Posted on March 28, 2024 at 12:00 PM by Sadye Scott-Hainchek

Earlier we had a roundup of literary obituaries; now we have a collection of losses that aren't the humans themselves.

The Joseph Koch Comic Warehouse in Brooklyn, New York, is set to close, in favor of a smaller (and less expensive) space; you can learn more about the owner's history and vision in an interview with The Comics Journal.

The majority of musician Tom Verlaine's personal library is up for sale online; Literary Hub highlights a few gems from it and steers you to where you can purchase them.

And finally ... Harvard University has decided to remove the binding of a 19th-century book reported to have been made of human skin; the binding will receive "a final respectful disposition," according to The New York Times

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