Friday, August 19, 2016

The Roundup with PW

Pamela Paul to Oversee All 'New York Times' Book Coverage
The editor of the 'New York Times' Sunday Book Review will take over all book coverage for the paper, including the daily Books section, book news, and publishing industry news.
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Comics Lure Literary Authors
Recently authors Margaret Atwood, Chuck Palahniuk, and William Gibson have all written (or announced) original comics projects in the hope of gaining new fans—and sales.
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Cover Story: Faber Nature Poets
When it came time to design the look of the recently released Faber Nature Poets series, Faber & Faber senior designer Eleanor Crow had a wealth of history to draw on.
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Dear President: An open letter to the next commander in chief from 50 American poets and writers including Tina Chang and T. C. Boyle.

The Magic Mansion: Thomas Mann's Pacific Palisades home is for sale, and it's become a huge deal in his native Germany.

The Birth of Black Dog Books: A former nurse from Wyoming brings a bookstore to the small town of Newton, N.J.

The Activist Changing Book Publishing: Is Leena Norms, the U.L. vlogger and co-founder of the 'Banging Bookclub,' representative of the changing face of publishing?

Canadian Literature and Video Games: On 'The Long Dark,' a new video game rife with the legacy of Canadian literature.


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