Here is the top literary news of the week:
- Comic Industry Reacts To The Eddie Berganza Suspension
- ISTANBUL’S LIBRARIES: A REFUGE IN UNCERTAIN TIMES
- LOOK: New futuristic Tianjin library is the coolest place to read a book in China
- A Spacious Yet Cozy Home Designed For Book Lovers And Cats
- Amazon's Kindle turns 10: have ebooks clicked with you yet?
- Australia's Allen & Unwin accused of self-censorship for China
- New Zealand’s Television History Archive Under Threat
- The 19th-Century Woman Journalist Who Made Congress Bow Down in Fear
- THE AUTOBIOGRAPHY OF GUCCI MANE SETS A NEW HIGH FOR THE CELEBRITY MEMOIR
- Calm before the storm: Publishers are playing the GDPR waiting game
- Fine arts community debates future of Fine Arts Library
- PPC opens second round of mentoring scheme
- John Szabo is appointed Chair, and Bernadette Gray-Little, Peter Sidorko take seats on OCLC Board of Trustees
- IN DEFENSE OF COWARDLY PROTAGONISTS
- British explorer Benedict Allen 'goes missing in jungle' while searching for lost tribe
- Literature Wales to administer Wales Book of the Year in 2018
- Radhika Jones is named editor at Vanity Fair, will probably be great
- New Research Article: “Why Doesn’t Everyone Love Reading e-Books?”
- YOU CAN NEVER GO BACK: ON LOVING CHILDREN’S BOOKS AS AN ADULT
- National Book Awards: Jesmyn Ward wins major prize for Sing, Unburied, Sing
- New York Public Library Unveils $317 Million Master Plan For 42nd Street (Schwarzman) Building
- Sainsbury's and HarperImpulse honoured at RNA Awards
- Scaramucci wants a book deal on his 10 days in White House: report
- California will be the first state to use LGBT-inclusive history textbooks in schools
- Tony Bennett Honored in Star-Studded Gershwin Prize Tribute
- *THE "LORD OF THE RINGS" OF CHINESE LITERATURE IS FINALLY BEING TRANSLATED INTO ENGLISH
- Riddell accuses John Lewis Christmas advert of plagiarism
- David France Wins the 2017 Baillie Gifford Prize
- Stanford’s Hoji Shinbun project digitizes prewar Japanese American newspapers
- WHAT GEORGE ORWELL WROTE ABOUT THE DANGERS OF NATIONALISM
- Foreign Ministry Wants to Investigate BuzzFeed for Anti-Russian Propaganda
- Al Franken cancels appearance at Miami Book Fair
- Trade acts to address harassment concerns
- Sri Lankan writer Anuk Arudpragasam’s debut novel wins the DSC Prize 2017
- Jonathan Coe: writing a children’s book for our turbulent times
- Publishers experiment with audiobook-only productions
- Mexican Literature: How do Latin American authors read us?
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