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NYPL Launches Don't Close the Book Campaign, Irish Author Dies in Libyan Plane Crash, and More

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Online Only, posted 5.14.10

The ABA and ABC announce a possible merger; Wikipedia launches a custom book-making feature; the New York Public Library gets some help from a skateboarding dog; an Irish author dies in the Libyan plane crash; and other news.

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The Annual Dakota Cowboy Poetry Gathering, Fitness With Shakespeare, and More

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Online Only, posted 5.13.10

Matt Damon stars in the latest Philip K. Dick adaptation; 2010 has been a great year for poetry from university presses; the annual Dakota Cowboy Poetry Gathering kicks off later this month; PCWorld takes a closer look at Google Editions; and other news.

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The New Yorker's Twenty Under Forty List, PEN's New Literary Sports Writing Award, and More

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Online Only, posted 5.12.10

Truman Capote's Brooklyn residence is up for sale; blind poet Tato Laviera finds a home; Quirk Books moves to Random House; the New Yorker will publish a list of the best twenty writers under forty; and other news.

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Ninety-nine-year-old Error Discovered in OED, Google Editions Could Launch With Four Million Titles, and More

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Online Only, posted 5.11.10

Google Editions reportedly has the backing of nearly all U.S. publishers; an Australian physicist finds a ninety-nine-year-old error in the Oxford English Dictionary; New Jersey scholars champion poetry therapy; a German publisher finds a new use for cigarette vending machines; and other news.

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Censorship at the Tehran Book Fair, Borders Launches the Kobo, and More

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Online Only, posted 5.10.10

Borders enters the e-reader market; reports of censorship at the Tehran
Book Fair emerge; Jamaica's Calabash Literary Festival prepares to
celebrate ten years; the Guardian explores the globalization of
English; and other news.

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On the Road Adaptation to Film This Summer, Burkle Sues Barnes & Noble, and More

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Online Only, posted 5.07.10

Barnes & Noble is sued by one of its investors; a film adaptation of Kerouac's On the Road is set to film this summer; two literary festivals close in Jerusalem; Open Road starts a Twitter account for William Styron; and other news.

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