Here's the news from the past week:
- National Libraries Day 2016 was 'truly inspirational'
- Sudanese-American poet Safia Elhillo wins 2016 Sillerman First Book Prize for African Poets
- ‘Big books by blokes about battles’: Why is history still written mainly by men?
- British Science Fiction Association awards unveil 'really strong' shortlists
- Why Amazon Is Doubling Down on Lobbying
- Nielsen launches e-book tracker
- End of an era: Librería Martínez bookstore in Santa Ana becoming cultural and educational center
- Copyright Clash Over Demon-Fighting Stories
- T.S. Eliot’s The Waste Land, with inscription to the author’s therapist, goes on sale
- Ferrante's Neapolitan quartet to be Italian TV series
- Is Big Brother watching what your read?
- Literary prize for Mario Vargas Llosa sparks backlash in Dominican Republic
- Ruskin Bond writing three memoirs, one on his love life
- Publishing Industry Speculates About Expansion Plans for Amazon Books
- ‘To Kill a Mockingbird’ Is Headed to Broadway
- Fans Petition for a Permanent Terry Pratchett Statue in England
- Hachette UK sales drop 6.7% in fourth quarter
- Words by the water poetry competition closing
- The Law of Jante
- Publishers should pay authors as much as their other employees
- Sky Arts To Tell Neil Gaiman’s ‘Likely Stories’ With George MacKay, Tom Hughes
- GfK Releases Conflicting eBook Stats for France for 2015
- 'Radical' £20m Le Carré adaptation to air on BBC
- The Library Card
- Celebrating 20 Years of the Telecommunications Act
- Presses to fall silent at UK's Independent as paper goes online-only
- What Kind of Name Is That?
- Politicians Love Lincoln, but Maybe Not Enough to Pay for Lincoln Scholarship
- Semi-Annual Main Reading Room Open House on Presidents Day Holiday
- After Eight Year Slump, 2015 Bookstore Sales Rise
- Harry Potter Fans, Rejoice! New Book From The Wizarding World Coming This Summer
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