Saturday, September 10, 2016

The Roundup with PW

Riggio Vows to Fight for B&N
In commenting on disappointing quarterly results, Barnes & Noble founder and recently returned CEO Len Riggio said, “We are not just going to close stores and go home. We are committed to this business.”
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'American Pastoral' in Toronto: Ewan McGregor discusses his directorial debut as the Philip Roth adaptation hits the Toronto Film Festival.

A Whole New Meaning for Book Bans: More than 30 Charleston Southern football players were banned from play after not buying books at a bookstore.

Jane Eyre Sees America: Timed to the 200th anniversary of Charlotte Brontë’s birth, an exhibit opens at the Morgan Library and Museum today.

Wordstock's Authors and Presenters: The Portland, Ore.-based literary festival has announced its lineup for 2016.

Cartoonist Residency at J.D. Salinger's: The author’s former home is being offered as a workspace for young artists after it was bought by illustrator Harry Bliss.

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