Here is the top literary news of the week:
- Dolly Parton Hosts Story Time at Library of Congress
- TV series for Terry Pratchett's City Watch novels
- Warner Bros Sets Up ‘Logan’s Run’ With ‘Hunger Games’ Writer Peter Craig
- New interactive maps of UBC Library’s Open Collections use linked open data
- Philip Hensher: ‘I don’t know why anyone would go for Darcy when they could have Bingley’
- See Rare Images Depicting Life, Work at the White House
- A Modern Controversy Over Ancient Homosexuality
- Academy Award Winners 2018: The Complete List
- Connelly honoured with CWA Diamond Dagger
- Court Order Blocks Access to Project Gutenberg in Germany
- From blank pages to 13,000 word sentences: a brief history of British avant garde writing
- GROWING UP WITH CLASSIC RUSSIAN LITERATURE IN RURAL SOUTH INDIA
- How Hearst Newspapers changes its paywall to drive reader loyalty
- Three finalists of €20k EBRD Literature Prize revealed
- Vivian French to receive outstanding achievement award
- B&N Will Open Five Prototype Stores in Fiscal 2019
- Taiwan: Public Libraries Lent Out 4.5% More Books Last Year
- Rochester-area libraries increase understanding of poverty
- ANNOUNCING THE SECOND ANNUAL HONEY & WAX BOOK COLLECTING PRIZE
- Washington Governor Signs First State Net Neutrality Bill
- Fire rips through Waterstones Southampton store
- 'It Just Felt Very Wrong': Sherman Alexie's Accusers Go On The Record
- Google to Sell Zagat to The Infatuation, an Upstart Review Site
- Shakespeare himself may have annotated 'Hamlet' book, claims researcher
- Who Should Be Armed in Florida Schools? Not Teachers, Lawmakers Say. But Maybe Librarians.
- What Do the Allegations Against Sherman Alexie Mean for Native Literature?
- 'Inspirational' publisher Simon King dies, aged 80
- Board removes ‘trashy’ book from Cody High School library in Wyoming
- How Tomi Adeyemi Became A Literary Rockstar Before Her First Book Even Came Out
- 5 WRITERS WHO SHOULD BE FEMINIST SAINTS
- A 'stressed' George R.R. Martin is stepping back from his blog
- Netizen Report: Sri Lanka Blocks Social Media Amid Sectarian Violence
- Department of Justice Announces Launch of National FOIA Portal
- ALA and AASL release joint statement on Florida Senate Bill 7026
- Middle-grade author responds to queer-themed book controversy
- Why Jhumpa Lahiri loves translating Italy's 'finest living writer'
- Ignore mobile at your peril, Rajan warns indie publishers
- BBC Journalist Accuses Russian Deputy of Sexual Harassment With Audio Recordings
- How Greek Anti-Nationalist Satire Was Misunderstood as Hate Speech in Macedonian Media
- A TINY BOOK WRITTEN FOR DOLLS, COMMISSIONED BY A QUEEN OF ENGLAND, IS NOW FOR SALE
- Award-winning writers top the bill at literary festival
- Haaretz Journalist Vered Lee Wins Human Rights Award
- 197 Turkish institutions join JSTOR
- Publishers rejected her, Christians attacked her: The deep faith of ‘A Wrinkle in Time’ author Madeleine L’Engle
- IBPA Releases Criteria for Hybrid Publishing
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