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HarperCollins Scores Christie Rights, Hanif Kureishi Wins PEN/Pinter, and More

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Online Only, posted 9.17.10

Hanif Kureishi wins the PEN/Pinter award; HarperCollins lands the rights to all things Agatha Christie; an unpublished Ted Hughes poem is discovered among his letters; a rare autographed copy of Catcher in the Rye up for auction may not be authentic; and other news.

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Tom Wolfe to Receive Major Honor, Oscar Wilde's Love Letters, and More

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Online Only, posted 9.16.10

Susan Lehman is appointed publisher of Twelve; Tom Wolfe will be awarded the Medal for Distinguished Contribution to American Letters; love letters from Oscar Wilde; CityLit Project takes up residence at the University of Baltimore; and other news.

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Ted Hughes's Private Letters from America, a Book Tour by Pushcart, and More

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Online Only, posted 9.15.10

New Ted Hughes letters reveal his strong reaction to American consumerism; the jacket art for David Foster Wallace's forthcoming posthumous novel; an author's pushcart tour of the Northeast; the blurring line between books and the Internet; and other news.

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The Vatican Library Reopens, the DFW Archive Launches in Texas, and More

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Online Only, posted 9.14.10

The Vatican Library reopens; Vietnam's thriving second-hand bookstore culture; the David Foster Wallace archive opens in Texas; the e-reader battles get a bit more direct; and other news.

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Taylor Mali Plagiarized in Country Song, the Dodge Poetry Festival Line-up, and More

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Online Only, posted 9.13.10

The Brooklyn Book Festival brought a crowd despite the rains; a lost poem by Sir Walter Scott is discovered; Taylor Mali's "What Teachers Make" is plagiarized again; Target stores may soon sell the iPad; and other news.

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Seventy-Three Poems for Lucille Clifton, WSJ Launches Weekly Book Review, and More

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Online Only, posted 9.10.10

The Defense Department attempts to purchase and destroy the entire print run of a controversial memoir; the world's most expensive book goes up for auction in December; the Wall Street Journal launches a weekly book review; James Madison University celebrates the life and poetry of Lucille Clifton; and other news.

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