Email Digest: Monday, 16 September 2013

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Book reviews
Book Review: Hene and the Burning Harbour, by Paula Morris

Comics, Kiwi-style – a review of a comic anthology from NZ Herald

Events

The BNZ Awards are to be announced tomorrow evening. Exciting!

This looks like a truly excellent event looking at women in NZ cartooning today (15 November)

Book News
Apply to be a judge for the #nzpba or #nzpcba Book Awards!

The Luminaries is selling like crazy – just check out the last few weeks bestsellers’ charts  (article)  (charts)

Terry Pratchett signs 10-book, 7-figure deal with Doubleday and Anchor | NYT

Is this the end for NZ publishing?

Booker News
Shock as Man Booker prize plans to accept works by American writers – News – Books – The Independent 

Readings Books’ book of the week is the Booker-shortlisted The Luminaries by Eleanor Catton

Weekly Roundup: Reactions to the shortlist

From around the internet
Read to your children until they are 9 (or as long as they’ll let you)

Ten top books for children featuring smart, interesting women, by kiwi authors –  great way to celebrate suffrage

Do you need to publish with a small publisher these days to make it big?

The US independent bookstore industry continues to thrive despite it all

What is the importance of truth in fiction? Faber author, Robert Williams, gives it some thought …

About interviewing authors, by the Scotland Herald

Study finds that reading for pleasure puts children ahead in the classroom

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