Thursday, April 30, 2015

The Roundup with PW

Spiegelman Warns of 'Dangerous' Outcome: With top Moscow bookstores removing his Holocaust tale under a Nazi propaganda law, Art Spiegelman sounds the alarm: "We don’t want cultures to erase memory."

Kobo Not Battling Publishers: Kobo has said it has “no interest in fighting publishers," after signing its first publishing deal with journalist Kevin Donovan for a book about Canadian radio presenter Jian Ghomeshi.

Trollope Trending: Why Anthony Trollope is still the novelist of the way we live now, according to Adam Gopnik at the 'New Yorker.'

Libraries Make Space for 3-D Printers: At hundreds of libraries across the U.S., 3-D printers can sometimes be heard whirring in the background, part of an effort to encourage interest in the new technology and foster DIY "maker spaces."

Required Reading: Thirty of the best horror books, rounded up at 'Paste' magazine.

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