November 1, 2012
In the age of eReaders people are buying fewer physical books. Fewer physical books in a home also means fewer bookshelves.
October 30, 2012
Our occasional series of Q&As with bibliomystery authors continues today with Lorna Barrett, author of the Booktown series from Berkley Prime C
September 13, 2012
Our occasional series profiling bibliomystery authors continues today with Marianne MacDonald, author of the Dido Hoare series.  MacDonald's books feature Dido Hoare, an antiquarian bookseller and
September 11, 2012
Can a bookshop exist without books?
August 28, 2012
One of our ongoing concerns here at Fine Books is the intersection of
books and art.  We recently began an occasional series on this blog profiling small, independent publishers who produce exquis
August 21, 2012
Today, we begin an occasional series at Fine Books where we conduct brief interviews with bibliomystery authors.  Lovers of antiquarian books and lovers of mystery novels find few reading pleasures
August 9, 2012
Our series profiling the next generation of antiquarian booksellers continues today with Elizabeth Svendsen
March 29, 2012
Bibliographers are the unsung heroes of the antiquarian book world.  Today marks the start of a new, occasional series at the Fine Books blog where we profile some of these unsung heroes.  We begin
February 21, 2012
While we are always told not to collect books based on assumptions of future value, all of us make the occasional purchase with an eye to future profit.  Collecting based on your personal interests re