Happy Anniversary to Quirk Books!

Book cover for The Geometry of PastaQuirk Books began publishing titles in September 2002. By 2010, they were the fastest growing small publisher, according to Publisher’s Weekly. Quirk Books initially described their genre as “irreference” books, a portmanteau of irreverent and reference. Quirk later added more straightforward nonfiction titles and now even has a few (quirky, of course) works of fiction in their catalog.  Help Quirk celebrate their anniversary by checking out some of their unconventional offerings and–as their motto says–be entertained, amused and informed.

Nonfiction and Irreference

Fiction

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Melissa is a library associate. She listens to a lot of baseball, reads a lot of books, and eats a lot of doughnuts. She prefers to do all of these things outdoors.
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