bibliotourism

We’re one week away from Rare Book Week in New York City, which runs roughly March 4-11 this year and features three major antiquarian book fairs, five book & manuscript auctions, and a dozen

Florida — The FABS Study Tour of the Tampa Bay area April 22-26, 2020 is now open to all booklovers to sign up and enjoy. Tour participants will be given free one-year membership in the Florida Bibliophile Society. Membership in a FABS sister club is not required.
   
If you want to take a mini Florida vacation in addition to the Tour, the Hotel Indigo has extended its discount

What used to be a biannual accounting of newly published books about books has become quarterly, it seems, which is good news for bibliophiles. So what are the freshest books in our favorite genre?  

Sure, we all know Hay-on-Wye, but how many other book towns can you name? How about forty-four more? In his new book, Book Towns: Forty-Five Paradises of the Printed Word, author Alex Johnson outlines the world's biblio-havens, from Hobart, New York, to

With the holiday season fast upon us, we have already posted our shortlist of bookish gift ideas, which includes five recently published books about books worthy of your attention. Today, we're going to add five just-released titles to our

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England's Lake District is a well-known spot for biblio-tourism. Against a backdrop of beautiful scenery, poetic souls revel in the words of Wordsworth. But, as Craig Manor Hotel reminds us with this awesome infographic, there are more "Lakeland scribes" to enjoy in this literary landscape.

Papa.jpgThe Ernest Hemingway biopic, Papa