Since 1997, this site has been one of the world's leading sources of information on a book collecting and literature, including:
Advice on Antiquarian Book Values, Books and Bookmen, Caring for Your Book Collection, Enemies of Books, and the Love Affairs of a Bibliomaniac, along with new and old writings on Literature, such as the Outlines of English and American Literature by William J. Long and Books Fatal to Their Authors by P. H. Ditchfield.
There's also information on Stamp Collecting, with articles on Classic Era Postage Stamps, Philatelic Terms, and Creating a Philatelic Collection Plan, and;
and a good bit of other information, on topics ranging from American Indians, angels, astrology, birthstones, demonology, divination, dream interpretation, ghosts, hobbies, holidays (including Valentine's Day, Halloween, Thanksgiving and Christmas), jigsaw puzzles, etiquette, literary taste, love letters, music, ouija boards, success, scale models, personal growth, folklore and mythology, and much more.
Looking for poetry of the manly sort? Try John Masefield's Sea Fever.
Halloween or, more correctly, Hallowe'en, celebrated on October 31st, marks the last day of the year on the ancient Celtic calendar, its night being the time when all witches and warlocks walked abroad and engaged in wicked revelry. Read more . . .