Here are a few stories to read this Monday morning.
- Victoria Strauss explains why paying to have your book displayed at a book fair is a waste of money.
- Someone spent thousands of dollars to hang E-ink screens on their walls just to display the front page of the New York Times.
- Quartz explores the growing trend in flat illustrations.
- LitReactor asks why men don’t read romance.
- The Guardian is getting very excited over something that is actually very old: booksellers recommending books to customers.
- I am pretty sure this New Yorker piece on typos is satire, but I could be wrong.
- After a hundred years of study, we still don’t know what the Voynich manuscript says or who wrote it.
- Barnes & Noble canceled its racist Diverse Editions project.