Our friend Judy Kerman at Mayapple Press has searched high and low to bring back one of the greatest inventions of all time: Springback Binders. The entire spine of the binder is a steel spring clip (the big brother of those binder clips everyone uses nowadays for papers). The boards and spine are covered with black leatherette, good for years of use. To insert pages into a springback binder, you bend back the covers until they almost touch and the clip opens. The binder comes with a black tagboard folder to hold your pages. You just insert the folder with the pages (or the pages alone) and return the cover to the “closed” position. No holes, no mess, no fuss. And very professional-literary looking. Great for those who do public readings and for keeping manuscripts organized. Order online from Mayapple Press. Click on “Manuscript Binders” link in the left navigation bar.