The first paparazzo? Jerome Zerbe may have some claim to the title, as the New York Times noted in…
A trio of auctions this week: Bubb Kuyper holds a massive sale from Tuesday, May 21 through Friday…
After the 2013 publication of Nick Basbanes’ On Paper, book artist Tim Ely called the author and…
“Keeping time, time, time,” as Edgar Allan Poe writes in his poem, “The Bells,” preoccupied the…
Charles Dickens was one of the first global literary superstars who finessed his personal brand…
As some readers may recall, we published a feature last autumn called “Booksellers’ Best,” an…
From a quiet auction week to one that's absolutely jam-packed! First, we've got three sales on…
Time to check in with the Harry Ransom Center (HRC) at the University of Texas at Austin and take a…
Literary tourism is big business. While new book festivals continue to spring up, recent research…
New York — An exceptional offering of cartography forms the cornerstone of the Thursday, June 6…
Washington, D.C. — World renowned opera singer and recitalist Jessye Norman has donated thousands…
Dallas, TX – The 1969 fantasy painting Egyptian Queen, one of the most legendary artworks by famed…
Washington, D.C. -- Librarian of Congress Carla Hayden announced today that Richard Ford, author of…
New York – This June 12th, Christie’s Books & Manuscripts department will be presenting two…
London — The Folio Society is delighted to announce they will be publishing the entire series of…
Washington, D.C. -- Historical news reports and breaking news bulletins published by the Washington…
New York City – The New England Society in the City of New York (NES) is pleased to announce the…
Lewes, East Sussex, UK — Our next book sale on Monday May 20th is devoted to the dispersal of a two…
Princess Ketto

Pa-Pa-Paparazzi at the Beinecke

Rebecca Rego Barry

A new exhibition focuses on the mid-century, celebrity-driven photography of Jerome Zerbe.

1894 first edition copy of More English Fairy Tales

Must-See Bindings by the Guild of Women Binders

Peggy Carouthers
Sponsored by Nudelman Rare Books.
Evans map

Landmark Offering of Proof-State Map of the Colonies

A working proof copy of Lewis Evans' General Map of the Middle British Colonies in America, 1755, one of the most influential maps published in Colonial America, is headed to auction.

Peugeot poster

Rare Books &c. at Auction This Week

A trio of auctions are on the calendar this week, featuring vintage posters, graphic design, rare books, and manuscripts.