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Meet our booksellers and some of their latest favourite books

One thing that sets Bookmark apart is our team of knowledgeable and enthusiastic booksellers. No matter what you’re in search of when you walk into our store, someone on staff is sure to have the perfect suggestion for you! Not sure which bookseller will be the most helpful in your next quest for biblio-bliss? Click below to learn our individual tastes and interests.
 
Adam's PicksSee more
Adam is a part-time artist, full-time book champion. He reads almost exclusively Philosophy and Graphic Fiction.  (This makes a good balance - intellectual stimulation and colourful pictures!) Working around so many books provides a never-ending well of inspiration, so he counts himself as pretty lucky.
 
Dan' s PicksSee more
Dan is living his dream of owning and working in a bookstore. He enjoys reading poetry, books on political science, theology, social justice, gardening and the occassional good novel. He has an on-going obsession with anything by or about Wendel Berry, books about books and a developing obsession with books about trees.
Lori's PicksSee more
Lori has been a book nerd for as long as she can remember. She even won her elementary school read-a-thon in grade four!  She discovered the joys of Atlantic Canadian and Canadian literature in university but her first love is murder...mysteries that is.  If you ever go missing,  rest assured she's on the case. 
Marlene's PicksSee more
Ryan's PicksSee more
Ryan is an occasional editor who moved to Charlottetown in 2015. He enjoys making music and reading about anything that strikes his fancy.
Shannon's PicksSee more
Shannon enjoys reading fantasy, young adult and historical fiction. Sadly, most of her favourite authors are dead...with some exceptions.
 

"Books are the carriers of tradition and the seeds of change; a source of solitary enjoyment and communal celebration; beautiful physical objects and abstract spaces for language and thought; work and pleasure; desirable and burdensome; always doomed and always thriving; cheap thrills and pricey enlightenment; worth talking about, worth fighting for, worth loving, worth sharing, worth making a life about."

--Jessica Stockton, events coordinator at McNally Robinson Booksellers, New York City