Recent Publications

The founding, organization, and expansion of a major American university library over more than three centuries is the focus of I Give These Books: The History of Yale University Library 1656 -
A new series from the Library of Congress invites readers to experience the Library’s treasures in compact, accessible books that curate a unique collection of objects and bring them to life with c
The extraordinary manuscript of George Orwell’s 1984 has been published by SP Books in a beautifully bound limited edition.
To celebrate the centenary of one of the most important poems of the 20th century, the
Scholars have long known that William Shakespeare frequently adapted older, now-lost court plays for the public stage. However, they have never been able to determine who wrote them.
Catskill, NY — For a brief twenty years as the 19th turned into the 20th century, Americans were often beguiled, entertained, and sometimes dazzled by the attractively designed and often gold-laden
London — To mark the 120th anniversary of a story that has delighted countless children, the Folio Society is excited to publish exclusive editions of Beatrix Potter’s inimitable classic,
San Francisco — The Arion Press, one of the nation’s foremost producers of fine press artist books, announces the publication of Woolgathering, a
Paris —  Independent publisher SP Books released the only surviving manuscript of John Milton’s Paradise Lost,
London — The greatest classic of fantasy fiction and one of the most celebrated stories of all time,