For those interested in printing history and the related arts of calligraphy, typography, bookbinding, papermaking, illustrating and publishing. Many of the articles from APHA’s journal Printing History are available online.
Created in 1991, SHARP serves as a global network for book historians, who until recently had worked in isolation. With more than 1000 members in over 20 countries, SHARP encompasses practitioners in the fields of literature, history, librarianship, publishing, sociology, bibliophilia, classics, bookselling, art history, reading instruction, and book arts.
The Rhode Island Center for the Book, established January 2003, has as its purpose to “celebrate, honor and promote interest in books, reading and the book arts culture and heritage of the state of Rhode Island.”
Antiquarian Booksellers Association of America Features a calendar of upcoming ABAA bookfairs. “This Day in Literary History…” will be of interest to historians.
Source for used books as well as “The Reading Room” (featuring book reviews, author interviews and literary news).
Oak Knoll boasts the largest inventory of books about books and bibliography. This link directly accesses Oak Knoll’s Bibliophile Resources page for “Societies and Organizations in the Books about Books Community.”
Of interest to those working in the book arts: bookbinders, marblers, calligraphers, conservators, printers, papermakers.
“Training people for employment since 1885 for work in fields that require craftsmanship and skillful use of hand tools and power equipment.”
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