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Our new miniature publication, XI LXIVMOS: Memoirs of a Bibliomidget by Anne C. Bromer, is now available to order through our website, bromer.com. To learn more about the production process, check out the latest post on the Heavenly Monkey blog below: 

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Our new post on the Books @ Bromer blog discusses Anne and David Bromer's donation of a working letterpress printshop to Lynn, Massachusetts-based RAW Art Works. RAW is an organization that provides an environment where underserved youth are encouraged to learn and grow through art and creativity, using the mediums of the visual arts, film, and now letterpress printing. Read more about this amazing organization and the Bromers' donation here:

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In our latest blog post, Phil Salmon reminisces about the exciting purchase of the Kelmscott/Goudy press and its meaning in his life: 

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We will be exhibiting at the Library History Seminar XIII Showcase, taking place this Saturday, August 1st, from 2:30-5:30pm at Simmons College. For more information, see below, and we hope to see you there!

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Our new website is live at www.bromer.com! A big thanks to Bibliopolis​ for helping us upgrade to a responsive platform that allows for book viewing on any device. Going forward, we will be adding new and interesting content to the site, so please keep checking back!

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We are honored that Aun Aprendo was chosen to be reviewed in the spring issue of the Papers of the Bibliographical Society of Canada (and that the reviewer had nice things to say about the bibliography). Order a copy of the journal via the website below, and for more on David Bromer's bibliography of the works of Aldous Huxley, visit our website, http://www.bromer.com/shop/bromer/publications.html.

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Can you guess the place that holds the record for the most miniature books on display? If you guessed Azerbaijan, you would be correct! In the Azerbaijani capital of Baku, a miniature book museum holds 5,600 books from 66 countries. For more, see below:

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A bit of a late news story, but we thought this was an interesting update on the project to recover the Doves Type, famously tossed over the Hammersmith Bridge into the Thames by T.J. Cobden-Sanderson.

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We are pleased to announce the arrival of Jack Whirler's Alphabet, a celebration of the children's books produced by the Newbery firm. The book is published by Cotsen Children's Library and distributed exclusively by Bromer Booksellers. For more information, contact us or visit http://bromerbooksellers.blogspot.com/2014/11/jack-whirlers-alphabet.html. 
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Bromer Booksellers cordially invites you to our annual reception on the eve of the Boston International Antiquarian Book Fair, Thursday, November 13th from noon to 5pm. Please join us on the second floor of 607 Boylston Street for light refreshments, book conversation, and collegiality.
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