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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!
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
A busy week this week, with crowded headlines for international literature, print sales, and the business of ebooks (pricing and price-fixing). We look first at the literary giants who died this week, take a quick look at how the Apple case is going, and round things off with footnotes on close reading, Amazon reviews, and
Welcome to this week’s reckoning with the world of literary culture. We take a look at the National Book Awards, the Apple settlement, and whether ebook subscription services will last. Read on! Ursula K. Le Guin | Photo copyright Marian Wood Kolisch As you have probably heard by now, Phil Klay has won this year’s
Welcome to Late Night Conversation. This week Doug Silver speaks with Fortune editor Philip Elmer-Dewitt to gain a better understanding of the most prominent legal case in publishing: US V Apple. Philip discusses the origins of the case, the players involved, potential implications on eBook sales, why, like so much in life, it all comes back to