By Editor Spencer J. Weinreich Marcelino Menéndez y Pelayo’s La ciencia española (first ed. 1876) is a battlefield long after
By editor Erin Schreiner This summer, I spent a week at Rare Book School at the University of Virginia doing
by editor Erin Schreiner, and guest contributor Roger Gaskell In the inaugural issue of the Journal of the Printing Historical
by guest contributor Adam Fales Who, in short, authored Congreve? Whose concept of reader do these forms of the text
Like a literary manuscript in a publisher’s office, screenplays face rounds of revision and annotation in the motion picture studio.
by guest contributor Jonathan Kearns in collaboration with Brooke Palmieri Nor is the empire of the imagination less bounded in
by contributing editor Erin Schreiner The story of the Whole Earth Catalog begins with an annotation. During the flight home