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“Fewer book reviews are appearing in print because of recent cutbacks at newspaper book-review sections, but is the smaller number necessarily a bad thing?”
“As I've been reviewing rather a lot of books in the past couple of years or more, and think I'm getting into the swing of it a bit, I was interested to read, via Mystery Bookshelf, itself picking up from Critical Mass blog, John Updike's book-review rules.”
“She paid $575 for an expedited review from Kirkus Reviews, a respected book-review journal and website.”
“Having been a crime reporter (and still writing a book-review column every few months for Crime Magazine), I figured out the M.O. at once.”
“We've been reading somewhere between two and three hundred books a year for the last, oh, say, at least two decades, which is a LOT of books to pick from, Author-friends, and we thought this little book-review project would be a lark but now it is making us want to weep with despair.”
“Actually, I should be paying attention instead of just joking around, since I'll be launching a book-review blog, with my colleague Eliza Brown, over on the Eric Carle Museum's shop website, in a few months.”
“Meaning: because the real money in book-review publishing now lies in their dissemination through databases rather than as print publications, it's smart to make them as versatile and buzzable as possible.”
“Book Reviews, Revamped The Wall Street Journal's books editor, Robert Messenger, joins editors of other newspapers and trade periodicals to discuss how they've reinvented their book-review sections in recent years.”
“On the other hand, this is what Shafer takes to be a model of book-review prose:”
“The Pool of Unease by Catherine Sampson is the seventeenth in my daily book-review retrospective.”
Looking for tweets for book-review.