Today the winners of the inaugural David Ruggles Prize, a new national book collecting prize established to support and encourage young collectors of color,
August 30, 2022
August 5, 2022
In our current issue, Nick Basbanes talks with historians Andrew Pettegree and Arthur Der Weduwen about their latest book, "The Library: A Fragile History."
July 28, 2022
James Fleming, nephew of James Bond creator Ian Fleming and editor of The Book Collector, published an illuminating book last year that explores a shadowy corner of the 007 universe: how t
July 14, 2022
My collecting began with Civil War artifacts when I was a teenager. My mother, an elementary school teacher, had a keen eye for antiques and our home had several pieces of Shaker furniture.
April 21, 2022
On April 29, an endearing documentary called Hello, Bookstore will debut at New York City’s Film Forum.
April 8, 2022
Earlier this week, we learned the sad news that Florida book collector Jerry Morris, whom we profiled in our winter 2015 issu
March 29, 2022
Sara Gran, LA novelist and screenwriter, has a new bibliomystery out entitled "
March 17, 2022
“Strange, that the mere identity of paper and ink should be so powerful. In truth, the original manuscript has always something which print itself must inevitably lose.
January 11, 2022
Debuting later this week at the Huntington Library, Art Museum, and Botanical Gardens is an exhibition called Mapping Fiction that
December 22, 2021
For the past six years, we have checked in with consummate reader Linda Aragoni of the Great Penformances blog for her appraisal of the