Here is the top literary news of the week:
- Winners of the 2016 Short Sharp Stories Awards announced!
- Beyond Helvetica: Type is hot
- An Incomplete Eloquence
- Hardinge honoured at Literary Association awards
- Very Short Introductions' very big success as it presents its 500th subject
- In First for Sitting President, Obama Publishes a Scholarly Article
- Thomson Reuters sells Intellectual Property & Science arm for $3.5bn
- A Fraud? Jonah Lehrer Says His Remorse Is Real
- Here's Why E-Book Sales From Major Publishers Are Plummeting
- ‘If I Was Careful I Wouldn’t Have Written Anything at All’: Gay Talese Explains the Voyeur’s Motel Mess
- Hachette to close LBS and build new 'world class' distribution centre
- Samuel L. Jackson provides the only Game of Thrones recap you'll ever need
- Crowd-funded memoir wins £3,000 PEN Ackerley prize
- 2016 Nielsen Booksellers’ Choice Award shortlist announced
- London bookshops to offer one-hour delivery through NearSt
- Senate Confirms Carla Hayden as 14th Librarian of Congress
- Got a spare £8 million lying about? Then you could snap up the jewel-studded book of hours–bargain!
- Rare JRR Tolkien poem The Lay of Aotrou and Itroun to be republished
- Publishing can help bridge North-South divide
- The Erotic Bard of Ancient Rome
- William H. McNeill, Professor and Prolific Author, Dies at 98
- Following shootings, a surge in sales of books on race in the Twin Cities
- He's A Grown-Up: George R.R. Martin Doesn't Really Mind When 'Game Of Thrones' Changes His Story
- Karen Bradley appointed new Culture Secretary
- Canada: Windsor Public Library Promotes Drunken Spelling Bee (aka “The Buzzed Bee”)
- When a Bookstore Is Also a Safe Haven
- CBC Books' 2016 writers to watch
- 11 Novels For People Who Normally Only Read Thrillers
- Want to Work in 18 Miles of Books? First, the Quiz
- William Trevor on his "un-cozy" writer's life
- Digital-First Lyrical Press to Publish Mass Markets
- The Internet Archive’s “Political TV Ad Archive” Receives New Funding to Continue Important Work
- Can’t Get Through ‘Ulysses’? Digital Help Is on the Way.
- This Is Why I Collect Copies Of “The Catcher In The Rye”
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