Saturday, February 4, 2017

It's a fine day for a book program!

On today's Rare Book Cafe, I'll be asking, "Is there life after The New York Times Bestseller List?" as I look at the top ten books of this weekend fifty years ago.

Rare Book Cafe is sponsored by the Florida Antiquarian Book Fair. It’s broadcast every Saturday from 2.30 to 3.30 pm EST and features interviews, panel discussion and stuff you can learn about book collecting whether you are a regular at Sotheby’s or just someone who likes books.

The program airs live on Rare Book Cafe’s and the Florida Antiquarian Book Fair’s Facebook page; the Book Fair Blog, and the Book Fairs YouTube channel. Oh, and here, too.

Shows are archived on YouTube and can also be viewed on the Facebook pages and the blog after their first run.

Hosted by Miami book dealer, appraiser and’s Bucks on the Bookshelf radio show creator Steven Eisenstein, the program features a revolving set of cohosts and regular guests including Thorne Donnelley of Liberty Book Store in West Palm Beach, Florida; miniature books expert Edie Eisenstein; program creator/producer T. Allan Smith (just back from Cuba!) and me.

If you'd like to join us in the Virtual Studio Audience, email us a We'll send you the secret code word.

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