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February 14, 2007

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From icy Philadelphia, some links to start the day: The latest round at the LBC is over, but we’ve posted our nominees for the next round. Read the books now so you can discuss them with us in a month or so. I was a nominator this round and my pick is The Cottagers by […]

February 5, 2007

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We’ve got some great stuff in the pipeline at The Millions, starting with a lierary magazine roundtable (part one of which will be up shortly), but before we get to that a couple of quick links: This week at the LBC we’re discussing our winter 2007 Read This! selection, Wizard of the Crow by Ngugl […]

January 25, 2007

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Mr. Sarvas aka TEV takes another turn in the limelight, this time in the Jewish Journal. Of course this story comes from a local TV news site: Pornographic comic books sold on Wal-Mart, Target web sites. Film at 11! Five things about children’s book awards from a Michigan point of view. “Digital textbooks can save […]

January 16, 2007

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The LBC has named its next pick. It’s a fantastic, epic, funny book. Visit the blog for all the details. Forbes rounds up the most expensive books sold at auction in 2006. The top ten include five atlases, but according to the slide show that accompanies the story, a Shakespeare First Folio brought in the […]

December 14, 2006

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A really great, thoughtful post about independent book stores in New York from The Written Nerd. A must read if you are a bookseller or if you care about the state of independent bookstores. Read the whole thing and then see my comment on the post for my thoughts. As an antidote to all the […]

December 12, 2006

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Some very cool Hunter S. Thompson photography showing now at an LA gallery. The show coincides with a pricey new “collector’s edition” book that “presents a rare look into the life of Thompson.” (via) Another most literate cities list has arrived. In 2006, Seattle wins, with Minneapolis second. My hometown Washington, DC, is tied for […]