Here is the top literary news of the week:
- Amazon's drone workshop opened to Cambridge schoolchildren
- The Architecture of Memory: How Los Angeles Made Me a Poet
- The most famous letter never sent?
- LITERARY TOURISM: MARTHA’S VINEYARD
- First-hand reporting dominates Baillie Gifford shortlist
- Australian Prime Minister's Literary Awards 2016
- Lucy Abrahams Appointed Literary Scout For Alma Littera In Lithuania
- Apple News is sending publishers traffic, but not revenue
- Lewis Grassic Gibbon's Sunset Song voted Scotland's favourite novel
- Are audio books the new e-readers?
- New Love to Read programming from the BBC
- The Telegraph overhauls mobile app to focus on speed
- CULTURAL CRITICISM AND THE WAY WE LIVE NOW
- The past, present, and future of American university presses: A view from the left coast
- INTERVIEW WITH A BOOKSTORE: HER BOOKSHOP
- Thieves clean out Little Free Libraries all over Twin Cities
- LLMC Digitizing Cuban Primary Legal Sources
- Claudia Rankine: why I'm spending $625,000 to study whiteness
- PETER GIZZI, A POET OF SOUND AND TIME
- EC study puts average author earnings at £12,500
- FIVE BOOKS MAKING NEWS THIS WEEK: POLITICS, PHILOSOPHY, AND OPIUM
- How The Dictionary Became The Hilarious Election Watchdog We Needed
- TESSA HADLEY, C. E. MORGAN, AND JERRY PINTO ON THE FUTURE OF LIBRARIES
- EveryCRSReport.com: New Resource Provides Free Access to Over 8,000 Reports from the Congressional Research Service
- Why all Canadians need to follow in the example of Gord Downie
- FIND THE CURE FOR ANY BOOK HANGOVER: TODAY IN CRITICAL LINKING
- Picador poets dominate TS Eliot Prize shortlist
- Shortlist for The Hindu Prize 2016 announced
- The Proposed IDPF/W3C Merger: A Significant Move That Warrants More Time for Consideration
- These Women Reporters Went Undercover to Get the Most Important Scoops of Their Day
- COMMA QUEEN: AFFECT VS. EFFECT
- Library of Virginia layoffs will hinder open government, preservation of historical record
- Maria Pallante Removed as U.S. Register of Copyrights
- Nine Dots Prize offers $100k and CUP book deal
- WHEN FICTION HELPS YOU GET CLOSER TO THE TRUTH
- New E-Textbook Study Finds Mostly Positive Results
- Mayor wants to build architectural library gems in CHA housing
- 10 LIFE-CHANGING BOOKS FOR INTROVERTS
- Fear of Trump Inspires Japanese Authors
- Donna Morrissey on the power and frustration of writing fiction
- Ekbäck and Gregory win Historical Fiction awards
- ANTHOLOGIES, A LOVE AFFAIR
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