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Bookstores Take a Beating, and Other News

November 1, 2012 | by

Brooklyn's Powerhouse Books, post-Sandy

  • How did bookstores fare in the wake of Hurricane Sandy?
  • A sad reality for many right now: how to care for water-damaged books.
  • The (thankfully unscathed) New York Public Library has waived fines ... until November 8.
  • Many independent bookstores are refusing to stock books from the Amazon imprint.
  • The Proper Art of Writing: a compilation of all sorts of capital or initial letters of German, Latin and Italian fonts from different masters of the noble art of writing.

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    On the Shelf

    September 28, 2011 | by

    H.G. Wells

    A cultural news roundup.

  • Jewish poet and novelist Emanuel Litvinoff has died at the age of ninety-six.
  • Here, he reads his poem “T. S. Eliot.”
  • A new Bloomsbury imprint will digitally revive out-of-print titles by Edith Sitwell, Cecil Day-Lewis, and Monica Dickens, among others.
  • Julian Assange’s memoir, due to  lackluster sales, may soon be out of print. It’s sold fewer than 700 copies.
  • Michael Moore tries to pull his memoir from “murderous Georgia” following the execution of Troy Davis.
  • Reviewers vs. Bloggers.
  • Stephen King gives fans a taste of The Shining sequel.
  • Le fin dAsterix.
  • The return of The BFG.
  • The sex life of H. G. Wells.
  • Between a rock and a hard place.
  • A visual history of book references in The Simpsons.
  • Bentley was, however, no ass.”