Boknyheter #48

I denne mandagsspalten finner du større eller mindre nyhetssaker som på et eller annet vis har noe å gjøre med bøkenes verden. Alle boknyhetene jeg har skrevet om finner du her.

– Stig Sæterbakkens minnepris på 100 000 kr gikk i år til Jan Roar Leikvoll.

– Tyra Teodora Tronstad og Bjørn Sortland skrev epostromanen «Det blir pinlig uansett» uten å ha snakket sammen.

– Samtidig som at bokloven har blitt vedtatt her i Norge, gjør Israel det samme.

– Filmatiseringen av Skyggejegerne har i det siste gått fra å ha 15-årsgrense til 11 år – og etter klage fra Barneombudet settes den nå opp til 15 igjen. Det er norske Harald Zwart som står bak filmatiseringen.

– I et forsøk på å øke landets kulturelle innflytelse i utlandet, arrangeres det nå en oversetterkonkurranse i Kina.

– Hmmm… hva er forskjellen på «Spotify for bøker» og «Netflix for bøker»? Sammenligningen brukes flittig nå om dagen, og her kommer en forklaring.

Fra appen «Leseland», via dagbladet.no.

Disse appene kan lære barna å lese.

Effekten av frie bokpriser i Danmark skal nå under lupen, etter økende bekymring fra bokbransjen selv.

Hva kan og bør de unge lese? (eller: Morgenbladet nevner Julies bokbabbel)

– 38 år etter Agatha Christie døde, gjenopplives Hercule Poirot.

Her kan du se en tidslinje over hva Amazon har foretatt seg siden 2007.

Den fiksjonelle terapauten «Dag» gis ut i bokform.

Fifty Shades-fansen er ikke fornøyd med castingen til filmatiseringen av den erotiske trilogien.

– Veldedighetssjapper over hele Storbritannia sliter forøvrig med å ha fått donert tusenvis av Fifty Shades-bøker de hverken kan resirkulere eller selge.

Det er grasrota som bærer frem det unike litterære miljøet i Aarhus.

– Elizabeth Sellevold, administererende direktør i ebok.no, mener at e-bøkene må bli billigere. Ikke alle er enige i det.

– Forskere bekymrer seg over hvor mye overvåking som kan gjøres av ebokbrukere.

– Analfabetismen i USA har stått på stedet hvil de siste 7 årene: 1 av 7 amerikanere kan ikke lese.

– Blir det nobelpris på Haruki Murakami i år da, mon tro? Bookmakere holder en knapp på det.

De 9 mest sympatiske litterære skurkene.

– Karl Ove Knausgård har avlyst alle offentlige opptredener denne høsten av familiære årsaker.

Taliban skal angivelig ha skutt ned og drept den indiske forfatteren Shushmita Banerjee. Dette er bare et av mange angrep som har blitt gjort mot prominente, kvinnelige stemmer i Afghanistan.

– Douglas Adams var flink med ord, og The Independent har samlet en toppliste over de beste utsagnene.

Dette er barne- og ungdomsbøkene å se frem til denne høsten.

Sir Ian McKellen skal spille Sherlock Holmes i en ny filmatisering.

– Kunstverk gjør ikke alltid inntrykk slik de var ment å gjøre. Det må forfattere akseptere.

– Slik mestrer du skrivekunsten – på en helg.

Katten Oliver hiver seg på Bookshelfies-trenden. Foto: Kathleen, via flavorwire.com.

– Bookshelfies er et relativt nytt begrep for et fenomen der folk tar bilde av seg selv foran egne bokhyller og publiserer det på nettet. På flavorwire mener de bestemt at katter er mye flinkere til sånt.

– Over halvparten av alle briter innrømmer å lyve på seg å ha lest klassikere. Løgnen er en av flere taktikker som tas i bruk for å fremstå som mer intelligent.

Reaksjonene har ikke latt vente på seg etter at et museum luftet ideen om å selge Shakespeare-samling.

8 Responses to “Boknyheter #48”


  1. 1 Rufsetufsa september 9, 2013, kl. 18:36

    Ja, det er mye styr med aldersgrenser for disse filmene, gitt.

  2. 3 Isabella september 9, 2013, kl. 18:36

    Takk for herlige nyheter!:) Synes katten tar seg meget godt foran bokhyllen:) Var veldig gøy å se Skyggejegerne på kino, er glad jeg enda har mange uleste bøker i serien. Ha en videre fin mandag!:)

  3. 5 Elin september 9, 2013, kl. 20:13

    Takk for fine nyheter:) Like boknyheter hos deg, alltid spennende å lese 🙂

  4. 7 Askeladden september 11, 2013, kl. 02:28

    Bokloven blir det ingenting av siden de borgelig vant og de har alle stemt imot den.

    • 8 Julie september 11, 2013, kl. 06:35

      Ja, det kan svært godt hende, men bokloven har blitt vedtatt på Stortinget, så påstanden er korrekt slik den står skrevet i nyhetene uansett. 🙂


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