Wednesday, March 31, 2010

Ali: "Something tells me that if we suffer as one, we all become stronger."
Nialle: "... Something is full of shit."

Thursday, March 25, 2010

A special request to friends all over: Please help us place in this year's KCRG Business A-List! We've placed in the top 5 for the last two years - let's get there again. We need your votes!

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Nialle: "Well, what else are you going to do in Hell? Sit around and be hot?"
Erin: "Um, having never seen Satan in a bikini, I wouldn't know..."

Wednesday, March 24, 2010

Heads up to our home schooling friends! The children's nonfiction section is in the process of expanding by *600* titles, ranging from books on good manners to ancient history to weird science, appropriate for the 8-14 age group. Some art and more theology also arrived this week, and we had to move Holocaust Studies to European History to make space.

"Well. Another book for the scared writless section." - Jon, RE: a scribbled book label for sacred writ

Tuesday, March 23, 2010

"Say what you will about the recession but it's been great for hilarious internet videos." - Luke
"It's my damn bookstore and I want to know who's running around with a goat on his hand threatening to eat my French novelists." - Nialle

"Hey, they changed him. Jesus didn't use to have beans in his ears..." - Nialle, RE: an odd book cover

Monday, March 22, 2010

"I think the general public at large is off its meds." - Ali

Thursday, March 11, 2010

National Book Critics Circle Award Winners 2009

Best Novel is awarded to Hilary Mantel for Wolf Hall.

The Poetry Prize is awarded to Rae Armantrout for Versed.

Tuesday, March 9, 2010

Now arriving: Linguistics, Judaica, Genealogy, kids' books in Spanish, and if we can squeeze it in, some Christian theology as well. Also a lot of oddball stuff, like a history of Mad Magazine, old engineering books, and Iowa town histories. Over 6,000 new titles in stock since November, folks - get 'em before they dis...

Tuesday, March 2, 2010

Phew! We now have four very full cases of Military History. Also, Eastern Philosophies have been split from Eastern Religions, and both have begun expanding. What's up next? Well, first we have to get through the nine boxes of awesome poetry, plays, and criticism we bought on Sunday....