A daily roundup of book and publishing news from across the Web: An Unlikely Pulitzer Path; Analyzing Bowker's Numbers; Drawing Time; Digital Up in UK.
An Unlikely Path to the Pulitzer
This year's winner of the Pulitzer Prize for fiction, Paul Harding, almost didn't publish his now acclaimed novel.
Analyzing Bowker's Numbers
Bowker announced this week that traditional book publishing was flat in 2009, while non-traditional publishing grew, but the Huffington Post wonders if those numbers tell the whole story.
The New York Times looks at a new book that represents time itself in stunning visuals.
Digital Publishing Grows in U.K.
The Bookseller reports that digital publishing now accounts for 5% of the British book market.