A daily roundup of book and publishing news from across the Web: Styron Rights Go Free; The LA Times Book Festival; Sarah Silverman Interviewed; Why Men Don't Read; Argentina Promotes Reading; Poetry Reviewed.
Random House Lets Go of Styron E-Book Rights
Which means Open Road will be able to publish e-books of Styron's backlist as planned.
Report From The LA Times Book Festival
Over 130,000 people attended this weekend's book festival, according to Reuters.
Sarah Silverman Interviewed
Silverman's new book is topping the charts. She talks to NPR.
Why Men Don't Read
HuffPo answers a difficult question...
How Argentina Promotes Reading
A series of cafes will be turned into a kind of exhibit features writers such as Borges.
National Poetry Month is almost done, but this Sunday The New York Times ran a roundup of reviews of new poetry books.