St. Mark’s Bookshop Needs Your Help

December 4, 2013 at 1:55 pm Leave a comment

We invite you to an Auction
of Signed and Annotated First Editions
to Benefit St. Mark’s Bookshop


Tuesday December 3 – Sunday December 15
Thursday December 5 6-8 PM
$5 at the door


We are conducting an auction of over 50 rare signed and  annotated first editions and ephemera from some of NYC’s best known writers. The auction will benefit St. Mark’s Bookshop, and help fund its upcoming move. Included are works from Yoko Ono, Anne Carson, Junot Diaz, John Ashbery, Patti Smith, Art  Spiegelman, Walter Abish, Paul Auster, Bill Berkson, Charles Bernstein, Lydia Davis, Kenneth Goldsmith/Joan La Barbara, Richard Hell, Major Jackson, Wayne Koestenbaum, Phillip Lopate, Eileen Myles, Arthur Nersesian, E. Annie Proulx, Sam Shepard, Peter Straub, Lynne Tillman, Anne Waldman
and Tsipi Keller.


Bidding begins December 3 online


On Thursday Dec. 5, you are invited to come to the bookstore, where all the works will be on display for bidding and there will be a Live auction of selected works. If you can’t be present for the live event, you can leave an absentee bid online.
Join us and share wine and light refreshments.


St. Marks Bookshop
31 Third Avenue (at 9th Street)
New York, NY 10003
subway: 6 to Astor Place, N/R to 8th Street, L to 14th St/3rd Avenue

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