Here's the news from the past week:
- Is Amazon’s Book Monopoly a Threat to Freedom of Expression?
- 2016 Puku Story Festival, closing today, focused on decolonising the literary landscape
- Actor Mark Rylance condemns Lambeth library closures
- What the future holds for a digital-only Independent
- The Catcher in the Rye has roots in Devon, claims BBC documentary
- British Library to Host the Shakespeare in Ten Acts Exhibit
- Unseen JRR Tolkien poems found in school magazine
- Worldreader Is One Of Fast Company’s Most Innovative NGOs Of 2016
- Decision to axe school librarians in Argyll 'utterly disgraceful'
- The First Annual Eudora Welty Lecture in Washington, D.C.
- Lisa Lucas Takes The Reins At The National Book Foundation
- 'Slow global e-book growth' hits Kobo targets
- Privilege in Publishing
- Local publishing makes a mark in Northern Virginia and on the nation
- The Economist plans to double circulation profits in 5 years
- Masande Ntshanga reflects on the access to rare South African books he benefited from at UCT
- Entries close for the British Book Industry Awards
- My book on George Washington was banned. Here's my side of the story
- Orlando Pirates to launch Reading Stars book club and mini library for children at Orlando Stadium
- “Your manuscript is not a good fit”: How “we need diverse books” can move beyond wishful thinking
- Amazon's 'Project Goldcrest' revealed
- Harper Lee, elusive author of ‘To Kill a Mockingbird,’ is dead at 89
- Italian author Umberto Eco dies aged 84
- Selected Highlights From Just Released “2014 Academic Library Trends and Statistics”
- New Ruth Rendell award will celebrate literacy champions
- Amy Adams to star in TV adaptation of Gillian Flynn's Sharp Objects
- Multiple Bidders In Talks For Daniel Craig Drama ‘Purity’ From Scott Rudin, Todd Field
- How Liz Worth rewrote Andy Warhol
- Wanted: original book titles
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