Whoops! MacMillian is in trouble with The World Bank for offering bribes to Sudanese officials in exchange for textbook contracts. (via Bookninja)
On that note, this is what happens when musicians read sci-fi.
Apparently, Henry James thought historical fiction was “fatally cheap.” Austin Ratner has some choice words, and wonders what James would say to Toni Morrison.
Digital Books aren’t doing too hot in the Middle East.
This is how F. Scott Fitzgerald’s signature changed in the first 21 years of his life. (via @maudnewton)