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3 months

"I am excessively diverted.” - Jane Austen. Are't we all, though? With any luck, it's the fault of a good read. New print in the shop!

7 months

It’s three minutes to midnight and she’s kicking off the shackles of history. Now it’s time for her story. New print in the shop!

9 months

By popular demand: Cool Story Poe Tote. Fresh from our seam shop in Brooklyn!

10 months

New month, new read, new mug. New T.S. Eliot mugs in stock!

11 months

Happy birthday, Edgar Allan Poe!

1 year

New in shop! Literary Paris postcard sets. The perfect gift for Paris Lovers and book lovers alike.

1 year

"The goodness of your true pun is in the direct ratio of its intolerability” - Edgar Allan Poe. Thank you, Edgar, we’ll take that as a compliment. New bookmarks in the shop in time for our holiday sale! Save 20% on all orders with code: HOLIDAY16

1 year

Edgar Allan Poe once opined, "Of puns, it has been said that they who most dislike them are least able to utter them." Well, Poe, we absolutely love them. And thus dare we to utter! New mug in shop!

1 year

We usually reserve our Bloom literary totes for hauling books, but they did a great job hauling apples over the weekend.

1 year

We’re excited to introduce a new line of literary tea towels! Just in time for hot beverage and book season, our first two are a nod to coffee (T. S. Eliot) and tea (Jane Austen). Each 30x30 inch towel is handprinted in Brooklyn, NY

1 year

“I would rather have nothing but tea.” - Jane Austen. Zing! What say you, coffee drinkers? New mug in the shop.

1 year

A mug as absurd as Kafka. And like Kafka’s work, it’s contents are dark and invigorating. See what we did there? New in shop!

1 year

Not knowing when the dawn will come, I open every door." - Emily Dickinson. New print in shop! We love the way this quotation captures Emily Dickinson's quiet strength and fierce hope.

1 year

"There's a pleasure in the pathless woods." - Byron. Tote from our Bloom collection. Hand sewn and printed in Brooklyn.

1 year

NEW PRINT! We love the spirit of this epicurean wish list, which Keats petitioned for in a letter to his sister Fanny. The illustration plays with combining all of the elements into a single, decadent feast (can you spot them all?).

1 year

A duo of prints make great dorm decor.

1 year

For coffee lovers and literature lovers alike.

2 years

"Pleasure in the pathless woods." - Bryon. Happy Earth Day!

2 years

Our bloom literary tote among blooms.

2 years

Sunday morning snail mail vibes. Our 100 literary postcards set is a collaboration with Penguin Random House.

2 years

Bold florals meet bold language. Make a statement this spring.

2 years

“The proper function of man is to live, not to exist.” - Jack London, “To Build a Fire.” And if by living, Jack, you mean a second latte, we’re totally down. #yolo

2 years

"The fool doth think he is wise, but the wise man knows himself to be a fool." Happy April Fool's day, all!

2 years

"It is not down in any map; true places never are" - Herman Melville. Here's to the travelers, explorers, dreamers and the ones who toss the map.

2 years

Sanity and insanity reversed. Poe said this of himself while he nursed his dying wife. The illustration depicts a drowning man seeking rescue, grasping at an anchor falling into the inverted sky.

2 years

In a spring state of mind? Our new Bloom bookmarks pair bold florals with literary quotes.

2 years

A duo of literary greats who inspired Jack Kerouac. A perfect print set.

2 years

"All truths wait in all things, They neither hasten their own delivery nor resist it,” - Walt Whitman.

2 years

For coffee lovers and book lovers alike.

2 years

Save big when you purchase three prints.