Here is the top literary news of the week:
- Robert E. Howard’s Estate to Trademark ‘Pigeons From Hell’ Comics
- Floyd County, Indiana's digital library in Galena slowly making progress
- The Librarian at the Nexus of the Harlem Renaissance
- ON WRITING THE COMICS—AND QUEER CHARACTERS—WE NEED
- 7 Secrets to Reading More Books (That Don’t Involve Becoming a Speed Reader)
- Fire and Fury TV adaptation lands a Game Change-ing director
- Kentucky Library Association Executive Board Member Weighs In On Proposed Cuts
- Turning Kids Into Readers, One Barbershop At A Time
- THE WORLD’S SMALLEST PUBLISHING HOUSE: A TYPEWRITER IN A BOOKSTORE
- The Weird Habits Of These Famous Writers Will Surprise You
- 2018/1943 Hugo Award Finalists Announced
- ‘A diverse portfolio of revenue is important’: Publishers shore up their consumer revenue strategies
- Anita Shreve dies aged 71
- CDL joins Royal Society Open Access Membership
- HOW THE MAKE-BELIEVE WORLD OF PETER PAN INSPIRED MY WRITING
- A GENTLEMAN IN MOSCOW TO GET TV ADAPTATION STARRING KENNETH BRANAGH
- Ulverscroft buys audiobook company Oakhill
- GDPR is leaving publishers with a newsletter list problem
- Digital Media Lab Announces Winners of Virtual Reality Contest
- A BROOKLYN READING SERIES FOR WRITERS OF COLOR
- Publisher looking to Obamas for next smash hit
- Man Booker prize criticised for changing Taiwanese author's nationality
- Book reviewers urge publishers to use recyclable packaging
- Hearing Voices and Talking Back: On Bibliomancy
- HOW THE ADVICE COLUMNIST CONQUERED AMERICA
- Public Library Of Science CEO Announces Elimination of 18 Positions at Open Access Publisher
- How Shonda Rhimes and Reese Witherspoon are getting people to read again
- Ali Smith, Kazuo Ishiguro and Hilary Mantel top poll of best UK and Irish authors
- W F Howes expands to meet 'rapid growth in audiobook demand'
- Libraries Launch “Archivist in a Backpack”
- HOW CAN WE MAKE THE MFA WORKSHOP MORE HOSPITABLE TO WRITERS OF COLOR?
- The Death Row Book Club
- Palestinian Journalist Wearing Press Jacket Killed by Israeli Fire in Gaza
- Russian Regulator Moves to Block Telegram Messaging App
- Congratulations to Richard P. Smiraglia, winner of the 2018 LITA/OCLC Kilgour Research Award
- Paying a price
- We're competing with extremists for our young people's futures, says author who escaped gang culture
- The Paris Review Names a New Editor: Emily Nemens of The Southern Review
- Local authors write short stories for library fundraiser
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