Bookish news and publishing tidbits 26 September 2011

book news Bookish news and publishing tidbits 26 September 2011

Oncoming Meteor Targets Traditional Book Publishers'

Who Are The Natural Storytellers Of SF/F?

Childrens book publishersforegoing the inherent market advantages of the basic e-book is a big mistake:'

Best Books for Middle School Kids from Actual Middle School Students'

50% of Americans dont read. The question is: Why not? And should they?'

Its Banned Books week. Celebrate the freedom to read!'

Introducing Adam and Eve: casting for Miltons Paradise Lost -

A'slideshow of the most banned Scholastic titles:'

40 Publishing Buzzwords, Cliches and Euphemisms Decoded'

The Bookless Bookstore

Publishers expect comedy memoirs to top bestsellers list this Christmas The Guardian

Article on the state of publishing from Vanity Fair.

Rick Kleiffel interviews authors Lev Grossman & Meg

'The great thing about being a poet is that you can think about poetry at all times''

An argument for linking art and science: The Top Ten Lessons Steve Jobs Can Teach Us If Well Listen Forbes'

The Man Booker Prize shortlist, cover by cover

From CEO Brian Murray: An Open Letter to HarperCollins authors on our new partnership with On Demand Books'

SF Signal Podcast #079: A WorldCon'interview with Ian McDonald:'


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