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Sir Arthur Conan Doyle (1859-1930) is perhaps best remembered for creating the intrepid detective Sherlock Holmes. Today, numerous clubs, such as the Baker Street Irregulars, devote themselves to understanding all things Sherlockian. Heavy-hitting collectors such as former Apple chief technology officer Glen Miranker, Dan Posnansky, and

If you've got your hands on a copy of our just-released fall issue, you'll note Catherine Batac Walder's article on Harry Potter's twentieth anniversary and Bloomsbury's new 'House-specific' anniversary editions of the book that started it all, Harry Potter and the Philosopher's Stone. Walder

The Arcadian Library and Bloomsbury Publishing are delighted to announce the launch of Arcadian Library Online ( today, enabling all to discover how the Middle East and the West have interacted over a thousand year period ?and how this relationship has directly resulted in the advancement of science,

Perhaps it is too obvious to say, but handwriting tugs at the heartstrings of book collectors. We look for and place value on signatures, inscriptions, and marginalia. So the idea that handwriting might someday be obsolete is unsettling. Put in context, however, bibliophiles will note some fascinating parallels between this divide and the one that Gutenberg faced five hundred years ago. Anne