Here are a few stories to read this Friday morning.
- Judith Briles has the latest word on Amazon’s book review policies.
- Katy Waldman looks at the so-called YA Twitter mob for The New Yorker. One of their insights is that the reviewers are “doing much of the work of critique that is usually first the task of agents and editors”.
- In 1923 an unknown individual created and sent a 39-question survey to ten authors. The answers were lost in a private archive for almost a century, and were recently published.