Here is the top literary news of the week:
- Oni Press Launches Tabletop Games Imprint
- Fordham Law School Launches 25th Amendment Archive Online
- ‘Words are the best weapons with which to come to terms with ageing’
- Nicola Yoon: 'Books breed empathy'
- HARRY POTTER CHARACTER MYERS-BRIGGS PERSONALITY TYPES
- HOW MUCH OF EINSTEIN’S THEORY OF RELATIVITY IS IN THE WRITING OF VIRGINIA WOOLF?
- The Invisible Poems Hidden in One of the World's Oldest Libraries
- Books Suffer from Potter Curse, Sales Tumble 17%
- Novelist Richard Gordon dies aged 95
- Take a first look at Riverside’s ‘striking’ new $40 million downtown library
- LITERARY TOURISM CENTRAL PENNSYLVANIA
- The Amazon effect echoes across the industry
- Eimear McBride wins James Tait Black prize for The Lesser Bohemians
- LibraOpen Offers a World of Options for Promoting UVA Scholarship
- ASA launches international rights marketplace
- 8 Myths about Book Sales That Authors Need To Ditch Now
- David Tennant and Michael Sheen to star in Neil Gaiman’s Good Omens
- Authors voice fury at Russian publisher cutting gay scene from novel
- Pearson sells Global Education to Puxin for £62m
- Annapurna Television Acquires ‘The Changeling’ Novel To Develop As TV Series
- Statement: ALA Condemns Racism and Violence in Charlottesville
- Melville House: We’re doing everything we can to get Antifa: The Anti-Fascist Handbook out soon
- University librarian suffers stroke after UVA protest injury
- North Dakota: LGBT Book Display at West Fargo Library Sparks Complaints
- Performers to stage 11-hour reading of Paradise Lost
- Virtual Typesetting
- WHAT POETRY CAN TEACH US ABOUT POWER
- Getting Hate Speech Off Music-Streaming Services
- Old Dominion library joins national trend of ending overdue book fees
- French-English bookshop opens in London's East End
- I Have to Ask: The Orhan Pamuk Edition
- 'BAME writers must tell their own stories – and we have to be disruptive'
- Steve Bannon Back at Breitbart: "The Trump Presidency That We Fought for Is Over"
- After Media Law, Foreign Ownership of Russian Internet Operators Could Be Next
- Controversial blogger Robert Alai apprehended for publishing ‘sensitive story’
- 'Brand author' a 'vulgar' term says Jeffrey Archer
- LIBRARY OF AMERICA RECOGNIZES URSULA K. LE GUIN (AND SCIENCE FICTION)
- Remove or Shutdown: Cambridge University Press Blocks Access to 315 “China Quarterly” Articles From Within China
- The stunning photographs that are like paintings
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