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Books in the News
Something New Under the Sun
by Alexandra Kleeman
(New York Times)
Somebody Else Sold the World
by Adrian Matejka
(NPR)
Arthur Writes a Story
by Marc Brown
(People Magazine)
We Want What We Want
by Alix Ohlin
(LitHub)
Headlines from the Automat
UK Judge to Rule in October on Abramovich Libel Suit (AFP)
Ursula K. Le Guin Stamp Unveiled At Portland Art Museum (Press Release)
Harper UK Said to Reach Deal, Apologize to Russian Billionaires Over Aspects of "Putin's People" (Reuters)
The Suspense Is Over: London Book Fair "Heralds the Success" of Delayed, Virtual Fair, Which "Surpassed Our Expectations" (Press Release)
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Today’s Deal
WSJ reporter Byron Tau's THINGS THAT DON'T WANT TO BE FOUND, an account of how the U.S. government and others came to regard commercial data, much of it drawn from our mobile phones or consumer services, as one of the principal assets of national security in the years after 9/11, and an expose of the government's alliance with data brokers, tech companies and advertisers, and how their efforts are reshaping surveillance and privacy as we know it, to Paul Whitlatch at Crown, in a pre-empt, by Eric Lupfer at Fletcher & Company (NA).
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Writers & Independents
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Mike Kennedy (writer)
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Agents
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Daniel Lazar (Writers House LLC)
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