As we enjoy a sunny weekend in New York City, enjoy that video of a 99-year-old poet exploring the iPad–along with the rest of the headlines you may have missed this week.
Casting opened for a new adaptation of a Stephenie Meyer novel–send your headshots today!
To celebrate a new genre of publishing publicity, Melville House launched a new book trailer awards ceremony.
Frustrated with his own writing, one writer created a documentary about Bad Writing.
Despite an embargo, Laura Bush’s memoir was leaked, sparking commentary from the literary Twitter-sphere.
Houghton Mifflin Harcourt will publish a two-volume edition of the late Philip K. Dick’s Exegesis & 39 backlist titles–Exegesis will be edited by Jonathan Lethem.
Finally, the great detective Nancy Drew turned 80-years-old.