Wednesday, December 14, 2016

The Roundup with PW

Shakespeare & Co. Parent Raises Nearly $8M to Grow
Just over a year after Dane Neller, cofounder of the maker of the Espresso Book Machine and a group of backers purchased the New York City bookstore, they have begun raising money to turn it into a national chain.
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35 Over 35: Roundup up 35 debut authors over the age of 35, because publishing a book deserves celebration at any stage of one's career.

U.K. Library Closures Could Double: A further 340 closures are likely in the next five years, says librarians’ body, without government intervention to protect funding.

An Indigenous Comic Con: Native creators, artists, writers, illustrators, and fans gathered in Albuquerque, N.M. to celebrate contemporary Native nerd culture.

A Year In Reading: 'The Millions' runs a number of reflections on the past year in books, from contributors including Tony Tulathimutte and Cynthia D’Aprix Sweeney.

An Interview with Mary Ruefle: The poet, who rarely uses a computer, says prose is a public language and poetry is a private language.

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