Related Book Arts Web Sites
- Book Arts Web
—Peter Verheyen's web site includes links to Internet resources on
book arts as well as a gallery of images of contemporary book
bindings and other book art.
—Annual journal of the Society for the History of Authorship,
Reading and Publishing, Inc. (SHARP).
—An extensive site with many resources and links dealing with all
aspects of books, book arts, book history, printing, programs,
conservation, book artists, and book search services. Hosted by
Knops Boekrestauratie, Conservation & Restoration of Books
- Book Lovers, Fine
Books & Literature
—Hosted by the University of Texas, Austin.
- Colophon Page: Modern
Illustrated and Fine Press Books
Novels and Penny Dreadfuls
—Browse through Stanford's Dime Novel and Story Paper Collection,
includes many images.
- Early Printed Books
—From the University of Oxford covering early printed books in
Oxford Libraries outside the Bodleian.
- Early Manuscripts at Oxford
- Essentials of
—A multi-part essay by Robert F. Lucas including "Bookcollecting
on the Internet"
- Guild of Book Workers
—Focused on interest among workers in the several hand book crafts.
Highlights from the Koninklijke Bibliotheek
—"A selection of manuscripts, printed works, book bindings, and
specimens from the paper history collection in the Department of
Special Collections presented with explanatory notes." From the
National Library of the Netherlands.
- Is it a
—A page on nonlinearity in literature and the book arts by Karen
Drayne (a.k.a. Powell), Barbara Davison, and Emily-Jane Dawson.
Now hosted by the Book Arts Web.
—A French-language Web site (based in Montréal) devoted to
Union Catalog of Manuscript Collections (NUCMC)
—A free-of-charge cooperative cataloging program operated by the
Library of Congress.
New Jersey Books Arts
—A sampling of artist's books by New Jersey designers.
Books and Manuscripts Section (RBMS) of the American Library
for the Rare Materials Cataloger
—Sponsored by the Bibliographic Standards Committee of the
American Library Association's Rare Books and Manuscripts
The Ruth and Marvin Sackner Archive of Concrete and Visual
- SHARP Web: Society
for the History of Authorship, Reading & Publishing
—SHARP is devoted to the study of book history and related topics
such as authorship, editing, printing, publishing, the book
trade, copy right, censorship, literary agents, libraries,
literary criticism, canon formation, literacy, reading habits,
and reader response.
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