August 4, 2016
We have just released the ebook edition of one of our biggest and best books, UFOs and Government: A Historical Inquiry by Michael Swords, Robert Powell, et al. It’s available from Amazon Kindle, Apple iBooks, Barnes & Noble Nook, Kobo, and more.
We have also released the ebook edition of our newest book, More Encounters with Star People: Urban American Indians Tell Their Stories by Ardy Sixkiller Clark.
And available for the first time this month as laminated hardcover editions are Return to Magonia: Investigating UFOs in History by Chris Aubeck and Martin Shough from Amazon or Barnes & Noble; and A Manifestation of Monsters: Examining The (Un)usual Suspects by Karl Shuker, also from Amazon or Barnes & Noble. These hardcover editions will only be available for a limited time, so get yours now.
July 6, 2015
We have just released a raft of our best-selling books in reasonably priced, laminate hardcover editions. They are now available from both Amazon US and Amazon UK and other resellers such as Barnes and Noble online.
These books will only be available in hardcover editions for a limited time.
August 29, 2013
Just as many audiophiles still prefer vinyl records to digital downloads for their music, some book buyers prefer hardback books to trade paperbacks or (horrors!) ebooks. In an effort to please this discriminating audience, we are making a selection of titles from the Anomalist Books catalog available in hardback editions. Those who have held these laminate hardbacks (no dust jacket) in their hands agree that the books are rock solid and beautiful. But please note: these hardback editions will only be available for a limited time.
October 12, 2012
You know already that many of our print books are also available as ebooks. You can get them for Amazon’s Kindle, for Barnes & Noble’s Nook, and in Apple’s iBookstore. Now our books are also available on Kobo for their eReaders, which use electronic ink screens. Kobo is big in Canada, where they are based, but they’re also making big inroads internationally. If the name “Kobo” has you puzzled, it’s an anagram of the word “book.” Get you Anomalist Books for Kobo here!
October 10, 2012
Most Anomalist Books are now available through the Expresso Book Machine. What does that mean? That means you can walk in to more than half a dozen bookstores in the United States (and many others worldwide), order the book you want, and have it printed in front of you faster than you can make a cup of coffee. Yes, that fast! Expresso Book Machines are now installed in the following bookstores:
Cambridge, MA, 02138
University of Washington Book Store
Seattle, WA, 98105
Manchester Center, VT, 05255
University of Utah Library
Salt Lake City, UT, 84112
McNally Jackson Bookstore
New York, NY, 10012
Village Books In Fairhaven
Bellingham, WA, 98225
Tattered Cover Bookstore
Denver, CO, 80202
La Canada, CA, 9101
Find all Expresso Book Machine locations here.
Search for any of our books here.
If you find that one of our books is not listed, let us know and we’ll look into it. Email us.
June 11, 2012
Every now and then someone asks: “How can I keep track of your new titles and other news about Anomalist Books?” There are several answers to that question. The old-fashioned way is to come to the website, of course, and read the “News.” Or you can put the News in your RSS feed by plugging in this url: http://www.anomalistbooks.com/news/. But now, thanks to Chris Savia, the weekend news editor of The Anomalist, there is a third way: you can join Anomalist Books on Facebook. Who knows, one day we might even tweet.
August 20, 2011
We’ve just published ebook versions of The Lonely Sense: The Autobiography of a Psychic Detective by Robert Cracknell and Spirit Voices: The First Live Conversation Between Worlds by Mark L. Cowden. The two books are available for the Kindle, the Nook, and the iPad and iPhone.
Here are the direct links for those ebooks on the various platforms:
THE LONELY SENSE
You can see all our available ebooks in the US on the three platforms by following these links. (Our ebooks in Apple’s iBookstore can also be found by entering “Anomalist Books” in the search bar of the iBooks app.)
August 18, 2011
We’ve been putting this off, and the longer we’ve put it off, the longer the list has grown. It began on July 8, 2011, with the death of Bill Corliss. We’ve known Bill for 40 years and have every one of his remarkable Sourcebook Project volumes on our shelves. His collection of scientific anomalies, which represents just a small fraction of what science doesn’t know, has served as an inspiration to us. One day his work will get the recognition it deserves. Then on July 27, 2011, Hilary Evans passed away. We not only co-authored a book with Hilary some years ago, but we are proud to have been the publisher of his last two books: Outbreak! Encyclopedia of Extraordinary Social Behavior (with Robert Bartholomew) and SLIders: The Enigma of Streetlight Interference (SLI). Hilary’s mind was as sharp as a tack all the way to the end; in fact, he had another book all fleshed out in his mind, a book which unfortunately now we’ll never get to see. Then on August 12, 2011, Bob Girard passed away in Florida. Bob was the owner of a mail order book company called Arcturus Books, and he would badger his clientele into enlightenment by insisting they purchase and read the books he offered on UFOs, cryptozoology, the paranormal, and ancient history. We bought many books from Bob over the years, and he was the primary mail-order seller of Anomalist Books since 2005, when we opened for business. We will miss these three friends, these three great fortean men. Update: We did not want to add to this dark list, but on August 21, our friend Budd Hopkins, whom we have known for more than 30 years, passed away. We are glad to have worked with him and publsihed his brilliant autobiography just two years ago: Art, Life and UFOs: A Memoir.
July 21, 2011
Though we are still in a New York frame of mind, you should be aware that Anomalist Books has a new address for editorial matters:
PO Box 6807
Charlottesville, VA 22906
Our business address remains the same, however.
July 8, 2011
Since 2005, our books have been available for printing and direct distribution in the United States and the United Kingdom (from which they are also shipped to the continent). And now, as of July 2011, we are also able to print and ship our books directly from Melbourne, Australia, for the Australian, New Zealand, and Asian markets. Do let your friends Down Under know that Anomalist Books are now—or will soon be—available from their favorite online booksellers (without the high markups due to postage costs). Booksellers in Australia can now contact us about our wholesale discounts.
Finally, Australians will be able to pick up Anomalist Books written by their own countrymen:
The Yowie: In Search of Australia’s Bigfoot by Tony Healy and Paul Cropper
And last but not least, readers in the United Kingdom and Australia can finally now also order Jacques Vallee’s “Alien Contact Trilogy” :