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"To say that finding an original previously unknown draft of major American work of literature is unusual is certainly an understatement.”

Amanda Bartlett at writes about co-founder Brian Cassidy's recent discovery of a previously unknown typescript of Allen Ginsberg's defining poem "Howl." 

The Guardian, LitHub, The Washington PostFine Book and Collections, and even the Allen Ginsberg Estate also covered the story.

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WaPo book columnist Ron Charles covers TPM's first print offering. And his colleague Michael Dirda raves "anyone might swoon over the unique items [...] from Type Punch Matrix."

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Adrian Horton inteviews co-founder Rebecca Romney about The Booksellers, D.W. Young's documentary on the rare book trade. 

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Mark Frauenfelder writes about a book in ​​​our first catalogue: Sara Weiss's Journeys to the Planet Mars (1904).

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In reviewing D.W. Young's documentary, Owen Gleiberman calls co-founder Rebecca Romney "the movie’s cockeyed optimist of bibliophilia."

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Olivia Rutigliano writes about one of our books on display at the New York Antiquarian Book Fair: an underground anti-Nazi children's book. 

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Michael Stillman describes some of his favorite items in our first print catalogue, including a book of poetry written by Victorian prisoners and an original leaf from the Gutenberg Bible. 

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Interview with Co-Founder Brian Cassidy​​ on the AbeBooks Podcast

"Brian describes his journey from poet to bookseller, and reveals why he teaches at bookseller education events. Our conversation ranges from modern duplicating technologies to Sex Pistols flyers."