Miriam Bridenne

Deputy Director
Favorite Genres
children books, literary fiction, narrative nonfiction, Poetry, theater
After almost two decades of working in publishing, and a few round trips between Paris and New York, Miriam has decided to settle down at Albertine to do what she enjoys most: recommending books she loves. Somehow this also includes taking bizarre pictures for Albertine's social media outlets.
Miriam Bridenne | July 23, 2021
With summer as the season of long walks, strolls, and roaming around, here are our recommendations for literary works that escape the constraints of definition--free works, where the authors forget the rules of composition, giving their creativity free reign to dive deeper into territories both exterior and interior.
With summer as the season of long walks, strolls, and roaming around, here are our recommendations for literary works that escape the constraints of definition--free works, where the authors forget the rules of composition, giving their creativity free reign to dive deeper into territories both exterior and interior.
With summer as the season of long walks, strolls, and roaming around, here are our recommendations for literary works that…
Miriam Bridenne | July 23, 2021
“Loving a city ? What does that really mean ? " JC Bailly
“Loving a city ? What does that really mean ? " JC Bailly
“Loving a city ? What does that really mean ? " JC Bailly
Miriam Bridenne | July 23, 2021
Written by six people, Boulevard de Yougoslavie discusses the renovation of a neighborhood in Rennes. The unusual thing at play is that everyone who lives there has something to say about it.
Written by six people, Boulevard de Yougoslavie discusses the renovation of a neighborhood in Rennes. The unusual thing at play is that everyone who lives there has something to say about it.
Written by six people, Boulevard de Yougoslavie discusses the renovation of a neighborhood in Rennes. The unusual thing at play…
Miriam Bridenne | July 6, 2021
We said it before and we'll say it again: literary crime fiction goes way beyond "mystery, murder and mayhem," and says a lot about who we are as a society. This year, two novels Bluebird, Bluebird by Attica Locke and People Like Them by Samira Sedira swept us off our feet. We are extremely grateful to Attica and Samira for…
We said it before and we'll say it again: literary crime fiction goes way beyond "mystery, murder and mayhem," and says a lot about who we are as a society. This year, two novels Bluebird, Bluebird by Attica Locke and People Like Them by Samira Sedira swept us off our…
We said it before and we'll say it again: literary crime fiction goes way beyond "mystery, murder and mayhem," and…
Miriam Bridenne | July 6, 2021
Since beach season has officially started, our recommendations this week will be short: towel, drinks, straw hats, and novels you won't be able to put down! Louise Erdrich's LaRose, Javier Marias's Berta Isla, Molly Keane's Fragiles Serments, and Peter Heller's Celine made our list. Which titles made yours?
Since beach season has officially started, our recommendations this week will be short: towel, drinks, straw hats, and novels you won't be able to put down! Louise Erdrich's LaRose, Javier Marias's Berta Isla, Molly Keane's Fragiles Serments, and Peter Heller's Celine made our list. Which titles made yours?
Since beach season has officially started, our recommendations this week will be short: towel, drinks, straw hats, and novels you…