The unofficial kickoff to summer is upon us! Whether you will find yourself in London or Edinburgh, Chicago or Portland this summer, there are many antiquarian book fairs and book festivals to keep in mind, including:
Paris, tu es ma gaieté, Paris...
Spring in Paris--is there anything better? Doubtful. The icing on the cake? Today through April 15, the Grand Palais hosts the Salon International du Livre Rare et de l'Objet d'Art. This year the Salon is backed by France's UNESCO commission and presented by president Emmanuel
Pausing only to put our snowshoes and extra warm jumpers away, Marcia and I went to the airport to go to the SELAC fair (Salon européen du livre ancien et de la gravure de Colmar).
Colmar is a very nice little town in Alsace, just inside France. The border is so close that in the airport you choose whether to
We are delighted to announce the roll-out of Southern New England Antiquarian Booksellers (SNEAB), with 146 members from Connecticut, Massachusetts and Rhode Island. We have organized to promote our mutual interest in selling antiquarian books, issuing an annual directory, now available, maintaining a website, www.sneab.com, sponsoring book and ephemera
February 19, 2014, Chapel Hill, NC—Antiquarian book dealers, collectors, and the intellectually curious will gather in New York City for Rare Book Week, April 1-8, 2014. Coordinated by Fine Books & Collections magazine, Rare Book Week is the largest gathering of its kind anywhere in the world.
Rare Book Week is headlined by the 54th annual New York Antiquarian Book
The new edition of the ILAB Directory has recently been published. It contains all names, addresses and specialities of the ILAB dealers who are organized in 22 national associations and who are located in 32 countries all over the world.
The new Directory, in a wonderful new design, will be handed out at all major ILAB Book Fairs from San Francisco to Paris to New York,