John Griswold ("Oronte Churm") offers a fascinating behind-the-scenes account of a day at Dalkey Archive Press, the well-known publisher of translated literature in the United States.
According to Meghan Daum, "Kirkus Reviews may have been annoying, but its successors are inane."
The New Yorker's fiction editor, Deborah Treisman, responds to questions about editing David Foster Wallace's work, past and posthumous present. (via The Book Bench)
The new (January/February 2010) issue of Poets & Writers is out. Check out some of the online content here.