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Celia Bowen, the Illusionist, by Simini Blocker (from The Night Circus)

Book covers and posters for The Night Circus.

Le Cirque des Reves: 'The towering tents are striped in white and black, no golds or crimsons to be seen... Black and white stripes on grey sky; countless tents of varying shapes and sizes, with an elaborate wrought-iron fence encasing them in a colorless world.'

"The statue herself is still, but her hand is held out, and only then does Bailey notice the young woman with a red scarf standing in front of her, offering the love letter-clad statue a single crimson rose. The movement is so subtle that it is almost undetectable, but slowly, very, very slowly, the statue reaches to take the rose. Her fingers open, and the young woman waits patiently as the statue closes her hand around the stem, releasing it only when it is secure."

balad of the kingless king

A Kingless King

The Night Circus in complex Chinese (interior). Photo by erinmorgenstern • Instagram

Boston area readers -- Please join Erin Morgenstern for the paperback launch party at Brookline Booksmith Tuesday July 3, 5 - 9 PM. Walter Sickert & the Army of Broken Toys will be performing live. Look at this fantastical postcard that Walter himself drew for the event!