Apr 10, 2012 @ 12:44:00 am
There’s a lot to look forward to on the LA Review of Books relaunched site, which will go live in about a week; we’re especially looking forward to reading Grace Krilanovich on cult filmmaker Kenneth Anger; Thomas Sayers Ellis on poverty, photography, and poetry; Hua Hsu on office chairs; and Robert Polito nominating “three poems that would make great movies.”
Two years ago there was an outcry when it was revealed that The Anthology of Rap contained more than a few transcription errors. However, connoisseurs of the forthcoming Snoop Dog book, Rolling Words, need not get excised if they discover an error or two—they can simply tear out the offending page and use it to smoke their misgivings away.
Amazon may be the pariah of the publishing world, but it’s been busy working behind the scenes to make friends. The
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