Demand for Madonna's out-of-print book proves that "Sex" still sells.

Last week, the Second Circuit Court of Appeals reversed an $18 million settlement in favor of freelance writers who had had their work published online without “permission or compensation.” Andrew Albanese breaks down what this could mean for freelancers, and how the latest ruling in Tasini v. New York Times is likely to affect writers in the digital age.

How "The End of the Line for the Euro," a 12-part fictional series in Le Monde, caused financial panic in the UK.

Bibliophiles love to reflect on the effect books have on us, but Geoff Dyer would prefer to consider things the other way around.

The New Yorker excerpts the story “Town of Cats” from Haruki Murakami’s novel 1Q84, which will be released in English this October.

Madonna’s Sex, Stephen King’s Rage, and Johnny Cash’s Man in Black, are at the top of Bookfinder’s Top 100 Out-of-Print Books.

Another step towards digital literature: Book clubs are starting to use Skype.

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