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The Morning News Tournament of Books Begins, Harry Ransom Center Acquires DFW Archive, and More

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Online Only, posted 3.09.10

The brackets have been announced for the annual Morning News Tournament of Books; the University of Texas acquired David Foster Wallace's archive; a new edition of Finnegan's Wake incorporates nine thousand changes; the New York Times spins off its Book Review for e-readers; and other news.

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Films Based on Books Win Oscars, the Man Asian Literary Prize Undergoes a Major Change, and More

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Online Only, posted 3.08.10

Four films based on books picked up Oscars; the Man Asian Literary Prize undergoes major restructuring; English professors are still the lowest salary earners on campus; Britain's new super-library trend; and other news.

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Lorin Stein Named Paris Review Editor, iPad Gets Official U.S. Launch Date, Jon Stewart to Headline BEA, and More

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Online Only, posted 3.05.10

FSG editor Lorin Stein is named editor of the Paris Review; Barnes & Noble plans to bundle printed books with e-books; Vanity Fair collects tributes to Barry Hannah; the iPad gets an official U.S. launch date; Jon Stewart to headline the 2010 BookExpo America; and other news.

 

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Smashwords Publishes Anthology to Benefit Haiti, Paris Protects Indie Bookstore Culture, and More

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Online Only, posted 3.04.10

Smashwords publishes an anthology to benefit Haiti; Penguin UK unveils "stunning" new iPad book technology; India may soon become the largest English-language book market; Paris takes action to protect its indie bookstore culture; and other news.

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Books Now Outnumber Games in iTunes Store, Arsonists Destroy a Literary Club in Saudi Arabia, and More

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Online Only, posted 3.03.10

A literary club in Saudi Arabia is targeted by arsonists; books now outnumber games in the iTunes store; the recently debunked Hiroshima book sees an upturn in fortune and sales; Tim Burton acquires the film rights to Abraham Lincoln: Vampire Hunter; and other news.

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Southern Writer Barry Hannah Dies, March Is National Small Press Month, and More

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Online Only, posted 3.02.10

Mississippi writer Barry Hannah has died three days before a conference is to honor his life's work; a Chinese writer is placed under house arrest for attempting to attend a literary festival; a new biography attempts to label Kapuscinski as a fiction writer; the Lamda Literary Foundation launches an new online journal and blog community; and other news.

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