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WORD Loves Kris D'Agostino: Preorder signed copies of THE ANTIQUES

    Preorder a copy of The Antiques with "signed copy request" + any personalization you'd like in the comments, and your book will ship out on or around the book's publication date of January 10th. 

    The Antiques chronicles a week in the life of the Westfall family as a massive storm hits New York City, wrecking the family antique store, and three estranged siblings converge at their childhood home to mourn their recently deceased father. Amid dealing with the chaos of the storm and the memorial plans, the Westfall siblings are also losing control over their individual lives. Armie, the youngest, is struggling to grow up and move out of his childhood home. Middle child Charlie is balancing an emotionally challenged child and a demanding husband with her career as a Hollywood publicist. Josef, the oldest and most successful, is addicted to sex and obsessed with money. Complete with deeply flawed, affectionately rendered characters and a dynamic plot, The Antiques is a rollicking story of one family’s dysfunction.

    Kris D’Agostino holds an MFA in Creative Writing from The New School. He is the author of The Sleepy Hollow Family Almanac. He lives in Brooklyn and is available for interview.

    General notes on shipping: Books shipped via UPS Ground and USPS Priority Mail can be expected 2-3 business days after shipping; books shipped via media mail cannot be guaranteed by a certain date but tend to arrive 1-2 weeks after shipping, often sooner. Please email us at brooklyn at if you would like your book shipped internationally (it won't work on the website...but we can help you!). 

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    ISBN: 9781501138973
    Availability: Usually Ships in 1-5 Days
    Published: Scribner Book Company - January 10th, 2017

    A family reunites after the death of its patriarch just as a hurricane tears through town in this "sparklingly funny novel about love, power, money, and adult siblings finding the beating heart of what matters most: one another" (People).