Here is the top literary news of the week:
- Outrage after children's author denied visa
- The Comics Industry Has An Accessibility Problem
- Library survey says readers of all ages still prefer print to digital, among other findings
- A Bookseller’s Elegy
- HOW A BOOK ABOUT GROVER REVEALED TO ME THE WIDE WORLD OF LITERATURE
- WILL FACEBOOK BECOME THE ULTIMATE ONLINE BOOK CLUB?
- Game of Thrones: Winds of Winter could be out in 2018, says George RR Martin
- US Author’s Guild Announces Copyright Infringement Agreement With Hungarian Magazine
- Welsh minister accuses arts bodies of 'undermining' review process
- When New York City Rioted Over Hamlet Being Too British
- 7 OF THE MOST BEAUTIFUL LIBRARIES IN THE WORLD
- Publishers step in to help cash-strapped school
- Nestle Japan CMO Masafumi Ishibashi on brands as publishers
- HELP SAVE JANE AUSTEN’S GREAT HOUSE
- Video: Fulcrum Digital Publishing Platform Will Power ACLS Humanities Ebook
- A new four-day poetry and spoken word festival comes to Hull in September.
- VISITING THE ACTUAL ISLAND THAT INSPIRED NEVERLAND
- LIBRARIES ARE THE REAL PUNK ROCK
- Google Has a Big Canadian Problem — and It's Getting Desperate
- Author Yap funds Curtis Brown scholarship for 'less privileged'
- IMLS Now Accepting Nominations for 2018 National Medal for Museum and Library Service
- Luxembourg's Chapter 1 Files For Bankruptcy
- READING ALOUD WITH OTHERS IS MORE IMPORTANT THAN YOU THINK
- AN OPEN LETTER TO PEOPLE WHO DON’T THINK THEY NEED TO READ DIVERSELY
- The Swedish Novel That Imagines a Dystopia for the Childless
- Journalists, critics, and editors have released a statement of solidarity with workers of the Village Voice Union
- LEONARDO DA VINCI’S NOTEBOOKS NOW ACCESSIBLE ONLINE
- Jubilation as Iranian children's author finally granted visa
- Grand scale: Calgary instrument lending library in high demand
- Librarians on the Front Lines
- 5 REASONS WHY A WRITER SHOULD MOVE TO VANCOUVER
- Keeping you current Interact With the First 3-D Scan of the Rosetta Stone
- Jeff Bezos was briefly the world’s richest person
- 12 books that shaped the way Jeff Bezos thinks about success
- Hachette UK sales grow 10.2% in first half
- Calling all young women writers: Enter the Telegraph's Cassandra Jardine prize
- HILLARY CLINTON’S NEW MEMOIR GETS A TITLE
- This Glow-In-The-Dark Library Was Designed to Mimic a Diamond
- * Zoe Saldana Is Launching A Digital Media Brand To Empower Latinos
- Some pig: porcine sizzler claims 39th Diagram Prize
- MAD Magazine Writer Stan Hart Has Passed Away
- Emma Donoghue donates over $100K in royalties for children's literacy in Asia and Africa
- Library gives slum children taste of literary world
- I was and remain an excellent liar: Paro Anand
- Ancient Egyptian Records Indicate Philistines Weren't Aegean Pirates After All
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