Here is the top Literary news of the week:
- Why the National Magazine Awards Quietly Dropped Its Fiction Category
- The least favoured
- Guess Who Donald Trump’s Favorite Author Is
- GERMAN BUSES WITH SURPRISE LIBRARIES
- 5 Easy Ways To Add More Reading Time To Your Day
- 'Trying to disrupt the news': How The New York Times is approaching its new daily podcast
- Malorie Blackman to boycott US literature festivals after Trump travel policy
- Maurice Sendak’s Personal Library Comes to Philadelphia
- Studying 'gruesome' versions of Little Red Riding Hood a dream come true for librarian
- 'Will e-reading spell extinction for the bulky, perishable, non-interactive reading books'
- Here’s What Happens in a "Comic Book" Drawn by Medieval Monks
- CUTTING OFF CULTURE: IMMIGRATION BAN THWARTS ARTISTIC EXCHANGE
- Fresh fears for libraries as councils face £5.8bn funding gap
- Virginia rejects bill to make schools warn parents of 'explicit' books
- Baileys withdrawing Women's Prize for Fiction sponsorship after 2017
- Why It Took So Long to Translate a Dutch Classic
- WHEN CHILDREN LOVE BOOKS, THEY DESTROY THEM
- Indie publishers 'spurred on' to publish more from Trump's banned nations
- Sebastian Barry's second Costa win crowns a singular career
- Senate panel OKs bill to block pornography on library Wi-Fi
- After a 20-Year Hiatus, the Booker Prize-Winning Novelist Arundhati Roy Returns to Fiction
- Public Libraries: “NC Kids” is New Statewide eBook Service That’s Now Available for Children in North Carolina
- How Beatrix Potter Invented Character Merchandising
- Road to 1 million: The Guardian has gone from 15,000 to 200,000 paying 'members' in the past year
- Hillary Clinton Is Writing a Book of Personal Essays
- Jane Sánchez Named New Law Librarian of Congress
- New UK-wide service will transform library collaboration: The National Bibliographic Knowledgebase
- Singaporean indie Epigram eyes UK launch
- 3 ON A YA THEME: YA AUTHORS ADAPTING THEIR BOOKS TO COMICS
- 11 Young-Adult Books for Stoking the Feminist Fire
- Kim Kardashian West starts a book club
- A controversial book denying the Nanjing Massacre casts a shadow over the Asian Winter Games
- Lost Songs of the Holocaust Found in University of Akron Archives
- 'It will be called Americanism': the US writers who imagined a fascist future
- A Q&A with Kayla Rae Whitaker on ‘The Animators,’ Sobriety, and Cartoons
- THE IMPORTANCE OF PLAY: ON FINDING JOY IN YOUR WRITING PRACTICE
- CAN READING MAKE A DIFFERENCE?
- New Game of Thrones story coming this autumn
- Classic library restored to its former glory
- Bharati Mukherjee, author of Jasmine, dies at 76
- Legendary reporter Gay Talese explains why he finds Trump inspiring
- Love, loss and Dosas
- WHEN BELOVED FAVORITES CHANGE IN A NEW ERA
- 10 GREAT LONGFORM ESSAYS ABOUT FOOTBALL IN AMERICAN CULTURE
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