Jan 16, 2013 @ 12:40:00 am
The National Book Foundation has announced several changes to the selection and awards process of the annual National Book Awards. There will now be both a long list of finalists announced in September, followed by a short list in October. Also, the judges on the selection committee will no longer be only writers, but will include booksellers, critics, and librarians.
The French Embassy is looking into opening a French language bookstore in Manhattan.
Melville House is hiring a managing editor. They’re asking for at least two years of book publishing experience and a willingness to “tolerate malarky.”
New Yorkers: This Sunday marks the one-year anniversary of Triple Canopy’s move to Greenpoint, which they celebrated at the time by holding a marathon reading of Gertrude Stein’s The Making of Americans. Now, to
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