Established in 1985, Kubik Fine Books sells rare and antiquarian books online, in our brick and mortar store, and at book shows and festivals across the United States.
We are professional antiquarian booksellers (members of the ABAA) who sell online and by appointment only. Our specialties include literature of all periods, modern first editions, and works of historical interest..
We have a wide selection of LPs, CDs, books, and movies. We also offer bulk 33rpm & 45rpm sleeves & jackets as well as 45rpm adapters for your turntables!
Located in the heart of historic downtown Springfield, Prairie Archives has been serving Central Illinois since 1973. We have occupied three locations since our founding and we've been at our current store since 1992. We have approximately 250,000 books in stock, documents, manuscript material, posters, prints, comics, collectibles, magazines, political buttons, postcards, and lots more. If you don't see a title you're looking for, please feel free to inquire; only a small part of our stock is catalogued.
We are an independent bookstore in Troy, Ohio.
Neighborhood Books is a independent bookstore selling mostly used books, but also offering a small selection of brand new titles. We also have our own line of author and title inspired T-shirts. The store is located in the Rittenhouse Square/Penn Medicine area of Center City, Philadelphia, and is open seven days a week, closed major holidays.
Dante Di Stefano creates a fascinating read of precise opinions and clever phrasing with poetry in his new book, Ill Angels. If I were to divide it roughly into subject chapters, one would be musicians, another would be portraits, then love poems to his wife, verses about America, and poems for his students. Throughout the book, a characteristic worthy of attention is his skill in giving fresh meaning to words.
In this issue: Meg Pokrass, Bari Lynn Hein, Sam Smiley, Avijit Roy, Cheyenne Autry, Sharon Dilworth, Julia Gerhardt, Mary Beth Hines, Jamey Genna, C.G. Thompson, Jeff Nazzaro, Robert Libbey, Will H. Blackwell Jr., Jieyan Wang, and Barry Yedvobnick.
Our summer issue No. 51 thoughtfully and bravely engages the topic of "Consume." In preparing this issue, we heard all kinds of stories from our Readers' Notes section of the magazine about how and where and what you've consumed or been consumed by. And we gathered amazing work from our contributors on consuming love, distraction and what consumes our attention, gun violence in schools, the things that fill our childhood, consumerism in America, our earth's resources, and so much more. This kind of deep attention on an issue that really matters is special.