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In this week’s addition: The new AI Act in Europe, Amazon’s dispute with Bookwire, finding inspiration for literature through other mediums, and more.

AI at London Book Fair: European Publishers Cheer the EU Act’s Passage
Publishing Perspectives
The European Parliament approved the passage of the European Union AI Act, requiring AI developers to adhere to “basic but fundamental principles” regarding copyrighted material even if the technology was not trained in Europe.

Amazon Delists Bookwire E-books Amid Dispute
Publishers Weekly
Bookwire, a digital publishing service, has been unable to negotiate new terms with Amazon after its contract ended earlier this year, so Amazon has temporarily removed the company’s content.

Jennifer Croft on Photography as an Unexpected Writing Tool
Literary Hub
How Jennifer Croft looks to other art forms to inspire her own work in literature.

William Whitworth, Revered Writer and Editor, Is Dead at 87
New York Times
Looking back at the successful life and career of William Whitworth, who worked as the editor in chief of The Atlantic for two decades after spending years with The New Yorker.