Catalogues

We issue catalogues, both print and electronic, at least several times a year. If you'd like a complimentary copy of one of our print catalogues, please contact us. Also note that all items are subject to prior sale; please click "View Online" for current availabilities.

The Romance Novel in English: A Rare Book Survey, 1769-1999 by Rebecca Romney

The Romance Novel in English: A Rare Book Survey, 1769-1999 by Rebecca Romney

 

The Romance Novel in English traces the history of the genre over three centuries. Available as a free download (PDF, 100MB), and a limited edition signed hardcover. To order the print edition, click "Add to Cart" below.

Price: $75.00
BCB @ TPM Print Catalogue One

BCB @ TPM Print Catalogue One

 

The first print catalogue from the TPM counterculture department. Over 100 items on drugs, sex and sexuality, music, poetry, surfing, graffiti and more.

Catalogue #6: Artists Books

Catalogue #6: Artists Books

 

Over 60 artists' books, from John Baldessari to Johanna Drucker. With many from the collection of the co-curator of the landmark Artwords and Bookworks exhibition, Judith Hoffberg.

Catalogue #5: Judging A Book By Its Cover

Catalogue #5: Judging A Book By Its Cover

 

60 beautiful decorative publisher's bindings from across genres.

Print Catalogue Two: Children's Books

Print Catalogue Two: Children's Books

 

Our debut print catalogue from TPM: ABC, our children's book department, featuring more than 100 items from Beatrix Potter to Beverly Cleary. Highlights include a beautiful copy of Ezra Jack Keats's SNOWY DAY, original art from Dr. Seuss's second book, and an inscribed first edition of Shel Silverstein's WHERE THE SIDEWALK ENDS.  

Catalogue #4: Black Heroes in Children's Literature

Catalogue #4: Black Heroes in Children's Literature

 

More than two dozen items celebrating Black protagonists from across  20th century children's literature.

Print Catalogue One

Print Catalogue One

 

Our first print catalogue: retrofuturism, early graphic novels, robots, Jack the Ripper, pirates, James Bond, graffiti, and more.

Catalogue #3: Experiences of Slavery and Liberation

Catalogue #3: Experiences of Slavery and Liberation

 

First-person and other primary accounts of enslavement and escape, from 1807-1919.

Catalogue #2: Classics Pulped

Catalogue #2: Classics Pulped

 

Exploring the fascinating, humorous, and surprising relationship between lurid pulp paperbacks and their first edition sources.

Catalogue #1: Connections

Catalogue #1: Connections

 

20 pairs of books in dialogue: Edith Head and Esprit, Richard Wright and Ralph Ellison, Virgil and Cicero. Also: flappers.