Cover to Cover #367B: The Post-Paper Age

Discusssion: Mike Stackpole discusses his first experience being BoingBoinged, from a story about his talks at Origins, which led to the essays he'd written over at about how publishers will not be leading the way into the digital future.

This leads into arguing about the recent fallacious assupmtions by several publishers to cancel the e-book editions of Dan Brown's newest, The Lost Symbol, because of the fear that it would undercut hardcover sales, and lots more discussion about what the future might look like.

Listener Review: Darcy brings us an overview of the "Pretty Little Liars" series by Sara Shepard.

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The Library: New additions this time around: Dragons and Dwarves by S. Andrew Swann; Hitler's War by Harry Turtledove; Vanished by Kat Richardson; Frankenstein: Dead and Alive by Dean Koontz; Never Slow Dance with a Zombie by E. Van Lowe; Enigma by C.F. Bentley; My Rotten Life (Nathan Abercrombie, Accidental Zombie) by David Lubar; Treason's Shore by Sherwood Smith.

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