Just back from the Washington Antiquarian Book Fair, which went very nicely indeed. Coming up next, it's Oak Knoll Fest!
- The copy of Lady Chatterley's Lover used by the judge in the British obscenity trial concerning the book will be sold at auction next month.
- From Lindsay Ann Reid over on the OUP blog, "Imagining lost books in the age of Cambridge Analytica."
- Looks like there's a pretty neat photography exhibition, "Bibliophile," up now (through 28 October) at Boston's Panopticon Gallery. I'm sorry to miss it, but if you're in the area, might be worth a visit.
- Coming this month from the University of Pennsylvania Press, Lindsay DiCuirci's Colonial Revivals: The Nineteenth-Century Lives of Early American Books.
- The Atlantic has a new books section landing page.
- A grant will allow for the digitization of a large tranche of Church of Ireland records, the Irish Times reports.
- Diarmaid MacCulloch's Thomas Cromwell; review by Robert McCrum in the Guardian.
- Christopher Skaife's The Ravenmaster; review by Helen Macdonald in the Atlantic.
- Kate Atkinson's Transcription; reviews by Jennifer Egan in the NYTimes and David Treuer in the LATimes.
- Joanne Freeman's Field of Blood; review by David S. Reynolds in the NYTimes.
- Adrian Tinniswood's Behind the Throne; review by Anna Mundow in the WaPo.
- James Raven's What is the History of the Book?; review by Eve Houghton in the TLS.
- Daniel Donoghue's How the Anglo-Saxons Read Their Poems; review by Susan Irvine in the TLS.
- Rare Books, Manuscripts, Maps & Photographs at Lyon & Turnbull on 2 October.
- Printed Books, Maps & Prints, Travel & Exploration at Dominic Winter Auctioneers on 3 October.
- Americana - Travel & Exploration - World History - Cartography at PBA Galleries on 4 October.
- There are a few books among the sale of the Collection of Marsha and Robin Williams at Sotheby's New York on 4 October.