Here is the top literary news of the week:
- Academy Award Winners 2017: Updated List
- The 'Arrival' of the Oscars boosts the 'Hidden Figures' of the book world
- 40 years of 2000AD: looking back on the future of comic books
- Why We Love LeVar Burton
- The 12 Books Chelsea Clinton Thinks You Should Read
- Waterstones chief defends decision to open unbranded stores
- Australian children's author Mem Fox 'left sobbing' by US border control
- Report: Fox’s X-Men Cinematic Universe Quickly Burning Through Viable Properties
- GETTING LOST BEFORE THE INTERNET
- LITERARY TOURISM: ROME, ITALY
- Belarus’ National Library, British Library Sign Long-Term Cooperation Agreement
- Authors angry after Susan Hill accuses bookshop of anti-Trump censorship
- Paris Book Fair looks to new initiatives to boost numbers
- Deborah Campbell awarded 2017 Freedom to Read Award
- 10 GREAT WORKS OF NEW ORLEANS LIT TO READ THIS FAT TUESDAY
- Penguin Random House Acquires Obama Books
- Hot Key author McFall wins Scottish Teenage Book Prize
- Why I'm writing for World Book Day
- Nevada: Lawmaker Wants to Spell Out Libraries’ Gun Discretion
- IN THE TIME YOU SPEND ON SOCIAL MEDIA EACH YEAR, YOU COULD READ 200 BOOKS
- Amazon opens its first East Coast bookstore — in Dedham, Mass.
- Massachusetts: City of Boston Announces Beta Release of New Open Data Platform, “Analyze Boston”
- Brexit negotiations: government urged to keep publishing trade barriers 'to absolute minimum'
- World Book Day gives many children first chance to buy one
- World Book Day: Great literary trips for young and grown-up bookworms
- World Book Day: leafing through the pages of history
- Publishing Robot from HarperCollins recommends some surprising books
- Researchers Decipher Recipe Believed to Treat Medieval Mystic
- Indie bookshop presence in the UK contracts for an 11th consecutive year
- Playing catch-up, Condé Nast navigates a tricky digital evolution
- Academic Libraries Contribute $1.794M to Fund Open Access Collection
- New York Public Library Acquires Lou Reed’s Complete Archives
- Have we got Machiavelli all wrong?
- The Secrets of Russia’s Propaganda War, Revealed
- Daunt slams 'crushing consistency' in chain bookselling
- The most popular books in Canada this week
- Chimamanda Ngozi Adichie: 'Can people please stop telling me feminism is hot?'
- Folk songs are making a big comeback
- This guy singing the Epic of Gilgamesh with a lute in front of a painting of Babylon is all of us
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