Book Banter Vol. 27: “For Whom the Bell Tolls”


Goat Farm Books

— Is whom on its way out?

— The next generation ebook.

Hilarious observations about google maps.

— Egoism and the art of the essay.

— The most clever literacy campaign I’ve ever seen. Take a look at all of the ads.

— John le Carre is still going strong.

— Mobile phones deliver e-books to children in the developing the world.

— What would Girls’ Hannah Horvath think of memoirist Elizabeth Wurtzel?

— Two authors– George Saunders and Hilary Mantel— make list for 100 most influential people.

— Penguin releases the first page of Thomas Pynchon’s next new novel.

— Has climate change created a new literary genre?

— A question and answer with an Israeli crime novelist.

— A cookbook with recipes from Charleston, South Carolina. YUM!

— Who owns e-book rights from old publishing contracts?

— NPR bestsellers for the week of April 18.

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