Louisa May Alcott

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The Top 100 Books on Facebook - Posted September 10, 2014
The Facebook Data Science Team curled up with ... [AllFacebook]

Downtown Boston to Become the First Literary Cultural District in the U.S. - Posted October 29, 2013
The downtown Boston area will become the first literary cultural district within the United States. The coordinators behind this initiative will work on boosting tourism, taking part in literary events, and offering for famil... [GalleyCat]

Travel the World with Free Children's Books - Posted April 2, 2013
What's your favorite children's book setting? The travel site cheapflights.co.uk has published an infographic exploring some of the most beautiful real-life locations from children's books. We've embedded the complete infographic belo... [GalleyCat]

Most Expensive Book Sales of 2012 - Posted December 19, 2012
AbeBooks has released its annual list of the most expensive books sold by the used and rare books dealer. This year, an 1603 astronomy text by Johann Bayer... [GalleyCat]

Random House Contacts OR Books About Fifty Shades Cover Art - Posted October 3, 2012
Random House has asked OR Books to change the cover of Fifty Shades of Louisa May, a work that parodies the best seller 50 Shades of Grey--framed as an erotic diary... [GalleyCat]

What If Louisa May Alcott Read 50 Shades of Grey? - Posted June 14, 2012
What would happen if Louisa May Alcott had read 50 Shades of Grey and wrote her own erotic diary? OR Books will publish Fifty Shades of Louisa May: A Memoir of Transcendental Sex, a b... [GalleyCat]

Literary Remix Theory: Booked - Posted May 5, 2010
As our literary remix contest continues this week, two mash-up experts will talk about their re-imaginings of a Louisa May Alcott novel. Tomorrow night (May 6th) Little Vam... [GalleyCat]

Zombie-ification of Literature Shambles Onward - Posted September 30, 2009
Following the monstrous trend brought to life by bestseller success of "Pride and Prejudice and Zombies," Del Rey Books just bought Porter Grand's "Little Women and Werewolves"-... [GalleyCat]

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