Here is the top literary news of the week:
- Recent Supreme Court IP Cases Through a Library Lens
- 'Bitter disappointment' as Bury set to close 10 libraries
- STARTING SOCIAL MEDIA’S BIGGEST ROMANCE BOOK CLUB: ANA COQUI ON #ROMBKLOVE
- Sarah Hall: ‘Short stories are a place for dark psychology’
- Austerity and the British Library
- THE RISE OF WOMEN-ONLY LITERARY SPACES, UK EDITION
- HOW MUSIC REVEALS THE PITFALLS — AND POSSIBILITIES — OF PATRIOTISM
- Sony Will Start Pressing Vinyl Records After a 28-Year Hiatus
- Ingram Buys NBN's International Division
- Crime writer Helen Cadbury dies
- Article/Book Chapter: “Navigating the Political Waters of Open Access Publishing in Libraries”
- FAILED ATTEMPTS TO BOOK CLUB
- Slouching towards Didion: the book blurb bywords holding the industry back
- Amazon’s new video device, Echo Show, is getting publisher attention
- BookTrust to re-run kids books translation scheme
- GAME OF THRONES SEASON 8 EPISODES MAY BE FEATURE LENGTH
- James Berry obituary
- Conference Paper & Slides: “Successful Tactics for Introducing New Databases to CDC Library Patrons: A Case Study”
- Writing a New Series: A Guide to Creating a World from Scratch
- NPR Tweeted Declaration Of Independence, And Trump Supporters Flipped Out
- SARAH JESSICA PARKER CHOOSES INDIAN-AMERICAN NOVEL AS FIRST IMPRINT TITLE
- Tencent's online publisher files for Hong Kong IPO seen worth $800 million
- Hachette in Famous Five trademark dispute with comedy sketch show
- Hilary Mantel says final Wolf Hall book likely to be delayed
- Go ahead and bring those Howard Zinn books on your vacation, the TSA doesn’t care
- One Ring to Rule All Them Slots
- Arson is the Cause of Northeastern Indiana Public Library Fire
- Redmayne hails 'terrific year' at HarperCollins Summer Party
- The Power of Art That Makes You Pause
- DO YOU NARRATE YOUR LIFE IN THE STYLE OF THE BOOK YOU’RE READING?
- New Maurice Sendak Picture Book Discovered
- Amazon Prime Reaches 85 Million US Members
- “Hell hath no fury like a fashion editor fired”
- Amazon Was Supposed To Have Crushed Bookstores. So Why Are Indie Bookshops Booming In D.C.?
- HOW A READER’S FEMINIST CRITIQUE CHANGED MY SCI-FI NOVEL
- America the Beautiful in Books
- HOW DEADLINES PUT MY READING HABITS INTO OVERDRIVE
- HUGE BOOKSTORE, TEHRAN'S BOOK GARDEN, OPENS IN IRAN DESPITE GOVERNMENT CENSORSHIP
- Milo Yiannopoulos Strikes Back
- How The Strand Has Made Indie Bookselling Look Easy — For 90 Years
- Raila Odinga book author Babior resurfaces
- Russian Pokemon Go Blogger Has Sentence Reduced
- 'A hundred years of solitude' will be analyzed by magistrates and writers of the Magdalena
- The Mystery of the Novelist Who Is Said to Have Predicted the Intifada in 1951
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