Jason Chin, Caldecott Winner 2022, in Conversation with Will McCullam

Sponsored by Northern Ohio Bibliophilic Society Jason Chin is an author and illustrator of children's books dealing with nature and science. His books have won both the Sibert (the Informational Book) and Orbis (writing for Nonfiction for Children) Medals. His most recent book, Watercress (2021) won the Caldecott and Newbery Awards. It is the story […]

Virtual Tour of “Building the Book” from Rare Book School and Grolier

Sponsored by The Grolier Club Dec 7, 6:00-7:30pm, Eastern time A Virtual Tour of  "Building the Book From the Ancient World to the Present Day: Five Decades of Rare Book School and the Book Arts Press." Join "Building the Book" curators Barbara Heritage and Ruth-Ellen St. Onge for a pre-recorded virtual tour of the exhibition […]

Virtual Symposium: “Building the Book: Makers, Teachers, Collectors”

Sponsored by The Grolier Club Symposium on the themes of the Rare Book School exhibition, "Building the Book from the Ancient World to the Present Day: Five Decades of Rare Book School & the Book Arts Press," running in The Grolier Club's ground-floor exhibition hall from September 28 through December 23, 2022. Symposium speakers and […]

Manuscript Monday: The Tile Club (1877-1887) [American Decorative Arts]

Sponsored by The Manuscript Society Manuscript Monday – The Tile Club 1877-1887 Monday, November 7, 2022;   8:00PM-9:00 Eastern Presenter: Dr. Stuart Embury     Moderator: Brian Kathenes The Tile Club was one of many societies that formed across the United States during the late nineteenth century. It included well-known artists; Winslow Homer, William Merritt Chase, Augustus Saint-Gaudens, […]

Virtual Panel: From Jikji to Gutenberg (Symposium on Cast Metal Type)

Sponsored by The Grolier Club About this event An international scholarly collaboration, the "From Jikji to Gutenberg" project will culminate in publications and exhibitions related to the origins of printing from cast-metal type, commemorating the 650th anniversary of the Korean printed book "Jikji." Speakers will include Randy Silverman, Preservation Librarian, University of Utah Marriott Library; […]

The Literary Archive of Elizabeth Coatsworth and Kate Barnes, Mother and Daughter

Sponsored by The Baxter Society Wed. Nov. 9 at 7:00pm Eastern Time Open to all members of FABS Societies. Email baxtersociety@gmail.com to request a link, which will be sent on the morning of the event. Jefferson Navicky, Archivist and Sarah E. Baker, Curator, both of the Maine Women Writers Collection at the University of New […]

Jessica Star and Ben Maggs: What It’s Like Being Rare Book Dealers in London

Sponsored by The Book Club of Washington Online Sunday, November 13, 12 pm (PDT) Register for this event on The Book Club of Washington’s website: www.bookclubofwashington.org Jessica Starr (Jarndyce Antiquarian Booksellers) and Ben Maggs (Maggs Bros. Ltd.)  will provide a glimpse behind the curtain of the rare book trade in London, discussing how they became […]

Virtual Lecture: Denise Gigante and “Book Madness”

Sponsored by The Grolier Club Mon Nov 14, 6:00-7:30 Eastern time Denise Gigante, a professor in the Humanities at Stanford University, will lecture on her new publication, "Book Madness: A Story of Book Collectors in America." For this fascinating history of American bookishness, Prof. Gigante's springboard is the sale of Charles Lamb's library in 1848 […]

Virtual Lecture: Black Cartoonist Oliver Harrington

Sponsored by The Grolier Club Nov 15, 6:00pm-7:30 Eastern time Georgia physician Walter Evans, collector of historical and contemporary African American art and literature, in conversation with Jenny Robb, Head Curator of Comics and Cartoon Art at the Ohio State University's Billy Ireland Cartoon Library & Museum, about Black cartoonist Oliver "Ollie" Harrington (1912-1995). Harrington […]

Adolph Sutro and the Bradshawe Library Pamphlets (English Civil War)

Sponsored by The Book Club of California 6:00-7:15 pm Pacific time; In-person and virtual presentation In the Sutro Library, now housed in the J. Paul Leonard Library of San Francisco State University, are 40 bound volumes containing some 1400 pamphlets mostly from the period of the English Civil War (1640-1660). Each volume, with one or […]