Fall Books Preview: Good on Paper

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Fall Books Preview: The Visitors

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Fall Books Preview: We, Robots, by Curtis White

We’re only weeks away from the launch of our Fall 2015 season, but why wait until September? Over the next couple of weeks, we’re giving you an exclusive look atRead more »

Fall Books Preview: Sophia, by Michael Bible

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Fall Books Preview: Contraband Cocktails by Paul Dickson

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Fall Books Preview: The Dog Walker, by Joshua Stephens

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Fall Books Preview: The Reflection, by Hugo Wilcken

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Fall Books Preview: Not On Fire, but Burning, by Greg Hrbek

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The Art of the Novella challenge 36: The Country of Pointed Firs

Title: The Country of the Pointed Firs Author: Sarah Orne Jewett First published: 1896 Page count: 158 First line: There was something about the coast town of Dunnet which madeRead more »

A whole new data point in the publishing gender bias

A new data point has entered the discussion of gender biases in the publishing world. Earlier this year, we reported on the “literary cooties” that seem to plague women inRead more »

Amazon convinced the New York City Department of Education to give it $30 million to sell ebooks

Amazon’s got a soft spot for New York in that empty Minion box it calls a heart. Late last year, they hinted that they might open up a store in Manhattan, though it turned outRead more »

This week in legislative ineptitude: State of Georgia wildly misconstrues purpose and meaning of the word “copyright”, sues man for helping people understand the law of the land

An interesting story has been unfolding over at TechDirt the last couple of weeks. As reported by Mike Masnick, Carl Malamud, owner and operator of the transparency advocacy group Public.Resource.Org,Read more »

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