News

Council's Choice for December

A monthly series of bibliography- or book-related links recommended by members of the Society’s Council.

A new series initiated by Margaret Ford, Past President.

The choice for December 2021 is offered by Council member Daryl Green who offers a Christmas Special:
12 Days of Bibliographical Video Delights

Council's choice for September

A monthly series of bibliography- or book-related links recommended by members of the Society’s Council.

Council's choice for August

A monthly series of bibliography- or book-related links recommended by members of the Society’s Council.

Professor Michael Twyman to be awarded the Society's Gold Medal

The Bibliographical Society is very pleased to announce that Professor Michael Twyman has been chosen as the recipient of the Society’s 2021 Gold Medal.
The presentation will take place before the lectured on Tuesday, 16 November 2021, at the Society of Antiquaries.

Council's choice for July

A monthly series of bibliography- or book-related links recommended by members of the Society’s Council.

Summer (virtual) visit

The Society is pleased to announce that this year's summer visit will take place virtually to three libraries in Australia by Zoom on Tuesday 27 July.

For further details and booking form see http://www.bibsoc.org.uk/event/summer-virtual-visit

Council's choice for June 2021

A monthly series of bibliography- or book-related links recommended by members of the Society’s Council.

A new series initiated by Margaret Ford, Past President.

Council's choice for May

A monthly series of bibliography- or book-related links recommended by members of the Society’s Council.

A new series initiated by Margaret Ford, Past President.

Forthcoming publication

The Bibliographical Society is pleased to announce its latest publication:

The Dublin Book Trade 1801–1850. By Charles Benson.

Members should expect to receive a copy in early May.

Council's choice for April

A monthly series of bibliography- or book-related links recommended by members of the Society’s Council.

A new series initiated by Margaret Ford, Past President.

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