Here is the top literary news of the week:
- Authors steer boys from toxic masculinity with gentler heroes
- Stig of the Dump author King dies aged 94
- 7 BOOKSHOPS WORTH TRAVELLING FOR
- Bookstore writers in residence, winner of poetry chapbook contes
- The Works plans £100m float
- Search Full-Text within 4M+ Books
- Behind the Counter at America’s Smallest Indie Bookstores
- ON FALLING IN LOVE WITH THE LANGUAGE I’VE SPOKEN MY ENTIRE LIFE
- Survey shows celebrities sharing #MeToo stories see boost in marketing credibility
- 'Alarming' study reveals only 4% of children's books feature a BAME character
- Close two libraries, cut economic development, add police, says Wichita budget plan
- Obama recommends African literature
- * A Winnie-the-Pooh illustration has sold for more than any other book illustration ever
- Libraries: talking stock
- Literary themed hotel is basically a bookworm's dream with its own library and a gin bar
- UW Libraries Receives Grant to Digitize Stereograph Images of Wyoming
- He Was the Best We’d Ever Seen: On Baseball, Greatness, and Writing
- “Tsundoku,” the Japanese Word for the New Books That Pile Up on Our Shelves, Should Enter the English Language
- Arthur C Clarke award goes to 'classic' novel exploring the limits of pregnancy
- British publishing breaks revenue records but textbook sales are hit
- British Library extends grant for UTA-led project to digitize endangered colonial documents in Cuba
- This Restaurant Gives A Gift With Each Meal, And Nerds Love It
- HOW LIBRARIANS SURVIVE ON THE FRONTLINES OF FAKE NEWS
- House Rejects Proposal to Cut NEA Funding by 15%
- ALA and Canadian Urban Library Council Respond to Tor Books Four-Month Embargo on Selling New Ebook Titles to Libraries
- China's largest self-service bookstore opens in Shenzhen
- Reflecting Realities: why so surprised? An open letter from a small press
- YOU CAN HELP PUT JULIAN BOND’S PAPERS IN AN ONLINE ARCHIVE
- Fight Club author Chuck Palahniuk on his book becoming a bible for the incel movement
- DO GREAT WRITERS REALLY STEAL? ON PLAGIARISM AND PUBLISHING
- Media censorship rises as the general elections draw near in Pakistan
- MILLENNIAL READING HABITS HAVE CHANGED THE DEFINITION OF A CLASSIC
- Fight Club author left with 'no reserves to write the next book' after fraud
- Book Publisher Revenue Estimated at More Than $26 Billion in 2017
- Carnegie Library's rare books manager was fired after theft was discovered
- Celebrate a Literary Legend: Writer Lyudmila Petrushevskaya at 80
- Amazon’s Curious Case of the $2,630.52 Used Paperback
- Netflix's Millarworld Film And TV Adaptations Highlight The Importance Of Books
This week: Authors are taking a unique approach to writing boys, there’s a new writer-in-residence program in Boston, Sharing your #MeToo story may help your appeal, a map of the Hundred Acre Wood is worth hundreds of thousands of dollars, the Arthur C. Clark Award is handed out, the U.S. House of Representatives refuse to cut arts funding, and Pakistan censors the media ahead of elections. All this, plus the New York Times Bestsellers, the Amazon Charts, and the latest news from aois21, Literally This Week.
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