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The Novels WikiProject Newsletter
Issue XXV - June 2008
Project news
Member news
  • The project has currently 412 members, 32 joined since the start of May 2008.
Task force news
Novel-related news
  • May 1, 2008, Danton Burroughs, who marketed and protected the work of his grandfather, Tarzan creator Edgar Rice Burroughs, died of a heart attack after been devastated by the loss of family memorabilia related to his father, John Coleman Burroughs and grandfather, due to a fire which destroyed a room in his family home in Tarzana, the day before.
  • The Book Show is the world's only daily radio program devoted to books, writing and publishing. It features interviews with authors such as Salman Rushdie and Ursula Le Guin and has a host of experts from various literary fields. Can be listened to live or via podcast, and has text interview transcript archives available for viewing.
Current debates
From the Members

Welcome to the Twenty Fifth issue of the Novels WikiProject's newsletter! Use this newsletter as a mechanism to inform yourselves about progress at the project and please be inspired to take more active roles in what we do.

We would encourage all members to get more involved and if you are wondering what with, please ask.

feydey (talk), Temporary Editor

Collaboration of the Month
Newsletter challenge

Last month's challenge (The Hundred Secret Senses) was completed by our Mainer member User:Confusionball.

  • The first person to start the article is mentioned in the next newsletter. This month's article is David Foster's award-winning The Pure Land.

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