Daily News from Poets & Writers

Bill Murray Walks Super Fast for Poets House, Susan Orlean's Big Tweet, and More

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Online Only, posted 6.17.10

Austria strikes a digitization deal with Google; Stieg Larsson's longtime companion refuses a settlement from the author's family; New York library users stage a read-in; the twentieth annual International Poetry Festival of Medellin kicks off next month in Columbia; and other news.

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Jack Kerouac's Last Typewriter for Sale, Bloomsday Reprieve From Apple, and More

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Online Only, posted 6.16.10

The Millions "alternate-universe" 20 Under 40 list; Ulysses Seen gets a reprieve from Apple just in time for Bloomsday; Jack Kerouac's last typewriter is up for auction; Little, Brown launches a crime imprint; and other news.

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Natalie Merchant Rocks WCU Poetry Conference, Mayonnaise Book Bandit Arrested in Idaho, and More

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Online Only, posted 6.15.10

New details emerge in the Penguin Canada sexual harrassment case; Eamon Grennan donates his literary archives to the growing Irish collection at Emory University; the director of the Folger Shakespeare Library announces her retirement; still more Oxford professor of poetry controversy; and other news.

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J.G. Ballard Archives Go to British National Library, the Billionaire Book Club, and More

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Online Only, posted 6.14.10

Apple censors Ulysses Seen days before Bloomsday celebrations; J.G. Ballard's archives go to the British National Library; the former publisher of Penguin Canada is accused of sexual harrassment; a billionaires' summer reading list; and other news.

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The Ultimate World Cup Reading List, the Chicago Tribune Printers Row Lit Fest, and More

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Online Only, posted 6.11.10

Amazon announces a Kindle app for Android phones; Flavorwire picks the ultimate World Cup reading list; New York City gears up for next week's Bloomsday events; the Chicago Tribune Printers Row Lit Fest takes place this weekend; and other news.

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More Oxford Controversy, Politics and Prose for Sale, and More

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Online Only, posted 6.10.10

A new storm of controversy surrounds the Oxford professor of poetry post; Obama will write the foreword to Nelson Mandela's forthcoming diaries; Washington D.C.'s most prominent indie bookstore is up for sale; and other news.

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