Here is the top literary news of the week:
- 'Fire and Fury' publisher is rushing to print more books
- Philippe Sands to take on English PEN Presidency
- No more library fines for most young readers in L.A. County
- A Collection of 23,000 Works That Recently Moved into Public Domain Now Accessible to All via HathiTrust
- Golden Globes Winners: Complete List
- Man Booker Prize opened to Irish publishers
- Journal Article: “Building and Sustaining a Grassroots Library Organization: A Three-Year Retrospective of Library Pipeline”
- Betty Crocker and the Joys of Children’s Cookbooks
- Regarding the Em Dash
- MACMILLAN CEO RESPONDS TO THE FIRE AND FURY FUROR
- Why Wired is hosting its Conde Nast sister brands at CES this year
- Europe's major publishing markets all grew in 2016
- New From the Library Publishing Coalition (LPC): Publishers and Service Providers List
- HOW MOROCCAN CRIME WRITING RECKONS WITH A BRUTAL REGIME
- WikiLeaks shared the full ‘Fire and Fury’ book online. Here’s why that may be a problem.
- Response to Fire and Fury 'extraordinary' says L,B, with 330k print copies on order
- Marvel creator Stan Lee, 95, is accused of groping nurses and demanding oral sex
- UofT prof's 2008 'Fire and Fury' book a bestseller thanks to Donald Trump
- Harvard Endowment's Gupta Named CIO of New York Public Library
- THERE’S GOT TO BE A BETTER WAY TO CATEGORIZE THE BOOKS WE LOVE
- San Francisco’s Aardvark Books will remain open
- Quarto consolidates UK adult trade imprints
- Roxane Gay calls out writing group for 'fatphobic' treatment of Sarah Hollowell
- Grandma from Kempton Park spent the night locked in a bookstore as part of an epic birthday surprise
- Council of Australian University Librarians (CAUL) Publishes “Research Publications Repository Survey 2017″
- Reading as a form of resistance holds strong in 2018
- Those Who Left Us: Select Literary Obituaries of 2017
- Bryan Fuller Lestat-us Update: He's Working on Anne Rice's Vampire Chronicles Show
- 'The Wangs vs. the World' TV Series in the Works at Hulu
- Gallimard drops Celine reprint plan after outcry
- New Research Article: “Measuring Library Impacts through First Year Course Assessment”
- THERE CAN NEVER BE ENOUGH BOOKS FOR SMALL CHILDREN
- From Richard III to Captain Ahab: what literature reveals about how we treat disabilities
- Yemeni Human Rights Blogger Hisham Al-Omeisy Has Been Missing for 150 Days
- Historian Pleads Guilty To Theft Of Government Records from The National Archives
- How investors should react to Facebook’s revamped news feed
- Spicer's 'insider's account' of Trump administration to Biteback
- Sound and fury: how pronunciation provokes passionate reactions
- A Tiny New York Town With Not One, But 5 Indie Bookstores
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