As another Monday winds down, here are some odds and ends from the day’s publishing news…
In a True Slant interview about “Eating Animals,” Jonathan Safran Foer talked about his move from vegetarianism to a vegan lifestyle: “my basic stance on the issue is, I’d say, forgiving–but still quite firm. I am transitioning to veganism, and I don’t like, run home and eat 1,000 eggs or something.”
Beating the annual listmakers by a month, Amazon.com unveiled the Best Books of 2009.
- Judy Platt Celebrates 35 Years at AAP
- Ronald Miskoff & Liz Fuerst Collaborate On ‘9/11 Stories: The Children’
- Houghton Mifflin Harcourt Hires Rick Wolff to Lead New Business Book Line
- Eckhart Tolle Launches New Imprint at New World Library