- From the Globe and Mail, a profile of Alberto Manguel in his new role as director of Argentina's national library.
- An 800-word Harry Potter prequel written by J. K. Rowling and sold for charity in 2008 was stolen from Birmingham last month.
- The BBC reported this week on the identification of an early Caxton leaf at the University of Reading.
- Rebeccca Rego Barry writes for the Fine Books Blog about Maggs Bros. new headquarters, which will open on 24 May.
- Ruth Guilding has a "First Person" profile of T. J. Cobden-Sanderson for the TLS.
- Alex Preston writes for the Observer on "How real books have trumped ebooks," drawing on several recent studies showing a recent increase in print book sales.
- Another security alert from the ABAA, for a copy of Steele's Essay upon Gardening (1793) believed stolen from the New York Book Fair.
- Lloyd Cotsen, known for his collection of children's books which now form the Cotsen Children's Library at Princeton, died this week at age 88. See the LATimes obituary.
- A new digital archive, Early American Serialized Novels, is now available.
- Christopher Lancette writes for the Fine Books Blog about his visit to the Washington Antiquarian Book Fair, and about rediscovering a love for his own library.
- Dalya Alberge writes for the Guardian about the forged Dylan artwork mentioned here last month.
- Elizabeth Yale's piece in the Atlantic on the new film "The Circle" asks "how can the past be used to reimagine women’s technological agency?"
- John Boles' Jefferson: Architect of American Liberty; review by Jonathan Yardley in the WaPo.
- Matthew Rubery's The Untold Story of the Talking Book; review by Matthew P. Brown for Public Books.
- 19th & 20th Century Literature at Swann Galleries on 16 May.
- Rare Books, Manuscripts, Maps & Photographs at Lyon & Turnbull on 17 May.
- Fine Literature & Fine Books at PBA Galleries on 18 May.
- Medieval and Renaissance Manuscripts and Continental and Russian Books and Musical Manuscripts at Sotheby's London on 23 May.