Here are the top literary stories of the week:
- The AdBot 9000 is here and it wrote some brand copy
- Dubray opens refurbished flagship shop
- A Hollywood Start-Up Sees New Life in Dead Movie Scripts
- Curation, Bookstores and Open-mindedness
- Dick Whittington treasury entrusted to Guildhall library
- Report: Archives of Michigan Partners with Music Preservationist
- “The Concubine Culture Is Alive and Well”
- WHY I WON’T BE READING THE CURSED CHILD
- 2016 Lowveld Book Festival programme revealed
- Amazon partners with UK government to test drone delivery
- What’s on Hillary’s bookshelf?
- What to read before and after Franny and Zooey
- Nielsen Book to launch online ISBN store
- Third time’s a charm for The Bell Jar film?
- Mzuzu library – transformation in progress!
- Critical re-thinking
- Picture books and porn: mini-boom in satirical titles inspired by Donald Trump
- Design: A New Microlibrary in Indonesia Uses Recycled Ice Cream Tubs as Walls
- FIVE BOOKS MAKING NEWS THIS WEEK: SUSPENSE, SCI-FI, AND SINGLE PARENTS
- 25 BOOKS FROM AROUND THE WORLD TO READ BEFORE YOU DIE: TODAY IN CRITICAL LINKING
- Man Booker Prize announces 2016 longlist
- PRH hunts for writers from 'under-represented' communities
- Somalia is now home to new bookstores, multiple book fairs
- Words With Friends Launches Educational App For Classrooms
- The Perils of Writing Wilderness: On Dave Eggers’s ‘Heroes of the Frontier’
- Happy birthday Beatrix Potter: the author’s legacy 150 years on
- If politics has become stranger than fiction, we novelists must try harder
- 2016 Innovations in Reading Prize: Honorable Mention LGBT BOOKS TO PRISONERS
- Indies reprint as Man Booker nominations prompt demand surge
- What Serious Authors Needs to Know About Metadata
- The Vatican Library Digitizes 1,600-Year-Old Edition of Virgil
- The world's most expensive books
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