Archive for September, 2009

Sep 30 2009

This Friday! Matt Kindt!

Published by under Events,Gallery

**Update: Photos from the opening here. Friday, October 2: Opening Reception and Book Signing with Matt Kindt, 7pm @ Subterranean, Free                                      Matt Kindt is a very successful local illustrator and Subterranean is lucky to have landed the book signing for his fourth book 3 Story: The History of the Giant Man  from graphic novel publisher […]

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Sep 29 2009

Guest Reviews

Published by under Current Read

Flight of the Phoenix (Nathaniel Fludd, Beastologist #1) by R.L. LaFevers (Houghton Mifflin Harcourt, $16.00) This book is about a young boy named Nate who lost his parents after they died at sea, so then he goes to live with his aunt.  Nate’s Aunt is a Beastologist, this means that she discovers beasts.  Nate and […]

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Sep 23 2009

Thank You

Published by under Misc.

As independent booksellers, at this point in history, we have our work cut out for us, but fortunately for us we love our work and don’t mind the challenge. And, luckily, we have you, our loyal and regular customers — as well as all the many, many out-of-towners who stop in the store and make a […]

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Sep 21 2009

New Event Listings

Published by under Events,Lou Life

Ron Currie, Jr. Richard Newman of River Styx Devil at the Confluence Sharon Shinn details here

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Sep 18 2009

Bestsellers July/August

Published by under Bestsellers

Um… Yeah. A little late.                  Hardcover: Zeitoun by Dave Eggers Inherent Vice by Thomas Pynchon Pygmy by Chuck Palahniuk Methland by Nick Reding Asterios Polyp by David  Mazzucchelli Johannes Cabal and the Necromancer by Jonathon Howard Cahokia by Timothy Pauketat              Paperback: Pride and Prejudice and Zombies by Seth […]

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Sep 17 2009

Poll Results

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You’ve died and been reincarnated. Whom would you like to come back as? 1. Leonardo Da Vinci 38% 2. Duke Ellington 27% 3. Emily Bronte 10% 4. Josef Stalin 9% 5. Jesus Christ 7% 6. Marc Bolan  6%

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Sep 16 2009

Thursday Morning

Published by under Events,Lou Life

It’s time for Thursday Child Story Time at Subterranean from 11:30am- 12 noon.

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Sep 16 2009

I am Behind on EVERYTHING These Days

Starting tonight and continuing through this Saturday (19th) the PLAY:stl Music Festival rages throughout the Loop.  So cool.                                

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Sep 16 2009

Stunning

Published by under Misc.

Hate to use that word, “stunning” — it’s been cheapened by overuse in a million dust jacket blurbs — but in the case of Magnum Magnum (Thames & Hudson, $34.95) it’s the only one that’ll do. This new book of over 400 images is culled from Magnum Photos’ depthless archives, which document a good chunk of the […]

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Sep 15 2009

Out Today

Published by under Bestsellers,Subby Love

And we have plenty of copies in stock.

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