We're open 7 days a week. Mon, Tues, Wed, Fri, Sat: 10-6; Thur: 10-8:30; Sun: 12-5Loganberry Books is an independently owned & operated bookstore in the historic Larchmere neighborhood of Cleveland, Ohio. Established in 1994, we feature a carefully curated collection of new, used & rare books in all genres for both readers and collectors, with an inventory of over 100,000 volumes (give or take - we're still counting!). Browse our shelves, check out our event calendar, sign up for our monthly email news, order a book, or learn about our history. If it isn't listed on our (imperfect, homegrown) online store, we have affiliate sites that can help you order almost any book in print, eBooks, or audiobooks (see links below). Or just give us jingle (phone/email) or come by and see us! Please see our directions page for accessibility information.
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We're featuring Arcadia Publishing and The History Press, Counterpoint, Story Plant, Milkweed Editions, Floating World, Gray Wolf Comics, Tin House, CSU Poetry Center, University of Pittsburgh Press, Kent State University Press, University of Nebraska Press, and a variety of 'zines and other small-format publications, too!
"The Guardians of Transportation used to be one of those things that you would drive by, notice, wonder what the story was, and promptly forget. Over time, their history has become better known. They have grown into symbols of Cleveland. A few months ago, I was asked to photograph them for The Ohio History Connection’s magazine, Echoes. I almost never work this way but I have a long history with the folks in Columbus. the result was these images. I wanted to show the Guardians in their environment. First priority, of course, was to avoid getting run over by a bakery truck."
Chuck studied photography at Maine Photographic Workshop, Parsons School of Design, International Center for Photography, Lakeland Community College and Cuyahoga Community College. He has a BSEE from Purdue University and an MSEE from Cleveland State University. He serves on advisory boards at the Cleveland Print Room and the Artists Archive of the Western Reserve. Chuck is a Life Director at Jewish Family Services of Cleveland. His work can be found in museums, including the Smithsonian Museum of American History, and private and corporate collections in North America, Europe and Asia.
This artist was awarded an Ohio Arts Council Individual Excellence Award for 2017 and 2015.
This exhibit runs from September 1 - 30, 2022
Best Bookstore in Ohio, Mental Floss 2019 & 2022!
Best of Cleveland, Cleveland Magazine, 2018
Best Bookstore, Scene Magazine 2015, 2017, 2019