There is a lot of news this week…
Every week Logos employees collect the most interesting news bits from the book and music world
Bands are demanding to know if their music was used as instruments of torture at GITMO.
Writers and educators defend fear in children’s stories (especially Where the Wild Things Are) in England.
Watch the leaked, unfinished Kanye West and Spike Jones film We Were Once A Fairy Tale.
Kanye West gets community service for an airport camera attack.
See Van Gogh’s letter sketches and read the transcriptions.
Neil Gaiman and Melvin Burgess explore twitter as storytelling medium.
Nabakov’s novel Laura will be released soon.
Mexico admits to spying on Gabriel García Márquez who they suspected as a Cuban agent.
Spoof biographies of Sarah Palin’s Going Rogue are popping up.
The Guardian UK explores Julio Cortazar’s short stories.
A new Shel Silverstein children’s book and album will be released.
The American Bookseller’s Association challenges the price wars between Amazon, Target, Walmart, and others.
Young Adult novelist Norma Fox Mazer dies at 78.