- Totes les col·leccions (727), Gardening (13), Pulp (26), Provisional and paper bindings (54), Nonfiction by date (42), Terry Pratchett (60), Innovative storytelling (13), Visual Editions (9), Books as sculpture (66), Lynd Ward & Novels in Woodcuts (14), Books as Objects (39), Hand Printing (82), Cookbooks (12), Queer (28), Quakerism (10), General nonfiction (8), Plays, Poetry, Short Stories (21), Fine Printing (16), Radicalism (20), WWII (30), Art History (9), Memoirs (25), Novels (98), Books about Books (160)
- BP (116), Pamphlet (41), Not at LC (40), Wrappers (33), Miniature books (25), Wastepaper (24), ex manibus (23), general audience book history (22), topics in book history (21), Binding history (21), commercial bookbinding (20), book collecting (17), Boxed (15), Vellum (13), Preservation (13), Librarianship (12), Paper history (12), Treatment needed (11), microhistory (11), Folio (10), Boards (10), at LC (9), Europeans being weird about books (9), printing history (9), Descriptive bibliography (9), Reference (8), samples (7), Typography (5), Non-western and manuscript (5), Modern (5), Uses of books (5), Paper (5), Vernaculopegy (4), how-to (3), Japanese bindings (2), Discard (2), Container needed (2), Cataloging issues (2), 19th century (2), Book history (2), Intentionally artistic (2), Cloth history (2), binding history (1), Pamphlets (1), Contemporary (1), Lynd Ward & Novels in Woodcuts (1)
- Núvol d'etiquetes, Núvol d'autors, Mirall d'etiquetes
- S'ha unit
- Oct 2, 2017
- About My Library
- When I buy expensive books, they tend to be books whose forms tell intriguing stories about the book as an object. Sometimes this is a fine binding, sometimes it's a book that has barely limped into the 21st century, sometimes it barely even counts as a book at all. I have a large collection of pre-1800 books in paper bindings, especially.
Attached to these is a growing reference collection on the history of the book, book structures and preservation, and book collecting.
I've also got what a friend referred to as a "shrine to Terry Pratchett:" As of spring 2019, I have every official Discworld book: I'm moving on to the tie-in books as well as the non-Discworld stuff. Plus, of course, I've got plenty of just book-books: mostly nonfiction, a selection of novels as well.
- About Me
- "His tastes as a collector ran to the obscure and inexpensive. Any bric-a-brac with writing on it was beyond his capacity to resist."
Book professional: I can't take my work home with me so I buy it for myself. If it's cataloged, it can't be hoarding.
- Washington, DC
- Preferits locals
Llibreries: Antiquariat Canicio, Ars Libri, Barnes & Noble Booksellers - Champaign, Barnes & Noble Booksellers - New Hope Commons, Barnes & Noble Booksellers - Prudential Center, Barnes & Noble Booksellers - The Streets at Southpoint, Battery Park Book Exchange and Champagne Bar, Bauman Rare Books, Bindlestiff Books, Blue Jacket Books, Bookhaven, Bookman's Corner, Books Do Furnish A Room, Brattle Book Shop, Brian Cassidy, Bookseller, Brookline Booksmith, Bryn Mawr College Bookshop, Busboys and Poets - 14th & V, Busboys and Poets - 5th & K, Capitol Hill books, Children's Book World, Commonwealth Books, Finnerups Antikvariat, Firestorm Books & Coffee, Flyleaf Books, Giovanni's Room, Harvard Book Store, Haverford College Bookstore, Illini Union Bookstore, Jane Addams Book Shop, Jules Goldman Books and Antiques, Kramerbooks & Afterwords Cafe, Last Word Bookshop, Letters Bookshop, Librería A través del espejo, Manchester By The Book, Montague Bookmill, Nice Price Books, Nice Price Books - Durham, Papercuts J.P., Parker and Otis, Politics and Prose, Politikens Boghal, Priceless Books, Quail Ridge Books, Raven Used Books, Ray Boas, Bookseller, Riverby Books, Rodney's Bookstore, Second Story Books, Second Story Books - Rockville, MD, Skylight Books, Solid State Books, Stirling Books, Strand Bookstore, Tavistock Books, The Last Bookstore, The Regulator Bookshop, Trident Booksellers & Cafe, Walls of Books, Wentworth & Leggett Fine Books
Biblioteques: Ardmore Free Library (Lower Merion Library System), Boston Public Library, Canaday Library, Bryn Mawr College, Carpenter Library, Bryn Mawr College, Center for Children's Books, University of Illinois, Graduate School of Library and Information Science, Champaign Public Library, Champaign Public Library, Douglass Branch, Collier Library, Bryn Mawr College, District of Columbia Public Library - Petworth Neighborhood Library, Duke University Libraries - Perkins Library (Main Branch), Duke University Rare Book, Manuscript, and Special Collections Library, Dumbarton Oaks, Durham County Library - Main Library, Durham County Library - Southwest Branch, Free Library of Philadelphia - Philadelphia City Institute, Funk ACES Library, Grainger Engineering Library, Library of Congress, Library of Congress, James Madison Memorial Building, Magill Library, Haverford College, Oak Street Library at the University of Illinois, Ricker Library of Art and Architecture, The Library Company of Philadelphia, The Urbana Free Library, Undergraduate Library, University of Illinois at Urbana-Champaign Math Library, University of Illinois at Urbana-Champaign, Main Stacks, University of Illinois Classics Library
- Interesting Library