Here is the top literary news of the week:
- SPS yanks book from middle school after parent, lawmaker complain
- Marx bicentenary to be marked by exhibitions, books – and pub crawls
- Beyond the books: P.E.I. libraries lending snowshoes
- Teletubbies creator Wood says £60m funding not enough to save kids’ TV
- Antony Beevor: why did Ukraine ban my book?
- Comic Store in Your Future: We Need a Gordon Ramsay for Comic Shops
- Book Sales Weather the Storms in Puerto Rico
- Most Afghans Can’t Read, but Their Book Trade Is Booming
- €20k EBRD Literature Prize reveals inaugural shortlist
- Two Key Projects Launched to Implement the European Open Science Cloud
- LET’S TALK ABOUT THE FANTASY OF THE WRITER’S LIFESTYLE
- Prince William launches poetry competition to find a Wilfred Owen for new generation
- Polish President Approves Controversial Holocaust Bill, but Sends It to Courts for Further Discussion
- How Axel Springer’s Welt gets people to watch video on its own site
- Australian Broadcasting Corporation plans to send entire book collection to Samoa to save money
- PPC recognises 'standout' campaigns of 2017
- The New York Public Library Releases Children’s Album, Written and Performed by NYPL Staff (Free to Download)
- Chaos at Newsweek: Top editors suddenly out
- O'Brien given $50k PEN/Nabokov Award
- NEW YORK TIMES LAUNCHES ROMANCE REVIEW COLUMN
- Duluth schools remove 'To Kill a Mockingbird,' 'Huckleberry Finn' from curriculum
- IN PRAISE OF THE SMALL TOWN LIBRARY
- Los Angeles Times owner sells paper to local billionaire Patrick Soon-Shiong, ending a long-troubled relationship
- Scribd Returns to Unlimited Access Subscription Model
- Audible launches own Audio Shows
- Inaugural children’s literature festival to be held in Western Australia
- AAP Reports “Book Publisher Revenues Flat for First Three Quarters of 2017″
- YouTube Star Kian Lawley Fired From Fox’s ‘The Hate U Give’ After Racist Video Resurfaces
- Will Gayl Jones Ever Publish Another Novel?
- Important Notice to Presidents of Universities and Colleges and Heads of Other National Science Foundation Grantee Organizations
- Publishers must encourage conversation and not silence voices, Sargent urges
- Amazon to Launch Delivery Service That Would Vie With FedEx, UPS
- NEW FIREFLY BOOK SERIES ANNOUNCED
- Bibliometro: Chile opens first digital book loan points at Line 6
- University presses deserve protection
- Brazil's Largest Newspaper Quits Facebook, Accuses it of Harboring ‘Fake News’
- Shanghai launches Internet tribunal
- Merkel: Germany Won't Directly Interfere With Polish Holocaust Bill
- American Archive of Public Broadcasting, The Riverside Church in the City of New York Receive CLIR Digitizing Hidden Special Collections and Archives Award
- #MeToo poetry anthology set for Women's Day release
- This is how you capture the rise of Kenya’s vibrant contemporary art scene
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