Wednesday, October 28, 2015

The Roundup with PW

American Writers Museum Finds a Home, Sets Launch Date
The new team behind the new museum, which has been in the planning stages for five years, has leased a space in Chicago and announced that the space will open to the public in early 2017. more »

What Libraries Can Still Do: Technology is taking its toll on public libraries, but people continue to gather at their tables, with or without electronic devices.

30 Book-Inspired Tattoos: See dozens of photos of designs inspired by books from Harry Potter to 'The Great Gatsby.'

Sales of Mistranslated Books Halted: In Korea, Princeton University Press halted sales of Angus Deaton's book due to 'changes that are not approved by the author.'

Pearson Appoints New Chairman: Sidney Taurel, the former head of pharmaceutical giant Eli Lilly, will become chairman of Pearson in January, replacing Glen Moreno.

A Short Story Vending Machine: Readers in Grenoble, France can enjoy quality literature for free through dispensers and the publisher Short Édition.

No comments: