Dec 27, 2011 @ 4:00:00 am
Mary De Rachewiltz, Ezra Pound's daughter.
Why doesn’t the Federal Aviation Administration allow passengers to read on Kindles and iPads during takeoff? The New York Times’ Nick Bilton challenges the claim that electrical emissions are to blame.
Ezra Pound’s daughter has filed suit to force far-right Italian fascist group CasaPound—a name it chose in homage to her father—to call itself something else.
The Lorax, We Need to Talk About Kevin, Norwegian Wood, and The Hunger Games are only several of the books getting silver screen treatment in Spring 2012.
Anticipating that e-readers will be a popular holiday gift, the New York Public Library is introducing a service to teach readers how to download e-books.
A new Guardian feature showcases “the secret histories of secondhand books."
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