A list of most of what will be in or around the booth during the 2018 Boston ABAA book fair. I'll post a booth tour later. Do let us know if anything catches your eye.
The second in our evovling series of Mystery Themes. There is a discount waiting for the first person to identify the theme. The previous theme will be shared in the description of the following:
There was a winner on our first one, which was a good sign. The last one, as you might recall, was released on National Voter Registration Day...all of the author's last names started with a V, O, T, or E.
A quick and hopefully interesting list of items that debuted at the 2018 Boston ABAA book fair. A little bit for everyone.
Having just spent several days at Oak Knoll Fest in New Castle, DE reveling in fine books, fine people and a fine time...while the country as a whole stumbled, yet again, when presented with an opporunity to move forward... So I offer you the following for your consideration. All the work is by women. Much, but not all, has some social/political spin to it. All of it is brilliant. Enjoy.
The catalogue includes a diverse collection of material defined by one simple theme. The first to identify the theme gets a 20% discount on anything ordered from the list. Images available upon request. Enjoy.
Three extrodinary works touching on social justice, science, and law. Enjoy.
A listing of current Occult material, fall of 2018. Hoping there is something interesting for most. Happy to provide images as needed. Enjoy.
A short list (12 items) that have little do do with each other except that they invovle ink on papper and are interesting in variuos ways. We hope you find something interesting. Images available upon request.
Nearly all the minis we have on hand... Celebrating last week's Miniature Book Conclave at UVA and the wonderful exhibition UVA presented for MBS.
trangely organized...but designed for reading. No images, please ask if you would like any. Enjoy.
Given all that is going on in the world, it seems like a good time to look at where politcs and book arts meet. A bit is current and responsive, other items cover different periods, some more reflective, some less so. The catalogue starts and ends with Richard Minsky, It Can't Happen Here to start and the Bill of Rights to finish. Enjoy.