Keith is feeling under the weather this week and due to scheduling neither guest host was available. Please enjoy the news list below and Literally This Week will return in September (AKA next week).
Here is the to literary news of the week:
- Another Vampire Lestat Book Coming from Anne Rice this October
- BBC experiments with speed reading technologies
- How Unpaywall is transforming open science
- 17 Behind-the-Scenes Secrets of Bookstores
- Wall of Great Tajik Writers
- Indie publishers unite for new podcast
- Contributing Writers for Cards Against Humanity
- How the Brooklyn Literary Scene Is Striving to Be More Inclusive
- A Dystopian Twist for Library E-Books
- Indies overcome trade challenges through new routes
- ON THE SLYLY SUBVERSIVE WRITING OF E.M. FORSTER
- 2018 Hugo Award Winners
- Lifestyle publisher Stylist quits IGTV in favor of Apple News
- Authors overwhelmed by schools' requests for free books
- Can Microsoft Academic help to assess the citation impact of academic books?
- The End of a Blogging Era at Harvard
- MAKING THE CASE FOR THE SURREAL MEMOIR
- The Wolf of Wall Street in court over royalty row
- Singapore Says ‘Crazy Rich Asians’ Author Skipped Military Service
- Best job in the world? Luxury resort in Maldives seeks bookseller
- Chicago's Eve Ewing will pen Marvel's 'Ironheart'
- THE POET WHO SURVIVED STALIN’S POEMS
- Grand Canyon Centennial Project
- How Donald Trump turned Omarosa’s ‘Unhinged’ tell-all into a bestseller
- Rooney to adapt Normal People for television
- Brian Selznick to illustrate Walt Whitman's queer poems in provocative new book
- The Strategic Value of Library Carpentry and The Carpentries to Research Libraries
- RAY BRADBURY’S GREATEST WRITING ADVICE
- UK publishers hail 'buoyant and optimistic' start to BIBF 2018
- What’s the worst novel ever? It might be this 19th-century train wreck.
- IN PRAISE OF SEX WRITING THAT’S ABOUT MORE THAN BEING SEXY
- NSW libraries to benefit from $60 million boost
- Linden Tree Books seeks new owner
- William & Mary signs historic partnership agreement with Cuban community media organization
- Lost for Words: Non-Binary Russians Fight the Limits of Their Language
- Publishers have a key role in saving vernacular literature
- NUJ targets Hachette with recruitment drive
- 'Incapable of a boring sentence': Deborah Levy on the strange genius of Violette Leduc
- Israeli Author Questioned by Shin Bet at Ben-Gurion Airport Over Involvement in Leftist Groups
- A new law threatens artistic expression in Cuba
- If you want to be like Warren Buffett and Bill Gates, adopt their voracious reading habits
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