Apr 9, 2013 @ 12:57:00 am
The New York Times profiles Mellow Pages, a DIY bookstore in far-flung Brooklyn that stocks around 1,300 books by small presses and mostly unknown writers.
The latest issue of New York Magazine takes stock of the state of the media with a special section dedicated to its past, present and future. Mark Danner interviews NYRB founder Bob Silvers on the magazine’s fifty-year history; Frank Rich assesses the declining profit margins of print newspapers, and Andrew Rice considers the charge that BuzzFeed is nothing more than “a super-big ad tech company with a journalism veneer.”
It’s a big month for the Paris Review: their annual revel is tomorrow, and in two weeks, they’re set to move from their current Tribecca location to a new office in Chelsea.
Moby Lives reads between the lines of e-book pricing.
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