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52nd California Book Fair

San Francisco 2019 Antiquarian Book, Print & Paper Fair

Swann Galleries

Florida Antiquarian Book Fair


Always something to discover at Quill & Brush


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Booksellers’ Gulch

Leslie Hindman Auctineers

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The Economist

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Christian Science Monitor


San Francisco 2019 Antiquarian Book, Print & Paper Fair

52nd California Book Fair

Swann Galleries

Florida Antiquarian Book Fair

Biblio

Cooperstown Antiquarian Book Fair

PRB&M

Rare Books Los Angeles

Addison & Sarova, the Rare Book Auctioneers

J & J Lubrano Music Antiquarians


Freeman’s Auctions

PBA Galleries


Hobart Book Village

Westmount Boo9k Fair


Jekyll Island Club Hotel


Biblio

Cooperstown Antiquarian Book Fair

J & J Lubrano Music Antiquarians

PRB&M

Addison & Sarova, the Rare Book Auctioneers

Rare Books Los Angeles

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Book Source Magazine is located in Cazenovia (NY) at:

Book Source Magazine
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We started out in the antiquarian and rare book trade, but after launching this magazine in 1985 bookselling was set aside, put on the back burner, or (supply your own metaphor).

After 22 years of meeting deadlines, our print version was jettisoned in June of 2013 because, as it turned out, there weren't enough paying subscribers to cover the high costs of printing and mailing.  In retrospect, it was a wonderful decision because it allows us to concentrate on and develop this website.  It also gives us more time for bookselling, writing, gardening or hanging out by the lake. Visits by appointment are encouraged.

We publish at least two e-Newsletters per month and anyone wanting a free subscription is invited to contact us at bsm@booksourcemagazine.com  (which is where ‘free subscription’ links to) with a simple request. Since we don't practice data-mining, there's no need to give us any information other than your preferred e-mail address and, optionally, your name. This supposedly violates the online publishing paradigm, but there it is.

Also, letters on book-related or broader topics will be considered for publication, depending on the mood of the editor at the time.

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