Top stories from BiblioUnbound’s first year

Biblio Unbound, the monthly booklover’s ezine, just marked its first anniversary with the publication of volume XII. We thought it might be a great time to look back at the most read articles from the past year:

  1. The 100 Most Frequently Challenged Books of 1990-2001 (July, 2007)
  2. To Clean or Not to Clean (January, 2008)
  3. Taking the Library Out of a Book (August, 2007)
  4. Popups and Moveables : An Introduction (July, 2007)
  5. The Romance Novel : The Forlorn Collectible (February, 2008)
  6. David Butterfield on Books, Collections, and Classics (August, 2007)
  7. Essentials of a Well-Stocked Home Library : Reference Section (August, 2007)
  8. Sick from Books (December, 2007)
  9. Paperback Preservation (June, 2008)
  10. Working with Ghosts (October, 2007)
  11. Consider the Paperback (June, 2008)
  12. Tripping Over Lingo in the Language Trap (July, 2007)

While we’re at it – I want to give a special public thanks to our editor, Catherine, for helping make BiblioUnbound one of the most read book lover’s newsletters on the internet (with many thousands upon thousands of subscribers) – and, to all of the contributing writers and our partners at Bookmarks Magazine and Fine Books & Collections for their support and contributions.

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