Here is the top literary news of the week:
- James Comey is reportedly writing a book
- Tony Ross tops 'most borrowed illustrators' list
- Jane Austen to star in Bank of England literary links exhibition
- Kickstarter Seeks To Make Film Adaptation Of Time Travel Comic ‘UTU’
- New Article: “The Evolution of an E-Book Demand-Driven Acquisition Programme at Swinburne University of Technology
- TO THE SERIES I HAVEN’T FINISHED
- Government urged to value 'vital' creative freelancers
- Phoenix: Burton Barr Central Library Badly Damaged in Storm, Closed For Repairs
- What Can Some of the World’s Most Historic Documents Tell Us About the Documents of the Future?
- At Long Last, Israelis May Be Reading Arabic Literature
- Reading is fashionable
- A NIGHT WITH VIRGINIA WOOLF AT AMERICA’S STRANGEST LITERARY HOTEL
- Publishers forge ahead with VR, even if users and advertisers lag behind
- RIGHT WING TROLLS ATTACK KID LIT PUBLISHER’S FACEBOOK PAGE
- Majority of children are library members, Great Australian Reading Survey reveals
- Airline easyJet launches children's book club
- Jane Austen's teen writing: funny, cartoonish – and a touch of murder
- A WOMAN ALONE IN LONDON: ON THE LITERATURE OF SOLITUDE
- How Many Volunteers Does It Take to Transcribe Phyllis Diller’s 53,000 Jokes?
- Two New Harry Potter Books Coming This October
- DANIEL HANDLER ANNOUNCES THE WINNERS OF THE INAUGURAL PER DIEM POETRY PRIZE
- Katherine McColgan Appointed Executive Director of the Canadian Federation of Library Associations
- Amazon boosts kids' reading app with Signature Stories
- BLAME JANE AUSTEN FOR MY FANFICTION ADDICTION
- Historians Ding ‘Game Of Thrones’ For Being Historically Inaccurate In Samwell Tarly’s Library Scenes
- A reporter broke White House rules by streaming live audio of an off-camera briefing
- ACE reports show libraries help older people
- Why people are excited about the two new Harry Potter books
- SO YOU’VE DECIDED TO WRITE: TAKE ADVANTAGE OF YOUR INSOMNIA
- MOST ICONIC BOOKS SET IN EACH COUNTRY IN THE WORLD
- A Parthenon of Banned Books, Built at a Former Book-Burning Site
- Fears of British English’s disappearance are overblown
- 'Brexit will have a major impact on the book trade'
- THE SUCCESS OF AMAZON BOOKS SHOULD MAKE YOU ANGRY
- “Ireland’s Digital Content in Danger of Disappearing, Specialist Warns”
- A Prisoner’s Only Writing Machine
- Amazon CEO Jeff Bezos is now on Instagram
- Most Requests to Remove Online Content Come From Russia, Google Says
- Big Four’s share continues to fall
- Canada: Multiple Institutions Launch Truth and Reconciliation Web Archive, New Resource Uses Archive-It Service Canada: Multiple Institutions Launch Truth and Reconciliation Web Archive, New Resource Uses Archive-It Service
- City’s bookworms to get more choice at fair
- Is crime fiction the new ‘political novel’ in South Africa? A complete survey of local crime fiction from the 19th century to the present day
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