Memoirist Lil Wayne

Under a promotion with Harper Collins, British kids will get books instead of toys with their Happy Meals for the next four weeks.

The end of an era, as announced on Twitter: “This is the final post from @Borders. We hope you'll follow @BNBuzz for reading recommendations, exclusive author content, deals & more.” And yes, @BNBuzz is Barnes and Noble.

Mary Karr’s elegy for Christopher Hitchens (who she only met twice).

The trailer for the new Wes Anderson movie is now online. It’s called Moonrise Kingdom, and we have to agree with Slate’s accessment: with it’s twee soundtrack and child-heavy cast, it “feels as though we have taken one step closer to the Platonic ideal of a Wes Anderson Movie.”

Grand Central is putting out Lil Wayne’s prison memoirs. "We are thrilled to be publishing Wayne’s prison memoir," executive editor Ben Greenberg said in a press release today. "He kept detailed journals of his inner and outer life while he was on Rikers Island, and they certainly tell a story. They are revealing."

After Remnick, Wintour and Carter, who’s next in line to edit Conde Nast’s flagship publications?