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:
The Wall Street Journal's L. Gordon Crovitz weighs in on the DOJ’s e-book pricing lawsuit against Apple : “There’s nothing unlawful about revenue sharing or most-favored-nation pricing.”
Meanwhile, yesterday at the Worldwide Developers Conference, Apple showcased its new iBooks e-book store  for Mac computers. (iBooks was originally created for tablet computers and smartphones.) (Shelf Awareness)
Alexander Nazaryan shares his thoughts on the constant use of web-enabled devices , which has caused some to push for classifying a new mental illness called Internet Use Disorder. Nazaryan writes, “I need my gadgets. I don’t want to be cured.” (New York Times)
Robert Pinsky reveals why “Dedication for a Plot of Ground ,” an early work by William Carlos Williams, is a great poem.
Film star Scarlett Johansson is suing Grégoire Delacourt, a French author whose bestselling novel features a character that is Johansson's doppelgänger . (Independent)
From Zadie Smith to Claire Messud to Jennifer Egan —Jason Rice explains how he discovered great writers, who also happen to be women. (Medium)
Filmmaker Sam Zalutsky has launched a Kickstarter to help fund How to Make it to the Promised Land , based on a short story by Ellen Umansky.