The literary magazine has been looking into Stein's treatment of female colleagues since October.
At the Grolier Club, a panel discussed the relevance of fine printing in the age of digital technology. The location, a stronghold of the publishing industry, pretty much guaranteed that the presenters would come down heavily on the side of books versus Kindles.
The stories that stuck in our curators' minds are clearly oddballs. Even the classics. My sense is that our curators wanted
The St. Mark's Bookshop will stay open, after all. At a press conference outside the store Thursday morning, Manhattan Borough
There can be only one rational response to the longueurs of a Manhattan August, when the city becomes a tropical marinade
We would like to offer a hearty congratulations to Lorin Stein, who has been named the next editor-in-chief of The Paris