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Day in Review

Frank Sinatra has a cold, and other tales of uncooperative profile subjects David Remnick on his boss profile Jonah Lehrer no longer works at the New Yorker Speaking of Dylan,Read more »

Day in Review

Kevin Sampsell celebrates sports books Great last lines 650 hours of email On Privacy, and coming out Moby Dick’s cultural zeitgeist An author’s got to eat, you know Yeats’ devotionRead more »

Day in Review

Introducing Random House television Smashwords to Pearson: Oh no you didn’t Nabokoviana Men whole and women parts Those who knew him: Walter Benjamin  PRI acquired by WGBH The LA Times’Read more »

Day in Review

Chronicle of Higher Ed to publish ebooks 10 years of digital media Books that soon will be movies Authors as … sports broadcasters?  Audiobooks are different Where to be aRead more »

Day in Review

Love letter to Encyclopedia Brown Online browsing of scientific research Reading previous Booker Prize winners Utopia is repulsive to Amis Can the mind transcend matter? The lost Katherine Mansfield storyRead more »

Day in Review

An ebook primer Inspired by riches Volunteer libraries threaten author royalties? Celebrating our demise The art of social creativity Listening to the voices in your head Six minutes of AnnaRead more »

Day in Review

Emily Dickinson’s scissored deletions How to annoy an office with incessant clacking “The Only Thing Required of Me Now is my Own Indifference” Barry Diller and Scott Rudin to launchRead more »

Day in Review

Churchill’s choice words Giving poetry new life in China Rory O’Connor on social media’s infiltration A six-year-old’s take on book covers Alice in Wonderland underwater photographs Classic, obscure children’s booksRead more »

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