Dec 17, 2012 @ 12:11:00 am
A film adaptation of Salman Rushdie’s novel Midnight’s Children has made it past India’s censorship board without any alterations. “India here we come—intact! Great news,” tweeted the film’s director, Deepa Mehta. “Salman Rushdie and I thrilled.” The film, which debuted at the Toronto Film Festival last September, will be released in India early next year.
"Although it is not a popular opinion, I believe that library e-book borrowing erodes ebook sales, at least modestly." At PWXYZ, Peter Brantley weighs in on the advantages and challenges facing libraries that "lend" e-books.
The Algonquin roundtable is gone, Bookstore Row vanished '80s, and all the writers have decamped to Brooklyn. The New York Times’ book critic Dwight Garner goes searching for what remains of literary Manhattan, and what—library-themed
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