Remembering Maurice Sendak

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Author Maurice Sendak has passed away at the age of 83.

Barnes and Nobel, Microsoft Team Up

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Another salvo has been fired in the escalating e-book wars with news that Barnes & Nobel and Microsoft have teamed up. The two companies have announced an agreement to create a Barnes & Noble subsidiary that will house the digital and college businesses of the bookseller and include a Nook application for Windows 8. The […]

Tor to Drop DRM From E-Books

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Amazon Acquires Bond Publishing Rights

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Amazon has acquired the American publishing rights to James Bond.

Stephen King Revisiting Creepy Clowns

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No, it’s not a sequel to It.
But the king of horror is going back to clowns–and other creepy things at the carnival.

Second “Walking Dead” Novel Announced

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Following the success of Rise of the Governor, a second novel set in the Walking Dead comic book universe is getting ready to hit shelves.

Does Your City Have The Most “Hunger Games” Readers?

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Amazon has released a list of the top cities to purchase The Hunger Games. Leading the pack is San Jose, CA.

Teacher Put on Leave For Reading From “Ender’s Game”

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A middle school teacher in South Carolina was placed on administrative leave and could lose his job because he read aloud to his class from Orson Scott Card’s Ender’s Game.

Rowling Teases New Book

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Best-selling author J.K. Rowling is looking to do something different with her first post-Potter novel.

Long Lost “Trek” Script Found

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A long lost script from the original five year mission of the U.S.S. Enterprise has been found. Norman Spinrad penned the script for the original Star Trek but it was abandoned in 1967 and thought lost to history.

Millar Says “Watchmen” Prequels Not Necessary

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We all knew Alan Moore wouldn’t be happy with the Watchmen prequels.

But now another comic book author has stepped and called the prequels “unnecessary.”

Moore Calls “Watchmen” Prequel “Evil”

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We all knew Alan Moore wouldn’t be happy about the upcoming seven-issue prequel to Watchmen. Moore recently spoke about the upcoming series, calling it “evil” on the part of DC. Moore is upset that DC is taking his creations and using his characters.   Moore was asked how this situation was different that what he […]

Barnes and Noble Considers Spinning Off Nook

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With sales for its Nook tablets hitting an all-time high for the fourth quarter of 2011, Barnes and Noble is considering spinning-off the popular e-reader as a business line.

Martin Posts Chapter From Box Six On-Line

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Eager for the next installment in A Song of Ice and Fire?

George R.R. Martin has a treat for you then. He’s posted a chapter from the sixth installment, The Winds of Winter.

Moore Joins Occupy Comics

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Veteran comic book writer Alan Moore has joined Occupy Comics, a group of comic artists and writers planning on producing Occupy Wall Street-inspired material and donating the profits to support further protests.