Drugstore Books is a small writing collective founded on the belief that a good read doesn’t have to follow mainstream formulas. In fact, we believe that it’s a much better read if it doesn’t. At Drugstore, we like the kind of books that were once picked off a revolving rack while waiting for the bus from Nowheresville to Dreamsburg. All our titles are printed on demand and delivered to your doorstep when you order through these links. Alternatively, you could order from your local bookstore or through amazon.com. No matter where you order from, you’ll be getting a high-quality genre-bending book and you’ll also be getting it cheaper. So spin the rack and take a look at our titles to see for yourself.

Drugstore’s soda jerks:

Ed ScribblerEd Scribbler, Editor in Chief, is also our social media maestro and sullen – er, happy and welcoming – face to the world. Ed smokes two packs of filterless Chesterfield before breakfast and never misses a tweet. He didn’t go to high school.



Paul New AboutPaul j Rogers (1970-?) likes books, bikes and beer. An Englishman by birth, he left Somerset (via north London) to walk the earth and ended up in Seoul. Currently an assistant professor, he gets his kicks by grading student papers and making Line 2 rush hour commutes. Failing that, he downs shots.



Nick Cody is not the successful comedian from Australia with the same name. This Nick was born in the Rocky Mountains and grew up in the prairie lands of the American Midwest. His hometown has both a lake and a river. He is still single and is currently living in Seoul, employed by a reputable university to teach English and other related subjects. He writes about Cata during taxi rides to school. He has no sisters.

Andrew Oberg (1977-) is a university wonk currently wonking on the south side of Shikoku, Japan. He lives with his wife and two daughters in Kochi City, burdened by being out of place but in time. Writing is both salve and master, and so Andrew frets over his posts while he squints his way through page after page of philosophical and religious texts, determined to find just what it is down there. All of Andrew’s books can be previewed on The Book Rack and his academic works in philosophy and other writing can be found at his personal website (Photo by Laitche).


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