According to a new study from the Pew Internet and American Life project, library patrons borrowing ebooks tend to read more than readers who aren’t borrowing ebooks. Galley Cat parsed some of the data if you’ want the short rather than the long of it.
Our intrepid AWP #LitBeat correspondent attended an offsite event called “Books Have Ruined Our Lives, Now We Want to Ruin Yours“
Another hip-hip for long-form journalism. George Packer‘s piece in the New Yorker on Richard Holbrooke and the Af-Pak War reminds one that some things — complicated geopolitical matters, for example — must be explored at length. Subscribers can read the full article in the digital edition here. Short of that, read Packer’s assessment of the McChrystal Report on his blog.