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Daniel Traister earned degrees in English literature from Colby College and New York University, and a degree in Library Service from Columbia University. He has published papers on the poetry of Sir Philip Sidney, Renaissance publishing practices, the history of books and printing, and rare book librarianship and library collection development. He has curated (and published catalogues of) numerous University of Pennsylvania Libraries exhibitions, as well as a few at The Athenaeum of Philadelphia. He publishes occasionally on topics in twentieth-century American literature. He co-edited Bibliography Newsletter and was both book review editor and a reviewer-columnist for American Book Collector. Current projects include essays that concern geographically or otherwise marginalized, non-canonical, disregarded, and unread writers.