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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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Macmillan Admits Fault in Corruption Scandal, the Top Ten Kindle Bestsellers Are All Free, and More

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Online Only, posted 5.06.10

A rock band of academics releases a literature-themed album; Macmillan admits to bribing a Sudanese official over a publishing contract; a San Francisco nonprofit launches an initiative to serve visually impaired readers; and other news.

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Google Announces Plans to Sell Digital Books, LA Public Library Faces Major Cutbacks, and More

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Online Only, posted 5.05.10

HarperCollins reports a boost in profits; the Los Angeles Public Library faces major budget cuts; Google announces plans to sell digital books; a candidate for U.K. prime minister attempts to trade on his love of Samuel Beckett; and other news.

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Peace Stanzas Helps Commemorate Kent State Anniversary, One Million iPads Sold, and More

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Online Only, posted 5.04.10

Apple reports selling a milllion iPads; Kent State offers Peace Stanzas on the fortieth anniversary of its campus shootings; Nikki Giovanni pledges her copyrights to Virginia Tech; a Portland, Oregon, bookstore and all its contents are destroyed by a fire; and other news.

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Ginsberg Photography Exhibit at National Gallery, the Rise of Erotic Literature, and More

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Online Only, posted 5.03.10

Applications for the Oxford Professor of Poetry post close this week; a new Allen Ginsberg photography exhibit opens at the National Gallery of Art; an alleged Catcher in the Rye sequel gets another day in court; and other news.

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The Philosophy of Philip K. Dick, Wole Soyinka Condemns BBC Documentary, and More

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Online Only, posted 4.30.10

Crown Publishing cuts two imprints and regroups; Amazon sends another volley in the e-book pricing wars; an Indiana high school bans Toni Morrison's Song of Solomon; Houghton Mifflin Harcourt announces plans to release Philip K. Dick's philosophical writings; and other news.

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