Wednesday, September 28, 2016

The Roundup with PW

Frankfurt Book Fair 2016 Preview
New programs and a continued engagement with creative sectors outside of traditional book publishing have expanded the scope of the show, though rights is still at the core.
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I, Pulitzer Prize–Winning Robot: How long will it be before artificial intelligence is capable of winning the Pulitzer Prize?

A Wrong Way to Read?: Adam Kirsch and Anna Holmes debate whether some methods of reading are more correct than others.

Closing the YA Diversity Gap: A new partnership will distribute multicultural books to low-income kids and give authors of color a boost.

Canada's Publishing Hive: At the offices of Penguin Random House Canada, curling up with a good book is encouraged.

The Advice Column as Literature: While writers might hope a reader takes something more from their writing than just plot or literal meaning, advice columnists go one step further.

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