A daily roundup of book and publishing news from across the Web: Philip K. Dick's 8,000 Page Vision Diary; Molly Ringwald's Adult Angst; Rock Star To Kids Author; Turow and Carson Reviewed.
Philip K. Dick's 8,000 Page Vision Diary
Philip K. Dick worked through his religious visions in an 8,000 page work called "The Exegesis," which Houghton Mifflin Harcourt will publishing in two volumes in 2011.
Molly Ringwald's Adult Angst
Molly Ringwald has a new book out in which she deals with, among other things, the angst she felt approaching her 40th birthday.
Indie Rock Star Becomes Children's Author
Colin Meloy, lead singer of the popular band The Decemberists, has inked a three book deal with HarperCollins.
Scott Turow Reviewed
Turow's new book follows up on a book from 1987. From The New York Times.
Anne Carson Reviewed
The subject of PW's poetry profile for this year is now getting lots of big coverage. Here's a review of Carson's new book, Nox, from New York Magazine.