Here is the top literary news of the week:
- Rowling, Callil, Briggs named in Queen's Birthday Honours
- Two Videos Provide a Look Inside the New “Amazing World of Dr. Seuss Museum” in Springfield, Massachusetts
- The One Case Where Comic Sans Is Actually Useful
- READING WITH DAD: 13 BOOKS THAT DEFINE OUR SHARED READING LIVES
- DAAAAAAAD! On Father's Day, An Homage To The Terrible Jokes They Tell
- How The New York Times moderates 12,000 comments a day
- Brexit Talks Start, U.K. Entertainment Industry Hopes to Maintain Strong European Ties
- Delay to EU progress on e-book VAT
- Uncovering history through rare book cataloging
- WHEN “INTERESTING” ISN’T INTERESTING
- Sepetys and Smith fly the US flag in Carnegie and Greenaway wins
- Sebastian Barry's 'glorious and unusual' novel wins Walter Scott prize
- Public Library News Roundup
- European Court Condemns Russia's 'Homophobic' Gay Propaganda Law
- FINDING THE PERFECT MADELEINE: HOW TO UNLOCK A READER’S MEMORIES
- SPECULATIVE FICTION IN TRANSLATION: ISRAEL
- Crack Down on Amazon
- Major publishers move to defend Greenpeace in dispute with logging firm
- Tony Bennett Selected as Next Recipient of Library of Congress Gershwin Prize for Popular Song
- Crossick, Jubb and Pinter debate monograph 'oversupply'
- SHORTER, FASTER, BETTER: ON THE BEAUTY OF LITERARY COMPRESSION
- Parks and Read
- Why Piri Thomas’ Coming of Age Memoir Still Resonates Today
- Police in Benghazi burned thousands of books, because ISIL
- Agualusa and Hahn win €100k International Dublin Literary Award
- New Analysis From Pew: “Millennials are the Most Likely Generation Of Americans to Use Public Libraries”
- Git Yer Free e-Books Here
- LIBRARIANS IN THE 21ST CENTURY: WE NEED TO TALK ABOUT LIBRARY SECURITY
- Emma Watson Is Hiding Copies Of ‘The Handmaid’s Tale’ Around Paris
- Elsevier awarded $15m from Sci-Hub in copyright case
- HarperCollins, Hoopla Announce Multi-user, On-Demand Model For Some Backlist eBook Titles
- Dracula Is Getting the Sherlock Treatment
- Atwood, Ishiguro and McEwan come clean about Jane Austen
- WHY HAS NO ONE EVER HEARD OF THE WORLD’S FIRST POET?
- Empty Book on Palestinian History Becomes Instant Best-seller on Amazon
- Amazon mines sales data for Harry Potter trends
- Russia’s Big Brother Is Trying To Watch You (But Is Annoyed You Won't Let Him.)
- National Bookshop Day rebranded
- How Jordan Abel deconstructed the racism in old western novels and won the Griffin Poetry Prize
- Tragedy of the perishing scholar
- Literature, a quarry that nourishes every day more to the small screen
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