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Book lovers across the country are professing their undying adoration of reading and writing in celebration of Valentine’s Day. Electric Literature offers some irreverent love notes from your writing. The Guardian has compiled a list of the ten best books for the lovelorn. New York Public Library created a map that highlights the locations that
This week it has become inescapably obvious how a little bit of fame can go a long way in getting published. Major publishers know that titles written by the likes Chelsea Clinton or Barbra Streisand will practically sell themselves. Also on trend for 2015, this week’s installments of “rare book uncovered” included a portrait of
Happy Sunday, literary citizens, and happy Mother’s Day to all you literary moms out there! In this week’s rundown of the wild world of book culture, we examine B&N’s college-based survival plan. Next, we investigate the feud between Amazon and Hachette Book Group, with Amazon customers experiencing notable delays in the shipment of HBG merchandise.
Greetings, literary citizens! In this week’s rundown of the wild world of book culture, we explore the aftermath of Amazon’s first-quarter financial report. Next, we investigate copyright claims pertaining to Lawrence & Wishart’s translation of the collected works of Marx and Engels. Meanwhile, we get up to speed on News Corporation’s pending purchase of Harlequin Enterprises.
This week, the Apple vs. DOJ saga continues with—you guessed it—the plan for even more court hearings in the coming months. While we wait for the final word on Apple’s indictment, New York University student Robert Seamans and Harvard University student Feng Zhu investigate the effect of Craigslist on newspaper revenues, PEN American Center announces its