Jul 20, 2011 @ 4:00:00 am
Dana Spiotta, photo by Jessica Marx.
A Pandora for books? Mashable reports on BookLamp, “A book recommendation engine built on book content and writing style instead of sales data.”
With digital technology speeding up the book publication cycle, and fewer copy editors to catch mistakes, Virginia Heffernan says we’re living in an age of typos.
Are the books authors are best known for always their best books? Definitely not, argues the The Guardian.
With budget cuts looming, the University of California Press will suspend its poetry book series, New California Poetry.
Tonight at McNally Jackson Books, novelist Dana Spiotta chats with Edward Champion about Spiotta's new book, Stone Arabia.
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