Thursday, May 05, 2016

The Roundup with PW

In Rebrand, Abrams Drops ST&C Imprint Name
Beginning with this fall’s list Abrams will phase out the name of its Stewart, Tabori & Chang imprint and publish all titles under the Abrams banner. more »

Jessa Crispin Talks Shuttering Bookslut: In the wake of the long-running blog's last issue, its founder discusses why she stopped: "I just don’t find American literature interesting."

Writers Who Are "Hard to Look At": After an editor's errant comment about reasons for picking up expensive debuts caused a stir, Mallory Ortberg weighs in at 'The Toast.'

Remembering Daniel Berrigan: On loving the Jesuit priest and poet, a beloved fixture at Fordham University, who died at 94 on April 30.

Doubts About 'Flags of Our Fathers': James Bradley, the author of the military bestseller, thinks his father may not be in the famous photo of Marines raising the American flag at Iwo Jima.

Reading the Books of Biased Authors: How to handle returning to classic novels, only to discover authorial prejudices you once missed.

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