Keith remains ill this week so there will be no recorded podcast available. Please enjoy this news list nonetheless.
Here is the news from this week:
- First Tor Relay From a Canadian Library Opens at Western University
- New Leaves Writers Conference starts Monday at George Mason University
- French author earnings revealed in survey
- It Takes 16 People Working Full Time to Publish All of James Patterson's Books
- Audible Clips Lets Users Share Audiobook Snippets
- Google Case Set for April 1 Supreme Court Conference
- UK Government steps in to delay library closures in West Berkshire
- Submissions heat up ahead of LBF
- Bookseller of the Year: Books Inc.
- Violence Against Women in Fiction
- 13 Irish Writers to Read this St. Patrick’s Day
- Ness and Riddell vie for third Carnegie/Greenaway medals
- Recreating Bombay Gothic
- Books Inc. to close its Castro store in S.F.
- How the Open eBooks Program Is Helping Low-Income Youth
- We Already Know the Identity of Elena Ferrante
- Batman Vs Superman Day At Barnes & Noble This Saturday
- College Stores Adapt to a Changing Landscape
- Penguin Random House UK Launches 'The Scheme' To Find The Editors Of Tomorrow
- Interview with a Bookstore: San Francisco's historic City Lights
- Amazon Books: 4 months later, the retail giant’s bricks-and-mortar experiment feels like a winner
- Finland ranked most literate nation
- Londoners on a Mission: An Interview with Influx Press
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