Botton, editor of the essay collection Goodbye to All That. Last December, Botton celebrated that book at Housing Works. The book had launched in October, leading to months long contemplation for many writers confronting their own debate as to whether they should stay or go.

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Roxane Gay and Sari Botton Discuss Gay’s An Untamed State

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Wednesday, May 7th, 2014 | 3,415 views

Tobias Caroll introduces Roxane Gay at Community Bookstore

Roxane Gay’s debut novel, An Untamed State (May 2014) has garnered widespread praise. Essays editor at The Rumpus and a publisher/editor of [PANK], Gay is a prolific author with an essay collection on feminism due in August and a memoir relating to hunger and body image in 2016. Volume 1 Brooklyn hosted Gay at Community Bookstore to discuss her new novel with The Rumpus columnist Sari Botton.

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Sari Botton, Melissa Febos, Meghan Daum and Emily Gould read from Goodbye to All That

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Tuesday, October 8th, 2013 | 2,392 views

Powerhouse Books hosted the launch party for essay anthology Goodbye to All That: Writers on Loving and Leaving New York. The anthology collects twenty-eight essays from women authors on the subject of leaving New York, although not all of them remain outside the city. The collection is edited by Sari Botton, who read part of […]

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