Here are a few stories to read this morning.
- The USA Copyright Office just announced guidance that authors could lose copyright protection if they fail to disclose AI content.
- I would take that Business Insider article about Gen Z shunning ebooks with a grain of salt. A lot of the stats they cite are not specific to Gen Z, and BI’s supposed source (McKinsey) doesn’t even come close to reaching the same conclusion.
- Ursula LeGuin’s son and literary estate manager explains why and how he edited the new versions of her children’s books.
- This piece on the terms used by antique book sellers is fascinating.