Wednesday, September 21, 2016

The Roundup with PW

Kensington Launches Digital Speculative Fiction Imprint
Kensington Publishing Corp. will begin publishing science fiction and fantasy e-books this fall with the launch of Rebel Base Books, a digital-only imprint to be overseen by editor Martin Biro.
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Russia to Foreign Publishers: Come Back
The Moscow International Book Fair is actively courting western publishers to return to a show that this year counted no American publishers and very few from Europe.
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Cave Canem to Receive 2016 Literarian Award
The National Book Foundation will present the writer's center with its award for outstanding service to the American literary community.

Ask the Publicists: Broadside PR and Literary Hub have launched a monthly advice column about book publicity.

National Translation Month: Celebrating translated literature and fostering artistic unity across linguistic boundaries throughout the month of September.

Tales from the Tomb: The British Library has excavated a collection of classic mummy stories, all highly readable.

Copyright After Brexit: Departure from the European Union will mean government has a policy choice to make for the future direction of copyright.

Free Audio Classics on Spotify: If you rummage around Spotify, you’ll find many quality recordings. Open Culture rounds up 75 of them.


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