Here is the top literary news of the week:
- Amazon has triggered a $5 billion bidding war — here are the craziest proposals for its new headquarters
- The Hitchhiker’s Guide To The Galaxy Sequel To Be Aired At MCM London Comic Con
- The Good Immigrant to continue Dialogue in US
- NONFICTION SCIENCE FICTION
- Stanford University Archives Launches Transcription Crowdsourcing Project
- “DIVERSITY IN PUBLISHING” DOESN’T EXIST—BUT HERE’S HOW IT CAN
- Weinstein Books Is Shuttered by Hachette Book Group
- Not the Booker prize 2017: Dark Chapter by Winnie M Li wins
- New Report From PEN America: “Faking News: Fraudulent News and the Fight for Truth”
- Riddell becomes honorary fellow of CILIP
- LITERARY TOURISM: CAMBRIDGE UK
- Halloween store removes Anne Frank costume after complaints
- Philip Pullman Returns to His Fantasy World
- 'World-class' S&S UK celebrates 30th anniversary
- LSU Libraries Develops New Platform For Louisiana Digital Library, Based on Islandora Open-Source Software
- MEET AN OSCAR WILDE-THEMED NOVELTY GASTROPUB IN NEW YORK
- WHAT DOES YOUR LIFE TEACH YOU ABOUT BECOMING A WRITER?
- Lincoln in the Bardo wins 2017 Man Booker Prize
- Audiobooks.com launches in UK
- How WPP’s Triad Media is turning retailers into ad sellers
- I LOVE ROMANCE BECAUSE IT’S PREDICTABLE AND I’M NOT SORRY
- Smithsonian Launches Kickstarter Campaign to Fund “Anthology of Hip-Hop and Rap”
- New York City Public Libraries Offer One-Time Fine Amnesty on Kids’ and Teens’ Library Cards
- BOOK BAN NEWS: FLORIDA SCHOOL BOARD ISSUES COMPREHENSIVE DIRECTIVE
- Creative industries facing 'catastrophic' loss of talent after Brexit, report warns
- In Defense of Third Person
- A DAY IN THE LIFE OF A FREELANCER
- Wait, those aren’t Kardashians: Librarians in New Zealand honor the Calabasas ladies in photo shoot
- Far-right violence has been reported at this year’s Frankfurt Book Fair
- Child says children need 'more space to create'
- Special Collections: Letters From Barack Obama to His College Girlfriend Now Part of Collection at Emory’s Rose Library
- Are You Ready for 'Evicted' Live?
- 5 BOOKS RAY BRADBURY THOUGHT YOU SHOULD READ
- Moscow Court Rules Against Gay Uzbek Journalist's Asylum Claim
- Bringing the magic of Harry Potter to life
- Plagiarism: The rising threat to academic integrity
- Benjamin Moser: "Critics should not humiliate a creator"
- An Ambitious Project ID'd 80% of Hungarian Jews Murdered in the Holocaust
- The Middle-Eastern American writer behind Marvel’s Iceman, the most visible gay superhero yet
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