Inside Winter 2020
Read Online
Fine Books Profile
Dana Gioia
The former California Poet Laureate on reading, writing, and collecting
By Ernest Hilbert
Take Me Back to Tulsa
The archives of Woody Guthrie and Bob Dylan are rejuvenating a town
By Holly George-Warren
Gently Mad
Keeping it Together
A success story: Edith Wharton's library
Revisiting William Blake
Wolfson's Den
A Tattered Mummy
Early feminist sci-fi gets its due
In View
Photographs of the Fantastic
Art that asks us to suspend disbelief
Beyond the Basics
The Lives of Book Collectors
Remembering our predecessors
Fine Maps
Operation Overlord
Mapmakers' contributions to D-Day
From Sir Thomas More to Agatha Christie
A roundup of first editions, manuscripts, maps, and fine art
On the Block
Sky-High Sci-Fi
Extraordinary results for science fiction and fantasy art
How I Got Started
Bicycle Travelogues
Collector John W. Loy
How individual collectors have influenced a national collection
A Boston exhibit tells the fascinating story behind an early American library
In "Mark Twain and the Holy Land," the New-York Historical Society celebrates the author’s first novel