Color is an endlessly fascinating subject to philosophers, scientists, and laypersons, as well an an instructive microcosm of cognitive science. In thesetwo anthologies, Alex Byrne and David Hilbert present a survey of the importantrecent philosophical and scientific writings on color. The introduction to volume 1provides a philosophical background and links the philosophical issues to theempirical work covered in volume 2. The bibliography in volume 1 is an extensiveresource for those doing philosophical work on color. The scientific selections involume 2 present work in color science that is relevant to philosophical thinkingabout color; the material is comprehensive and sophisticated enough to be useful tothe scientific reader. The introduction to volume 2 is an overview of color science;the volume also contains suggestions for further reading.