Harry Potter’s publisher–Bloomsbury–will be reviving hundreds of out-of-print titles for a new digital imprint called Bloomsbury Reader, reports The Guardian, including works by poets Edith Sitwell, her younger brother Sacheverell, and Cecil Day-Lewis (yes, father of Daniel). Some Sitwell family members had this to say: William Sitwell, Edith and Sacheverell Sitwell’s great-nephew and guardian of [.
Bloomsbury Publishing announced the debut today of its “new digital global publisher” called the Bloomsbury Reader. The publisher in London and New York will offer e-book and print-on-demand versions of books long out of print, incl... Read Post
As "Dr. Who" enjoys a revival on the small screen, "Harry Potter" director David Yates is working to bring the classic BBC series to the movies, reports Variety. Yates has announced that he's developing the project with the BBC, whi... Read Post