Friday, September 27, 2013

One Year Reading a Book from Every Nation in the World

The UK's Ann Morgan discusses the challenges and surprises of spending a year reading a book from each of the globe's 196 independent countries.
Some authors and publishers museums deliberately refusing to stock publishers titles in order to favor their own exhibition catalogs. Or is it merely a question of taste?
Ready for Frankfurt?
Global publishing CEOs, digital book innovators, booksellers, literary agents and more — come hear leading book pros at the Publishing Perspectives Stage in Frankfurt.
More News from PP:
Google has expanded Play ebook sales to Taiwan, Hong Kong, Singapore, Malaysia, the Philippines, Thailand, Vietnam, and New Zealand.
After discovering the winner of a debut novel prize was co-authored, Planeta is donating the prize money of million pesos (USD $76,800) to Mexico's flood victims.
From the Archives:
Internet literature may be booming in China, but a recent survey reports that a majority of readers have been disappointed and unsatisfied with the quality of the books.

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