April 3, 2018
by Neelima
0 comments

Readers can’t Digest-Week 178 (28-March to 3-April)

1. Philip Kerr obituary 2. Amazon to Spend a Billion Dollars to License “The Three-Body Problem”? 3. Ukrainian duo make money from new model of book publishing 4. Female writers lead shortlist for International Dylan Thomas Prize 5. Jacqueline Woodson: US teen author wins … Continue reading

March 27, 2018
by Neelima
0 comments

Readers can’t Digest-Week 177 (21-March to 27-March)

1. Booksellers remove racist and Holocaust denial titles from their websites 2. Audio Publishers Association Names Its Four Top Finalists for the 2018 Audie Awards 3. Republic of Consciousness Prize Goes to Influx Press and Author Eley Williams 4. Black Lives Matter novel wins … Continue reading

March 20, 2018
by Neelima
0 comments

Readers can’t Digest-Week 176 (14-March to 20-March)

1. Man Booker International prize longlist 2. UK’s Book Industry Communication Criticizes Misuse of Metadata Fields for Marketing 3. Mira Nair to direct Vikram Seth’s A Suitable Boy for the BBC 4. Reni Eddo-Lodge wins Jhalak prize for British writers of color 5. Joan Silber, … Continue reading

March 6, 2018
by Neelima
0 comments

Readers can’t Digest-Week 174 (28-Feb to 6-March)

1. Dolly Parton’s literacy program donates its 100 millionth book to Library of Congress 2. Poet Ko Un erased from Korean textbooks after sexual harassment claims 3. Report Shows Diversity in Romance Publishing Is Getting Worse 4. Project Gutenberg Blocks German Users from Downloading … Continue reading

February 27, 2018
by Neelima
0 comments

Readers can’t Digest-Week 173 (21-Feb to 27-Feb)

1. Patricia Smith wins the $100,000 Kingsley Tufts Poetry Award at Claremont Graduate University 2. Sentiment Analysis Could One Day Tell Authors How Readers Feel About a Story 3. Women better represented in Victorian novels than modern, finds study 4. Jhalak book prize for … Continue reading

February 20, 2018
by Neelima
0 comments

Readers can’t Digest-Week 172 (14-Feb to 20-Feb)

1. ‘Hurtful’ Harper Lee and Mark Twain dropped from Minnesota curriculum 2. The publishing company that’s only publishing female authors in 2018 3. Ban Ki-moon memoir to John Murray 4. Two children’s authors dropped by agents amid claims of sexual harassment 5.Golden Man Booker … Continue reading