Tuesday, October 31, 2017

The Roundup with PW

Waterstones May Be Up For Sale: The Russian tycoon who owns Waterstones has hired advisers to explore a £250m sale of Britain’s best-known bookshop chain.

Jane Juska Dies at 84: The author, whose chronicle of searching for sex as a woman in her 60s became a best-selling memoir, died at a California care facility after a long illness.

Faris Cuts Pratt From Her Memoir: Anna Faris deleted a chapter on her marriage to Chris Pratt in her newly-released memoir, 'Unqualified.'

When Big Data Meets Literature: Most literary criticism is grounded in close reading. But one theorist argues for the computer-assisted crunching of thousands of texts at a time.

The Harassment Satire to Read Now: After the Weinstein revelations, 'Lightning Rods,' Helen DeWitt’s brazen, outrageous novel from 2011, now reads like a work of realism.

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