Every day Poets & Writers Magazine scans the headlines—from publishing reports to academic announcements to literary dispatches—for all the news that creative writers need to know. Here are today's stories:
An indie bookstore in New Zealand, inspired by the Harvard Book Store's same-day-delivery pledge, has taken to delivering books about town on a 1950s-era butcher's bicycle. (Stuff )
HTML Giant  has launched a Literary Magazine Club (er, like a book club, but with a slightly different focus). The club's first selection will be the latest issue of New York Tyrant.
Editor & Publisher, a highly regarded industry publication having a tough year—the magazine briefly closed its doors in early 2010 before finding a new owner—has now replaced its entire editorial staff. (Jacket Copy )
Apple has sold nearly 7.5 million iPads since the U.S. launch in April. (Bookseller )
The Georgetown library reopened yesterday after being destroyed by a fire three years ago. (Washington Post )
Forty thousand people bought eighty thousand books a day at the fifteenth annual Texas Book Festival last week. (Dallas Morning News )