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:
In a court ruling, the Authors Guild lost its class action status  in its bid to stop Google from creating a digital archive of millions of library books. (Publishers Weekly)
Amazon was granted a patent  for customized “supplemental content” for its e-books. (Wired)
Zeljka Marosevic details what it was like to work for Victoria Barnsley , who announced yesterday she is leaving HarperCollins. (Melville House)
Amit Majmudar describes how he reads the work of Byron in his dreams . (Kenyon Review)
The Newsstand, a pop-up shop occupying a retail space in a Brooklyn  subway station, is selling indy books and ’zines until July 20. (New York Times)
Slate features a coded World War I postcard written by poet Wilfred Owen to his mother in 1917 .
Ted Scheinman reports from the first annual Jane Austen Summer Program at the University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill: “I’ve got all these smelling salts and no one to revive .” (Paris Review Daily)