Here is the top literary news of the week:
- Library Launches Campaign to Preserve Shrines to Slain Dallas Police Officers
- Cunningham auctions personal Beedle The Bard edition
- Karin Nyman: My mother Astrid Lindgren, and the night I named Pippi Longstocking
- Narratives of Personhood: The Various Shades of the Enlightenment
- When Theodore Roosevelt Tried to Reform the English Language
- Live video takes center stage on Election Day
- Machine built to judge books by their covers reveals pretty much nothing
- School Zone Launches Subscription-Based Education Site
- Novel about killer nanny wins France's top literary gong
- S&S Children’s announces NSPCC partnership
- GOODBYE BRICK AND MORTAR: WHY THE CLOSING OF THIS BARNES & NOBLE IS A PROBLEM
- 'Dismayed' trade reacts to Donald Trump's election
- Prime Minister's Literary awards 2016: Lisa Gorton and Charlotte Wood share fiction prize
- 2016 South African Literary Awards (SALAs) winners announced
- BiblioLabs Wins British Library Labs 2016 Award
- 10 LESSONS FROM 10 YEARS RUNNING A SMALL PRESS
- Here’s How Famous Writers Are Reacting To Trump Being Elected
- BOOKSELLING IN THE 21ST CENTURY: THERE WILL ALWAYS BE BOOKSTORES
- Madeleine Thien wins 2016 Scotiabank Giller Prize for Do Not Say We Have Nothing
- Montana: School Librarian Donates Her Half-Million Dollar Estate to Missoula Public Library
- Elsevier and Jisc proclaim 'low-cost' UK deal
- HOW DOES THE LIBRARY IN DOCTOR STRANGE WORK?
- EU e-lending ruling sparks book trade concerns
- Leonard Cohen's death strikes chord around the world
- Still, Poetry Will Rise
- TENNESSEE MOM CALLS FOR TEXTBOOK REMOVAL OVER “ISLAMIC PROPAGANDA”
- NBC’s Tom Brokaw Donating His Papers, Artifacts to University of Iowa Libraries
- Dumbledore Could Be Openly Gay in ‘Fantastic Beasts’ Sequel, J.K. Rowling Says
- SOUNDING THE ALARM: THREATENED ARTISTS SPEAK OUT AGAINST INCREASING CENSORSHIP IN RUSSIA
- ACLU Texas 2015-2016 Banned Books Report
- In a Galaxy 90 Miles Away: The View from Cuban Science Fiction
- University of East London launches writers prize for young adults
- How publishers are using Slack bots internally and externally
- Amazon Raises Fees - the End of Penny Booksellers?
- Unbound looks global as it turns five
- For the First Time, a Small Town in Central Illinois Has a Public Library
- Long-time Guardian travel editor Alex Hamilton has die
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