Wednesday, October 25, 2017

The Roundup with PW

The Five Weirdest Amazon Bids: Among the 238 proposals for the e-tailers second headquarters are a 21-foot cactus and renaming a section of Georgia countryside.

Amor Towles's Historical Bestseller: First released in September 2016, 'A Gentleman in Moscow' has become one of this year’s top word-of-mouth successes.

Instagram's Rare Book Dealers: A few young turks are bringing one of the most inaccessible corners of the book world into the digital public square.

Erasure Poetry Booms Under Trump: How a poetic form gained new political purpose online in 2017.

Seeing Spain Through Lorca's Eyes: A fractured country and its "arid lands and immense nights" inspired Spanish poet and playwright Federico García Lorca.

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