Inside Spring 2023
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The Many Faces of Pinocchio
For nearly 150 years, the beloved Italian folktale has been reshaped including Guillermo del Toro’s 2022 film and a related MoMA exhibition
By Claire Voon
Manhattan’s Queen of Bohemia
Zoe Anderson Norris sought justice with her pen
By Eve M. Kahn
Special Supplement
A preview of some of the auctions coming up this spring
Gently Mad
The Age of Parchment
Exploring the link between DNA and premodern manuscripts
Photographs from Ukraine
A Polar High
Robert Falcon Scott’s ‘farewell letter’
In View
A Tradition in Innovation
Three decades of contemporary Indigenous photography
Beyond the Basics
Collectors and Connoisseurship
Surveying different collecting practices
In the Library
Inside Pop-Up Books through the Ages at the Newberry
Fine Maps
Emma Willard’s Cartographic Legacy
Revisiting the educator who pioneered visual learning
Sold @ Auction
In the Spring: Flowers, Fishing & Indepedence
A roundup of first editions, manuscripts, maps, and fine art
On the Block
A Quixotic Collection
The library of Ambassador Jorge Ortiz Linares
How I Got Started
Science fiction & fantasy
Collector Jim Stokes
At the conclusion of Pulitzer Prize winner and Nobel laureate Toni Morrison’s essay, “The Site of Memory,” she details how, when working on a piece,…
Books are very much in the DNA of English writer Edward Brooke-Hitching, the son of rare book collector and dealer Franklin Brooke-Hitching, and…
Fortunat Mueller-Maerki’s passion for collecting books and ephemera related to time began with one clock. When he was a university student in…