- E-paper continues to get press. The New York Times talks up the technology’s potential for newspapers. See also: The digital future of the book.
- MetaxuCafe is covering the Pen World Voices Festival.
- Sara Gran, much praised for her book Dope and her blog has a new edition of her book, Come Closer, coming out.
Etgar Keret is busy these days. Aside from publishing a story about the ongoing Israeli/Palestinian conflict, and aside from promoting stories for Electric Literature’s Recommended Reading blog, he also has time to commission novelty houses in Warsaw. At 133 cm (or ~4.3 feet) wide, the Keret House is, in my opinion, the stuff of nightmares. (Scroll along the page banner for more pictures.)
This is cool: in celebration of last week's Banned Books Week, Chapel Hill Public Library held a competition for local artists to create new work based on books that have been banned or challenged. Trading cards were printed from the winning selections, which you can see along with a gallery of all the entries.