- The London Library has posted some recent research into their mid-nineteenth-century charging records, revealing some titles borrowed by Charles Darwin.
- The Middle Temple Library has a new provenance mystery for us this month.
- On the Princeton Graphic Arts Collection blog, "Macy's Sells Birds of America."
- From Byrony Pillath on the NLS blog, "Bookplates in the National Library: Who owned books in 18th and 19th century Scotland?"
- Also on the NLS blog, "Henry Mackenzie and The Man of Feeling."
- On the Oak Knoll blog, a Q&A with Reid Byers about his new book The Private Library.
- From Keith Houston, a deep dive into the $*&#)$ grawlix.
- The trading app rally is going to try and sell 80,000 "shares" of a 1776 broadside Declaration of Independence for $25 each.
- Susan Stewart's The Ruins Lesson and Jessica Maier's The Eternal City; review by Anthony Grafton in the LRB.
- Books and Works on Paper at Forum Auctions on 6 May.
- From the Curious to the Extraordinary at Chiswick Auctions on 6 May.
- K2 Judaica Sale: Rare Printed Books, Manuscripts, Autograph Letters, Graphic & Ceremonial Arts at Kestenbaum & Company on 6 May.