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Gulf Coast Benefit Drive, a Sony E-reader Gaming Device, and More

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Online Only, posted 7.09.10

Gulf Coast launches a subscription drive to benefit the Gulf crisis; an antique dealer is convicted of possessing a stolen original Shakespeare folio; a Nick Cave novel will be made into a TV mini-series; Sony may be developing an e-reader that is also a hand-held gaming device; and other news.

 

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James Patterson Sells a Million E-books, NEA Announces Big Read Grants, and More

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Online Only, posted 7.08.10

The Harry Ransom Center acquires Denis Johnson's papers; the NEA announces this year's Big Read grants; Oxford University opens Project Woruldhord; Lisa Rundle is rehired by Penguin Canada; and other news.

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Controversy at Naropa University, the Alzheimer's Poetry Project, and More

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Online Only, posted 7.07.10

Borders arrives late to the e-book store party; the Alzheimer's Poetry Project is improving lives in Central Florida; publishers react to proposal for postal rate increase; the Boston Globe launches a citywide reading program; and other news.

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Tin House and Dzanc Books Support Bookstores, the Best Bad Books, and More

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Online Only, posted 7.06.10

Jonathan Franzen's forthcoming novel already has booksellers hopeful; reading e-books will take you longer compared to reading printed books; Tin House and Dzanc Books support bookstores; Sony lowers the price on its line of e-readers; and other news.

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Faulkner and Film, Canada's iBookstore, Merwin's Moment, and More

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Online Only, posted 7.02.10

Amazon slashes the price of the Kindle DX; a Faulkner and Film conference takes place later this month in Mississippi; Canada's iBookstore opens on Canada Day; McDonald's teams up with the Detroit Public Library; and other news.

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W. S. Merwin Appointed Poet Laureate, Melville Gets His Own Whale, and More

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Online Only, posted 7.01.10

A Walt Whitman "freak-out jam" takes place in Brooklyn, New York, tonight; W. S. Merwin is appointed U.S. poet laureate; Christopher Hitchens cancels his book tour to undergo cancer treatment; scientists name a prehistoric whale after Herman Melville; and other news.

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