Long-lost books by VS Pritchett, Edith Sitwell, and Alec Waugh (among others) will be back in print soon thanks to Bloomsbury’s new digital publishing imprint, Bloomsbury List.
Amazon has upped the ante in the e-reader wars with the Amazon Fire, a tablet that’s positioned to compete with the iPad, but at $199, is roughly half the price.
Following Moneyball’s lucrative opening weekend, Warner Brothers has tapped Michael Lewis to adapt Liar’s Poker, his debut book about working on Wall Street in the boom-bust 1980s, into a movie. “I’m going to spend the next two months doing that,” Lewis told The Hollywood Reporter.
Meanwhile, poets are occupying Wall Street.
New Yorkers with no plans next Tuesday might want to check out Twain in the Membrane, a Samuel Clemens-themed party pegged to the release of Michael
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