Here is the top literary news of the week:
- Bob Dylan Will (Finally) Collect his Nobel Prize for Literature
- Ahmed Naji on his wait to hear if Egyptian court will clear him to write again
- History: Four New Digital Collections Available Online From the Library of Congress
- WHAT DOES IT MEAN TO SET YOUR NOVEL AT HARVARD?
- Did Vladimir Nabokov Write the Great Refugee Novel?
- Norway Gets a New Doomsday Vault That Stores Data
- Louise Dean launches 90-day writers' community
- Revealed: Self-styled 'grammar vigilante' corrects badly punctuated shop signs in dead of night
- Novels By Former Builder, Magistrate, And Bbc Journalist Longlisted For 10th Anniversary Desmond Elliott Prize
- The Illustrated Prague Haggadah That Survived 500 Years, Scanned, Digitized, and Now Online From National Library of Israel
- WHY LITERATURE AND POP CULTURE STILL CAN’T GET THE MIDWEST RIGHT
- The literary tomboy is dead – or is she?
- George Takei Is Writing a Graphic Novel About His Family’s Experience in a Japanese Internment Camp
- Bernie Sanders joins 30th Hay Festival line-up
- INDIA’S NATIONALIST ASSAULT ON INTELLECTUALS AND STUDENTS
- Academic Libraries: ITHAKA S+R Releases “US Library Survey 2016″ Report
- How James Baldwin's The Fire Next Time still lights the way towards equality
- I’m a writer, but my autistic child can barely speak
- Webby Awards 2017 nominees include Stranger Things, Jimmy Fallon, Game of Thrones
- Axel Alonso and David Gabriel Say Marvel “Changed Too Many Characters,” Publisher “Is Not About Politics”
- Angry Scheffler slams Brexit’s effect on arts
- Acquisitions: The Joffrey Ballet’s Archive Donated to the New York Public Library for the Performing Arts
- 50 FICTIONAL DAYS IMMORTALIZED IN LITERATURE
- 20 FANTASTIC EDIBLE BOOKS FROM THE WORLD’S BIGGEST EDIBLE BOOK FESTIVAL
- Amazon Books to descend on New York like a swarm of locusts
- How New York magazine is growing commerce revenue
- Kobo acquires e-book and print bundling service Shelfie
- HighWire and Hypothesis partner to bring annotation to publishers
- Do two unpublished books make you a failed author? No, you're a quitter
- THE LONGEST WINTER: OR WHY IT TOOK ME 15 YEARS TO FINISH MY NOVEL
- Hemingway in Love
- Scientists Create a Wheel of Old Book Smells
- Don’t say divorce, say special relationship: the thorny language of Brexit
- Ebooks usage 2016: a glance at the figures
- 29 Academic Publishers, Wikimedia Foundation, DataCite, and MANY Others Launch “Initiative for Open Citations”
- THE WEEK IN LITERARY FILM AND TV NEWS
- The Language of Poets: 10 Notable Forms
- America’s unhealthy obsession with productivity is driving its biggest new reading trend
- Japanese handbook on maternal and child health made into app for Palestinian refugees in Jordan
- How a New Law Is Making It Difficult for Russia’s Aggregators to Tell What's New(s)
- “Handle history with care – it might come back to bite you”: Stephen Coan on Tribing and Untribing the Archive
- Joan Nathan’s New Book Ties Biblical Cooking to the World of Today
- Punctuation that failed to make the mark
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