Found this post-it inside the cover of “101 Movies to Avoid,” a book by Allan Smithee, which of course is the name that movie’s producers or directors give when they don’t want to be known. The reader obviously didn’t think much of the content but it didn’t deter me … I wanted to know what … Continued
I found this photo wedged in the back of “Love Is a Dog from Hell” shortly before I was to take it back and pay it’s $90 overdue fee. It’s probably not worth $90 but some things, found and unfound, are always priceless.
Bought this book of poetry at a used book store and found a treasure trove. Marked pages, a list of poems along with a bookmark for Adrianne and the punch card from the library.
I found this in a copy of the book “The Bridges of Madison County” that I bought at a yard sale. The mom in that book had a romantic rendezvous when her kids were out of town.
Found in a used book about the Celts.
I found this in a used bookstore, between the pages of a 1970s edition of Henry James’ “The Ambassadors.”
Found in beat-up secondhand copy of The Abomination by Paul Golding.
My wife found this letter in an old paperback book she purchased from a local bookstore. I think it’s such an awesome time capsule. Kinda makes you wonder weather Dieter and Melanie are living “happily ever after” in a commune somewhere.
This was found inside a copy of an Isaac Asimov book at Walrus and Carpenter Used Books. I couldn’t resist buying the book and found the postcard upon later inspection. I hope they don’t come looking for me next.
This was within the pages of an old Leonardo DaVinci library book. It was on the back of a blank spelling game copyrighted in 1936. It reads: “Dear Meg, Life, religion, art and love are experience and not topics. I like your spirit, that is why I stayed so long last night–please forget it. Bob … Continued