Here is the top literary news of the week:
- Peter David and Jason David Frank Join Neal Adams to Express Concern for Stan Lee
- Street Libraries spread around Brisbane
- ACE reveals new £14m fund for independent creatives
- Trudeau Liberals axe funding for blind and vision-impaired books, or not
- Grammar gripes: why do we love to complain about language?
- Alexie Declines Literary Award; Paperback Release Postponed
- The Challenge of Writing Sylvia Plath’s New York Times Obituary 55 Years After She Died
- British Library reveals 6.2% gender pay gap
- Images of Bird’s-Eye Views now on Flickr
- Why is a Harvard Business Professor Studying Independent Bookstores?
- Apple is acquiring the Netflix of magazines
- Business Insider revamps its editorial focus to cater to a global audience
- Vinegar book wins 2018 Jane Grigson Trust award
- Trump Presidency Reinvigorates Feminist Bookstores
- Be Heard! A Comic For Student Rights From CBLDF & NCAC
- Bluebird wins auction for Pope's 'timely' next book
- Comic Folk React to the Death of Stephen Hawking
- Publishers pay tribute to 'luminary' Stephen Hawking
- No agreement with the Royal Society of Chemistry Publishing
- In recognition of $10M gift, Temple’s new library to be named for Steve Charles
- Who Gets to Change? Representation in ‘Three Billboards Outside of Ebbing, Missouri’
- * Harper Lee’s Estate Sues Over Broadway Version of ‘Mockingbird’
- Patrick Ness could land first ever Carnegie medal hat-trick
- Eight regional indie retail winners revealed
- Rutgers Digitizes Roman Coin Collection, Making it Accessible to the World
- IS IT WORTH 1,000 WORDS? MARK SARVAS ON WRITING ART IN FICTION
- Publisher offers Senate torture report for free in response to Haspel's CIA nomination
- The British Book Awards unveils nominees for 2018
- ARL Urges US to Ratify Marrakesh Treaty, Improve Access to Publications for Visually Impaired
- Duke University Libraries Announces Leadership Team Changes
- READING ‘VOLTRON’: LITERARY INSPIRATIONS FOR A LEGENDARY DEFENDER
- Is Censorship Coming Back to Tunisia? Court Order Bans ‘Blue Whale’ Online Game
- Lebanese author, feminist Emily Nasrallah passes away at 87
- Helen Joseph’s previously banned If This Be Treason available as a Kwela Pocket Revolutionary title
- GRAPHIC DESIGNERS ARE PLANNING 100 BIRTHDAY PARTIES FOR TYPOGRAPHY IDOL HERB LUBALIN
- James Kelman: ‘Irish writers get cushy jobs because they never challenge a single damn thing’
- The mind-blowing future of mind reading (which may be closer than you think)
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