Every week Logos employees collect the most interesting news bits from the book and music world…
Mystery writer Robert B. Parker dies at 77.
The international children’s charity Plan enlists authors to raise money awareness.
A look at Apocalypse Literature.
The secret history of typography in the OED.
Front man from Bon Iver, Justin Vernon, will open a music venue.
The history of rights holders in the Sir Aurthur Conan Doyle estate.
The battle for digital books really gets moving with the anticipation of the Apple tablet.
Co-founder of SOHO Press, Laura Chapman Hrusk, dies at 74.
Author of Love Story, Erich Segal, dies at 72.
Haruki Murakamai’s Pinball, 1973 is back in print, in English, in Japan.
Martin Scorsese looks to make The Invention of Hugo Cabret a film.
Bloomsbury USA finally concedes to change the cover of Jaclyn Dolamore’s novel over a race row.
Five Dials celebrates the life of David Foster Wallace with Don DeLillo, Jonathan Franzen, Zadie Smith, George Saunders and others.
Life magazine celebrates famous literary drunks and addicts.