- Over at JHIBlog, Fiore Sireci on "Reading (with) Wollstonecraft."
- Brittney Washington writes for The Collation on "A Pamphlet War in England, 1641–1643."
- Also on The Collation, Sarah Lindenbaum reports on her recent identification of two more Frances Wolfreston books in the Folger's collections.
- On the LARB blog, Andy Fitch interviews Amaranth Borsuk about her new book The Book, published as part of the MIT Press "Essential Knowledge" series.
- The University of Southern Maine has formally received the map collection of Harold Osher.
- "Pressing On: The Letterpress Film" was released on DVD/streaming this week.
- In the CHE, Geoffrey Pullum on "Strunk at 100: A Centennial Not to Celebrate."
- Barbara Basbanes Richter writes for the FB&C blog about a 4 July 1776 document currently up for sale.
- The Plantin-Moretus Museum and Hendrik Conscience Heritage Library have announced a new scholarly fellowship program to support research in the early printed books in Antwerp.
- A collection of rare agricultural books known as the Rothamsted Collection will be sold at auction next month.
- Pradeep Sebastian writes about book-heist movies for The Hindu.
- Jean-Louis Brunaux's Vercingétorix; review by Peter Thonemann in the TLS.
- Books and Decorative Prints at Dorotheum on 27 June.
- Libros Antiguos y Contemporáneos de la Colección de un Bibliófilo at Morton Subastas on 27 June.
- Art & Illustration, with Asian & Asian-American Material at PBA Galleries on 28 June.