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"Expired" Photographs by Kerry Mansfield, Homage to Well-Read Library Books

Expired (October 2017) is an exquisite new monograph by American photographic artist Kerry Mansfield... read more

"Milton in Translation" Released to Mark 350 Years Since "Paradise Lost"

The works of John Milton have been translated more than 300 times and into... read more

Humboldt's Magnum Opus Exceeds Expectations at National Book Auctions

The July 15, 2017 sale at National Book Auctions (NBA) featured a broad range... read more

Exhibition at Harvard's Houghton Library Explores the History of the Human Search for Something More

Cambridge, MA (July 2017) -- The search for something beyond the limits of ordinary... read more

Harvard's Special Collections Library Marks its 75th Anniversary with the Question: "Who Cares?"

Cambridge, MA (July 2017) - Houghton Library, Harvard College’s primary rare books and manuscripts... read more

Fourth Annual Brooklyn Antiquarian Book Fair, September 8-10

There’s even more to experience, more to enjoy and - best of all --... read more

New Book Offers Practical Guidance for Valuing Objects in Cultural Collections

Facet Publishing have announced the release of Freda Matassa’s new book Valuing Your Collection:... read more

Iconic Images Offered During Heritage's Online Photographs Auction

DALLAS, Texas — Some of the most recognizable cultural figures and historical events are... read more

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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

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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