Sunday, July 1, 2018

Welcome to Biblio-Connecting July 2018



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ANNOUNCEMENTS OF EXHIBITS, SYMPOSIUMS,
AND OTHER BOOK-RELATED EVENTS


http://detroitbookfest.com


Find the Book Fairs in Your Area


University of Virginia Eminent Miniatures Exhibit


Interview of 2018 Tavistock Books Educational Scholarship Winner:
Ellen Saito





BLOG PICK OF THE MONTH


FBS Member Edward Cifelli's You Don't Say

Edward Cifelli, the newest member of the Florida Bibliophile Society, is the author of Longfellow in Love:  Passion and Tragedy in the Life of the Poet, due out in October (possibly earlier).  In the blog post above, he discusses his reasons for writing about Longfellow.  Ed will give a presentation about his book at the April meeting of the Florida Bibliophile Society.






FOUND ON THE WEB



 About Them Books!


The Treble Clef and Book Lover's Club in Richmond


Studies in Starrett


Liverpool University Press:  the Byron Journal

Decorative Papers at Nostell Priory



Opening the Vatican's Secret Archives



RECENT BLOG POSTS



My Sentimental Library

Logan Pearsall Smith and the Things He Wrote


Biblio Researching

The Demise of Lindmark's Book Shop, Poughkeepsie, New York


RECENT ACQUISITIONS

Bartlett's Book of Anecdotes edited by Clifton Fadiman and AndrĂ© Bernard, Boston:  Little, Brown C., 2000

Eye of the Beholder:  An Illustrated Anthology by Richard Jeffries, Southampton:  Ashford Press Pub., 1987

The World of Suzie Wong by Richard Mason, Tainan, Taiwan:  Universal Book Co., 1959

America (The Book):  A Citizen's Guide to Democracy Inaction by Jon Stewart, New York: Warner Books, 2004

Past Forgetting:  My Love Affair with Dwight D. Eisenhower by Kay Summersby Morgan,  New York:  Simon and Schuster, 1976

Portraits of Courage:  A Commander in Chief's Tribute to American Warrors by George W. Bush, New York:  Crown Publishers, 2017

I was a Teen-Age Dwarf by Max Schulman, New York:  Random House, 1959

The Dickens-Kolle Letters edited by Harry B. Smith, Boston:  The Bibliophile Society, 1910

The Author Looks at Format edited by Ray Freiman, s.l.  American Institute of the Graphic Arts, 1951

The Art of Writing 2800 B.C. to 1930 A.D. by Maggs Bros.  London:  Maggs Bros. 1930

Selections From the Letters of Thomas Sergeant Perry edited by Edwin Arlington Robinson, New York:  Macmillan Company, 1929

You Don't Say:  Random Essays and Fugitive Thoughts by Edward M. Cifelli, Bloomington:  iUniverse, 2017

Hidden History of the Mid-Husdon Valley: Stories From the Albany Post Road by Carney and Tatiana Rhinevault, Charleston: The History Press, 2011

The Firm of Charles Ottley, Landon & Co.: Footnote to an Enquiry by John Carter and Graham Pollard, London: Rubert Hart-Davis, 1948

The Harvard Book: Selections From Three Centuries edited by William Bentinck-Smith,  Cambridge: Harvard University Press, 1955, second printing (advertised as the 1982 Revised Edition)

The Harvard Book:  Selections From Three Centuries, Revised Edition edited by William Bentinck-Smith, Cambridge:  Harvard University Press, 1982.  The Revised Edition contains an essay I wanted that wasn't published until 1978:  "Memories and Reflections on the Occasion of Reading Samuel Johnson by my Former Neighbor, Mr. Walter Jackson Bate" by Kevin Starr.

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