September 2019

Here are a few of our favorite books this month. Enjoy!
Mastering the Art of French Cooking (Vol 2) - Signed by Julia and Paul Child. $1250
Lots of Metaphysical books!
The last 3 months we've acquired a treasure trove of new and collectible metaphysical books. We've sold a good bit but there are still many left, including Manly P. Hall's Lost Keys of Freemasonry and Secret Teaching of All Ages. Other subjects include: Astrology, Shamanism, Wicca and Magic, New Thought, Esoteric. Stay tuned...more to come!
Early 19th Century American History

  • The Life and Essays of the Late Benjamin Franklin (1812), $350
  • A Manual of Parliamentary Procedure (1812) by Thomas Jefferson, $800
  • Diary of Henry Strong Mulligan (1846) (grandson of Hercules Mulligan, spy for George Washington), $500
Winston Churchill's Marlborough: His Life and Times (4 Volumes) - First Edition
Calling all Horror aficionados...

The Blessing of Pan (1928) by Lord Dunsany. $85
The Lurker at the Threshold (1969) by H. P. Lovecraft. $70
Can't nobody fly with all that shit. Wanna fly, you got to give up the shit that weighs you down.
- Toni Morrison, Song of Solomon

Let us temper our criticism with kindness. None of us comes fully equipped.
- Carl Sagan, Preface to Lyrical Ballads is only worth living if you can make it more beautiful than you found it.
- Frank Lloyd Wright

Before you tell your life what you intend to do with it, listen for what it intends to do with you.
- Parker Palmer, Let Your Life Speak
We now have over 400 vintage mystery titles, featuring authors such as Erle Stanley Gardner, Rex Stout, Ellery Queen, Dashiell Hammett, Leslie Charteris, Manning Coles, Dorothy Sayers, Mickey Spillane, John Macdonald, Agatha Christie, and more! $8+
Saturday, 5 October 2019
12:00 noon — 6:00 pm

The Auburn Avenue Research Library
on African-American Culture and History
101 Auburn Avenue, NE | Atlanta, GA 30303

The Atlanta Radical Book Fair is a gathering of radical left writers, publishers, artists, activists, and community organizations from across the American South and beyond. Along with panel discussions, there will be an indoor market with tables from radical publishers, artists, community organizations and booksellers...including a table staffed by our very own Megan Leach!

Have you ever snapped a photo of one of our cats? Email us the picture, and we might use it in the next newsletter!
Best buds, Freddie and Panther
Frida breaks out in song,
I feel pretty
Oh, so pretty
I feel pretty and witty and bright
And I pity any girl who isn't me tonight!
Sammy glares, "The bow tie is bad enough, but if you put the mermaid costume on me, I'm outta here!"
Boo chills out at the checkout counter (Thanks for the photo, Christina!)
Trivia Question
Answer the following trivia question correctly and we'll enter you in a drawing for a $10 gift certificate!

What character from a beloved 1920s
children's book said:

I am not lost, for I know where I am. But however, where I am may be lost.

*Email your answer to with "Trivia" in the Subject field.