Join us today for the FIRST EVER California Bookstore Day!! We have a collection of items produced exclusively for California Bookstore day, including signed copies of George Saunders’ Congratulations By the Way and signed copies of Michael Pollan’s recipe box Recipes from Michael Pollan’s Kitchen housed in a beautiful bamboo box with a lid that doubles as a card stand! We also have special gift editions of Neil Gaiman’s short story The Sleeper and the Spindle.
ALSO! While supplies last! We are giving away FREE Penguin Books canvas tote bags with purchase of a California Bookstore Day Item! Hope to see you here!
If you are looking for something incredible to give a food lover this holiday season look no further!! Here at Logos Books & Records we have picked up, loved, and tested some of the best cookbooks
Celebrate this holiday season with everyone's favorite demon Krampus! These holiday cards featuring the Alpine Christmas Demon known for carrying away naughty children are packaged in a beautiful red
Beck's newest album will be published only as sheet music.
Neil Gaiman's newest book will be called The Ocean at the End of the Lane.
Baz Luhrmann's The Great Gatsby will not be released until summer
Peter Jackson confirms that The Hobbit will be a trilogy.
Match your swim suit to your beach read.
Every Harry Potter chapter image in one picture.
Henry Miller on reading.
See vintage book
Encyclopedia Brown author, Donald J. Sobol, dies at 87.
See 8-bit illustrations of the first line in novels.
The history of Tales of a Thousand and One Nights.
Daniel Clowes is graceful with terrible
Jane Austin's ring sells for five times more than expected, over $230,000.
Johnny Depp is editing Woody Guthrie's Dust Bowl novel.
11 writers who acted.
See Carl Sagan's reading list from 1954.
Almost a month ago we got this incredible vinyl compilation from Mississippi Records up in Portland, Oregon. The compilation was so popular we sold out before they even reached our store! But, as luck
Swing by Logos today and pick up a ticket to see the pre-screening of the heart warming French film The Intouchables tonight at 7pm at the Nickelodeon!
After he becomes a quadriplegic from a paragliding
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Read an interview with Jonathan Safran Foer.
Test your knowledge of stormy literature.
Today is Bloomsday.
Salinger's quest for privacy continues posthumously.
Hemingway's home is sold.
Thomas Pynchon goes digital.
See the new Truman Capote book covers.
Stephen King will publish Joyland in physical form only.
What if Jack Kirby did My Little Pony Comics? Or Batman and Jay-z teamed up solve 99 problems? Comics Alliance give us Great Comics That
Watch Charles Bukowski talk about depression.
A new ancient language is discovered.
Watch the trailer for Baz Luhrmann's The Great Gatsby.
The gnawed Roman skeleton that inspired Silvia Plath's
Maurice Sendak died last week.
Mexican novelist, Carlos Fuentes, dies at 83.
It is a little-known but undisputed historical fact that Johannes Gutenberg did not invent the printing press.
We have just received SIGNED copies of Paolo Bacigalupi's new YA novel, The Drowned Cities. A companion to Shipbreaker, this novel takes place in the dark future of America. An epic adventure tale
Right now we have a large selection of new vinyl from Mississippi Records. For those of you not familiar with their compilations, they are exceptional, and the individual artists they choose to represent
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Pandit Prannath - Morning & Evening Ragas
Absolutely beautiful performances by one of the greatest Indian
So Dennis Wilson goes to a party, and it's like 1968, and he meets Charles Manson and Manson's troupe. And you know, things happen as things will at parties and the next thing you know Manson and his
We are super SUPER excited here at Logos about the new albums from Mississippi Records! A new reissue from Dead Moon, 2 new gospel compilations, the first US release from Mali's Alkibar Gignor, and
It's no secret that Marc Vetri is my favorite chef. It's a pretty common thing when you spend some time working in the food industry in Philadelphia since he is both renowned for being a fantastic