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Coming Soon (Maybe): A TechCrunch Book Review Column

January 27th, 2011 01:59 admin Leave a comment Go to comments

Attention publishers and authors!

For a while I’ve been kicking around the idea of writing a semi-regular book review column here on TechCrunch. I don’t mean the pure “tech” books of the O’Reilly oeuvre, but rather works concerning digital culture and how technology is affecting politics, journalism, art and society as a whole. It would probably include the occasional novel too. And might – might – take the form of a very informal book club.

The idea is far from fully-formed – and I have to make sure it doesn’t clash with Andrew Keen’s excellent TCTV show which often features authors as guests. But if you’re a publisher or an author and you have a forthcoming book that might fit the bill, do please feel free to let me know – either via this handy web form or by sending a copy to me c/o TechCrunch, 410 Townsend Street (Suite 100), San Francisco, CA 94107.

Ebooks and non-US titles welcome. But if it’s self-published, it had better be good.

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