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Neil Gaiman Lands The Simpsons, JFK Library Goes Digital, and More

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Online Only, posted 1.14.11

Stieg Larsson's partner may finish writing the author's uncompleted last novel; Neil Gaiman will appear on an episode of The Simpsons; Las Vegas reckons with being the country's fifty-second most literate city; the Oxford American Summit for Ambitious Writers; and other news.

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Brown Proposes Eliminating California's Library Budget, Innisfree in Colorado, and More

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Online Only, posted 1.13.11

The nation's third poetry-only bookstore opens in Boulder, Colorado; new (and old) California Governor Jerry Brown proposes cutting the state's entire public library budget; an ancient letters app from the British Library; a European Commission report warns of a possible "digital Dark Age"; and other news.

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Borders to Close Tennessee Distribution Center, Google's Conversation Mode, and More

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Online Only, posted 1.12.11

The Salinger estate settles with a Swedish author; door-to-door bookselling in Brazil; an iPad book app for three-month-old babies; Borders announces the impending closure of its Tennessee distribution center; and other news.

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Washington, D.C., Named Most Literate City; Rumsfeld Versus Donald; and More

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Online Only, posted 1.11.11

Donald Rumsfeld's memoir will be released the same day as McSweeney's Donald; Paulo Coelho banned in Iran; a roundup of the Consumer Electronics Show; the most important contemporary fiction writer; and other news.

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Dante Inspires Modern Physics, Trent Reznor Scores Dragon Tattoo, and More

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Online Only, posted 1.10.11

David Foster Wallace studies grows in the academe; Trent Reznor to score Stieg Larsson film adaptation; British Library releases literary artifacts app; the Story Prize short list is announced; and other news.

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Nouns Becoming Verbs, Canada's Key Porter Books Goes Under, and More

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Online Only, posted 1.07.11

Poems on the Underground celebrates twenty-five years; the ubiquitous trend of changing nouns into verbs; Canada's Key Porter Books goes out of business; Barnes & Noble has its best holiday sales season since 1997; and other news.

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