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Sci-Fi from the Stanley Simon Estate Breaks Records in Swann Literature Auction

New York—Science fiction ruled on May 15 at Swann Galleries’ auction of 19th &... read more

MoMA Announces Major Acquisitions from the Merrill C. Berman Collection

New York—The Museum of Modern Art has acquired more than 300 masterworks of The... read more

Sunday Comics & "New Yorker" Covers Lead Swann's Sale of Illustration Art

New York — Swann Galleries will offer an auction of Illustration Art on Tuesday,... read more

Original Tintin Art by Hergé May Bring $720,000 in Heritage's First European Comic Art Auction

Dallas, TX - An extraordinary, 12-panel page of Original Tintin Art by Belgian cartoonist... read more

Highlights of Christie's Spring Sales of Books & Manuscripts to be Held on June 14

New York—Christie’s announces the spring various owner sale of Fine Printed Books & Manuscripts... read more

"Medieval/Modern": Dr. J√∂rn G√ľnther Rare Books Will Open Exhibition to Complement Art Basel

Complementing Art Basel 2018, Dr. J√∂rn G√ľnther Rare Books will open its doors for... read more

New England Society Book Awards Winners Announced

New York—The NES Book Awards are made in four categories: Art & Photography, Fiction,... read more

World Record Comic Book & Art Auction Surpasses $12.2 Million at Heritage Auctions

Dallas, TX - Chicago’s largest public auction dedicated to vintage comic books and original... read more

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Departments

Digest

The NCBCC is Back

The “old college try” could be worth $2,500 By Christopher Lancette

Fine Books Review

Beauty and the Book

Richard Minsky’s The Art of American Book Covers, 1875-1930 By Rebecca Rego Barry

Dear Reader

The Promise of Spring

Fine Books back in print, and a ticket to Mississippi By Rebecca Rego Barry

Biblio 360

Exclusive guide to online exhibits

Calendar

Find book fairs and auctions in your area or around the world.

Featured Columns

Gently Mad

Down South

Books, art, music, and food on the Mississippi Delta Literary Tour By Nicholas Basbanes

Gently Mad – 8.1

Collect, Protect, and Preserve

Meet the new archivist of the United States By Nicholas Basbanes

Sold@Auction

Collecting Print

A Gutenberg leaf and a million-dollar comic book By Ian McKay

Crimes Against Humanities

Ex-Libri

Italian book thief Guglielmo Libri’s stolen Descartes letters By Jeremy Dibbell

Fine Books Interview

Folio Fellow

Robert Pranzatelli talks to Fine Books about his new literary magazine Interview by Rebecca Rego Barry