Here is the top literary news of the week:
- The LA Times Isn’t Letting Europeans Read Its Site Thanks to the EU’s New Internet Rules
- Lesbian archive preserves a time when the Bay Area changed radically
- The Lesbian Pulp Fiction That Saved Lives
- The NDL Digital Collections is now compliant with IIIF.
- Stan Lee Seen to Support Elon Musk’s Pravda on Twitter
- Once Delayed, Nobel Prize for Literature No Sure Thing in 2019
- Accountant embezzled $3.4M from famed literary agency
- The 39 books we're talking about this summer
- LITERARY TOURISM: A LEGACY OF POETRY IN BUFFALO, NEW YORK
- STOP LOOKING FOR ONE WAR STORY TO MAKE SENSE OF ALL WARS
- Why Every Media Company Fears Richard Liebowitz
- Digital publishers with Hollywood ambitions adapt to new economics
- Authors defend W H Smith after retailer named 'worst shop'
- Winnipeg's Carnegie Library called one of Canada's most endangered historic sites
- A Flash Fiction Roundtable: Short but Never Small
- You don't always have to suffer to be a great writer. Author @chenchenwrites points out some hard truths and people agree.
- Russian journalist and Kremlin critic Arkady Babchenko shot dead in Kiev
- Authors reach out to schools via penpal scheme
- This Delightful Christopher Robin Trailer Will Relieve Some of Your Existential Dread, At Least for a Little While
- EVERY DAY, ANOTHER LANGUAGE DIES
- Geppi's Entertainment Museum to close as comic and art collection heads to Library of Congress
- Will Hill scoops YA Book Prize 2018
- Apple Orders Emily Dickinson Series with Hailee Steinfeld Set to Star
- The Library Introduces Aperio Journals—Opening Research to the World!
- WHEN WALT WHITMAN’S POEMS WERE REJECTED FOR BEING TOO TIMELY
- 'Fight Club' author Chuck Palahniuk says he's 'close to broke' after agent's accountant charged with embezzlement
- New publisher plans to offer budding authors £24,000 salary
- Haynes warns profits will be hit by US tax rate
- IMLS Announces Recipients of 2018 National Medal for Museum and Library Service
- LEARNING TO WRITE CHARACTERS WHO MAKE ME FEEL LESS ALONE
- The Muslims wins prize for radical children’s fiction
- ‘We'll find you and hang you': Russian bloggers threatened for their efforts at doxxing pro-government Cossacks
- Shakespeare’s First Folio Now Available to View in British Library’s Universal Viewer
- South African titles honoured at the 2018 Gourmand World Cookbook Awards
- The truth about literary translations
- Amazon Has Three More Bookstores Set To Open
- At BookExpo, a Look at Copyright Issues: ‘It’s the Author Who Suffers’
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