Aeon Bookstore is an independent bookseller in Manhattan specializing in literature, art, philosophy, occult, and music. We have both used and new titles.
Duluth's oldest independent bookstore. Locally owned and family operated since 1982.
We carry new and gently used books, comic books, DVDs, CDs, records, magazines, Blu-rays, videogames, board games, local artwork, and more!
The Fall 2018 issue features photography by Denise Gallagher; “No Collusion!” a visual narrative by Emily Steinberg; poetry by Darren C. Demaree, Cynthia Atkins, Alexis Petri, Khaleel Gheba, Judson Evans, James McKee, and more; flash by Ben Morris, Mareline Anthes, Jennifer Todhunter, Jennifer L. Hollis, and more; short stories by Kate LaDew, Michelle Ross, Jared Levy, Michael Riess, and others; and creative nonfiction by Andrew Chang, Holly Li, Daniel Blokh, Virginia Marshall, and Randall Seder.
Our 1st Anniversary Issue brings you over 100 pages of stories, poetry, and digital art by Iona Douglas, Brett Stout, Louis Staeble, Sukarma Thareja, Dara Long, Edward Lee, Jan Ball, Charles Rammelkamp, Patty Somlo, John Chavers, Doug Van Hooser, Charles Halsted, Kimberly Lee, Lana Bella, Kate LaDew, Reed Venrick, Ken Tomaro, James Piatt, Marisa Crane, Yuan Changming, and more. Plus special features from M. Sakran and Phyllis Babrove, call for submissions, and a note from the editor.
In the latest issue, find poetry by Jake Bailey, Courtney Camden, Raymond Hammond, Jacob Klein, Andrew Posner, Colleen Reynolds, and more; prose by John Atkins, Don Brotzel, Catalina Florina Florescu, Erica Hoffmeister, T.K. Mills, Marie Stevens, and Alex Sniatkowski; and art by Alexis Avlamis, Nuveen Barwari, Aaron Garretson, and others.
In the new issue, find 16 works of fiction, originally written in English, Hebrew, and German. One of these, in celebration of the upcoming holidays, is a Sukkot story by Mendele Mokher Seforim. We are honored to present this as the first of a series of three stories by Mendele, never before published in English, and all of them set on Jewish holidays (Sukkot, Chanukah, and Pesach). Also in this issue, find work by Eva Izsak, David G. Roskies, Amir Ziv, Sheryl Halpern, Sara Aharoni, Peter Sichrovsky, Peter Wortsman, Elan Barnehama, Zeeva Bukai, Ken Schept, Maria Lazebnik, Darlene Leiser, Caroline Bock, Youval Shimoni, and Marjorie Sandor.
Featuring new poetry by Kazim Ali, Brian Brodeur, Roger Desy, Karin Gottshall, Laurence Lieberman, Brian Michael Murphy, Mary Ruefle, Chet'la Sebree, and Yuki Tanaka. Poetry in translation by Yang Lian (translated from Chinese by Brian Holton and fiction in translation by Haïm Hazaz (translated from Hebrew by Atar Hadari). Stories by Jonathan Blum, Joshua Idaszak, and Dariel Suarez. Nonfiction by Lesley Jenike. An interview of Laurence Lieberman by William Walsh. A review by Wendy Singer of new books by Amitav Ghosh and John Kinsella. Audio editions of many of these pieces are available through Kenyon Review Out Loud.
Our special issue focuses on a reinterpretation of the Four Freedoms. This issue is longer than our usual quarterly and contains the work of over 50 artists and writers from all over the US, as well as from Canada, Israel, Australia, and Hong Kong. This issue features photography, paintings, collages, fiction, poetry, and creative nonfiction that present a stark picture of where the United States stands on issues of freedom at this time in our history. Louise Ebarb, Tina So, Lorraine Brooks, Judith Present, Alena Dillon, Lefkowitz, Margaret Kowalski, Alissa Miller, Wally Swist, Charlotte Otten, Hannah Wagner, B. G. Thomas, and more.