Entries Tagged as 'SSP History'

From the Annals of the Stone Street Press: BookExpo 1997 –two people who would change the world of books…

Published on February 7th, 2008 by Malachi

THIS IS A STORY ABOUT TWO INDIVIDUALS THAT I MET AT BOOKEXPO 1997 who were in the next years, to have a significant impact on the world of books, and beyond. It was at my last BookExpo –I think it must have been in 1997, in New York– and I was sitting at my booth […]

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From the Annals of the Stone Street Press: the ABA, now BookExpo.

Published on February 7th, 2008 by Malachi

THERE ARE TWO PARTS TO THIS POST: THE FIRST IS ABOUT SHOWING YOUR BOOKS AT THE ABA-BOOKEXPO. THE SECOND IS ABOUT THE READER/WRITER I started The Stone Street Press in 1980 –with nothing but the desire to start The Stone Street Press. A desire both unformed and uninformed. In other words, a pure desire. (I […]

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I see “Let’s get lost’ –Bruce Weber’s movie about jazz trumpeter Chet Baker (1929-1988)

Published on June 16th, 2007 by Malachi

I first heard Chet Baker on the jukebox of our local hangout, the Cafe Des Artistes in World’s End in London in the late fifties. I liked what I heard straightaway –although in Early Jazz PC, one was not supposed to mention Chet Baker in the same breath as Miles Davis. I realize now that […]

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