Archives about Corinne Gould
While the East Coast is being pounded with snow, the entire country should be taking time for tea and reading in solidarity. In this week’s roundup of industry news we see a few common threads: corporate controversy, representation of slavery in literature, big-hitting book deals, and remembering icons who passed. Ready? Set? Read!
Happy New Year from Late Night Library! We hope that your holiday was filled with good food, great friends and family, and exceptional books. This week, we bring you a roundup of news stories in the style of #2015bestnine and just a few prospectuses and resolutions for 2016. Ready? Set? Read!
As we recover from our sweet potato induced food coma, we still found time to put together a few tidbits to satisfy the appetites of all who are still hungry for news of the literary community, including responses to state of the world, travel to space, and a new digital plateau. Ready? Set. Read!
After the exciting and exhausting work of hosting All Fines Forgiven, we are taking a break this week to enjoy some coffee and deliver a hodgepodge of industry news via digestible footnotes. We recommend the espresso con panna. Ready? Set? Read.
In this week’s rundown, we continue the imperative discussion of race in book publishing with Mira Jacob’s keynote address at Publishers Weekly 2015 Star Watch. The Pew Research Center presents new findings about library use in America while our footnotes round out the news with an interactive and digital AP Stylebook, a $50 Amazon tablet,
This week we bring you updates in the form of fun and unexpected footnotes – plus a few industry surprises. Marvel announces plans for an upcoming series, TED-Ed brings Whitman to life, and Harry Potter might just be a villain. What?! Ready? Set? Read!