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How should we identify the health of the publishing industry? How likely is it that we’ll see a full-size Minas Tirith built by 2023? These questions and more are explored this week, and we’ll also tell you how you can display your ebooks in your physical home. Ready? Set? Read!
Theodor Geisel was adrift at sea in the summer of 1936, a passenger along with his wife, Helen, aboard a Swedish American luxury liner called the M.S. Kungsholm. They were on their way back from another trip to Europe, one of many such excursions that had become a regular part of the calendar through nine years
In this week’s roundup of book news, we look into the archives, both for missing (but still publishable!) manuscripts and for troves of rare books. We also see Amazon get a bit sniffy. It’s all footnotes this week. Are you ready for a fast-paced look at this week’s book news? Read on! FOOTNOTES Faber &