Tuesday, April 24, 2018

The Roundup with PW

Amazon’s Critics Get New Life: President Trump’s attacks on the e-tailer and its chief executive, Jeff Bezos, have opened the door for the company’s critics.

Japan's Biggest Export? Its Culture: Anime, manga, and Haruki Murakami may form an unlikely trinity, but outside of Japan, they're the country's reputation makers.

Who Bought Sylvia Plath’s Stuff?: A tartan kilt, fishing rod, and dragon pendant were among items auctioned recently by the poet’s daughter, Frieda Hughes.

Lay Off the L.A. Readers: There's a stereotype out there that Angelenos are loath to crack open a book. If that's true, how do you explain the Los Angeles Times Festival of Books?

The Marvelous Rise of Stan Lee: How a man who was once "finished with comics" became synonymous with Marvel's powerhouse global brand.

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