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Friday, February 27, 2009

News Around the Net

Joseph O'Neill's Netherland wins the PEN/Faulkner Award .

Remembering John Updike on Books and Bookstores.

Remembering Irish writer, Christopher Nolan.

Naomi Klein's The Shock Doctrine wins the Warwick Prize.

Agatha Christie's home to be opened to the public.

Stephen King's newest version of The Stand, a graphic novelization, will only be available in comic book stores.

Edward Upward, British author and influence of Auden, Isherwood, and Spender, dies at 105.

Newmarket takes home two Oscars for its screenplays Slumdog Millionaire and Milk.

Margaret Atwood on the Dubai festival.

The drinking and the prolific writers.

Have the liberal arts reached the end? Prepare to be infuriated.

Jack Kerouac's "lost" first novel, The Sea is My Brother, to be published at last.

A non-sex approach to writing by and for women.

Poetry is experiencing a boom online.

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