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Daily News

Scribner named Colin Harrison its new editor-in-chief; a new translation of James Joyce's Finnegans Wake made the bestseller list in China; F. Scott and Zelda Fitzgerald's Baltimore townhouse is for sale; and other news.

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Daily News

Activist poet and performer Jayne Cortez has died in New York at the age of seventy-eight; the New York Times traces the circuitous route to publication for novelist Jenny Offill; the Believer looks at the life and work of Nelson Algren; and other news.

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Daily News

Scholars may soon have full access to the T. S. Eliot's personal papers and correspondence; Greg Olear examines his writing success at forty; rumors of a possible merger or sale of the Wylie Agency are afloat; and other news.

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City Guides

Join indie author Edie Rhoads as she showcases the local literary treasures of one of America’s most picturesque cities.

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City Guides

Adam Ross, author of the New York Times Notable Book Mr. Peanut, takes us on a tour of his beloved Nashville, "a great secret, cool as all get-out but never self-consciously hip or competitive," with a literary life as vibrant as its musical one.

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City Guides

Author and Tin House Magazine editor Michelle Wildgen serves as our guide to the literary locales of Madison, Wisconsin, a city whose lofty earnestness in everything from food to literature inspired her two novels.

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City Guides

Before heading to the Iowa Summer Writing Festival, held throughout June and July, get acquainted with the reading series, bars, landmarks, and people—including our guide Jan Weissmiller, co-owner of indie bookseller Prairie Lights Books—of designated City of Literature Iowa City. 

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City Guides

On his writers tour of Portland, Maine, award-winning author Ron Currie Jr. sets out to "dispel the persistent notion that Maine is intellectually DOA" by showcasing the city's thriving literary scene.

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News and Trends

March/April 2012

In the midst of the political protests that were escalating in Wisconsin last winter, three library science majors at the University of Wisconsin devised the Library as Incubator Project, a website for writers, artists, and librarians to share their creations and ideas in one collaborative space.

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City Guides

Native New Orleanian John Biguenet, author of seven books and many prizewinning plays, highlights postflood literary New Orleans—"a palimpsest" on which "the past bleeds through the fresh culture now being inscribed over the submerged text, centuries old."

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