Here is the top Literary news of the week:
- King James Bible's classic English text revealed to include work by French scholar
- Stan Sakai Named Inaugural Joe Kubert Award Winner By Comic Con Revolution, Kubert School
- Jimmy Barnes wins book award for second year: 'I never dreamed of being an author'
- Chambers and HarperCollins launch writing bursary
- Constantia Constantinou appointed vice provost and director of Penn Libraries
- For Publishers, 2018 Is Off to a Decent Start
- London Magazine launches award for debut fiction
- The poet Joseph Massey’s disturbing history of abuse
- Q&A: Steve Potash, CEO, Rakuten OverDrive
- Ever Wanted to Live Like Henry David Thoreau? Here’s Your Chance
- The Truth of Ray Bradbury’s Prophetic Vision
- Google Removes 'Don't Be Evil' Clause From Its Code of Conduct
- Why The New York Times likes short-run newsletters
- Public Health Library merges with Bioscience & Natural Resources Library
- Meet a survivor, a 'weirdo' and a woman 'stronger than the stigma' at the Human Library
- HOW TO SURVIVE ONE OF THE WORLD’S BIGGEST LITERARY FESTIVALS
- Philip Roth, Towering Novelist Who Explored Lust, Jewish Life and America, Dies at 85
- ANNOUNCING THE 2018 MAN BOOKER INTERNATIONAL PRIZE WINNER
- Copyright row erupts over late Sex Pistols manager's memoir
- Arizona State University keeper of Senator John McCain archives
- THE 12 BEST SHERLOCK HOLMES STORIES, ACCORDING TO ARTHUR CONAN DOYLE
- Judge rules Trump can't block users on Twitter
- Witherspoon Brings Hello Sunshine to Audible
- Michelle Obama shares intimate family photos to promote forthcoming memoir
- Why Your E-Book Might Not Feel Like 'Yours'
- New Brooklyn Home of Center for Fiction to Open in 2019
- SEX, DRUGS, ROCK N’ ROLL, AND MYSTICAL POETS
- U.S. Public Schools Have Lost Nearly 20% Of Their Librarians Since 2000
- Booksellers urged to tackle diversity with £50k worth of grants
- Nonprofit creates libraries at laundromats
- Director of the Public Library of Cincinnati and Hamilton County announces retirement
- #MeToo revelations and loud, angry men: the feminism flashpoint of Sydney writers’ festival
- THE BEST WAYS TO READ OVER THE SUMMER
- Tunisian journalists say police union attacks are having a chilling effect on press freedom
- Why Are Russia, WikiLeaks and the British Far Left Out to Get This 'pro-Israel' Wikipedia Editor?
- Foyles’ Urban Express roll-out heralds national expansion
- The Best Children's Books of the Year, According to Bank Street College of Education
- All the books Bill Gates has recommended over the last eight years
This week: a scholar has uncovered surprising news on the King James Bible, Publishers are having a good year so far according to sales figures, Google may no longer condemn evil, Philip Roth died at age 85, a Judge has blocked President Trump from cutting off dissent on Twitter, U.S. Public Schools are lacking in Librarians, and Tunisian Journalists face a possible new law that will curtail coverage. All this, plus the New York Times Bestsellers, the Amazon Charts, and the latest news from aois21, Literally This Week.
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