Thursday, January 14, 2016

The Roundup with PW

Canadian Indies Report Strong 2015
Independent bookstores across the country are reporting a very positive year, with some stores citing double-digit growth in 2015. more »

Mollie Glick Joins CAA: The literary agent, who reps such authors as Jonathan Evison and Sarah McCoy, is joining the agency's books department.

Political Book Canceled in Hong Kong: Amid the disappearance of five Hong Kong booksellers, a local publishing house has reportedly pulled a book critical of China's president.

Is 'Mein Kampf' Still Dangerous?: The 'New York Times' explores whether or not Adolf Hitler's anti-Semitic manifesto should be available.

Todd Larsen Named CEO of Blurb: The former Time Inc. exec is now chief executive of the tech company that helps people self-publish books and magazines.

How Movies Can Help Writers: Find out which skills writers can learn from watching films, including how to keep the story moving.


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