Tuesday, March 06, 2018

The Roundup with PW


The Oldest #MeToo Movement: Privately, Native women have shared stories about Native men who hurt them, or their friends and families, for decades—including Sherman Alexie.

Project Gutenberg Blocks German Users: As a result of a German lawsuit, Project Gutenberg has blocked Germany from viewing the Project Gutenberg web site.

'Little Fires Everywhere' Goes to TV: In another literary scoop for Reese Witherspoon's production company, she and Kerry Washington will adapt Celeste Ng's bestseller.

Last Call for Plimpton’s Apartment: George Plimpton's widow, Sarah, threw one last shindig last week—the end of an era at the 'Paris Review.'

Reinventing the Thriller in Korea: The country has emerged as a surprising literary force as a new crime novel bagged a six-figure deal and sparked a global bidding war.

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