Did you know we have a giveaway going on the Biblio.com Facebook Page? Our “12 Days of Christmas” Giveaway is easy to play! Go to our Facebook page to Like our page and play along. You could win free books from Biblio for a whole
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I am wrapped in thunder and delight, watching the flickering lightning, entranced at the window like a child on her birthday morning. Thunderstorms mean many things to me, but at this fine moment the rumble is repeating only one phrase: Wake up! Spring is coming!
We like to play games. But only ones where our customers win something big–like a $200 BiblioBucks gift certificate. And what better game to play than a treasure hunt? So welcome to the Biblio Book Hunt, a treasure hunt exclusively for our Twitter fans! Here’s
The Antiquarian Booksellers’ Association of America (ABAA) has a new look online! Created in 1949, the ABAA has built a strong professional network of booksellers carrying high-quality books. They are the oldest antiquarian bookseller association in the United States, and continue to remain a cornerstone
After 13 days, 11 clues and a lot of re-Tweets, search-savvy Twitter user Michael found the correct book in our first great Biblio Book Hunt: a rare copy of W.H. Auden’s About the House. The rules for the Twitter-exclusive Book Hunt were simple: we picked
In our recent customer newsletter, we featured “green” books in celebration of Earth Day. And, of course, we got some feedback from customers. Without further ado, presenting evidence that People are Weird: Why are you sending out “green” books for Earth Day, but no Atlas
This past weekend, Stephen and I endured months of delays and canceled flights with the singlepurposed intent of attending the ABAA’s New York Antiquarian Book Fair and unveiling a preview of the new upcoming ABAA listing site.
Despite recent economic pressures, leading used & rare book marketplace Biblio.com announced today that it would be opening a second used book factory in North America over the next 6 months. The company did not provide specifics on where the new factory might be built, but recent speculation on the internet seems to indicate Austin, Texas.
Forbes has named Asheville, NC the 6th best metro area for business and careers. Asheville has been the “world headquarters” of Biblio.com since the beginning (2000). In fact, long under-appreciated North Carolina garnered three of the top ten spots, with Raleigh and Durham included in