You Never Enter the Same Place Twice!

A magic fount of unique titles, an ever changing trove for all bibliophiles – you never know what fine new treasures a day may bring.

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Too Many Books?

Did you run out of room on your shelves?

You’re not alone – whether you live in a classic 8-bedrooms smack on top of Central Park or in a hole-in-the-wall studio in east Bushwick: no one in this city has enough space.

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Need to host a reading? Birthday party? Casual meeting?

P.S. Bookshop is at your rental service.

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There are too few places like this, where people who care about the visual arts can get lost, and stumble across nourishing weirdnesses. P.S. Bookshop is a resource like no other. Long live P.S. Bookshop!

Alexi Worth

Artist & Critic

It takes a subversive spirit and a misanthropic bent these days to fight for books and for readers who still want to browse, breathe in the singular scent of well-traveled editions.

Amy Grace Loyd

Author & Literary Editor

A used book store to rival the best… a gem of a store… walking in feels like entering a cozy reading cave, where every shelf contains something never before seen. P.S. is not to be missed in any foray down under the bridges.

Brooklyn Magazine


It’s hard to imagine Brooklyn without comfortable, inspiring spaces where we can browse, linger, mingle, look, listen, and learn. P.S. Bookshop is one of those places.

Dan Zanes


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