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Who the Hell is Jan Karon? Books and the Temporality of value

Like many bibliophiles I’m well acquainted with all the nooks and crannies by which one might come across used books at a bargain. Indeed, my house is well insulated with walls of books mostly found at jumble shops, thrift stores, … Continue reading

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A Tribute to the Late Hugh Fox

A Tribute to the Late Hugh Fox by Daniel Staniforth   The small press king is dead – long live his unending fox-trot.  Long strut the dance of his unquenchable quill, and that clack-clack clog-riffing through the sweet meanders of … Continue reading

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SKYLIGHT FACT & SKYLIGHT FICTION

“Are we all doomed?” a journalist on The Independent asked yesterday in relation to the book trade, and set about asking a number of leaders in the British book world what they had to be optimistic about. A significant reply … Continue reading

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Yours Very Truly by Gareth Knight

Yours Very Truly is a collection of letters by Gareth Knight, which will provide both insight and entertainment for those interested in magic, the Qabalah, the vagaries of esoteric publishing and a vast array of literary and intellectual subjects.  Knight … Continue reading

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