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Friday Reads: Gearing Up For C2E2

Friday, March 11th, 2011

In the spirit of #fridayreads, I’m thinking about turning the end-of-week discussion over to more bookish topics. If this takes off, perhaps we can make this a regular feature. So let’s get things rolling with a softball: are you a graphic novel fan? What were your favorite comics of the past year or so? I’m […]

Konrath’s Big Score

Tuesday, May 18th, 2010

During my DLS Day presentation, I singled out JA Konrath as an author we should pay very close attention as we examine the new business of digital distribution models. And wouldn’t you know it, he went and did something attention-worthy that same morning. Shaken, the latest chapter in the ongoing saga of Chicago Police detective […]

Even-Numbered Summers = Infinite Jest

Wednesday, June 18th, 2008

Continuing the pattern of the past few years, I’m going to spend much of the summer reading David Foster Wallace’s Infinite Jest. I’ll be joined in this madness by several of my blogger friends. It should be a lot of fun. And you’re all invited to join us! Whether you’ve read the book before, of […]

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