Here is the the top literary news of the week:
- Fifty Shades royalty lawsuit settled in Texas
- Hilary Mantel makes BBC Short Story Award shortlist
- Informa agrees to buy US rival Penton for £1.2bn
- LITERARY TOURISM: MELBOURNE, AUSTRALIA
- Longlist for the Sol Plaatje EU Poetry Award announced
- Off-Site Storage: Construction Begins on Five Colleges Library Annex in Hatfield, Massachusetts
- Google Books will now make better suggestions on what to read next
- Copyright after Brexit
- A room that recites poetry
- INTERVIEW WITH A BOOKSTORE: TIN CAN MAILMAN
- A sure sign Amazon wants a D.C. store: It plans to finally collect sales taxes
- RIP Allister Sparks (1933-2016)
- 8 Tips For Reading More During The School Year, Because It's All About Time-Management
- David Cameron 'to earn £1.5m from memoirs and £50,000 per hour giving after dinner talks'
- BIBF exhibitors report book confiscations
- Publisher Sales $2.14 Billion in the First Quarter of 2016, E-Books and University Press Book Sales Decline
- ON THE IRRESISTIBLE PULL OF TIDAL METAPHORS
- Author Cori McCarthy Discuss Her Book Being Optioned
- Two debut novelists among this year’s Writers’ Trust nominees
- Forward Prizes 2016
- 23 New ‘Geniuses’ Pushing The Boundaries Of Art And Science Today
- Magazine industry fight over too many awards leads to split – and more awards
- The Anxiety of Influence: Children’s Books and Their Grown-Up Counterparts
- ECI library an escape for prisoners
- Library Loans Are a Double-Edged Sword
- Three Companies Awarded Spots on $40 Million Library of Congress IT Contract
- SANS THE FADING
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