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LA Times Festival of Books: Recap

by Ruby on April 28, 2010

Phew! I am  finally beginning to recover from the Los Angeles Times Festival of Books – what an amazing and exhausting three days! Friday was set-up, which went really smoothly (once we figured out how to make all of our tables fit). Saturday and Sunday were solid signings for me, and super busy for everyone […]

Suggested Reading

by Patrick on August 6, 2009

I can’t write every great post on the internet, and since I won’t be writing anything that constitutes even a mediocre post today, I strongly recommend you go to these other fine websites for your entertainment and edification: Russ Marshalek has the best analysis of the Bloomsbury Liar cover art controversy. “Basically, Bloomsbury got called […]

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Some Excellent Book Stories

by Patrick on June 3, 2009

Meatier posts coming tomorrow, but in the meantime, check out these links of goodness: Jacket Copy looks at the rise of book clubs for men.  “The first rule of the book club is you do not talk about the book club.” From Metafilter:  A discussion of the books people most like to argue about or […]

Thursday Links: Now Performance-Enhanced

by Patrick on May 7, 2009

With pure Columbian coffee, Juan Valdez-style.  Here are a few links.  Tomorrow, perhaps, I’ll have some original thoughts to share: The Onion dissects the new textbook Kindle DX:  “Not for me. Nothing beats the feeling of learning off paper.” Is the Espresso Book Machine the future of print?  The machine can print any of the […]