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It’s been a busy few weeks since our grand re-opening—and what a wonderfully abundant day of cake and customers that was! Your generous outpouring of support and well wishes exceeded our wildest expectations. Thank you! Also, as many of you have noticed, there are a few new faces (in addition to my new face) around… Read more »

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Used Books: October 13, 2016

Hello, all! We'd like to say first that we're overjoyed to be posting used books again and excited for you to peruse the substantial list of new offerings. Second, scouting for used books out in the wild or from amongst whatever you might have to… Read More

The Orchard Green and Every Color by Zach Savich

Zach Savich treats life like a walk in the park—the literal sort. Perspective is paramount. Midsummer pleasantries awaiting him at the end of his block are elevated to ecstatic atoms of a fully embodied present, but handled so deftly, there's no bombast to be found.… Read More

The Hermit by Lucy Ives

It might be that I am drawn to the subversion of traceable narrative, or to fractured consciousness, or simply to assembled chunks of quirky information and imagery, but The Hermit is my kind of book. Eighty numbered entries comprise a poet's bedazzled journal—of the gifted… Read More

Used Books: August 5, 2016

The days of summer are upon us . . . . And what better way to co-exist with heat than by browsing books at your local fan-cooled poetry shop? We've just added to our stock nearly 140 new and exciting used books and recordings, some of… Read More

Used Books: June 29, 2016

July is just around the corner, and the used-book drought's been suspended! Some fresh treats await you below. As always, do call or write with questions, should you have them. * * * Starry Night by Marjorie Agosin ($3.50 pb) Flowers from the Volcano by… Read More

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