ARCHIVE OF A MAJOR FIGURE IN THE AMERICAN COUNTER CULTURE BOB DYLAN, PHILIP K. DICK, THEODORE STURGEON, AND MORE! James Cummins Bookseller will exhibit highlights of the Archive of Paul Williams (1948-2013) at Booth C15 at the N.Y. Art Book Fair, to be held 17-20 September at P.S.1 in Queens. PAUL WILLIAMS founded Crawdaddy! in […]
The New York Antiquarian Book Fair is open. We are exhibiting in booth E-1, come visit us. Our book fair list can be found here. Catalogue 123, Sporting Books & Prints, is in press and will be mailing soon.
We are pleased to report that Catalogue 122 will soon be mailed from the printer. We will also send out an e-mail announcement and link to the online version of the catalogue. We will exhibiting at the New York Antiquarian Book Fair at the Park Avenue Armory, 4-6 April, in Booth E1. Come say hello. […]
All of us here at James Cummins Bookseller wish you a very Merry Christmas and a happy and healthy New Year. Our catalogue 115 has been mailed and is available here. We will have a fine literary miscellany in our catalogue 116 (in preparation for February), and will issue catalogue 117, angling and shooting books, […]
Literature (and the antiquarian book trade) works on a longer time scale than the headlines of the day. And so it never troubles me that my copy of the TLS invariably arrives a week late : its contents always compel attention. In the issue for 7 September, received in yesterday’s mail, there is a review […]
It is time for the annual shop closing. James Cummins Bookseller will reopen after Labor Day on Tuesday 4 September. Until then . . . Farewell. Our newest catalogue is in press, and will mail in mid-September. Catalogue 113 is a lavishly illustrated, comprehensive catalogue of the books, prints, and ephemera of the Derrydale Press, […]
In the coming week we will be sending out two new catalogues to our friends and customers: catalogue 110 is a lively miscellany spanning more than five hundred years of print. Highlights include A Noble Fragment (with a choice New Testament leaf from the Gutenberg Bible with an intriguing example of how to correct a […]