After coveting this book for over ten years, it has finally come home to roost on my shelf, a shelf that now seems pitifully unsuited for displaying such ...On February 4, 2015 / By Nicolette Stewart
The Bibles of my youth were all black-covered and thin-papered, the kind of pages you could use as rolling papers if you were desperate enough. I read Genesis ...On January 28, 2015 / By Nicolette Stewart
Words by Katey Perdoni, Photos by Becca Simonds The leaders of Colorado Springs’ new contemporary bookstore Mountain Fold Books, Marina Eckler and Jonathan Fey, began a journey specializing ...On January 20, 2015 / By Katey Perdoni
At Beautiful Minds, Beautiful Books, we share a weekly photo of some gorgeous reader reading some gorgeous book. Because that’s the kind of book fetishists that we are. ...On December 4, 2014 / By Nicolette Stewart
“book love: a project born of my love of the written word. I grew up hearing “books are your friends!” and it’s remained true all my life. I ...On November 20, 2014 / By Erika Jelinek
At Beautiful Minds, Beautiful Books, we share a weekly photo of some gorgeous reader reading some gorgeous book. Because that’s the kind of book fetishists that we are. ...On November 13, 2014 / By Nicolette Stewart
The concept of our Beautiful Minds, Beautiful Books series is simple: pictures of people with gorgeous books. Because no mind is as gorgeous as a reading mind. For ...On October 30, 2014 / By Nicolette Stewart
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