Monday’s Margins: Ha Jin, Paul Auster, a new e-book reader, and tools for readers and writers.

The Granta summer fiction issue is available for purchase; it has Banville, an excerpt from Paul Auster’s forthcoming novel Invisible, and a new Ha Jin story, which you can also read here.

Another entry in the e-book reader market: the COOL-ER. Their store has over 750,000 titles, their device will accept various formats. It isn’t the Kindle. (That’s a good thing.)

The new search engine WolframAlpha has some nice features for readers and writers, some of which may be sampled here and here.

Reading online? You will want to make frequent use of the following: Readability, PrintWhatYouLike, and PageZipper.
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