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Publishers to Delay E-books, Hachette UK Files Borders Lawsuit, and More

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Online Only, posted 12.10.09

A library in Washington State is experimenting with an unstaffed “express branch”; social networking site Goodreads has wrapped up a seven-figure fundraiser; a trio of new Brontë films is in the works, thanks to a certain exsanguinary franchise; and other news.

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Crown Group Splits, Publishers Announce Joint Digital Strategy, and More

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Online Only, posted 12.09.09

Nobel-winner Herta Müller has called for stronger criticism of China; a charity auction is offering the right to name characters in upcoming works; the owner of an LGBT landmark is going from selling books to writing them; a bad mood could make for good writing; and other news.

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PEN Calls for Release of Chinese Writers, Nook Delayed Again, and More

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Online Only, posted 12.08.09

Buyouts are on the table at the NYT; Amazon will make the Kindle friendlier for the visually impaired; a French library is digitizing its Stendhal manuscripts; the cause of Jane Austen’s death is under question; and other news.

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Atlantic Sells Kindle Fiction, “Twitter” is Top Word of 2009, and More

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Online Only, posted 12.07.09

Amazon has scotched reports that it plans to open bricks-and-mortar outlets; five of the nation’s largest publishers have formed a coalition to take on the e-reader market; sub-Saharan Africa’s threatened literary heritage now has a permanent home; one of the world’s most famous LGBT bookstores is closing its doors; and other news.

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Hearst Plans Digital Platform, No Sony Readers for Indies, and More

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Online Only, posted 12.04.09

Plastic Logic has added a bundle of science and tech periodicals to its digital offerings; public outcry in California has led to the limited reopening of two library locations; library cuts are looming in the U.K.; the late Frank McCourt has been honored by Congress; and other news.

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Amazon Motion Fails, Record Expected at Poe Auction, and More

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Online Only, posted 12.03.09

The manuscript of A Christmas Carol is at the Morgan in NYC, and online for the first time via the NYT; hard times continue for independent booksellers; the 2010 Canada Reads list has been unveiled; publishing exec Philip Turner is launching a new imprint; Hachette has restructured its Headline brand; and other news.

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