Archives about Neil Gaiman
In this week’s Dog-Eared & Dispatched, we look at the power of reading and writing for protest, empowerment, and peace.
Another busy week in the wild world of book publishing. The United States has a new poet laureate, Neil Gaiman is miffed with Amazon, and Judge Cote adds yet another case against Apple and the big five publishers. We have a generous selection of footnotes on the value of bookstores, the bravery of librarians, the
Good morning, literary citizens! In the latest rundown of the wild world of book culture, we delve into the U.K.’s ban on books for prisoners and the call-to-action this ruling has created among authors and book lovers worldwide. Next, we investigate who’s really benefiting from the e-book price-fixing refunds issued this week. Lastly, we explore
T.G.I.S., literary citizens! Dog-Eared and Dispatched is back after our week hiatus while attending the AWP conference and bookfair. We had a blast talking to writers, scholars, and book industry professionals; if you haven’t had a chance yet, be sure to check out Aileen’s AWP 2014 Recap on the Late Night Vlog. Meanwhile, in this
It’s been a week of surprising revelations in the wild world of book culture, ladies and gentlemen. The Man Booker committee kicked us off by announcing 28-year-old Eleanor Catton as this year’s grand prize winner. Then, U.S. District Judge Denise Cote earned the continued ire of Apple proponents with her appointment of former U.S. prosecutor Michael