For your weekend reading pleasure, we’ve collected the ten most popular publishing stories of the week–ranging from Barack Obama‘s “best rendition ever of Green Eggs and Ham” (video embedded above) to a Huffington Post lawsuit.
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1. 10 Most Frequently Challenged Library Books of 2010
2. Best Literary Agents on Twitter
3. 5 Alternatives To a Creative Writing MFA
4. Huffington Post Sued for $105 Million By Bloggers
5. Jonathan Frazen Writes About David Foster Wallace’s Suicide
6. David Foster Wallace Tax Tips
7. Dog Bites Kindle
8. Bonnie Jo Campbell, Brad Watson & Eula Biss Among 2011 Guggenheim Fellows
9. Barack Obama Reads Green Eggs & Ham by Dr. Seuss
10. Woot Sarcastically Sells $99 3G Nook
- Amazon Fan Fiction & Nobel Prize Candidates: Top Stories of the Week
- Our Tsundoku Problem & Viral Book-Shop Sign: Top Stories of the Week
- Haruki Murakami & The Great Gatsby: Top Stories of the Week
- Most Frequently Challenged Books & Shakespeare Flowchart: Top Stories of the Week