»

| Give a Gift |

  • Digital Edition

Daily News from Poets & Writers

<< first < previous Page: 268 | 269 | 270 | 271 | 272 | 273 | 274 | 275 | 276 next > last >>

1627 - 1632 of 2150 results

Sony's Big Promotion: Watch a Man Read

Daily News

Online Only, posted 10.02.08

As part of a campaign to promote the Sony Reader, the Sony Corporation has hired world-renowned speed reader David Farrow to sit in a Manhattan storefront and use the device to read e-books nonstop for a month. For every page he turns, Sony will donate a library of one hundred e-book titles to a U.S. school. The company hopes to donate 150,000 e-book libraries, or fifteen million e-books, by the end of the month. The campaign, Reader Revolution, coincides with National Book Month.

See More

Nobel Secretary Causes Stir With Criticism of American Literature

Daily News

Online Only, posted 10.01.08

Horace Engdahl, the permanent secretary for the Swedish Academy and top jury member for the Nobel Prize, sent ripples through the literary community yesterday when he criticized American writers in an interview with the Associated Press.

 

See More

Controversial Book Bound for Stores Despite London Firebombing

Daily News

Online Only, posted 9.30.08

Eric Kampmann, president of Beaufort Books, the U.S. publisher that bought Sherry Jones's The Jewel of Medina after Random House cancelled publication of the novel three months ago, told Publishers Weekly yesterday that his plans to publish the book remain in place and that the controversial title should be in stores by the end of the week.

See More

Twain House Forges Ahead With Series of Fund-raisers

Daily News

Online Only, posted 9.29.08

Faced with financial woes that have threatened to close its doors, the Mark Twain House and Museum has planned a series of fund-raising events aimed at saving the historic site in Hartford, Connecticut.

 

See More

The Bookkeeper Bungle: Indie Publisher Recalls Errant Rejection Letters

Daily News

Online Only, posted 9.26.08

Feeling snubbed by Academy Chicago, the thirty-three-year-old independent press praised by many writers as author-friendly? Check your rejection letter—you may have received it in error.

See More

USDA to Museum: Hemingway's Six-Toed Cats Can Stay

Daily News

Online Only, posted 9.26.08

The Ernest Hemingway Home and Museum in Key West, Florida, announced yesterday that it has reached an agreement with the U.S. Department of Agriculture (USDA) that allows around fifty cats to stay on the grounds of the Nobel Prize winner's home. The famous six-toed cats—descended from a cat named Snowball—were the subject of a five-year battle between the museum and the federal government.

See More

<< first < previous Page: 268 | 269 | 270 | 271 | 272 | 273 | 274 | 275 | 276 next > last >>

1627 - 1632 of 2150 results

Subscribe to P&W Magazine | Donate Now | Advertise | Sign up for E-Newsletter | Help | About Us | Contact Us | View Mobile Site

© Copyright Poets & Writers 2015. All Rights Reserved