Need a gift for a jazz/vinyl lover on your holiday list? This 1954 EmArcy album should do the trick. Clifford and Max at their finest! Take a listen to “Sandu” below, and check out our copy of the LP here.
When you have been in business for 45 years, you expect that you have seen just about everything that can happen in your store.
But the universe keeps some goodies in its back pocket, and early Saturday, about 1:30 in the morning, a motorcyclist and his bike crashed through the front window of Logos. No human was hurt, but a display table and a couple of hundred books met their demise. They will be mourned.
Just a few choice photos follow…
Stories and illustrations of “The Endangered Bookstores of New York,” courtesy of The New Yorker.
Fall weather got you admiring the landscape? Check out the Boston Pops’ “Grand Canyon Suite” on audiophile vinyl, for a lovely musical interpretation of American topography.
We’ve got a fresh batch of 33 1/3 books in, including Jonathan Lethem on Talking Heads’ Fear of Music and Geeta Dayal on Brian Eno’s Another Green World.
Logos is proud to celebrate our 45th Anniversary this month! Thank you all for your support throughout the years. Here’s to the next four decades…and then some!
“Amazon-backed book award rejected by distinguished author” – via Salon. The newest chapter in the Amazon/Hachette saga.
“Can the Indies Make ‘California’? – via Publisher’s Weekly. Edan Lepucki’s “California” is out now and Logos has a copy, so snag it quick!
“I’m obviously pissed at Amazon.” The novelist, children’s author and unofficial publishing industry spokesperson on the future of book culture, via Salon.