WHERE: Riemannstr.7, 10961 Berlin (U7-Gneisenau)
WHEN: TUE-FRI 11-8, SAT & SUN 12-4
WHAT: Click to find out what's going on!

INFO: Another Country is an English Language Second Hand Bookshop, which is mostly used as a library. We have about twenty thousand books that you can buy or borrow. You simply pay the price of a book, which you get back, minus a 1,50 Euro charge, should you choose to return it.
Another Country is also a club which hosts readings, cultural events, social evenings, filmnights and many other things.

CONTACT: info@anothercountry.de

We been favourably mentioned in many international travel articles. Read all REVIEWS here!

REGULAR EVENTS

ENGLISH FILMCLUB
Every tuesday at 8 p. m.

STAMMTISCH
Every thursday at 8 p. m.

DINNER NIGHT
Every friday. Dinner at 9 p.m.

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Englisch erleben in Berlin – und gewinnen! For all our native German Speaking fans Check check out the raffle going on at Wall Street English you might win a Friday Night Dinner at Another Country.Wall Street English
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Quiz Night continues...


8 rounds of questions. Categories include: General Knowledge, Literature, Film & TV, Audio round, a mystery round and a rapid-fire buzzer round.* Only 1 EUR per person. Come with a team or come alone and join a team. PRIZES: The winning team wins a round of drinks and a voucher ...
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Toxic Waste Nuclear Sludge Recall


Dangerous Lead Levels Cause Another Nuclear Sludge Recall: A recall has been issued on a popular candy item due to dangerous levels of lead found in the candy. The candy is called Toxic Waste Nuclear Sludge, and it is manufactured by a company called Candy Dynamics. The company issued a ...
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Winter Days, Winter Nights


Winter Days, Winter NightsAT ANOTHER COUNTRY BOOKSHOP Entrance is free.Drinks are cheap!!!Feel free to just show up. TUESDAY NIGHTS IN DECEMBERFilm starts at 9:00The 7th "Russian Ark" (2002)The 14th "Home Alone" (1990)The 21st "Gremlins" (1984)The 28th "The Thing" (1982) FRIDAY NIGHTS IN DECEMBERDINNER IS SERVED AT 9:30TV starts at 8:00A ...
by kdhm @ 12/7/10 11:33 AM

day late Thanksgiving Dinner this Friday


(this week only €6 due to additional costs for meal)Friday Night Thanksgiving DinnerRoast Turkey with all the trimmings New Glee episode and x factor before dinnerand this years cheesy after Thanksgiving Dinner Musical will be in keeping with Scotland theme Month Brigadoon TV shows start around 8:00Dinner at 9:30 (don´t ...
by kdhm @ 11/24/10 2:24 PM

Tuesday and Friday Films at Bookshop


SCOTTISH FILM MONTHAT ANOTHER COUNTRY BOOKSHOP Entrance is free.Drinks are cheap!!!Feel free to just show up. TUESDAY NIGHTS IN NOVEMBERWe will be showing the new BBC series "Lip Service" set in Glasgow Tuesdays at 8pm followed by a film beginning at 9pm.The 2nd "Highlander" (1986)The 9th "Trainspotting" (1996)The 16th "Local ...
by kdhm @ 11/3/10 3:54 PM

Dinner at 9:30 and Film at 10:45


Tonight´s Film Topper (1937)Topper is a comedy film which tells the story of a stuffy, stuck-in-his-ways man who is haunted by the ghosts of a fun-loving married couple. It was adapted by Eric Hatch, Jack Jevne and Eddie Moran from the novel by Thorne Smith. The film was directed by ...
by kdhm @ 10/22/10 4:10 PM

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THRILLEROTICA

Ken Shakin's new book is out in paperback and digital formats. Thrillerotica. The thriller meets erotica in a marriage made in hell.
www.thrillerotica.com

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E. Lynn Harris

Author E. Lynn Harris died this past Thursday at age 54.

BOOKS

Invisible Life
Just As I Am
And This Too Shall Pass
If This World Were Mine
Abide With Me
Not A Day Goes By
Money Can't Buy Me Love
Any Way the Wind Blows
A Love Of My Own
What Becomes Of The Brokenhearted
I Say a Little Prayer
Just Too Good To Be True
Basketball Jones

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Canadian Science Fiction writer Phyllis Gotlieb Dies

1999 Interview with Phyllis Gotlieb

Novels:

* 1964. Sunburst  
* 1969. Why Should I Have all the grief?  
* 1976. O Master Caliban!  
* 1980. A Judgement of Dragons  
* 1982. Emperor, Swords, Pentacles  
* 1985. The Kingdom of the Cats  
* 1989. Heart of Red Iron  
* 1998. Flesh and Gold  
* 1999. Violent Stars  
* 2002. Mindworlds  
* 2007. Birthstone  

Short Fiction:

* 1959. A Grain of Manhood  
* 1959. Phantom Foot  
* 1960. A Bone to Pick  
* 1960. No End of Time  
* 1961. Gingerbread Boy  
* 1964. Valedictory  
* 1967. Planetoid Idiot  
* 1968. Rogue's Gambit  
* 1969. The Dirty Old Men of Maxsec  
* 1972. Son of the Morning  
* 1973. Mother Lode  
* 1974. The Military Hospital  
* 1977. Sunday's Child  
* 1979. The King's Dogs  
* 1981. Blue Apes  
* 1981. Tauf Aleph  
* 1982. The Newest Profession  
* 1990. The Other Eye  
* 1992. We Can't Go On Meeting Like This  
* 1993. Among You  
* 1997. End City  

Collections:

* 1964. Within the Zodiac  
* 1969. Ordinary, Moving  
* 1972. Son of the Morning and Other Stories  
* 1974. Doctor Umlaut's Earthly Kingdom  
* 1978. The Works: Collected poems  
* 1995. Blue Apes  
* 2002. Red Blood, Black Ink, White Paper: New and Selected Poems, 1961-2001  

Anthologies:

* 1986. Tesseracts 2  

Poems:

* 1975. ms & mr frankenstein  
* 1978. was/man  
* 1994. Geffen & Ravna

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16th June is ....

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City of Books


This Is Where We Live from 4th Estate on Vimeo.

A beautiful stop-motion animation for 4th Estate Publishers 25th Anniversary. Produced by Apt Studio.

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The Yellow Book

beardsley Pictures, Images and Photos

Wikipedia: "The Yellow Book, published in London from 1894 to 1897 by Elkin Mathews and John Lane, later by John Lane alone, and edited by the American Henry Harland, was a quarterly literary periodical (priced at 5s.) that lent its name to the "Yellow" 1890s.

It was a leading journal of the British 1890s; to some degree associated with Aestheticism and Decadence, the magazine contained a wide range of literary and artistic genres, poetry, short stories, essays, book illustrations, portraits, and reproductions of paintings. Aubrey Beardsley was its first art editor, and he has been credited with the idea of the yellow cover, with its association with French fiction of the period. He obtained works by such artists as Charles Conder, William Rothenstein, John Singer Sargent, Walter Sickert, and Philip Wilson Steer. "

All 13 volumes are available to download from www.archive.org in either djvu or pdf formats. Wikipedia has direct links.

Also on archive.org: The later work of Aubrey Beardsley

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Moby Dick?

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The Lost Book Club

Lost,Sawyer,Glasses

ABC has created a nice new mini-site for all the literary references on "Lost". There are "lending only" copies of most of those books at the bookshop (...plus lots of copies of those books by Stephen King that Ben likes.)

Washington Post blog about the books on "Lost".

sawyer glasses

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Zoomii - A new way to browse books on amazon

Things you can with they call 2.0: Zoomii.com - The "Real" Online Bookstore

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A bookshop

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Don't know where I found this....

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How To Turn an iPhone into a Moleskine Book

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Ken Shakin will read this on the internet

Whenever "Grandma gets laid"...

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Jack Kerouac Explains On The Road

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Bildschöne Bücher, a bookshop in Berlin

Story and video over at Monocle: "Less is more is the concept for Bildschöne Bücher, a small bookshop in Berlin that has grown out of the highly successful website 25books.com . "

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Rex Libris

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He Wrote 200,000 Books (but Computers Did Some of the Work)

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Bookcase underneath the stairs

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The Best of William S. Burroughs: 4 CD Box Set

Includes recordings made between 1971 and 1987. Books excerpted on the box set include JUNKY, THE SOFT MACHINE, THE WILD BOYS, NOVA EXPRESS, CITIES OF THE RED NIGHT and NAKED LUNCH.
THE BEST OF WILLIAM BURROUGHS was nominated for the 1999 Grammy Award for Best Boxed Recording Package.

Torrent at Greylodge

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Good Bye Arthur C. Clarke

"New ideas pass through three periods: it can't be done, it probably can be done, but it's not worth doing, and I knew it was a good idea all along!"

  • Arthur C. Clarke

Wired
The Arthur C. Clark Foundation
Home to all things Clarkean

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