Today, Rizzoli New York is an integral part of its parent company, the Italian communications giant RCS Media Group. RCS arose from the merger of the venerable Rizzoli publishing house, founded in 1929, with the eminent Italian newspaper, Corriere della Sera, founded in 1876. Rizzoli New York began its publishing operation in 1974 and has since become a leader in the fields of art, architecture, interior design, photography, haute couture, and gastronomy.
Manhattan Books opened in February 1990 to continue our philosophy that all students should have the opportunity to buy and sell their textbooks at the best possible price. In those "pre-internet" years, the only place that students could shop was at the institutional bookstore. As an independent bookseller we gave students another outlet where they could get the required books for their courses.
St. Mark's Bookshop was established in 1977 on New York City's Lower East Side, a community of students, academics, artists, and other discerning readers. Our specialties include Cultural Theory, Graphic Design, Poetry & Small Press Publishing, Film Studies, and Foreign & Domestic Periodicals and Journals. We are open Monday through Saturday from 10 am to Midnight, Sundays 11 am to Midnight.
We are a store in New York City (Manhattan) always out to buy (and sell) scholarly libraries, including art and photography books, textbooks, philosophy and math, and more. Current edition textbooks, music, Greek and Latin, any scholarly subject. Religion, occult, esoterica, new age, counter-culture, science, critical theory. Review copies. CD’s and DVD’s.
Bluestockings is a radical bookstore, fair trade cafe, and activist center in the Lower East Side of Manhattan. Through words, art, food, activism, education, and community, we strive to create a space that welcomes and empowers all people. We actively support movements that challenge hierarchy and all systems of oppression, including but not limited to patriarchy, heterosexism, the gender binary, white supremacy and classism, within society as well as our own movements...