noun, plural book·men [book-muhn, -men]. /ˈbʊk mən, -ˌmɛn/.
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Brian Bookman picks 10 more books aimed to satisfy your craving for cravings.
Nora Ephron was the first modern woman that agent Robert Bookman ever knew.
The Bookman: "A more entertaining narrative whether in biography or fiction has not appeared in recent years."Fifty Contemporary One-Act Plays|Various
The London Bookman wanted to find out if novelists generally drew their characters from actual people.
Milton Raison is a young writer, known especially to readers of The Bookman, whose verse has appeared in various magazines.
The idea gradually took shape as a form of foundation, naturally to be called The Bookman Foundation, with a double purpose.
In what way could The Bookman serve the interests of American literature in which it was not already serving them?