Here is the top literary news of the week:
- Play of George Orwell's 1984 coming to Broadway this year
- Abrams to publish photographic tribute to Women's March
- Simon Loveday obituary
- Ohio: “Governor Kasich Touts Libraries As Way To Help With Online Training, But Cuts Library Funding”
- THE ASIAN DETECTIVE NOVEL: FROM RACIST CARICATURE TO AUTHENTIC REPRESENTATION
- *Kickstarter Hits $100 Million Mark for Publishing, Adds New Countries, New Tools in 2016
- Shortlist Announced For The Inaugural Jhalak Prize
- Against Normalization: The Lesson of the “Munich Post”
- WHY WE NEED MORE TRANS PROTAGONISTS FOR KIDS
- WRITE YOUR DEMOCRACY
- As celebrity books boom, professional authors are driven out of full-time work
- Amazon 'hunting for high street sites in London'
- ‘Hillbilly Elegy’ made J.D. Vance the voice of the Rust Belt. But does he want that job?
- California: Google Donates $98,000 to Their Hometown Library for Bookmobile Services
- THIS WEEK IN FICTION: CURTIS SITTENFELD ON THE NECESSITY OF WRITING SEX SCENES
- GEORGE WASHINGTON: ‘CITIZENS BY BIRTH OR CHOICE’ WILL MAKE AMERICA GREAT
- Luvvie Ajayi’s Book I’m Judging You Is Being Developed As Shondaland’s First Comedy
- Europe agrees on cross-border portability of online subscriptions
- READING ACROSS AMERICA: A NEW SERIES ON LITERARY COMMUNITY
- Long Overdue
- Toronto Public Library shedding light on Seasonal Affective Disorder
- Top 10 books about the apocalypse
- Raymond Briggs's 'captivating' work wins lifetime achievement award
- RSL asks public to decide Britain's favourite second novel
- Donald Trump and the Uses of the Past
- Ballet ‘Jane Eyre’
- Be the change you want to see in your local library
- The “How Does a Librarian Work?” Edition
- ORWELL AND ATWOOD BOOKS GIVEN AWAY AS ACT OF RESISTANCE
- *Books are back because Amazon likes them
- Edward Elgar crowned Publisher of the Year at IPG Awards
- Ukrainian librarian under Russian house arrest takes case to court of human rights
- This Archive Is Digitizing the History of the Circus
- VÁCLAV HAVEL’S LESSONS ON HOW TO CREATE A “PARALLEL POLIS”
- Minnesota: Hennepin County Library Posts Messages That ‘All are Welcome Here’
- EDGAR ALLAN POE, EDITOR AND ORIGINAL HATCHET MAN
- Rachel Stubbs wins Walker illustration award
- Royal Asiatic Society back to continue original mission
- Strong Demand As Publishing Scotland's Translation Fund Provides Over £25k To Help Scottish Writing Reach An International Audience
- 6 Signs There’s No Such Thing as Internet Freedom in Russia
- MidnightSun celebrates fifth birthday
- Two alone, two together
- 11 Amazing Hotels for Book Lovers
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