On the Books: August 3
Come, let’s away to prison. An antiques dealer caught with a 387-year-old stolen Shakespeare folio was sentenced to eight years in jail.
Neil Gaiman blogs about a Russian magazine that superfluously photoshopped his hair.
Twilight is significantly affecting how Americans name their babies, with a marked increase in Cullens and Bellas. All I can say is thank goodness this didn’t happen with Dr. Seuss, or we’d all be named things like Phooswacker and Bortle.
Gallery Books, an imprint of Simon & Schuster, has announced plans to publish a memoir from Charlie’s Angel Kate Jackson.