With every new issue we hold a pop-up at one of our favorite Maine spots with a small, curated selection of used books– some thrifted, others purchased or donated from booksellers or the artists themselves.

Below you’ll find a list of this month’s haul. Photos and descriptions can be found on our Instagram. Details on our next popup location TBA.

The sales from our popups go directly towards the operations of Creative Maine, so we can continue to offer all of our online content freely.


Rolling Stones: An Unauthorized Biography in Words and Photographs, edited by David Dalton Dorset 78: Cape Dorset Annual Graphics Collection 1978, published by M.F. Feheley The Films of Doris Wishman, edited by Peggy Ahwesh
The Nashville Street Barbers, photographs by Jesse Landzion
Mother Nature is a Lesbian by Be Oakley Hatha Yoga, instructional book by Gabriela Giubilaro Cometbus Issue #48: Back to the Land
Desert Interviews or, how to jump off the roof and not hit the ground
, by Piero Golia
Shaker Village Views: Illustrated Maps and Landscape Drawings by Shaker Artists of the Nineteenth Century, by Robert P. Emlen
Planetary Echoes: Exploring the Implications of Human Settlement in Outer Space, Edited by Lukas Feireiss and Michael Najjar
The Riverside Interviews: Allen Ginsberg, published by Binnacle Press, 1980


The Farmstead Storybook
Made for Windsor Chairmakers
Lincolnville, Maine
Cover art designed by Michael Timchak
not for sale online

We publish thoughtful branded literature rooted in storytelling. For all inquiries, please email us.


Windsor Chairmakers designs and builds traditional, hand-crafted American furniture in Lincolnville, Maine.
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