Books | Books

How the Rise of Paperback Books Turned To Kill a Mockingbird Into a Literary Classic

If you read Harper Lee's novel in school, it wasn't entirely because of the book's stellar literary value (though it has that, too).

Miscellaneous | Interesting Links

The New Yorker wants younger readers — but not enough to change itself

David Remnick puts his job eloquently as "to get the New Yorker from one shore to the other shore with our soul intact and if not our clothes dry."

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Straight To Audiobook: Authors Write Original Works Meant To Be Heard : NPR

Writer Philip Pullman says it's all part of the oral tradition: "Long before writing, people were telling each other stories," he says. Audiobook technology has come a long way since the early days.

Home Improvement | DIY

Martha Stewart Abandons DIY Approach to Magazine Business
| Adweek

Martha Stewart Living Omnimedia appears to have found a solution for its struggling magazine business: hand it over to another publisher.

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