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Bookish news and publishing tidbits 7 September 2011

book news Bookish news and publishing tidbits 7 September 2011

Unbounders, an interesting approach to book deals:'

Scholastic Asian Book Award from The National Book Development Council of Singapore and Scholastic Asia

Read a love note from Mark Twain to his

From Scroll to Screen: NYT'essay about the evolution of books''

How did you find your voice as a blogger?

After 9/11 in the arts: More reality, but also more fantasy'

Can Agent-Publishers fairly represent authors?

ABCs Revenge pilot offered free on Kindle'

How will iPad picture books affect young reader's literacy?'

Author John Irving tells it like it is'

A Booker shortlist long on surprises'

FFFFabulous site for typography fiends:

How 3,000 copies of a book found their way out of the trash can and onto the Amazon Kindle'Bestseller list.'

One of the recurrent themes you'll find on the Late Age of Print blog is the 'end of the book.'

More signs that publishing is at a crossroads.'

Today is Indigenous Literacy Day. Find out how you can support and raise awareness here'

Get the wallpaper for Is That a Fish in Your Ear? (in Swedish)'

RIASS book review:'The Chestnut King by N.D. Wilson

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  1. Mikes story is so interesting thanks for sharing the links!

  2. Stephanie /

    My pleasure, Shelley Rae. Now I feel justified spending so much time on Twitter. ;)

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