The PW Morning Report: Thursday, Oct. 14, 2010

Craig Morgan Teicher -- October 14th, 2010

What we’re reading this morning…

Lost Seuss: A blog post with pictures of a lost Dr. Seuss manuscript. From Booktryst.

Bookstore to Close Over Parking Dispute: The owner of an Asheville bookstore is closing down due to the negative reaction to his stance on public parking. From the Asheville Citizen-Times.

Eggers Is Optimistic: Dave Eggers told audiences at the SF Litquake festival that he’s feeling good about the future of books. From the SF Gate.

Franzen Snubbed by NBAs?: Will this be the big story of this year’s National Book Awards? From Salon.

Tracking the NBA Finalist Backlash: Ron Hogan of Beatrice tracks the backlash against this year’s National Book Award finalists, and looks back at previous years’ lashes.

Publisher Didn’t Submit Booker Winner: One of the Booker judges has revealed that the panel had to request The Finkler Question. From the Bookseller.

Will iPad Save Conde Nast?: Gawker wonders whether the magazine publisher’s leap into the world of the iPad will pay off.

Verizon to Pre-Load Kindle App: According to Mashable!, Verizon will pre-load the Kindle app on some Android phones.

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