A daily roundup of book and publishing news from across the Web: LBF Opening is "Subdued"; Patterson to Collaborate with British Writer; George Washington's $300,000 Library Fines; Apple Reconsiders Pulitzer Winner's Rejected App; Murakami's Latest Novel Out in Japan; Ander Monson Reviewed.
LBF Opening Is "Subdued"
The Bookseller reports from the floor of the London Book Fair, which it says opened in a "subdued mood."
Patterson to Collaborate with British Author
The Bookseller also reports on a planned collaboration between James Patterson and British thriller writer Mark Pearson.
George Washington's Overdue Books
Apparently America's first president owes $300,000 in fines for two overdue library books.
Apple Reconsiders Pulitzer Winner's Rejected App
A Pulitzer-winning cartoonist had his political cartoon app rejected by Apple's app store, but after some protesting across the Web, the company has decided to give the app another look.
Murakami's Latest Out in Japan
Haruki Murakami's 1Q84 Book 3 is just out in Japan, not that that helps eager Murakami fans in the English-speaking world...
Ander Monson Reviewed
Monson's new memoir may or may not be a memoir.