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Never Enough

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Book Purge Pain

Every four or five years I attempt a thinning out of my personal library through a merciless book purge. Last year I managed to ruthlessly select about 300 titles and donate the lot to my local library for the annual … Continue reading

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Call Me Ishmael

Call Me Ishmael is an intriguing new way to share your love of books and reading. The concept behind the project is quite simple: Step # Call Ishmael’s phone number 774.325.0503 . Step #2 Listen to a brief message. Step … Continue reading

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Mild Case of Bibliomania

As a seller of antiquarian and collectible books, I’m frequently asked to explain the attraction of “old books’ to non-bibliophiles. The questions usually come from customers seeking to purchase a book as a gift for a book lover in their … Continue reading

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Rosalie Osman is a freelance animator based in Melbourne, Australia. She describes her film Bibliomania as: A twisted fairytale about a young man obsessed with the acquisition of books to the detriment of all else. Having inherited his father’s library … Continue reading

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