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AntiquarianAuctions.com Auction #68, July 19-26

AntiquarianAuctions.com is an online auction site dedicated to the sale of rare and out-of... read more

The 5th Annual Brooklyn Antiquarian Book Fair Will Kick Off Brooklyn Book Week

It's big! Book lovers by the hundreds, will be heading to Brooklyn this Fall... read more

The Artist Book Foundation Presents Recent Works by Carole Feuerman

North Adams, Massachusetts—The Artist Book Foundation (TABF) will celebrate the Hyperrealist sculptor Carole Feuerman... read more

Doyle to Auction Angling Books From the Collection of Arnold "Jake" Johnson

New York - Doyle is pleased to auction an extensive collection of angling books... read more

Bob Dylan Handwritten Letter Among Highlights at RR Auction

Boston, MA - A handwritten letter from Bob Dylan to an old Greenwich Village... read more

Early English Books in Boston: a July Event at Skinner

Boston, MA - Skinner, Inc. is hosting a live auction of Early English Books:... read more

Getty Museum Announces Landmark Acquisition of the Rothschild Pentateuch

Los Angeles - The J. Paul Getty Museum announced today the acquisition of the... read more

Science Fiction Posters Expected to be Among Prized Lots at Heritage Auctions

Dallas, TX - A Star Trek poster by illustrator Bob Peak is expected to... read more

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See what readers are saying about Fine Books’ return to print

I can’t express my delight that you are planning to return to a print format. Although your website is wonderful and easy to navigate, it just can’t replace holding the magazine in your hand.

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Richard Sica

I am so glad that you are bringing back your print magazine. I have been grateful for the e- version and blog, but it is not the same as settling down in an easy chair or reading myself to sleep with the magazine. I know that a lot of other publications are downsizing or going digital, but it just seemed wrong that a publication about books in print would not itself be in print.

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Lois Jackson

I just received an email informing me of the magazine’s return to a print publication. As a former subscriber I am very glad to hear that, and I just completed my subscription to the new quarterly magazine … Frankly, I never expected the magazine to return to print. I am not one who enjoys reading online publications. So, I’m happy that you are able to return to print as it has been a long time between copies. So, looking forward to the first next copy, or the next first copy, or the new next first quarterly copy.

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Nicholas Harrell

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