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#paranormalromance and #urbanfantasy in a variety of colors! 😀 24 boxes, unloading at both stores over the next week! . #paperback #pulpfiction #coverart #graphicdesign #colors #vampire #werewolf #newarrivals #instabook #bookstagram

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The Book Bin Welcomes Novelist Zoey Leigh Peterson

March 17, 2017, 7:00pm - March 17, 2017, 11:00pm

Zoey Leigh Peterson was born in England, grew up all over the United States, and now lives in Canada. Her fiction has appeared in The Walrus, EVENT, Grain, PRISM international, and has been anthologized in The Journey Prize Stories and Best Canadian Stories. She is the recipient of the Far Horizons Award for Short Fiction (The Malahat Review) and the Peter Hinchcliffe Fiction Award (The New Quarterly). Next Year, For Sure, is her first novel. This event is free and open to all.

1 week ago  ·  

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THE PRINCESS BRIDE SEQUEL THAT NEVER WAS Pretty much everyone loves the 1987 film The Princess Bride, and legion are the fans of the William Goldman novel it's based on, as well. As booksellers, we sell through any first editions we get in rapidly. But one item we've never had in stock until recently is a first edition with a scarce letter in an envelope from the publisher-- apparently printed for subscribers in some first edition book club or service-- wherein Goldman explained a real delay in production in (true to form) fanciful terms. Since the conceit of the novel is that it is the work of an S. Morgenstern, according to Goldman he's the one to blame for the delay. Or rather his estate is. The letter details some mundane intrigue about lawsuits, shabby rare bookdealers, and the difficulty of translating Florinese (Florin being the land of Prince Humperdinck, sworn enemy of Guilder).It also mentions one little detail worth repeating: the title of a fictional Princess Bride sequel penned by Morgenstern... So now we reveal the secret title of the sequel to you lucky Facebook denizens: "Buttercup's Baby: S. Morgenstern's Glorious Examination of Courage Matched Against the Death of the Heart." So there you go. After the first novel ended The Princess... Butt-Ah Cup (I always hear it in my mind announced the way it was in her dream sequence in the film) had a child. And then there was courage and a heart died, whatever that literally entailed. Now speculate away, Princess Bride fans! Our copy is available here: www.burnsiderarebooks.com/pages/books/170127005/william-goldman/the-princess-bride-s-morgensterns...

1 week ago  ·  

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This morning on xray.fm and tonight at 7 in the loft, it's Ruth Tenzer Feldman launching her new book, Seven Stitches. Don't miss it!

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February 2017 Silent Reading Party Portland

February 21, 2017, 6:00pm - February 21, 2017, 10:00pm

Join other silent readers for a cup of the city's best drinking chocolate and two hours of uninterrupted quiet time at Cacao West End. Seating is limited for this event.

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Welcome to Montgomery Rare Books, one of our newest members! ... See MoreSee Less

A diverse collection of 16 items just in time for Presidents Day 2017. Books, Documents, and Manuscripts celebrating the leadership of America. Free Shipping through the month of Februray. www.montgomeryrarebooks.com/catalogues.php

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Steinman and Cobb at Backstory Books

February 16, 2017, 6:30pm - February 16, 2017, 10:00pm

This month's Fo Po poetry features two accomplished insightful local poets on Foster road. Lisa M. Steinman has written three books about poetry (most recently, Invitation to Poetry from Wiley-Blackwell) and six book of poetry (most recently, Absence and Presence from the University of Tampa Press); she is also co-editor of the poetry magazine Hubbub and teaches at Reed College in Portland. Allison Cobb is the author of Born2, Green-Wood, Plastic: an autobiography, and After We All Died, just out from Ahsahta Press and a finalist for the National Poetry Series. For more, go to Allisoncobb.net. Door opens at 6:30, word begin at 7, We also have 6 open mike spots (though no mike). dan raphael is the MC.

2 weeks ago  ·  

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We sold out last week at Julie Lythcott-Haims talk for the OSU Foundation at Vernier Software & Technology, but a new shipment has just arrived at the store. Stop for your copy.

2 weeks ago  ·  

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