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Baghdad's Booksellers Market Is Back, Publishers Skeptical of Borders' Plan, and More

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Online Only, posted 4.07.11

The booksellers market in Baghdad thrives once again; publishers are deeply sceptical of Borders' restructuring plan; the Kansas State Library battles with OverDrive over e-books; the fifth annual Literary Orange Festival; and other news.

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VQR Snags Six National Magazine Award Nominations, Frost's England Letters, and More

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Online Only, posted 4.06.11

Virginia Quarterly Review garners six National Magazine Award nominations; the latest scholarship from the David Foster Wallace archive; Robert Frost's letters from England are donated to Plymouth State University; bookseller troubles in Australia; and other news.

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Kate Bush Sings Joyce's Ulysses, E-book Piracy, Kafka Postcards, and More

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Online Only, posted 4.05.11

Uncensoring From Here to Eternity; hot manuscripts for sale at the London Book Fair; Kate Bush gets permission to sing Ulysses after twenty years; digital piracy and the publishing industry; and other news.

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Busboys and Poets Expands, a New York Public Library Scavenger Hunt, and More

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Online Only, posted 4.04.11

Busboys and Poets launches a publishing imprint; J. K. Rowling considers e-books and $130 million; Rutgers pays Snooki more than Toni Morrison to speak at the university; the one hundredth anniversary of the New York Public Library; and other news.

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Another Chinese Writer Imprisoned, Literary Hoaxes, and More

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Online Only, posted 4.01.11

The best literary hoaxes of all time; another Chinese writer is sentenced to prison for "inciting subversion of state power"; Afghani woman's rights activist Malalai Joya is finally granted a visa for a U.S. book tour; increased funding for literature in England; and other news.

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Newport Beach's Bookless Library Plan, Indie Bookstores Fume at Hachette, and More

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Online Only, posted 3.31.11

A bookless library is considered in Newport Beach, California; how not to react to a negative book review; the O, Miami festival seeks to reach more than two million people with poetry; the role of poet laureates in politics; and other news.

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