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  • Andrew Sean Greer's "Less" is surprise winner of Pulitzer for fiction.

    Andrew Sean Greer's novel <i>Less</i> and James Forman Jr.'s book <i>Locking Up Our Own: Crime and Punishment in Black America</i> are among the 2018 Pulitzer Prize winners, each of whom receives $15,000. <br><br> Pulitzer-watchers see <i>Less</i> as a surprise win given that it was not prominent on other award nomination and "best of year" lists.

  • Three judges resign from Nobel literature committee

    Three judges for the Nobel literature prize have resigned. Klas Ostergren, Kjell Espmark and Peter Englund released statements or letters Friday to Swedish media but gave few details. Englund wrote in a letter to the tabloid Aftonbladet that his decision was linked to the Swedish academy&#039;s decision late last year to cut ties with the head of a Stockholm cultural center who was accused of sexual misconduct. The academy asked a law firm to investigate what influence the man, whom it did not name, had on the academy.

  • Sale of Waterstones to hedge fund likely to complete by end of April

    UK bookstore chain Waterstones will likely be sold to hedge fund Elliott Advisors by the end of April, the end of the store's fiscal year, according to the Bookseller, which cited "a source with knowledge of the situation." Neither Waterstones nor Elliott Advisors has commented on the report. <br><br> Elliott Advisors is the U.K. arm of Elliott Management Corp., the investment management firm headed by Paul Singer, known for an interest in companies with heavy debt, for his financial support of the Republican Party and for his support of LGBTQ rights. Elliott Advisors is run by Singer's son Gordon Singer.

  • Amazon Study Reveals Explosive Growth of Third-Party Sales, Sales Tax Avoidance

    A new report from the American Booksellers Association (ABA) and Civic Economics reveals the continuing &#151; and increasing &#151; loss of jobs and essential state and municipal revenue as a result of the growing retail dominance of Amazon.com. The report documents both Amazon&#039;s sales and, for the first time, the explosive growth of sales through its third-party Marketplace from 2014 to 2016. And the report makes clear that Amazon&#039;s sales tax avoidance strategy has continued despite well-publicized agreements with American states.

  • Joan Silber's 'Improvement' wins PEN/Faulkner Award for Fiction

    Joan Silber has won the PEN/Faulkner Award for her novel <i>Improvement</i> (which won the NBCC Award last month.) <br><br> All five finalists (Silber, Hern&#225;n D&#237;az, Samantha Hunt, Achy Obejas and Jesmyn Ward) will read from their work at the ceremony on May 5 at the Folger Shakespeare Library in Washington. Silber will receive $15,000; the other finalists will each receive $5,000.

  • Canadian Independent Bookstore Day

    When U.S. booksellers celebrate Independent Bookstore Day on April 28, their neighbors to the north will be taking part in Canadian Independent Bookstore Day, a "new look" version of Authors for Indies Day, which was launched in 2015 and had announced last fall that significant changes were in the works. Beginning this year, the Retail Council of Canada has adopted the project and renamed it Canadian Independent Bookstore Day.

  • Sing, Unburied, Sing wins Anisfield-Wolf Book Award

    The winners of the Anisfield-Wolf Book Awards for "literature that confronts racism and examines diversity" are: <br> Fiction: Sing, Unburied, Sing, by Jesmyn Ward<br> Nonfiction: Bunk, by Kevin Young<br> Poetry: In the Language of My Captor, by Shane McCrae<br> Lifetime Achievement: N. Scott Momaday

  • Anita Shreve, best-selling author of 'The Pilot?s Wife,' dies at 71

    Anita Shreve, author of 20 books including <i>The Pilot's Wife</i> and <i>The Weight of Water</i>, died of cancer Thursday at home in southern New Hampshire, she was 71. She had announced her illness almost a year ago,writing on Facebook: "This is a hard post to write. I have so been looking forward to going on book tour for my new novel, <i>The Stars are Fire</i>, and had hoped to meet many of you on my travels."

  • Jacqueline Woodson wins $600,000 Astrid Lindgren prize

    Jacqueline Woodson, author of 30 books including the National Book Prize winner <i>Brown Girl Dreaming</i> (a memoir of her childhood written in verse) has won The Astrid Lindgren Memorial Award, the world's largest prize for children's writing. She will receive five million Swedish krona ($600,000) at a ceremony on 28 May in Stockholm.

  • Tracy K. Smith Gets Second Term as U.S. Poet Laureate

    Librarian of Congress Carla Hayden has appointed Tracy K. Smith to serve a second term as the nation's 22nd poet laureate. During her second year, Smith plans to expand her outreach efforts to rural communities and unveil a new anthology to be published in the fall.