Curious Book Shop is a used and rare book store located in downtown East Lansing. Originally started in a basement in 1969, the store has since expanded to three floors of over 50,000 well-organized books, magazines, and other paper items.
We take great pride in supplying books to the community - everything from recent paperbacks to scarce antiquarian titles. Our staff members are knowledgeable and dedicated to good customer service. Shop specialties are science fiction, mystery, children's books, Michigan history, sports memorabilia, and old magazines of every variety. We invite you to stop by and browse.
10:00 AM to 7:00 PM Monday - Saturday
12:00 PM to 5:00 PM Sunday
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New inventory comes in constantly! And more of it than you'd probably think. Check back often to see what's new, or try emailing us if you're looking for something you just can't find.
We have expanded our comics section! Even more. We've also added even more signed science fiction paperbacks, in time for the gift-giving season, and we've got a bunch of interesting new books in as well. We're constantly adding hundreds of items to our shelves.
Did you know you can now find NEW BOOKS at Curious? Our selection includes local authors, Michigan-specific titles, counter-culture titles, modern favorites (including John Green, Neil Gaiman, and Howard Zinn), and some of the latest new releases.
Classicon 49 is Saturday, June 18, 2016!
Classicon is a one-day Pulp, Paper, and Comic Book Show held twice a year. The show features pulp magazines and pulp-related items, including magazines, digests, paperbacks, comic books, pinups, original paperback art, posters, calendars, classic pin-up art, and more.
If you're interested in The Shadow, Doc Savage, Batman, Superman, Wonder Woman, the X Men, Bettie Page, Marilyn Monroe, classic dime novels, classic science fiction . . . this show might be too good to miss!
Some of Ray's book reviews can be found on our blog, where you can read the full review and browse others from the archive. Take a look!