In the age of snippet reviews, being a wordy blogger may seem disadvantageous. But not for me. I could never have written my book otherwise, writes Kate Jackson.
"I was terribly saddened to learn of the death of John Dunning," writes
It’s no secret that bibliophiles who enjoy reading fiction are often drawn to novels set in bookshops.
In 1936, Carolyn Wells published
Sara Gran, LA novelist and screenwriter, has a new bibliomystery out entitled "
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
It’s always reassuring to discover other readers who revel in their bibliophilia.
Readers may have noticed something new in our recent issues: a little section up front we call “Editor’s Bookshelf.” It’s a brief list of new or forthcoming books that we think will most appeal to
A bumper crop of books about books this summer/early fall has kept me up past my bedtime, and all to your benefit, dear reader.
In our current issue, Nicholas Basbanes profiles author and book collector Bradford Morrow, whose new novel,