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The Last B. Dalton Closes, Philip K. Dick's Estate Sues Google, and More

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Online Only, posted 1.08.10

Two new e-readers launch at the Consumer Electronics Show; Vodafone and GoSpoken.com announce a mobile book superstore venture; Philip K. Dick's estate sues Google over the Nexus One mobile phone; the last B. Dalton Bookseller closes in Minnesota; and other news.

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E-readers Everywhere, Lulu.com Goes Public, and More

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Online Only, posted 1.07.10

New digital readers debuted at the Consumer Electronics Show this week; Lulu.com plans an initial public offering of C$50M; Sam's Club announces a monthly book club; Indy publisher Wooden Books offers its titles free online; and other news.

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Liu Xiaobo Appeals Conviction, Kirkus Reviews Is Back, and More

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Online Only, posted 1.06.10

Liu Xiaobo appeals his eleven-year prison sentence; literary agent Andrew Wylie signs Updike estate; Kirkus Reviews is back in business; Yeats and Freud are free online; and other news.

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The Kindle Killer, a Tolstoy Museum Reopens, and More

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Online Only, posted 1.05.10

Hearst previews its new Skiff e-reader; rumors of Apple's 'Kindle Killer' continue to gain momentum; Mediabistro launches GalleyCat Reviews; a Tolstoy museum reopens in Chechnya; and other news.

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Writers Rally for Liu Xiaobo, Orwell Birthplace to Be Restored, and More

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Online Only, posted 1.04.10

Poetry by Jorge Luis Borges is appearing in English for the first time; a new e-reading platform promises better aesthetics; Günter Grass’s Stasi files are the subject of an upcoming book; a Chinese author is suing Google for making her latest novel available online; and other news.

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NEH Grants to Fund Libraries, Apple Tablet Expected Next Month, and More

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Online Only, posted 12.30.09

The 2010 Riyadh Book Fair will feature an English-language display; new security restrictions mean printed books may be the best bet for in-flight entertainment; publishers say digital piracy is on the rise; how to get rid of books; and other news.

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