Voices from across the spectrum of cultural observation look at the dynamics of the moment and predict how ‘We Will Emerge’ from the fray.
Cambridge Opens an Essay Series, New Writings on the Pandemic
To ‘provide a resource in time of need,’ Cambridge University Press reaches out to its experts and specialists around the world for reflections on the coronavirus COVID-19 pandemic.
Good Books Are Worth the Wait
Publishing a book was once an event and an overly-prolific writer might be doing more harm to their career than they expect, argues publisher Tim Schaffner.
PEN Relaunches “Atlas” International Literary News Site
PEN relaunched PEN Atlas, its portal for international news. It will offer weekly essays and articles from a global who’s-who from the literary world.
Don’t Hate Me Because I Self Publish
Chris Faraone’s father was a self-publisher. Now the author of 99 Nights with the 99 Percent and a publisher’s worst nightmare makes it a second generation.
A Novelist Appraises China, Then and Now
Duncan Jepson’s new novel ‘All the Flowers in Shanghai’ gives western readers a glimpse into China’s psyche, where tradition can take precedence over reason.
Italy’s 40K Books: No Paper, No Attention Span, No Problem
Milan-based 40K Books is convinced that less is more, and offers e-books that can be read in 60 minutes or less.
My Favorite Book of the Summer: Alina Simone’s You Must Go and Win
Push all other books aside and clear a few hours for Alina Simone’s You Must Go and Win!. Of all the books I read this summer, it was by far the most fun.
Will a Gold Medal Help Kim Yu-na be Published Worldwide?
By Erin L. Cox Last night in Vancouver, 19 year old Korean figure skater Kim Yu-na would skate a flawless program that would win her the gold medal. Voted Person of the Year in 2009 by The Korea Times, spokesperson for products from Nike to Hyundai, Yu-na is a star in Korea. Now, coming home with a gold medal in hand, Yu-na will now be elevated to an …
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