Catalogs

Witches!

Witches!

Witches. Not just at Halloween. This is a special list of ‘just witches’ this week documenting and illustrating the practical and provocative aspect of witchcraft. Features work from prominent women practitioners and authors. Available soon are selections from a recent acquisition of books from the personal collection of Dr. Leo Martello, radical witch and queer activist.

Rare Books LA Show List

Rare Books LA Show List

A small collection of eclectic and unusual material including artists books, fine press, and zine and touching on subjects from Cold War psychic drawing and women’s movement/sex work to climate change and thee occult. We tried to cover a lot of ground in a mere 18 items.

Brooklyn Occult Show List 2020

Brooklyn Occult Show List 2020

A quick list of items related, in one way or another, to Kim's discussion of occult collecting at the virtual Brooklyn Antiquarian Fair. Enjoy.

2020 Poster Print Art

2020 Poster Print Art

A small collection of unusual poster art. Some from the 1960s (including work signed by A. Kelley and S. Mouse), some later political posters (LBJ, Nixon, and Reagan), and some remarkable Anarcho-Anti-Uranium Mining posters from Australia (there are no copies of these in any US holdings)...and some extras. Enjoy.

New and Shiny, June 2020

New and Shiny, June 2020

A well illustrated list of things that have recently arrived...as we are unlikely to be debuting anything at book fairs for a while...

Erin go Bragh: Works from Jamie Murphy and The Salvage Press

Erin go Bragh: Works from Jamie Murphy and The Salvage Press

This week we celebrate the remarkable work of Jamie Murphy and his Salvage Press. Presented here is a healthy cross section of the work of the press...most are 'deluxe' editions. Jamie's focus is, broadly, on typographic education and experimentation. The Press generally collaborates with noted poets and artist to produce work which generally has particular interest to Irish history/interests. Of particular note is Modest Proposal, arguably the most significant edition since the first...