Tuesday, December 15, 2015

The Roundup with PW

J.D. Salinger Copyright Suit is Dropped
The suit had accused the Salinger Literary Trust of “tortiously interfering” with the Devault-Graves Agency's attempts to license foreign editions of its book, 'J.D. Salinger: Three Early Stories.' more »

Dark Horse to Publish Graphic Versions of Neil Gaiman Short Stories
The graphic adaptations of 'How to Talk to Girls at Parties,' with art by Gabriel Bá and Fábio Moon, and 'Troll Bridge,' with art by Colleen Doran, will be released in 2016. more »

A Scientific Look at Books Vs. E-books: A new study uses scientific research to present the pros and cons of each format.

Marlon James Previews New Book: The award-winning author of 'A Brief History of Seven Killings' revealed his next book will be an "African 'Games of Thrones.'"

Taylor Swift Book Gets A Publisher: Simon & Schuster will publish the crowdsourced book on Swift that fans will help create.

Trouble for Pearson: British universities are outraged over Pearson's steep price increases on academic e-books and many have reacted with a boycott.

FlipKart Closing Its E-books Store: The online retailer will stop offering e-books for download on December 17, migrating all existing users to Kobo.


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