Remains of the day

This post was written by Friday guest blogger Annie Reid.

  • The Guardian lists the results of Book and Magazine Collector magazine’s poll of the most valuable books of the twentieth century. Top of the list is the first edition of Joyce’s Ulysses at 100,000 pounds.

  • How should footnotes sound in an audiobook, or in a public reading?

  • More exciting opportunities for literary experts via Craig’s List. All you need to do is notarize a testament to the “innocence” of a piece of “poetic prose,” to be presented to a “foreign court.” (Via Bookslut)


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