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  • Feedback: Books in Translation

    This week we asked our readers about the scarcity of books in translation. The overwhelming sentiment is that Americans simply don’t have the appetite for foreign books.

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  • Feedback: Which Book Prizes Matter?

    Last week we asked our readers "Which major book prize -- the NBA, NBCC or the Pulitzer -- matters most to you? Why?" Here are some highlights from the discussion.

  • Feedback: The Pulitzers and American Book Prizes

    Welcome to a new regular feature called Feedback. Each week, we'll ask a question to get your perspective on a publishing-world issue. This week, we ask about the Pulitzers and American book prizes.

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    It has oft been said—and oft despairingly—that the book business has become more and more like the TV and movie biz, what with the corporate ownership, the philistine sensibilities, the blockbuster mentality and the focus on the bottom line. Books these days are supposed to “open” like Brad Pitt films and run like Law & Order.

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