What a lovely bookish week! Last night, I celebrated 100 Years of Knopf, the legendary publisher, at the New York Public Library. What a lovely evening. On the way, we were greeted by two Borzoi dogs, which I confess I did not know until then was the dog breed featured in the Knopf logo; I wish I had captured a photo of them. Sonny Mehta, Knopf editor-in-chief (and Knopf Doubleday Publishing Group chair), opened the evening, and then there were beautiful toasts by authors Robert Caro, Sharon Olds, James Ellroy and Toni Morrison, and one of my favorite booksellers and the founder of the Miami Book Fair, Mitchell Kaplan. Patti Smith wrapped up the formal ceremonies by singing a cappella.