Every week Logos employees collect the most interesting news bits from the book and music world…
Rudyard Kipling’s birth home in India will become a museum that excludes him.
Calvin and Hobbes creator Bill Waterson gives his first interview in 21 years.
Ricky Gervais has 12,000 copies of Flanimals stolen.
Tank Books launches a new series of books in cigarette boxes.
Publisher Macmillan wins a fight with Amazon over the price of their e-books.
Timothy McSweeny, inspiration for David Eggers’ literary journal, dies at 67.
Independent bookstores in the UK are closing at a rate of 2 per week.
Two letters on resisting the Siren Call of the Google Book Settlement.
Argentine writer and journalist, Tomás Eloy Martínez, dies at 75.
In 2015 Mien Kampf will be published in Germany for the first time since WWII.
Science Fiction and Fantasy Writers of America remove Amazon.com links from their site.
A Brooklyn company is making literary t-shirts.