October 23, 2012 book news

Virago buys Fifty Shades of Feminism

Are e-Reader Companies Expanding Too Fast?

Larry Sloan dies at 89; co-founder of ‘Mad Libs’ publisher

Thayil on South Asian Lit Prize longlist

The Folio Society has just issued a deluxe new edition of Isaac Asimov’s Foundation trilogy (with an introduction by Dr. Krugman, [via] when does he ever find time for these things?)

Suddenly everyone wants New Yorker style content. Only one catch: Who is going to write it?

I published my first short novel, and it is open-source

Frankfurt Book Fair 2012: Self-publishing, cell phones and startups

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