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Amazon Has an Odd Idea about “Adult” Literature…

by Eric Banks

At the LA Times blog Jacket Copy, Caroline Kellogg follows the lead of NBCC member Bethanne Patrick in reporting on Amazon’s apparently new policy »

Book Reviews 2010: Why we are here, and the disappearance of regional reviews

by David Varno

Despite reports of dwindling attendance and reduced amenities, the scene this morning at BookExpo America was bustling, and the large conference room »

Book Reviews: 2010—practitioners ask, what will they look like?

by Karen Long

The nature of authority and the wisdom of the crowd were batted about Saturday afternoon during a packed Book Expo America panel discussion entitled “ »

Book Reviews 2010: Will larger review venues retain their authority?

by David Varno

Here is more video coverage of Saturday’s panel at the BEA, “Book Reviews 2010: What Will They Look Like?.” Moderator John Reed’s second question sought, »

Six Questions for Bethanne Patrick, Editor of The Book Studio

by Scott McLemee »

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