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.

Print Catalogue Three

Print Catalogue Three

From the iconic to the eccentric. Iconic: E. Simms Campbell's nighclub map of Harlem, a beautiful first of THE GREAT GATSBY in Francis Cugat's legendary jacket, and Cotton Mather's famous contemporary account of the Salem Witch Trials. Eccentric: a surrealist Soviet “Honey I Shrunk The Kids,” a remarkable Victorian doll house in scrapbook form, and an actual tattooed binding. Over seventy items in all, including important works from Angela Davis, Eric Carle, Isaac Mizrahi, Jane Goodall, Charlotte Perkins Gilman, and more.

Catalogue #7: Making Children's Books

Catalogue #7: Making Children's Books

 

Over 45 items showing the entire production and marketing processes utilized in publishing childrens books: original art, manuscripts, mockups and maquettes, proofs, advertisements, and more.

 

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.