A daily roundup of book and publishing news from across the Web: 'Twilght' Complained About; National Library Week; Jacqueline Kennedy Speaks; Remnick Interviewed; Taylor Wins Big Poetry Prize; Bolano Online.
Stephenie Meyer Makes 'Challenged Book' List
Meyer's Twilight books are among the most complained about books by parents and educators.
It's National Library Week
Here's all the info from the ALA. It's time to (quietly) celebrate!
DC's hometown paper interviews David Remnick about his new Obama bio.
Eleanor Ross Taylor Wins $100,000 Poetry Prize
National Poetry Month rolls on. Eleanor Ross Taylor, an NBCC Award finalist, won the Poetry Foundation's lucrative Ruth Lily Prize.
The New Yorker posted this week's story online: a new piece by Roberto Bolano.