"Tiny Tomes" by Judith Pascoe , American Scholar, Summer 2006 (Vol. 75, No. 3)
- This is a lively 6-page discussion of miniature books, the people who
collect them, and the gathering of collectors (20th Grand Conclave).
Asks, and answers, the question "What's the appeal of a volume too
small to read?" The author notes "the propensity of miniature book
collectors to get photographed flashing Brobdingnagian grins as they
cup whole libraries in their hands." I plead guilty to the
propensity. See "Small Wonders" in the the Sept. issue of Traditional