April, 2008

“The Takeaway” Launches April 28 on Public Radio

by admin | Apr-24-2008

Public radio station WNYC in New York and PRI (Public Radio International) are launching The Takeaway, a new morning news program hosted live by NPR and NBC...read »


by admin | Apr-23-2008

According to this post on the Guardian blog, 73-year-old Dmitri Nabokov has finally decided to ignore his father’s testamentary instructions and prepare the...read »


by admin | Apr-22-2008

Tameme, Inc.C.M. Mayo is the founder of Tameme, Inc, whose mission is to promote English-to-Spanish and Spanish-to-English literary translation by publishing...read »

Round ‘Em Up

by admin | Apr-21-2008

Sunday Styles has a profile of the novelist and Martin Amis-attached Isabel Fonseca, heralding the publication of her novel Attachment. While on staff at the...read »

Every Effort Helps

by admin | Apr-21-2008

An email message sent to the listserv of the Association of American University Presses by its current president, Sanford G. Thatcher, encourages AAUP members...read »

Think Before You Post?

by admin | Apr-21-2008

Question raised over at Publishing 2.0, should there be a web conservation movement? Scott Karp suggests, How to reduce noise on the web? Produce less...read »

Sunday Roundup

by admin | Apr-20-2008

The line to get a seat at the April 11 symposiums celebrating Philip Roth’s 75th birthday snaked a block up Broadway at Columbia University’s Miller Theater....read »

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