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Last Day for Borders UK, Amazon to Settle Cracked Kindle Suit, and More

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Online Only, posted 12.23.09

Next-generation plastic displays are due soon from the world’s largest manufacturer of e-reader screens; Nebraska is losing two indie bookstores this season; Sony has added more digital newspapers to its roster; a new tool lets academic publishers sell e-books directly; and other news.

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Sony Adds Newspapers to E-reader Offerings, Heartland Publications Goes Broke, and More

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Online Only, posted 12.22.09

The WTO has ordered China to liberalize its media import rules; the literary salon is making a comeback in Britain; Mag+ imagines the digital future of magazines; the NYPL is launching a new Web site; the Bible is the most frequently shoplifted book; and other news.

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French Court Finds Against Google, Grave of Garcia Lorca Still Unknown, and More

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Online Only, posted 12.21.09

A copy of Through the Looking Glass inscribed to Alice herself has sold at auction; the shipping date for new Nook orders has been pushed to February; Google Editions partners can now adjust their settings; an indie bookstore and publisher in NYC is closed until further notice; and other news.

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Library Groups Ask DoJ to Monitor Google Deal, U.K. Indies on Decline, and More

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Online Only, posted 12.18.09

Kobo has plans for an e-reader; a campaign is underway to give Ted Hughes a place in Westminster Abbey; the new iPhone app from Opium features Jack Handey of SNL fame; the relative cheapness of books makes them Americans’ fourth-favorite entertainment; and other news.

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Kobo Cut Loose, Women’s Bookstore Appeals for Donations, and More

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Online Only, posted 12.17.09

The Poetry Foundation has compiled its 2009 best-seller list; an amateur artist is illustrating Moby-Dick, page by page; literary agents are gaining acceptance in French publishing circles; Laredo could start the new year as the nation’s largest city without a bookstore; and other news.

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Authors Guild Opposes Random House E-rights Claim, Scribd Offerings Expand, and More

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Online Only, posted 12.16.09

New Jersey’s largest newspaper has a new publisher; France will fund a public-private partnership to digitize its cultural archives; Borders UK is set to close next week; an independent bookstore in NYC is getting a new lease on life; and other news.

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