The Golden Compass is now a graphic novel.
Unshelved comic strip for 2/22/2010

One Perseus Book A Day

This week's Unshelved is made possible, in part, by Perseus Books Group, who will be advising us about a different book every day this week. So keep your eyes peeled. Not open. Peeled.

Grand Reopening

The Unshelved Store, the world's most awesome supply of pro-reading books and paraphernalia, is back, and it's better than ever!

To celebrate our return to commerce, we've got two new products:

  • The Intellectual Freedom Fighter messenger bag is just like our now-retired Contains Printed Matter messenger bag, but with a new color and design.
  • A lot of you tell us that you love our designs but aren't allowed to wear t-shirts at work. Enter the Reading Propaganda Pack, a collection of our five most popular pro-reading designs on mini-posters suitable for posting at work, home, and on your commute between the two.

If we're missing your favorite items that means they came to the end of their useful selling life, and have gone to live with a nice family in a farm upstate. (One notable exception: museum prints of your favorite comic strips will return soon).

It's been almost two months since you were able to buy our stuff, and we very much appreciate your patience. Let the shopping begin!

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