Wednesday, April 20, 2016

The Roundup with PW

Getting Lost at the LBF: Marta Bausells got lost in the crowds at the London Book Fair—and would recommend it.

Is the ABA Afraid of China?: The American Bar Association just squashed a book deal with a leading human rights lawyer for fear of “upsetting the Chinese government.”

Dunham's Lenny Finds Its First Book: 'Sour Heart,' a collection of short fiction by Jenny Zhang, will kick off Lena Dunham's new imprint.

New York Schools May Get Amazon E-Books: The N.Y.C. department of education will vote on April 20 on the first three years of a contract valued at around $30 million.

Medieval Manuscripts, Women Writers: Works by Julian of Norwich and Margery Kempe, two of the earliest women writers in English, are on display together for the first time.


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