Here is the top literary news of the week:
- Parity is the priority for a trio of independents new to the UK market
- Minnesota: “Twin Cities Libraries Hesitate to Lend Internet Hot Spots”
- SEVERAL FASCINATING FACTS ABOUT LIBRARIES
- Riggs Library is a Shrine to Books Overlooking Washington D.C.
- Obama close to clinching book deal
- Four more Liverpool libraries face closure in fresh round of cuts
- POETRY NEEDS A REVOLUTION THAT GOES BEYOND STYLE
- New Research Paper: “Why We Read Wikipedia”
- IF YOU LIKED IT YOU SHOULD’VE PUT A BOOKPLATE IN IT
- *Simon & Schuster Cancels Milo Yiannopoulos's Book
- In a Walt Whitman Novel, Lost for 165 Years, Clues to ‘Leaves of Grass’
- Roald Dahl's final children's book to be reissued with new illustrations
- US libraries join struggle to resist the Trump administration
- One Woman's Quest To Bring A Bookstore To The Bronx Highlights Publishing's Diversity Problem
- In Africa, locally produced comic books are starting to catch on
- Tennessee: “Nashville Seeks To Fill Its Library ‘Deserts'”
- Seven YA authors collaborate on novel for MCB
- CAL MORGAN RETURNS TO PUBLISHING AS EXECUTIVE EDITOR AT RIVERHEAD
- Russia’s Foreign Ministry Joins the Battle Against Fake News. (Seriously.)
- All Lit Up: Finding Style Advice in Classic Literature
- World Book Day: The world's most valuable books
- Salisbury museum to host Terry Pratchett exhibition
- The Washington Post Stresses Its Mission To Defend Democracy With New Slogan
- Poetry, love and psychosis: can writing help us come to terms with mental illness?
- SCHOOL LIBRARIAN COLLECTS 1,000 BOOKS FOR HOMELESS KIDS
- University of Maryland: Mold in McKeldin Library’s Basement Could Cost up to $1 Million To Fix
- Exclusive Video! Best-Loved Authors Reveal Their Favourite Books of the Past 225 Years
- 8 HIGHLY UNUSUAL WRITING RESIDENCIES
- Outraged Indonesians ban sex book for children
- Record number contest British Book Awards' indie prize
- YOUR LITERARY GUIDE TO THE 2017 ACADEMY AWARDS
- Emory Univeristy Receives $1.2 Million Mellon Grant to Help Shape Future of Scholarly Publishing
- The working class has its own cultural identity – and we must see it on the page
- CHILDREN’S BOOKS FOR THE RESISTANCE
- World Book Day unveils 20th anniversary plans
- Nielsen survey finds 75% of Australian adults interested in Amazon Australia
- Graphic artist turns talent toward sharing Algonquin language
- Writing About the Holocaust Has Rarely Been More Resonant
- Xujiahui library offers open book on local history
- Anthony Burgess at 100: high art, low entertainment
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