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Here is the literary news of the week:
- Book for first time details emails, allegations in Petraeus scandal
- A Publisher Strikes Gold with Personalized Adult Coloring Books
- Jim Harrison Has Died
- The new Greek poetry
- Nobel Prize-winning author Imre Kertesz dies at 86
- Director of Moscow Library of Ukrainian Literature Facing Embezzlement Charges
- ‘Ranger’s Apprentice’ to Be Adapted as Film, Financed by Chinese Firm
- The Most Intersectional VIDA Count Yet Paints A Troubling Picture
- How Are Books Changing?
- Paul McCartney would like his songs back now, please
- A CONSIDERATION OF DISCLAIMERS IN FICTION
- Julia Roberts to produce Coben adaptation
- Severn House responds to 'Galbraith' rejection revelation
- In wake of runaway success of Laura Ingalls Wilder book, small press readies another Laura Ingalls Wilder book
- Why it makes sense for children to learn in the language they know best
- How libraries can save the Internet of Things from the Web's centralized fate
- How Kadaxis Uses Data to Help Publishers and Readers
- National Libraries: Library and Archives Canada Publishes Three-Year Plan (Roadmap) 2016-2019
- Behind the scenes
- Argentina's national library lay-offs cause 'fainting' and 'tears of outrage'
- UK Trade marks the April Fool's date
- Metadata: Library of Congress to Cancel the Subject Heading “Illegal Aliens”
- In the year of Trump, a made-up news website run by an ex-convict finds success
- 2016 AWP Conference Schedule
- WOMEN IN PUBLISHING 100 YEARS AGO: A HISTORICAL VIDA COUNT
- A Look Inside Books-A-Million's Used Bookstore
- The 2016 Shakespeare Selfie writing challenge for students
- The Quantum Conference: Publishing & So Much More
- Latest VIDA survey charts women in literary magazines
- The Way You React to Typos Could Be Linked to Your Personality, Study Finds
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