Manhattan — The Strand dollar racks on the corner of Broadway and 12th Street is simply one of my favorite places in the world. In the sorting machinery of New York City, the dollar rack is one of the exhaust vents, a place where excess information is discarded. I sort through the racks often. Much of what ends up there is a sort of anonymous garbage, books that came and went with no notice from the world at...
Montpellier — Sometimes, books are the shortest path from one point of the globe to another. This here is a picture of some travel writings books, taken in the bookstore I work in. (I must add, Nicolas Bouvier is ...
Paris — Old bookstores always intrigued me. I begin to wonder about the stories that happened there in the past, and not just the ones that was written in the books, but the ones where people are involved in....
Four eyes and heart eyes at Libros Schmibros
The last bookstore
Everyone's favorite spot for a photo op in The Last Bookstore
the conflict of loving books
Books, coffee and crepes? My new favorite spot. (But no wifi. Maybe for the better!)
The motionless trip
Aksara bookstore, where awesome books appeared in Indonesia
In the vast sorting machinery that is New York City, The Strand's dollar rack is one of the exhaust vents, a place where excess information is discarded.
A place where one can feel like an English speaker in Paris…or almost that.