Here is the top literary news of the week:
- Terry Goodkind Apologizes to Artist After Trashing Cover to Own Book
- WAMU Acquires Local News Site DCist
- Drive to ban library books with LGBTQ content erupts in Orange City
- Child Play and Walker titles to feature in Bookbug bags
- Book clinic: why do publishers still issue hardbacks?
- 14 Adorable Bookstore Dogs to Brighten Your Day
- Michelle Obama Drops Due Date For 'Deeply Personal' Memoir
- Library system cuts hours, reduces purchases so county can spend more on opioid crisis
- Johnson departs Bonnier Publishing with immediate effect
- With ‘Fire and Fury,’ Stephen Rubin Is Publishing’s 76-Year-Old Comeback Kid
- MY FAVOURITE SOUVENIRS: COLLECTING LIBRARY CARDS TO DOCUMENT MY LIFE AND TRAVELS
- Does it matter if authors make up their memoirs?
- ‘It’s going to end in tears’: Reality check is coming for subscription-thirsty publishers
- These Writers Are Launching A New Wave Of Native American Literature
- Amazon to sponsor Digital Book World 2018 for first time in conference history
- 'Beloved' author Penny Vincenzi dies
- New Journal Article: “Digital Archives as Big Data”
- RETURNING TO WRITING AFTER A STAGE FOUR CANCER DIAGNOSIS
- WATCH THE FAHRENHEIT 451 TRAILER FROM HBO
- Harper Lee’s Will, Unsealed, Only Adds More Mystery to Her Life
- Are Feminist Dystopias the #MeToo Movement of Literature?
- Kim Davis writes of ‘furious, fist-pounding homosexual men’ in her new book
- Potential Parragon closure puts 245 jobs at risk
- California State Library’s Rare Book Collection Damaged by Water Leak
- Large Archive of Hannah Arendt’s Papers Digitized by the Library of Congress
- Once It Was Overdue Books. Now Librarians Fight Overdoses.
- Ta-Nehisi Coates to write Marvel's new Captain America comics
- Snow blights World Book Day celebrations but tour goes ahead
- Budget 2018: Federal government commits $73M for new Ottawa super library
- WHAT WE SAY WHEN WE MARKET QUEER STORIES
- Five libraries around the world that are open despite the odds
- China’s Censors Ban Winnie the Pooh and the Letter ‘N’ After Xi’s Power Grab
- Shayevich and Fitzcarraldo Editions win inaugural Translation Prize
- Novelist Jennifer Egan named new president of PEN America
- Isobel Hunter appointed as first Chief Executive of SCL
- CITY OF EXILES: WHEN MARIO VARGAS LLOSA MET JULIO CORTÁZAR IN PARIS
- Australian National University researchers discover lost literary treasure trove
- Guinean Blogger Sally Bilaly Sow: “Accountability Must Be in the Minds of Every Citizen”
- Without Women or Evolution: 'Ultra-Orthodox Wikipedia' Is Literally Rewriting History
- The profits from publishing: authors' perspective
- Randy Boyagoda on Infinite Jest — a great Canadian novel, by an American writer
- Cellphones, hair salons and grit: Digital art shows Africans in Israel as more than just migrants
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