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Dec 28 2016: Richard Adams, the British novelist who became one of the world’s best-selling authors with his first book, “Watership Down,” a tale of rabbits whose adventures in a pastoral realm of epic perils explored Homeric themes of exile, courage and survival, died on Saturday. ...
Dec 14 2016: Shirley Hazzard died December 12 aged 85. Her novel The Transit of Venus won the 1980 National Book Critics Circle Award for fiction. Then, more than 20 years elapsed before she published The Great Fire, which won the 2003 National Book Award for fiction.
Dec 08 2016: A new Californian law going into effect in January mandates that anyone selling a signed book for more than $5 must vouch for the autograph’s authenticity. That includes, among other things, identifying the previous owner.
The law was designed to protect consumers ...
Dec 07 2016: Authors United, the group of more than 1,000 writers that author Douglas Preston set up two years ago to battle Amazon's treatment of writers during the period the online retailer was restricting the sale of Hachette titles, is merging with the Authors Guild, the ...
Dec 06 2016: In the New York Times Ann Patchett offers a guide for "bookstore pilgrims" who want to discover some of the best indie bookstores across the USA.
Nov 21 2016: Irish author William Trevor, 88, best known for his short stories, died Sunday evening. He won the O. Henry Prize four times and the Whitbread Award three times; he was also nominated for the Booker Prize five times. His US publisher Kathryn Court at Penguin commented ...
Nov 19 2016: James Patterson has delivered on his pledge earlier this year of $1.75 million to help save school libraries with the second installment of the School Library Campaign.
In partnership with Scholastic Reading Club, the Patterson Pledge program is part of an ongoing ...
Nov 17 2016: National Book Award for Fiction:
The Underground Railroad by Colson Whitehead
National Book Award for Nonfiction:
Stamped from the Beginning by Ibram X. Kendi
National Book Award for Poetry:
The Performance of Becoming Human by Daniel Borzutzky
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