J.D. Salinger's Books To Be Available As E-Books
Matt Salinger tells NPR's Morning Edition about what finally convinced him to allow his father's works to be digitized. J.D. Salinger died in 2010 and is most known for The Catcher in the Rye.
I find this story about the Salinger heir finally making JDS's books available in digital format pretty frustrating. We shouldn't have to beg for accessible copies; it shouldn't depend on an act of charity by the heirs.