Left Bank Books NYC
On May 21st July 2022 Sendb00ks took over Left Bank Books on Perry Street with a curation of second hand books. The feature of the evening was 100 ...
Sendb00ks at Sainte Anne Gallery
On the 2nd of March we had the pleasure to host a literary salon at the beautiful ivy-covered Sainte Anne Gallery in the 2nd arrondissement of Pa...
We Send Clothes!
Pushed by the great London based photographer and artist Dorothy Zhang we finally decided to make merch featuring our iconic slogan t shirt Show me...
Zora Sicher Creates a Sleeve for Gabriel Garcia Marquez' Strange Pilgrims
After taking a break from the subscriptions we decided to create one final send of the year with New York based artist Zora Sicher.
Zora first rea...
Sendb00ks in Mexico City with Casa Bosques
On the first weekend of December, we were delighted to host an event at Casa Bosques in Mexico City and to celebrate the launch of a new shelf in t...
Sendb00ks Presents a Sunday Reading with Yelena Moskovich.
On Sunday evening, October 10th we were honored to host a reading by the brilliant Ukrainian-born, American and French artist and writer @yelenamos...
We are currently reading Sophie Calle
No Sex Last Night.
Book Launch and Signing.
On the 22nd July we celebrated the publication of Arigatou Goza y Mas by Mexican writer Fernanda Ballesteros. The book is a poetic travel story in...
Berta Blanca T. Ivanow x Sendb00ks April.
Welcome to the first month of spring at Sendb00ks where we are thrilled to be working alongside sculptor, artist and object maker Berta Blanca T. I...
Sendb00ks in conversation with February Artist Michella Bredahl
Previously sent to all Subscribers as part of Sendb00ks February 2021.
Michella Bredahl is a Danish photographer whose work gives ...
Exploring Charles Bukowski
“Find what you love and let it kill you.”
Charles Bukowsi has long been a looming and controversial figure here at Sendb00ks. A few years ago on a...
Rive Gauche and The Life of Jean Rhys
"Reading makes immigrants of us all. It takes us away from home, but more important, it finds homes for us everywhere."
Jean Rhys was born in 1890...
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