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Today in Book News: The dispute between publisher Hachette and online retailer Amazon has escalated yet again, with dueling petitions and a debate over the interpretation of a George Orwell quote. 
Also today, Andy Thomason creates a classification of bad plagiarism excuses at The Chronicle of Higher Education, including the “It Was My Research Assistant” defense and the “How Do You Define Plagiarism?” defense.
And Electric Literature has an interview with Ursula K. Le Guin and Michael Cunningham about genre and science fiction.
Read more here

Image via theguardian.com

Today in Book NewsThe dispute between publisher Hachette and online retailer Amazon has escalated yet again, with dueling petitions and a debate over the interpretation of a George Orwell quote. 

Also today, Andy Thomason creates a classification of bad plagiarism excuses at The Chronicle of Higher Education, including the “It Was My Research Assistant” defense and the “How Do You Define Plagiarism?” defense.

And Electric Literature has an interview with Ursula K. Le Guin and Michael Cunningham about genre and science fiction.

Read more here

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