Here is the top literary news of the week:
Stephen Hawking Predicted Superhumans Will Destroy Humanity
Setzer and Al Qasimi confirmed to lead IPA
Research Article: “Format Shift: Information Behavior and User Experience in the Academic E-book Environment”
HOW THE COMMUNIST BLACKLIST SHAPED THE ENTERTAINMENT INDUSTRY AS WE KNOW IT
Why We Need Erotica
Will fake news carry Brazil's favored far-right candidate to victory?
The Iranian-American Couple Dominating Persian Cookbooks
Public nominations invited for National Poetry Day anthology
Unseen tales reveal the young Rudyard Kipling honing his skills
NO, I CAN’T BRAID YOUR HAIR: WHY LIBRARIANS NEED BOUNDARIES TOO
One Year of #MeToo: “He Said, She Said” Is a Literary Problem, Too
Sales of dropped Man Booker longlistees outstrip finalists
What Norwegian publisher Aller Media has learned from its personalized paywall
'Forgotten' female poet of first world war to be honoured at armistice centenary
The Music Modernization Act is now law which means some pre-1972 music goes public
HOW TO WRITE A FELLOWSHIP ESSAY WHEN SURROUNDED BY CHAOS
Anna Burns wins 50th Man Booker Prize with Milkman!
Taiwanese bookstore to open retail store in Tokyo
Feminist Library crowdfunds for new Peckham home
Trinity marks launch of Oscar Wilde digital collection with public lecture
The Westworld, Deuce, and Maniac TV Writers Who Started Out as Novelists
SUSAN ORLEAN: “LIBRARIANS ARE HEROIC.”
Can picture books meet the crisis in children's mental health?
'Milkman' reprint soars to 100,000 after 'phenomenal demand'
Report: STATE ARCHIVING IN THE DIGITAL ERA
WHY AMERICA’S BEST POLITICAL NOVELIST IS REQUIRED READING IN 2018
What are we teaching boys when we discourage them from reading books about girls?
Todd Bol, creator of the Little Free Library movement, dies at 62
Hodder withdraws sociology textbook over offensive statements
National Heritage Digitization Strategy: 21 projects approved for funding across Canada
JENNIFER EGAN: WHY PEN AMERICA IS SUING DONALD TRUMP
Opinion: Bookers, Burns and bounces
Gloria Steinem Recommended 35 Books For Strand Bookstore & It's Basically A Feminist Lit Primer
Smartphones are endangering Iceland’s love of books
Hong Kong Free Expression Week features Umbrella Movement activists and political cartoonist Badiucao
Mozley wins Polari First Book Prize
Libraries Addressing the Need for Sustainable Access to Scholarly Publications
THE STRANGE, TRUE-LIFE STORY OF THE LITERARY SCAMMER LEE ISRAEL
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