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Congress Increases Arts Funding, B&N Sued Over Nook Design, and More

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Online Only, posted 11.03.09

Canadian publishers are receiving notice this week about federal grant allotments; Shipping News author E. Annie Proulx has donated her papers to the NYPL; writers, musicians, and booksellers in NYC are gathering to mark Indie Bookstore Week; Madrid will host Spain’s first e-book fair this month; and other news.

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Britain Names First Storyteller Laureate, B&N Looks Overseas, and More

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Online Only, posted 11.02.09

Nearly two thousand publishers are heading to Mexico this month for what organizers say is the world’s largest Spanish-language book fair; a prequel is in the works for the late Isaac Asimov’s I, Robot novels; Scholastic has pulled a title from its elementary school book fairs after the author refused to rewrite a same-sex couple as heterosexual; and other news.

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JFK Library Acquires Hemingway Papers, Authors Make Forbes “Dead Celebs” List, and More

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Online Only, posted 10.30.09

Eggers’s Katrina tale will become a cartoon; China’s official state newspaper has accused Google of censorship; Emily Dickinson’s house has been closed after ceiling worries; Lord Byron’s unpublished letters have set an auction record; and other news.

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Macmillan Cuts E-book Royalties, Munro Reveals Cancer Fight, and More

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Online Only, posted 10.29.09

Authors and editors took part in a spelling-bee this week to raise money for the CLMP; Britain’s independent bookstores may be doing better than reported, but some are concerned about the threat posed by new business taxes; echoing Amazon, B&N has declared its e-reader a best-seller, too; and other news.

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Rubin to Lead Henry Holt, Walt Whitman Sells Jeans, and More

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Online Only, posted 10.28.09

A literary scavenger hunt is underway in the Twin Cities; a French minister wants the EU to formulate a collective response to Google and its ilk; “Twitterfiction” is winning fans and detractors; Augusten Burroughs has more TV adaptations in the works; and other news.

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Foldable E-readers Expected Next, Bad Fiction Contest Wraps Up, and More

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Online Only, posted 10.27.09

One small press is winning praise while another is giving books away; Asus is looking to undercut competitors with a budget e-reader; Aussie publishers are planning their own e-book distribution system; Pennsylvania libraries are still suffering; Portland’s biggest daily is getting a new publisher; and other news.

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