Every week Logos employees collect the most interesting news bits from the book and music world…
A visual application of Ulysses is censored by Apple, then rethought.
What to do when your co-author is accused of murder for hire?
What if you only read what you bought as a teenager?
David Eagleman’s Sum gets a boost from Stephen Fry.
The Wizard of OZ will become a community sourced audiobook.
Science fiction publisher Tor is making many of it’s bestselling 2009 books free e-books.
Food guide publisher Egon Ronay dies at 94.
Jack Kerouac’s typewriter is up for auction.
A woman is caught pouring mayonnaise in a book drop.
Who was the real Holly Golightly?
Hans Fallada’s Every Man Dies Alone becomes an accidental success.
David Mitchell’s Cloud Atlas is being adapted for the silver screen.
Andrei Bely’s Petersberg is called the Russian Ulysses, among others.
The success of Steig Larsson’s series has publishers searching for more.
Google will scan 400,000 copyright-free Australian books.
Nick Hornby is working on an album with Ben Folds.
Clive Owen will play Ernest Hemingway in a new HBO series.
See a retrospective of Julian Hanshaw’s images.
Neil Young’s album, Greendale, will become a graphic novel.
Portuguese writer and Nobel laureate José Saramago dies at 87, the world remembers:
Read an interview with Grant Morrison.