books about books

September 20, 2022
In our current issue, the Editor’s Shelf features “Five Picks for Autumnal Reading.” All fall under the category of ‘books
September 9, 2022
The first trailer for the forthcoming adaptation of The Storied Life of A.J.
August 19, 2022
In our summer issue, we took a closer look at the recently published book,
August 11, 2022
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
August 5, 2022
In our current issue, Nick Basbanes talks with historians Andrew Pettegree and Arthur Der Weduwen about their latest book, "The Library: A Fragile History."
July 14, 2022
My collecting began with Civil War artifacts when I was a teenager. My mother, an elementary school teacher, had a keen eye for antiques and our home had several pieces of Shaker furniture.
June 9, 2022
Five fabulous books comprise our summer issue’s Editor’s Shelf: two nonfiction, three fiction, all exceedingly bookish and highly r
April 8, 2022
Earlier this week, we learned the sad news that Florida book collector Jerry Morris, whom we profiled in our winter 2015 issu
March 29, 2022
Sara Gran, LA novelist and screenwriter, has a new bibliomystery out entitled "
March 23, 2022
At a time when most fictional detectives seem to have some kind of unusual quirk, terrible relationship history, or appalling skeleton in the closet, it’s nice to come across the virtuous and jolly