Is long form nonfiction returning to prominence and popularity? Folks at The LA Times‘ blog think so. Anna Clark has posted a list of recommended reading for aspiring nonfiction writers, too.
"This particular moonshot fell about a hundred-million books short of the moon." Over at The Atlantic James Somers has the story of what went wrong with Google's audacious plan to digitize all the world's books. And like an interesting time capsule, you might want to read Robin Sloan in our own pages from some years back about a very, very cool book scanner.