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Dog-Eared and Dispatched: December 6, 2015

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As bookstores look forward to the holiday sales season, readers and media reflect on the past year, including the best books, the most overlooked books, and what makes a writer worth reading. It’s also the season of fundraisers, so if you haven’t already donated to or voted for Late Night Library Library, we’d love your

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December 6, 2015

Dog-Eared and Dispatched: January 11, 2015

This week’s rundown of bookish news is full of, well, actual news. There’s international mayhem, domestic economics, and the future of ebooks. Are you ready? Read on! Marches in France | photo via BBC The biggest literary news this week is also the hardest to write about. On January 7, masked gunmen raided the office

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January 11, 2015

Famous First Words: Hear the Wind Sing

Haruki Murakami would very much like it if you kept your distance. It’s nothing personal. He doesn’t resent your interest; by the very nature of his profession, he actively (if indirectly) courts it. He may not go out of his way to schedule interviews or attend promotional soirées, but he certainly doesn’t lead anything resembling

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October 15, 2014

Dog-Eared and Dispatched: August 3, 2014

Dog-eared and Dispatched: August 3, 2014

This week in our weekly rundown of book culture, we’ve got ebook news, as publishers adopt different approaches to increase sales, Hachette also got some good news this week with improved overall sales, and of course if we have Hachette news, where would we be without Amazon news, too? Are you ready? Get reading, then!

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August 3, 2014

Dog-Eared and Dispatched: June 22, 2014

Dog-Eared & Dispatched: June 22. 2014

Welcome to this week’s amble through the tangled thickets of book culture. There’s good news on the copyright front, as US courts rule that the character of Sherlock Holmes is part of the public domain. We’ve also got some summer reading recommendations for you, and news about Amazon (but not about Hachette). There are some

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June 22, 2014

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