Jeremy Howell

This fall, the Morgan Library will be exhibiting some of its most bejeweled medieval books in the show Magnificent Gems: Medieval Treasure Bindings. The exhibition, which is running September 2017 through January 2018, will include a dazzling collection of treasure bindings adorned with sapphires, diamonds, emeralds, pearls, and garnets and other precious stones.

 

The Country Bookshop in Southern Pines, North Carolina, not far from the world famous Pinehurst No. 2 golf course, has an expert stocking its shelves. Bill Maher, a retried history professor, gets people coming back to the shop for one reason: He knows his stuff.

A new exhibit will soon be getting off the ground--literally­-- at The Morgan Library and Museum. This Friday marks the opening day of The Morgan's annual Summer Sculpture Series exhibit. This year's featured artist is Monika Grzymala, a Berlin-based sculptor who has created

This week, the British Library announced that for three days in 2015, they will kick off a year long 800th anniversary celebration for the Magna Carta by bringing together the last four surviving original copies of the document for the very first

In February Fine Books & Collections covered The National Endowment for the Humanities' grant to The American Writers Museum Foundation. The Foundation received the grant to help begin what will become the first museum dedicated to America's great writers. The Foundation continues to move forward with the project,

At three o'clock on Friday, the California International Antiquarian Book Fair opened its doors to the public for the 46th time. This was to be my first visit to the fair that I had heard called, "the biggest and best book fair in America."  

When I arrived at five o'clock the fair was in full swing. Hundreds of expectant dealers and eager buyers had gathered inside the