Donnerstag, 8. Februar 2018

Antiquarischer youtube-Kanal: rare book cafe 3.0

Internet - Beim flüchtigen Stöbern nach sehenswerten und möglicherweise einen Antiquar interessierenden Themen, stieß ich soeben auf dem oben genannten Kanal auf das erste Video einer Serie: "Owen Felix O'Neill and the $25 million book".

"Welcome to the first in the series of Rare Book Cafe 3.0. Our guest for this episode was Owen Felix O'Neill, a book collector and sometimes bookseller in Tipperary County, Ireland. "

(c) PromoMadrid, author Max Alexander

Das sechzehnte und bislang letzte Video der Reihe heißt "Rare Book Cafe No. 16: Our Cuba Edition! Cuba Libre!".

"Welcome to the 16th in the series of Rare Book Cafe 3.0. This was our Cuba-themed program with co-host Steven Eisenstein and guest host Kara Accettola both offering a glimpse into ephemera from the pre-revolution era of the island nation. 

Rare Book Cafe is the first live streamed regularly scheduled program devoted to antiquarian books and related subjects.

It is hosted by Steven Eisenstein, owner of A-Book-A-Brac Books in Miami Beach, Thorne Donnelley, owner of Liberty Books in Palm Beach Gardens and Lindsay Thompson, owner of Henry Bemis Books in Charlotte, North Carolina, , who also serves as associate producer. Edie Eisensein is featured regularly discussing miniature books. The program also features a rotating cadre of guests hosts.

T. Allan Smith is creator and executive producer.

Write to us at rarebookcafe@gmail.com."

CS