The idea of your newspaper is great, and I have subscribed for two years (all that was possible on the subscription form). Part of the reason I subscribed was to have timely but substantive reviews of the science books generally ignored by the New York Times and the New York Review of Books, and picked up only later by Science and Nature and much later still by the Quarterly Review of Biology, American Scientist, and other scholarly journals. If you want to have a dialogue about new books, then you simply must give reviewers more space for substantive analysis.
Researchers sampling deep ocean waters off the Louisiana coast in 2010 found this five-and-a-half-inch-long pocket shark (Mollisquama sp.), which is named for a hole behind its pectoral fin and represents only the second known specimen of its genus.