On Thursday, April 27th, 6pm-7pm, I’ll be at the Rosenbach Museum in Center City, Philadelphia, for a book signing and Q&A about my book Printer’s Error.
The Rosenbach Museum & Library
The Rosenbach houses the collections of the Rosenbach brothers, two of the most prominent antiquarians and successful rare book dealers of the 20th century. Among its treasures are major collections of rare books and manuscripts, especially Americana and 19th-century authors (Dickens, Conrad, Wilde); and the original manuscript of James Joyce’s Ulysses. Read more about the history of the museum and its collections.
In Conversation with the Rosenbach
Edward G. Pettit will be moderating the discussion on Thursday night, centered around Printer’s Error and other topics in the history of print and book collecting. For full information, including where to get tickets, please visit the Rosenbach event page.
The program will be followed by a book signing. A limited number of copies of Printer’s Error will be available for sale at the event; to guarantee a copy, you may pre-order the book with your ticket
at a discount.
Looking forward to seeing you there.