fantagraphics:

noahvansciver:

"Fante Bukowski’ page 17

Noah Van Sciver

fantagraphics:

noahvansciver:

"Fante Bukowski’ page 17

Noah Van Sciver

bookpatrol:

For the birds
available at the Library of Congress gift shop

bookpatrol:

For the birds

available at the Library of Congress gift shop

Reblogged from Booksmith

Anonymous asked: How do you see your answers to the questions we ask?

We see them as relevant and necessary just like books and bookstores!

Anonymous asked: Hello I was wondering if you have read Vampire Academy or Bloodlines By Richelle Mead? and what are your thoughts on it and which was your favorite book and is the Bloodlines series better than Vampire Academy?

We, the collective conscious of Unabridged, has not read either of those titles, but we try to keep them in stock! We know she has quite the following in the neighborhood. http://www.yahighway.com/2011/08/book-review-bloodlines-by-richelle-mead.html That review seems pretty positive about the spinoff!

calumet412:

Sunrise at Belmont Harbor, 1958, Chicago.

calumet412:

Sunrise at Belmont Harbor, 1958, Chicago.

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We have a few signed (more accurately: illustrated) copies of George Saunders wonderful graduation speech CONGRATULATIONS, BY THE WAY. Delightful!

We have a few signed (more accurately: illustrated) copies of George Saunders wonderful graduation speech CONGRATULATIONS, BY THE WAY. Delightful!

vintageanchorbooks:

"He inherited from his mother’s stories the fundamental style he used, unaltered, in his own stories: namely, the assumption that fact may not be truth, and truth may not be factual." —from “The Wind-up Bird Chronicle”

vintageanchorbooks:

"He inherited from his mother’s stories the fundamental style he used, unaltered, in his own stories: namely, the assumption that fact may not be truth, and truth may not be factual."
—from “The Wind-up Bird Chronicle”

classicpenguin:

Looks like a perfect morning.

Reblog because “The Original Scroll’ is an Unabridged favorite.

classicpenguin:

Looks like a perfect morning.

Reblog because “The Original Scroll’ is an Unabridged favorite.

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bitrates:

Sunday morning by Anna Inghardt on Flickr.
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newyorker:

Richard Avedon first photographed Gabriel García Márquez on a rainy day in 1976, but he felt that the portrait was a failure. Avedon finally had another chance to photograph the writer in 2004. This is the portrait that emerged from that second session: http://nyr.kr/1h2usmA

newyorker:

Richard Avedon first photographed Gabriel García Márquez on a rainy day in 1976, but he felt that the portrait was a failure. Avedon finally had another chance to photograph the writer in 2004. This is the portrait that emerged from that second session: http://nyr.kr/1h2usmA

Reblogged from The New Yorker
57thstreetbooks:

Can we get an AMEN?!

57thstreetbooks:

Can we get an AMEN?!

Reblogged from Gapers Block
You can’t measure the mutual affection of two human beings by the number of words they exchange.
— Milan Kundera (via observando)
Reblogged from Things I like.

harperperennial:

Dad in About Time can time travel and he uses his ability to read and reread everything. Smart, smart man.

greenlightbklyn:

Q is for…

Queneau, Ramond: Infamous Oulipo-man and composer of 100,000,000,000,000 poems. Above are just three possibilities for the last stanza of his ambitious opus.

Reblogged from GREENLIGHT BOOKSTORE