Tag: Adam Pribila

<b><i>Tipples & Lit</b></i>: Refresh Yourself With A Coffee Tonic

Tipples & Lit: Refresh Yourself With A Coffee Tonic

Coffee Tonic Tipples & Lit has happily explored cocktails (and the books that make them even better!), but sometimes what we crave is a refreshing beverage sans alcohol. In those moments, we pair coffee with tonic water for an unexpectedly delicious twist on an iced coffee. […]

<b><i>Tipples & Lit</b></i>: Bourbon Punch

Tipples & Lit: Bourbon Punch

Hosting Book Club this week? Want to WOW your guests with something other than that batch of Skinny Girl Margs that tastes like sweaty pool water? Great! How about… Bourbon Punch Place a pot of water on the stove (6 cups or so), add 2-3 […]

<b><i>Tipples & Lit</b></i>: The Vesper

Tipples & Lit: The Vesper

Simplicity is the key when it comes to drinking while reading. You don’t to spend too much time prepping your drink, but you also don’t always want something as simple as a beer. This week we’re recommending a martini staright out of a James Bond […]

<b><i>Tipples & Lit</b></i>: Lillet and Soda

Tipples & Lit: Lillet and Soda

Alcohol and literature are inseparable—just ask Dylan Thomas (Ha. Too soon?). Tortured poets aside, there’s nothing more enjoyable than sitting down with a book while enjoying an adult beverage. Simplicity is the key when it comes to drinking while reading. You don’t to spend too […]

4 Can’t Miss LGBT Classics

4 Can’t Miss LGBT Classics

LGBT fiction has come a long way in the last few decades. From works being banned (E.M. Forester’s Maurice) to bringing the events of the LGBT community to a mainstream audience (looking at you, Faggots by Larry Kramer), fiction dealing with homosexual or queer issues […]

You Don’t Have To Live Like This by Ben Markovits

You Don’t Have To Live Like This by Ben Markovits

There comes a point in Benjamin Markovits’ latest novel, You Don’t Have To Live Like This, where you become less concerned with the story he’s weaving and more so with the social commentary he seems to be making. It isn’t that his story is weak […]

Go Set A Watchman by Harper Lee

Go Set A Watchman by Harper Lee

Despite all of the hubbub surrounding the release of Go Set A Watchman, the masses have another work by Harper Lee in their hands and for that, regardless of how it got there, they should be rejoicing. What is most interesting here, is less the […]

Mockingbird First Draft Gets Its Day In The Sun

Mockingbird First Draft Gets Its Day In The Sun

To Kill a Mockingbird was released in 1960 and for more than 50 years was the only novel Harper Lee ever published. A notoriously shy person, Lee’s reasons for never completing or publishing another work were never fully disclosed. Theories included her not wanting to […]

I Am Sorry To Think That I Have Raised A Timid Son by Kent Russell

I Am Sorry To Think That I Have Raised A Timid Son by Kent Russell

The past decade has seen an insurgence of what can be called, for lack of an official title, The Millennial Men of Literature; male writers who are self-deprecating, brutally honest, observant to the point of near voyeurism, and generous with the F-word. The late David […]