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NEH Grants to Fund Libraries, Apple Tablet Expected Next Month, and More

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Online Only, posted 12.30.09

The 2010 Riyadh Book Fair will feature an English-language display; new security restrictions mean printed books may be the best bet for in-flight entertainment; publishers say digital piracy is on the rise; how to get rid of books; and other news.

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E-books Outsell Print on Christmas, Seattle Named Most Literate City, and More

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Online Only, posted 12.29.09

FEMA will fund interim library services in flood-affected Iowa; Rhode Island’s largest independent newspaper is getting a new publisher; the number of original translations published in the United States dipped this year; a nonprofit is reopening four libraries in Oregon; and other news.

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China Sentences Writer to Eleven Years, Le Guin Leaves Authors Guild, and More

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Online Only, posted 12.28.09

Borders will close fewer Waldenbooks locations than previously announced; Carl Jung’s Red Book is an unlikely best-seller; Random House has made its English-language Kindle titles available internationally; a beloved Berkeley bookstore is back and bigger than before; and other news.

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Last Day for Borders UK, Amazon to Settle Cracked Kindle Suit, and More

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Online Only, posted 12.23.09

Next-generation plastic displays are due soon from the world’s largest manufacturer of e-reader screens; Nebraska is losing two indie bookstores this season; Sony has added more digital newspapers to its roster; a new tool lets academic publishers sell e-books directly; and other news.

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Sony Adds Newspapers to E-reader Offerings, Heartland Publications Goes Broke, and More

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Online Only, posted 12.22.09

The WTO has ordered China to liberalize its media import rules; the literary salon is making a comeback in Britain; Mag+ imagines the digital future of magazines; the NYPL is launching a new Web site; the Bible is the most frequently shoplifted book; and other news.

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French Court Finds Against Google, Grave of Garcia Lorca Still Unknown, and More

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Online Only, posted 12.21.09

A copy of Through the Looking Glass inscribed to Alice herself has sold at auction; the shipping date for new Nook orders has been pushed to February; Google Editions partners can now adjust their settings; an indie bookstore and publisher in NYC is closed until further notice; and other news.

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