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Literary review re-launches with truce between owner and freelance writers

News | 07/25/2001 4:00 am EDT

The venerable literary review Books in Canada has re-launched publication amid a quiet truce between its owners, Amazon.com, and a group of freelance writers who had accused the magazine of using their work without permission. The Periodical Writers Association of Canada (PWAC) called for a boycott of the magazine earlier this year, saying it was letting Amazon re-print archived book reviews electronically without permission from the authors (CNM, February 7/01).

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