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BookExpo America is this week in New York City, and e-books take center stage; You Are One of Them author Elliott Holt discusses a favorite Chekhov story; the Atlantic explores why Sylvia Plath commands the public imagination; and other news.

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Barnes & Noble announced a major expansion of its NOOK Video offerings; the Wall Street Journal reports Disney-owned Hyperion is selling off its backlist to focus on publishing titles that promote its ABC television properties; Zainab Bahrani details the struggle to save the National Library of Iraq from oblivion; and other news.

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Barnes & Noble reported its Nook revenues are down 26 percent; literary agencies Curtis Brown and Conville & Walsh have merged; Edan Lepucki gathered the thoughts on first drafts from several novelists, including Emma Straub, Ben Fountain, and Emily St. John Mandel; and other news.

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The founder of Barnes & Noble wants to purchase Barnes & Noble's retail stores and website; poet Wang Ping has filed a discrimination lawsuit against Macalester College; ten of the most divisive authors in recent memory; and other news.

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A new Thomas Pynchon novel will be published this September; Nicholas Thompson reveals the magazine article origins of the Oscar-winning film Argo; nine free college-level writing and literature classes; and other news.

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Barnes & Noble announced its Nook revenues would not meet expectations; J. Robert Lennon explains why some writers strive to be rock star musicians; Ploughshares advises how to get out of the slush pile; and other news.

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GalleyCat lists a few ideas of how authors can make use of Twitter’s new Vine; Peter Osnos considers the fate of Barnes & Noble; Publishers Lunch has created a new edition of Buzz Books—a free e-book which features excerpts from upcoming releases; and other news.

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Barnes & Noble may close about twenty stores each year; former ICM chairman Jeffrey Berg has opened Resolution, a new agency; Pulitzer-prize winning novelist Jennifer Egan explains why she writes; and other news.

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Over the holidays, Barnes & Noble experienced a decline in retail revenues compared to last year; David L. Ulin looks at the prison diaries of the late Greek poet Yannis Ritsos; Michael Johnson reveals his obsession with Alexander Pushkin, and other news.

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Barnes & Noble's credit card readers have been hacked in stores across the country; Amazon announces the Japanese Kindle; and Matthew Dickman calls on poetry lovers to send their favorite books to non-poetry readers during October; and other news.  

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