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Daniel Menaker to Host Online Book Program

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Online Only, posted 1.30.08

A new online book program, Titlepage, will premiere on the Web site titlepage.tv on March 3, the New York Times reports. The show will present "passionate conversations about books," according to the program's Web site, with each episode featuring a round-table discussion among a group of authors and host Daniel Menaker, the former fiction editor of the New Yorker who stepped down as executive editor in chief of Random House last June.

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Investigators Uncover Plot to Assassinate Orhan Pamuk

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Online Only, posted 1.29.08

At least thirteen people were arrested last week in Turkey as part of an investigation into an alleged plan to assassinate Nobel laureate Orhan Pamuk. Among those arrested, according to various international newspaper reports, is Kemal Kerincisz, the lawyer who tried to prosecute Pamuk as well as novelists Elif Shafak and Perhian Magden on charges of "insulting Turkishness."

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Judith Regan Settles Suit Against News Corporation

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Online Only, posted 1.28.08

Last Friday, publisher Judith Regan settled her $100 million dollar defamation suit filed last November against her former employer News Corporation, parent company of HarperCollins. The terms of the settlement remain confidential, but both parties released a joint statement claiming that the resolution was equitable and that neither party admitted liability.

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Steven Hall and Peter Godwin Win Borders Original Voices Awards

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Online Only, posted 1.25.08

Borders announced on Wednesday the winners of the 2007 Original Voices Awards. Steven Hall won in fiction for his debut novel, The Raw Shark Texts (Canongate), and Peter Godwin won in creative nonfiction for When a Crocodile Eats the Sun: A Memoir of Africa (Little, Brown). Each will receive $5,000 at a ceremony in March, and their winning books will be highlighted at Borders outlets nationwide.

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Neither Side Backing Down in Ishmael Beah Memoir Dispute

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Online Only, posted 1.24.08

Five days after a newspaper in Australia published a report challenging the accuracy of A Long Way Gone: Memoirs of a Boy Soldier (Sara Crichton Books, 2007) by Ishmael Beah, neither side is backing down; both the author and his publisher have issued statements defending the book while the Australian stands by its claims.

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Scholars Question Accuracy of Transcribed Frost Notebooks

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Online Only, posted 1.23.08

Robert Faggen, professor and chairman of the English department at Claremont McKenna College in California, has come under scrutiny for his transcription of Robert Frost's papers collected in The Notebooks of Robert Frost, published by Harvard University Press last January. According to two critics, the compilation of forty-seven of Frost's notebooks contains hundreds of errors.

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