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The print version Washington Post Book World goes kaput. 

Self-publishing flourishes: "The point may soon come when there are more people who want to write books than there are people who want to read them."

Science fiction and fantasy writer extraordinaire, Neil Gaiman, shifts gears and wins the Newberry.

Washington teacher proclaims Twain, Lee, and Steinbeck are irrelevant in the age of Obama.

Good news for publishing: Orchises Press still going.

Sebastian Barry wins the 2008 Costa Prize.

Dark Horse and Jane Yolen feeling out the market for girls' comics.

Editors predict what we'll be reading in 2009.