Wednesday, May 24, 2017

The Roundup with PW

Bookseller Charity Raises $224,000
All Big Five publishers have made significant contributions to the Book Industry Charitable Foundation this year, prompted by authors Ann Patchett and James Patterson.
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Appeals Court Orders Expedited Hearing in ReDigi Case
The order, issued by Denny Chin, the judge who presided over Google’s library book scanning litigation, could mean oral arguments in the copyright case could be heard this summer.
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What Amazon Charts Means for You: Amazon’s new rating system for the book market is seeking to challenge the decades-long dominance of the 'New York Times' bestseller status.

Elizabeth Warren's Book Advance: Senator Warren banked a $200,000 advance for her latest book, according to her newly filed Senate financial disclosure forms.

Tales of the Mysterious Bookshop: Is Otto Penzler the most important figure in the history of mystery fiction who’s never written a mystery story?

Polish Poetry, American Resistance: After President Donald Trump was elected on November 8, many sought out poetry—and Polish poetry in particular.

One Hundred Years of Success: When Gabriel García Márquez’s most famous novel was published, it faced a difficult publishing climate and baffled reviews. 50 years later, it's a classic.


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