Here is the top literary news of the week:
- Three members quit Swedish Academy as row splits Nobel-awarding body
- Over 80% concerned about book trade's gender pay gap
- Jimmy Palmiotti Calls on Comic Book Movie and TV Stars to Give Back to Comics with #ILOVECOMICS Hashtag
- UMD, White House Correspondents' Association, and Newseum Partner to Create Archive of Presidential Pool Reports
- Book clinic: how do you know if a novel has been successfully translated?
- Feminist Health Guide 'Our Bodies, Ourselves' Will Stop Publishing
- Waterstones sale expected to complete this month
- CLIR Receives $1.12 Million to Implement Platform and Processes for Digital Library of the Middle East
- PERPETUAL LIGHT IN A DYSTOPIAN WORLD: STUDENTS STILL READ BRADBURY’S FAHRENHEIT 451
- The Billion-Dollar Romance Fiction Industry Has A Diversity Problem
- Conde Nast’s digital leadership ranks thin with recent exec departures
- PA unveils 10-step Brexit blueprint
- WHY SILICON VALLEY LITERATURE SUCKS IN 2018
- NEH helps to break the sound barrier
- SURVIVING THE ORDINARY: WHY WE NEED MEMOIRS OF REGULAR LIVES
- SUPPORT YOUR LIBRARY DURING NATIONAL LIBRARY WEEK
- This Okla. student is excited she's reading a textbook used by Blake Shelton. Her mother is not
- Bottomley takes over BA presidency
- Library Employee Union Seeks Compensation for Apparent Pay Cut
- When Neo-Nazis Marched Through Berlin’s Old Jewish Quarter, a Bookshop Took Notice
- The Strange Magic of Libraries
- JRR Tolkien's first Middle Earth story, The Fall of Gondolin, to be published
- Cassandra Clare’s Latest Book Temporarily De-Listed by Amazon
- Feminist fiction tops the bill at Olympia
- University of Michigan Library: Results of Engineering Graduate Student Information Literacy Study
- Rebecca Solnit on a Childhood of Reading and Wandering
- Four teenagers stole rare books from a university library in 2004, and now their heist is being made into a movie
- ANNOUNCING THE 2018 MAN BOOKER INTERNATIONAL PRIZE SHORTLIST
- Reading between the lines
- 3 big takeaways from James Comey’s new book
- 2018 Library and Information Technology Association Election Results
- WRITING ABOUT THE OLDEST ORAL LIBRARY IN AUSTRALIA
- No Laughing Matter: China Shuts Down Popular Joke-Sharing App
- Introducing Semantic Experiences with Talk to Books and Semantris
- Malaysia’s fake-news law is going to make it hard to talk about its biggest corruption scandal
- 'Twitter’s unofficial poet laureate' signs debut novel
- Mukoma wa Ngugi’s new book mirrors political events in Kenya
- Why Israeli Novels Flourish in Some Countries and Flop in Others
- Court Settles the Feud over Feud
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