Here is the top literary news of the week:
- Maisie Williams Says Goodbye to Game of Thrones and Arya
- Bookstore Owner Calls Cops After Woman Accosts Steve Bannon
- Buckingham Palace celebrates 50 years of Man Booker Prize
- Four Houston Schools Receive 27,000 Books To Restock Libraries Damaged By Harvey
- As Their Publicists Cringe, Best-Selling Authors Enter the Political Fray
- Why aren't schools teaching black literature?
- Michael Ondaatje's The English Patient wins prestigious Golden Man Booker Prize
- Dracula revived by Stoker descendant
- Fifty years ago, a Navajo group recorded oral histories from 450 elders on 1,700 reel-to-reel tapes. Now, the collection is being preserved for future generations.
- Saoirse Ronan is the Queen of Book-to-Film Adaptations
- James Dashner says he's working on his first book since being dropped by publisher
- Films based on books take 44% more at the box office
- The Players’ Tribune eyes European expansion
- ALA approves Graphic Novel Roundtable
- LIU Post project digitizes pieces of Long Island history
- VISITING AN EXPERIMENTAL, DO-IT-YOURSELF LIBRARY IN BROOKLYN
- Doughty pleas with politicians to 'support copyright and libraries'
- The Must-Read Book Empowering Young Black Women
- New library website provides digital front door to Harvard resources
- Justice Among the Jell-O Recipes: The Feminist History of Food Journalism
- Tommy Orange and the New Native Renaissance
- WHY I ADDED, THEN DELETED, TRUMP FROM MY NOVEL
- How young writers are leading a poetry comeback
- Alice Williams launches children’s literary agency
- Research Library Associations Commit to Principles of Net Neutrality
- Harry Potter auction: How much are signed books worth?
- R.L. Stine Is Working on a Creepy New Line of Graphic Novels
- Keira Knightley Fights for Authorship, Sexual Expression in First ‘Colette’ Trailer
- ON WRITING A SHORT STORY: ‘EVERYTHING IS ALWAYS HAPPENING, ALL THE TIME.’
- The ancient library where the books are under lock and key
- Library of the Year: shortlist spotlight
- Chibundu Onuzo Recommends a Reading List of African Authors
- $25M rehab at Providence Public Library to focus on ‘lifetime education’
- Title Wave Use Bookstore is a Retirement Home For Portland’s Use Library Books
- Adams Ave bookstore, a Normal Heights landmark since 1965, is closing
- Joe Dunthorne: ‘On the Road takes longer to read than it did to write’
- Iranian authorities arrest ‘Instagram celebrities’, in effort to assert control over social media
- PRH strikes two-year partnership with National Literacy Trust
- Long-Time Employees Buy Capitol Hill Books From Its Beloved, Curmudgeonly Owner
- BRITAIN’S LITERARY ELITE IS BECOMING LESS MULTILINGUAL AND GLOBAL
- Why Bharathi is called a 'Mahakavi'?
- Ultra-Orthodox Protesters Burn Jewish Prayer Book as Women Visit Western Wall
- Sunsetting of the Open Access Fund
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