Here is the top literary news of the week:
- The Man Booker at 50: flawed – but still the best way to judge our literature
- Griffiths tops Dead Good Reader Awards shortlists
- Deadpool Artist Bong Ty Dazo Has Died
- With elections approaching, Pakistani journalists and activists face rising risk of assault, abduction
- Field Note-Worthy: Thousands of Field Notes Now Available in BHL Thanks to the Field Notes Project!
- A beach and a book: Beach libraries pop up worldwide
- SP Books Finds Niche with Reproductions of Classic Manuscripts
- POLICE OFFICERS CHALLENGE BOOKS ON A SOUTH CAROLINA SUMMER READING LIST
- DHA to hold open day for underrepresented writers
- A Race Against Time to Preserve University Media Collections
- PW's Star Watch Announced for 2018
- Leisure reading in the U.S. is at an all-time low
- Quartz is being sold to Uzabase, a Japanese business media company
- Diaz denies all allegations against him in first media interview
- America’s Literary Hotshots Once Shunned TV, Now They Want to Run the Show
- New Report From OCLC: “U.S. Public Libraries: Marketing and Communications Landscape”
- Relaunched AudioUK to support booming audiobook industry
- WILL A WOMAN WRITER WIN ITALY’S STREGA PRIZE THIS YEAR?
- Barnes & Noble Fires CEO Without Severance Over Policy Violations
- Jane Harley appointed chair of PA’s Educational Publishers Council
- DC FINALLY UNVEILS DC UNIVERSE: DIGITAL COMICS…AND A WHOLE LOT MORE
- The Times Literary Supplement launches digital archive with Exact Editions
- 9 GREAT AMERICAN NOVELS BY AUTHORS BORN IN OTHER COUNTRIES
- Charles I's 'message for the future' discovered in poetry book
- Met detective wins S&S open submissions competition
- 'Worst day' tweet Harrogate bookshop gets 'amazing' response
- LIBER Launches Open Science Roadmap
- THE EXPERIMENTAL GERMAN WRITER FOR WHOM “DUMB” IS A BADGE OF HONOR
- As the Bookworm says goodbye, customers raised more than $3,000 to animal shelter
- Public's library support 'needs to shift to activism'
- How we discovered three poisonous books in our university library
- WEIRD STUFF PEOPLE SAY TO LIBRARIANS (AND THE THINGS I DO NOT SAY IN RESPONSE)
- Attention, Please: Anne Tyler Has Something to Say
- EU sends controversial internet copyright reforms back to the drawing board
- Ugandans say #NoToSocialMediaTax because it exploits women, youth and the poor
- Why public libraries can’t buy some of Canada’s top audiobooks
- RISING STARS 2018
- Art of the novel
- Book Clubs Are Really Having a Moment Right Now
- Exclusive: CAA Launches Writers Database to Help Fix Hollywood’s Diversity Problem
- Bob Dylan and Will Smith: Children’s Authors?
- Facebook’s New Political Ad Policy Ends Up Censoring Bookstore’s Author Event Ads
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