Wednesday, March 25, 2015

The Roundup with PW

Man Booker International Prize Finalists: Ten writers are on the judges’ list of finalists under serious consideration for the sixth Man Booker International Prize, the £60,000 award which recognizes one writer for his or her achievement in fiction.

Atavist Gets a Refresh: The four-year-old digital magazine and publisher unveiled several significant design and functionality changes Monday.

Book Runs Afoul of Energy Department: A physicist who helped devise the atom bomb more than half a century ago has defied a federal order to cut from his new book material that the government says teems with thermonuclear secrets.

Dear Mr. Jarecki: Editor Gerald Howard on how Gordon Lish’s first novel anticipated 'The Jinx.'

One Book Group, One Book, 18 Years: For nearly two decades, an eclectic group of readers has gathered for their book club devoted to a single novel: 'Finnegans Wake' by James Joyce.

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