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Print ain’t dead! Maybe e-books are? Except they aren’t—although perhaps they aren’t dominating the way some predictions expected. Following that news, e-book subscription service Oyster is shutting down, and serial-release startup Serial Box has launched its first titles. Find these tidbits and diverse publishing news below—ready? Set? Read!
In a week of hotly-political legislation including national marriage equality as a huge victory for LGBT rights, the book world is buzzing about Amazon and Apple news, the opening of The Hunger Games: The Exhibition, Oxford English Dictionary’s addition of “twerk,” and David Foster Wallace’s resurgence in mainstream media. Ready? Set? Read! Amid the celebration
It’s hot in Portland this weekend, but rather than wilting in the heat, we’re bringing you this week’s roundup of literary news – and it’s going to fire you up. We look at whether women are getting all the recognition they deserve from the literary establishment, what Ursula Le Guin has to say about publishing,
…And we’re back. Hope the holiday season has treated you well and you’re ready for another year of book industry news. This week we’re making up for lost time with updates on Apple and ebooks, as well as looking at the publishing history of the Senate Intelligence Committee’s “Study of the Central Intelligence Agency’s Detention
Authors United is back in the spotlight this week, plus Penguin Random House’s latest way to turn books into profits, and the first class of Amtrak residents. Footnotes include more banned book goodness, another way to fight Amazon, and so much more. Authors United, the group of more than 1,000 authors formed in response to
With all the real news that has been happening this week, it’s not surprise that things have been relatively quiet on the literary front. One gets a bit fatigued knowing that a certain company has gotten itself into a public-relations hole and can’t stop digging. So we’ve got some of the book news that’s been