Summer 2017

The Lost Libraries of London

A walking tour through one of the world’s great book towns focuses on historic collections dispersed by auction, war, and fire

By A. N. Devers

Of Pen Pals and Pop-Ups

Catching up with author and illustrator Nick Bantock, whose Griffin & Sabine dominated the bestseller lists 25 years ago

By Colleen Smith

Biblio360

Our annual guide to book clubs, classes, fairs, & more

Gently Mad

The Library of America

The distinguished series reaches a milestone

Digest

Chicago’s American Writers Museum Opens

book An Orchardist’s Library

art Pochoir & La Prose

object Circus Souvenirs

The Library of America

The distinguished series reaches a milestone

Record-Breaker

Inhabiting Virginia

A rare map changes hands

In View

Camera-Ready Victorians

The William Henry Fox Talbot Catalogue Raisonné

Beyond the Basics

Reading the Mail

The letters of bibliophiles

In the Library

Family Heirlooms

Winterthur’s Memorial Library

Fine Maps

Panorama of War

A bird’s-eye view of Gettysburg

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Sharks—and Martians—Attack!

A roundup of first editions, manuscripts, and fine art

On the Block

The Kennedy Connection

A trove of historic letters found
in Wales

How I Got Started

Literary Travel Books

Collector Susann Bishop