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Amazon Grant Supports Words Without Borders, Paper Prices Rising, and More

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Online Only, posted 11.06.09

For thousands of would-be novelists, November is NaNoWriMo; the New York Observer is getting a new editor; McSweeney’s is giving readers a taste of its long-awaited newspaper project; the Espresso Book Machine is gaining ground; a new study looks at how U.S. publishers are treating their employees; and other news.

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Amazon’s Twitter Scheme Draws Fire, “E-galley” System Unveiled, and More

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Online Only, posted 11.05.09

LA’s inkSlam Poetry Festival is underway; the glut of Penguin merchandise has some concerned that the publisher is forgetting its radical roots; U.K. publishers are urging government action against digital piracy; zombie literature refuses to die; and other news.

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Norway has Kindle Concerns, New “E-paper” Displays Expected in 2010, and More

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Online Only, posted 11.04.09

The Internet Archive is offering libraries a legal scanning solution for copyright “orphans”; Hyperion has a new editor in chief; San Diego is pressing ahead with its long-delayed central library plans; a new Web site is testing the profitability of poetry; this spring’s Beirut39 festival will spotlight up-and-coming Arab authors; and other news.

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Congress Increases Arts Funding, B&N Sued Over Nook Design, and More

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Online Only, posted 11.03.09

Canadian publishers are receiving notice this week about federal grant allotments; Shipping News author E. Annie Proulx has donated her papers to the NYPL; writers, musicians, and booksellers in NYC are gathering to mark Indie Bookstore Week; Madrid will host Spain’s first e-book fair this month; and other news.

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Britain Names First Storyteller Laureate, B&N Looks Overseas, and More

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Online Only, posted 11.02.09

Nearly two thousand publishers are heading to Mexico this month for what organizers say is the world’s largest Spanish-language book fair; a prequel is in the works for the late Isaac Asimov’s I, Robot novels; Scholastic has pulled a title from its elementary school book fairs after the author refused to rewrite a same-sex couple as heterosexual; and other news.

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JFK Library Acquires Hemingway Papers, Authors Make Forbes “Dead Celebs” List, and More

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Online Only, posted 10.30.09

Eggers’s Katrina tale will become a cartoon; China’s official state newspaper has accused Google of censorship; Emily Dickinson’s house has been closed after ceiling worries; Lord Byron’s unpublished letters have set an auction record; and other news.

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