On the Shelf
Charlotte Brontë Poem at Auction, and Other News
April 11, 2013 | by Sadie Stein
An itty-bitty, handwritten Charlotte Brontë manuscript has sold at auction for £92,000.
In Hong Kong, one small bookstore has become a haven for banned Chinese books.
The City of New York is ponying up $230,000 to pay for the Occupy Wall Street Library destroyed in the 2011 Zuccotti Park raid.
With numbers dwindling, a Texas book club folds after 120 years of regular meetings.
I hereby call for a moratorium on … whatever this genre is.