Slightly abbreviated this week since I'm still on the road - I'll catch up with any missed reviews/&c. next Sunday.
- Here's what we need: a bookstore night! Buenos Aires has one, as reported by NPR this week.
- Writing for "History Now," Joanne Freeman reminds us of violence in Congresses past. [h/t Dan Cohen]
- At the AAS blog, an introduction their Printers' File, a 134-drawer collection of data on American printers.
- From McSweeney's, the Gutenberg Christmas Catalogue, 1608.
- Sarah at Wynken de Worde lists her "most influential book history tools of the decade."
- The Little Professor reviews the new "Sherlock Holmes" movie.
- Peter Ackroyd's The Casebook of Victor Frankenstein: review by Clea Simon in the Boston Globe.
- Gordon Wood's The Empire of Liberty: review by Mark Noll in Books & Culture.