The Eighth Annual Librarian Shout ‘n Share | BookExpo America 2016

Chicago P.L.'s Stephen Sposato shares

The best was saved for last as tote-bag-laden librarians gathered at the close of the final day of BookExpo America, held May 11–13 at Chicago’s McCormick Place, to share their discoveries on the exhibit floor. The Association of American Publishers-LJ-sponsored Librarian Shout ‘n Share panel, moderated by LJ fiction editor Wilda Williams, featured a bevy […]

RA Crossroads: What To Read After The Malice of Fortune


Readers’ advisory for The Malice of Fortune, set in 16th-century Italy

Renaissance Man: Leonardo da Vinci, August 2012


Reviews of Francis Ames-Lewis’s Isabella and Leonardo, Ross King’s Leonardo and the Last Supper, and Peter Silverman and Catherine Whitney’s Leonardo’s Last Princess.