- Isaac Stanley-Becker has a 26 July report on the Carnegie Library thefts for the Washington Post. The 54-page criminal complaint against Priore and Schulman was also made available this week, and Schulman resigned from the ABAA. Defense attorneys for Schulman are attempting to fight prosecution attempts to freeze several bank accounts, according to media reports.
- Curtis Small, Jr. is featured in the "Bright Young Librarians" series on the Fine Books Blog.
- The Isabella Stewart Gardner museum heist will be the subject of a WBUR/Boston Globe podcast series, "Last Seen," premiering in September.
- From the OUPBlog, "Remembering Joseph Johnson," by John Bugg.
- Barbara Basbanes Richter highlights the current Library Company of Philadelphia exhibition on the painter William Birch.
- An excerpt from Charlotte Higgins' Red Thread: On Mazes and Labyrinths is featured in the Guardian.
- Also in the Guardian this week, Alison Flood reports on a recent find in the Royal Archives by Penn doctoral student Nicholas Foretek: that the Prince Regent bought a copy of Sense & Sensibility two days before it was first publicly advertised.
- New research into Audubon's research methods by E. Bennett Jones is featured on the Beinecke blog. She is looking at "how ... naturalists cited, interpreted, and valued information obtained from Native Americans as well as how they may have falsified and exaggerated these same sources." Will look forward to reading more about this!
- Travis McDade's Torn From Their Bindings; review by Rebecca Rego Barry for the Fine Books Blog.
- Vintage Posters at Swann Galleries on 1 August.
- Comics & Comic Art at Heritage Auctions on 2–4 August.