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LRB Bookshop @LRBbookshop 14 Bury Place, London, UK

London Review Bookshop. 20,000 titles on two floors in Bloomsbury, plus cakes and tea.

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Retweeted by LRB BookshopLoved this gorgeous collection from @Influxpress , especially ‘London, an exercise in learning’ from Susanna Moreir… https://t.co/Mjsw53LHGJ
Retweeted by LRB Bookshop @Influxpress On the blog today you can read Viola Di Grado's essay from the book 'Getting Better', translated by An… https://t.co/WUjYbn1Z5wOur Book of the Week is LUCIFER OVER LONDON, new collection of narrative essays about the city, first published in… https://t.co/C50ZGrhpnbmake up your mind, books https://t.co/jevkI07ODjjust imagine travelling back in time 145 years with the intention of meeting rainer maria rilke, somehow tracking h… https://t.co/ZZw5MHfUAhReassurance for anyone else who needs it: https://t.co/PIrikfN3OX https://t.co/1BpUDi8nEUAll four beautiful @hazel_press pamphlets are available to order via our online shop: https://t.co/FbbtLmJyFg https://t.co/h3qpMEBRw0
12/4
2020
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Retweeted by LRB Bookshop @iamamro super! i've refunded you the cost of the secondclass postage - you should get an email confirmation in a minute. @iamamro yes! on it now. do you want them to go first-class or second-class?Lots of places are out of my book until reprint arrives early next week, but praise be for the @LRBbookshop, which… https://t.co/PfzukdUSy1
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12/3
2020
Buy your loved ones The Dominant Animal this Christmas, as recommended by Sophie Mackintosh 🐕🔪 https://t.co/SFL51Wy186
Retweeted by LRB BookshopSigned first editions of BLUE TICKET are also available to order from our online shop https://t.co/vZwUbxF7bT https://t.co/DtDoFa9xLrWe've asked some pals of the shop to tell us what they'll be giving this Christmas 🎁 First up is Sophie Mackintosh,… https://t.co/XhXNEeccCkJeoffry: The Poet’s Cat is a Christmas pick by the always chic and erudite staff of @LRBbookshop, who know their fe… https://t.co/2JlStfZ89v
Retweeted by LRB BookshopGather round the (virtual) hearth, pour yourself a dram or two, and settle in for this week's podcast. Contains:… https://t.co/YUBcc2HtEzJust saying, this quartet would make a lovely gift this month, with books by Ella Duffy, Sean Borodale, Matthew Hol… https://t.co/ftbpwUu7U4
Retweeted by LRB BookshopDelighted to help with this Secret Santa request 🎅🎁 If you're looking to do something similar, get in touch! https://t.co/JVHY9qVlUZ
12/2
2020
@StephenTChase & ed yorn https://t.co/eZCt6qBbUm @iucounu oh noi think in many ways the likeliest outcome is that the lion wouldn't understand the prynneimagine that you *didn't* send his prynne & the lion rang a week later to ask where it was & you told him "oh i tho… https://t.co/nErPwaWO3Swittgenstein once said "if a lion could talk, we could not understand it". i think this would depend on what the li… https://t.co/Xx2tryoJiFOur pick of the season's best new biographies! gayle why has this picture come out so blue https://t.co/WilmW76aMu https://t.co/mkXBsb80l0also it would be a mews flat, and i would not tire of pointing this out to people who asked for my addressshe would bung a shoe at me but i would simply use my jetpack to fly out of rangeif i was matt bellamy, i'd live in a flat in whitstable, and whenever mrs. bellamy came home from work, i'd leap ou… https://t.co/DBNggbT88y
12/1
2020
if, like me, you have trouble remembering which simpson is which, this mnemonic rhyme may be useful: Bart has flat… https://t.co/QDN4rCG20Xinstead of calling it "a false positive on a coronavirus test", i think we should call it "the roney baloney"✨SUNDAY STAFF PICKS✨ Katy recommends PET by Akwaeke Emezi: 'A spellbinding exploration of friendship - a YA book… https://t.co/6coVQ8uTIH
11/29
2020
this except for instead of alphabetising by author surname i would alphabetise by the isbn written out longhand. "n… https://t.co/FesUV1K3uJOur picks of the season's best new books about nature and the countryside. https://t.co/pfW4wp5tMT https://t.co/O8tqqsXjon
11/28
2020
@blangry anyone from hope of the states or any of the bands which split off from them can also have a free tote bag @Redowse it is one of the great unanswered questions of our time. alongside "why d'ya leave the keys upon the table"this is also valid btw for members of reuben, thisGIRL, hell is for heroes, and hundred reasonsvoxtrot were the business. free tote bags on the house for past or present members of voxtrot https://t.co/lxSYJjhmm8ham and eggs
Retweeted by LRB Bookshopwhen you see a sign like this, you can be certain that you are not in folsom prison https://t.co/buqKQg0jA8 @JSFox42 completely missed this at the time and this is amazing! @robpalkwriter https://t.co/97FqSbsrJB @DianaHenryFood @maxjohnporter it's amazingif i was jesting pilate i would simply stay for an answeranyway our christmas reopening details are here https://t.co/LH3ydbL0Iybut no sooner were we assembled than it immediately began to snow! just a brief flurry, but enough to make everythi… https://t.co/zhMJJxzq5Dso just before we reopened in july, a neighbour of ours took this photo for us. we decided we would recreate this i… https://t.co/Lsz30Ni5Ltif i was an elizabethan mercenary, one thing i would definitely make clink, would be the cannikin
11/27
2020
We're thrilled to have a wonderful series of FREE children's events lined up this Sunday 💛 Sign up for FREE ticket… https://t.co/oG3tJlnIPo
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11/26
2020
Support the excellent ⁦@LRBbookshop⁩. Now in stock: Chantal Akerman Retrospective Handbook by Joanna Hogg and Adam… https://t.co/Dlcmoz0wvp
Retweeted by LRB Bookshop @SashaDugdale Attendant, would you tell with such high zest To children ardent for some desparate glory The old lie… https://t.co/hRX7rQES3t @DanteMicheaux @LRB isn't it the businesspublishers weekly had us all going there for a minute https://t.co/auuWSDCsG3TONIGHT! LRB Screen at Home continues, with Xiaolu Guo on Angela Schanelec’s Passing Summer Online, 7pm - book he… https://t.co/2mgJxWvjM8Daisy and I talk about animals, Lynn Margulis, science as structure, clarity in poems & other things for… https://t.co/0bG8Tev1kX
Retweeted by LRB BookshopThis week's podcast: @daisylafarge reads from her debut collection LIFE WITHOUT AIR (@GrantaBooks) and discusses he… https://t.co/RMKIHkbWMS @pressfuturist OK this is amazingit just struck me that the first 4 words of cypress hill's "hits from the bong" - 'pick it, pack it' - is an excell… https://t.co/EshNPu8ou7
11/25
2020
Let's support our indie London bookshops @LRBbookshop https://t.co/HQQNxRogaa
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Retweeted by LRB BookshopJust in from the US: Mary Gaitskill's essay collection SOMEBODY WITH A LITTLE HAMMER. Gaitskill on Björk, Norman Ma… https://t.co/2beOf1ESXz @britishmuseum @englishpen You can find out more about the exhibition in the beautiful book published alongside - a… https://t.co/yCndFUR2lLThis @britishmuseum x @englishpen inspired by Edmund de Waal's Library of Exile exhibition sounds fascinating - thi… https://t.co/fED7bvLzQRAs part of the second season of their Screen at Home series, in partnership with @mubiuk, the @LRBbookshop will fe… https://t.co/7HKXWHK9hU
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Retweeted by LRB Bookshopit is astonishing that it seems to be beyond this government to find a single person who was at download in 2017 an… https://t.co/a2wySsoWrFsixthly, pyro. obviously an absolute no-no in a bookshop setting. they didn't use pyro in 2002 but my mate saw them… https://t.co/vy6e8twS1W(some jokers in the DMs suggesting we could get round sound system problems by going for a Serj acoustic gig. look… https://t.co/uOdKXLrdE7fifthly, support. i saw them with *dillinger escape plan* at the nottingham arena in 2002 and that was grand - but… https://t.co/z2SJzMiw7Ybut neither Oliver Dowden, Matt Hancock nor Chris Whitty has so far said a word on this. this is an area where mini… https://t.co/tY0QvrTuCCfourthly - this is something the government could help with - setlist issues. we envisage a setlist drawing very he… https://t.co/JI54iJFmB2thirdly. tourbus parking. right through the pandemic bury place has been absolutely chocka from 11am onwards (deliv… https://t.co/qqVBnwz7wXsecondly, slightly less important but still crucial - lighting. our lights switches are downstairs by the back offi… https://t.co/y4XClgLMQBfirst of all, our sound system. it works fine to amplify our regular bookshop events / record podcasts etc. - but i… https://t.co/WlWeVOvkUm
11/24
2020

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