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Opening March 4: First Major International Exhibition of Sally Mann's Work of the South

Washington, DC—For more than 40 years, Sally Mann (b. 1951) has made experimental, elegiac,... read more

The Eric Carle Museum Presents "Paddington Comes to America"

Amherst, MA—Sixty years ago, the story of a bear from Darkest Peru found a... read more

New, Expanded Paperback Edition of "Rare Books Uncovered" to be Published

Few collectors are as passionate or as dogged in the pursuit of their quarry... read more

Exhibit Exploring Franciscan Imagery Opens at the National Gallery of Art on Feb. 25

Washington, DC—One of the most innovative Italian books of the early baroque period, the... read more

Quinn's Honors Black History Month with Feb. 22 Auction of African American Art and Memorabilia

Falls Church, VA - On Thursday, Feb. 22, Quinn’s Auction Galleries will pay tribute... read more

Early Printed Books on Chess, Astronomy, Medicine & More at Swann March 8

New York—Swann Galleries will offer an auction of Early Printed, Medical, Scientific & Travel... read more

African American History Highlighted in Skinner Auction

Boston, MA—Skinner, Inc. Significant and wide-ranging participation by museums interested in adding to their... read more

Daniel Crouch Rare Books Move Heaven and Earth at TEFAF Maastricht 2018

Daniel Crouch Rare Books will exhibit at the 31st edition of TEFAF Maastricht, with... read more

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2015 Bookseller Resource Guide
July/August 2003
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Buy it Now!
A profile of Gregory Rabassa, the man who brought One Hundred Year's of Solitude, Nobel Prize-winner Gabriel García Márquez' masterpiece, to the English-speaking world.
Hitting the Big One
Overbooked in California
OP's editor explains how Sam Gottlieb's Overbooked in Arizona ruined her life.
Graphic Details
Pictures Tell the Story at Between the Covers Rare Books
BookSense.com's creative director looks at how Between the Covers Rare Books has pioneered the affordable use of antiquarian book photographs to fuel website and catalog sales.
Worlds in a Single Book
One Fine Copy of The Castle of Otranto
The copy of Horace Walpole's gothic novel in the Smithsonian Institution Library tells a fascinating story of the best in the book arts in 18th-century England.
Why I No Longer Sign My Books
When the Pulitzer-prize winner went from respected writer to literary celebrity, his signing hand finally said, "Enough!"

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