GalleyCat: The winners of the Dayton Literary Peace Prize have been announced: Richard Bausch won the fiction prize and Benjamin Skinner has been awarded the nonfiction prize for his book, “A Crime So Monstrous: Face to Face with Modern Day Slavery.”
BayNewser: The New York Times is in the process of developing tools to help sort through Twitter for commentary it can use in its stories.
Daily Finance: The activists behind yesterday’s New York Post parody were detained as they tried to distribute the pub outside of the Post‘s offices. Today, the Post ran the headline “We’re flattered!” on an Associated Press story about the parody, which was meant to raise awareness of climate change.
WWD: Ex-Domino editor Michelle Adams and business partner Patrick Cline are launching an online shelter magazine: Lonny. “Our goal is not to replace Domino, as there will clearly never be a replacement, but rather to help fill the void that has been left by so many closing shelter publications and help bridge the gap between traditional print magazines and the online world,” Adams said.