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 25, 2019
Reading any of these 5 novels is the next best things to a Paris getaway!
Reading any of these 5 novels is the next best things to a Paris getaway!
Reading any of these 5 novels is the next best things to a Paris getaway!
Miriam Bridenne | July 24, 2019
Groff's prose is mesmerizing; and her ability to share these hellish visions, to draw you in to the fates of characters in a few lines, to immerse you in this cycle of highly realistic end-of-the world dystopic micro-fictions, is simply astonishing.
Groff's prose is mesmerizing; and her ability to share these hellish visions, to draw you in to the fates of characters in a few lines, to immerse you in this cycle of highly realistic end-of-the world dystopic micro-fictions, is simply astonishing.
Groff's prose is mesmerizing; and her ability to share these hellish visions, to draw you in to the fates of…
Miriam Bridenne | July 24, 2019
Here’s a selection of fiction that will fully engross you, make you step outside of time, and propel you into reading nirvana.
Here’s a selection of fiction that will fully engross you, make you step outside of time, and propel you into reading nirvana.
Here’s a selection of fiction that will fully engross you, make you step outside of time, and propel you into…
Miriam Bridenne | July 24, 2019
Family secrets, smashed ambitions, racial tensions: welcome to Celeste Ng's world! In this riveting page-turner, the international bestselling author pursues her investigation of mother & daughter relationships and American suburban life.
Family secrets, smashed ambitions, racial tensions: welcome to Celeste Ng's world! In this riveting page-turner, the international bestselling author pursues her investigation of mother & daughter relationships and American suburban life.
Family secrets, smashed ambitions, racial tensions: welcome to Celeste Ng's world! In this riveting page-turner, the international bestselling author pursues…
Miriam Bridenne | July 23, 2019
If you don't want to read about white, privileged, post-war America--not that there is anything wrong with that--I'd recommend you skip this note altogether. Through tracing the arc of a man's life, All That Is (et rien d'autre) chronicles the end of an era in book publishing, when the business was mostly a gentleman’s pursuit—amateur, clubbish, waspy, and above all,…
If you don't want to read about white, privileged, post-war America--not that there is anything wrong with that--I'd recommend you skip this note altogether. Through tracing the arc of a man's life, All That Is (et rien d'autre) chronicles the end of an era in book publishing, when the business…
If you don't want to read about white, privileged, post-war America--not that there is anything wrong with that--I'd recommend you…
Miriam Bridenne | July 15, 2019
Antoine Compagnon invites us to a delightful and erudite stroll through Michel de Montaigne’s work and the –much needed – reminder that as long as there are people willing to consider carefully, observe passionately, and speak measuredly, there is hope.
Antoine Compagnon invites us to a delightful and erudite stroll through Michel de Montaigne’s work and the –much needed – reminder that as long as there are people willing to consider carefully, observe passionately, and speak measuredly, there is hope.
Antoine Compagnon invites us to a delightful and erudite stroll through Michel de Montaigne’s work and the –much needed –…