The Fine Books Blog: Recent
Current Events & Trends October 6, 2021
Strand Magazine, continuing a fine tradition of uncovering "lost" works, has discovered a previously unpublished story by Tennessee Williams. The story was found in the archives of Houghton Library at Harvard University.
Current Events & Trends October 5, 2021
A major new collection focusing on the literary and scientific history of climate change dating back to the fifteenth century will go on display at Frieze Masters Art Fair this month in the run-up to the 2021 United Nations Climate Change
Current Events & Trends October 4, 2021
Here are the sales I'll be watching this week:
Book People October 1, 2021
Medieval manuscripts dealer Les Enluminures of Paris, New York, and Chicago is celebrating thirty years in the business this fall.
Current Events & Trends September 30, 2021
The Federal Writers’ Project, the writing/publishing arm of the Works Progress Administration, has become topical in the literary world again.
Book Reviews September 29, 2021
It’s always reassuring to discover other readers who revel in their bibliophilia.
Current Events & Trends September 28, 2021
You read that right, Lovecraft fans! Coming to auction on October 14 is a 16-leaf autographed manuscript of H. P.
Current Events & Trends September 27, 2021
Here are the auctions I'll be watching this week:
Current Events & Trends September 23, 2021
Centuries’ worth of scribbled notes and doodles in manuscripts and early printed books will be revealed tomorrow in Bryn Mawr College’s new exhibition, Private Lives of Old Books: Recovering Personal Histories
Bright Young Booksellers September 22, 2021
Our Bright Young Booksellers series continues today with Emma Balch of Hay-on-Wye in Wales, proprietor of The Story of Books, a former bookshop that has transitioned into an incubator for a variety of bookish projects and productions in the UK: