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Here is the top literary news of the week:
- First day sales of Cursed Child ‘incredible'
- Yves Bonnefoy obituary
- HOW ROUSSEAU PREDICTED TRUMP
- Editing the genome
- Happy Birthday! Five Fascinating Facts about Herman Melville
- Patton Oswalt Will Finish His Wife Michelle McNamara’s Book, He Reveals in Heartbreaking Post
- Netflix to produce a film of The Panama Papers
- The Fascinating, Complicated Art of Designing a Book Cover
- What Do This Season’s Political Books Tell Us About the Election?
- What We're Reading This Summer
- Why You Should Care About Readability Statistics
- Academics unite to condemn YUPL redundancies
- Chicago Public Library Hotspot Lending is Hot
- Facts and Fictions: Find out about Bridge Books – Joburg’s newest independent bookstore – and the coming reading revolution
- The Goat Bursary launches for unpublished writers
- The World's Highest-Paid Authors 2016: James Patterson, Jeff Kinney and J.K. Rowling Top Ranking
- ON THE POLITICS OF EUROPE’S NEW LITERARY SUPERSTARS
- No power or running water – but digital books galore
- 10 books to get men reading
- Moscow Bookstores Receive New Harry Potter Books After Confusion at Customs
- Don’t judge a book by its… title?
- Bridget Jones's Baby on the way into print, Helen Fielding says
- THE IMPROBABLE LIFE AND PRESCIENT POETRY OF BASIL BUNTING
- PRH leads British Book Design Award nominations
- Read Books, Live Longer?
- Kids get hair cut, heads filled thanks to Books With Barbers reading program
- Provo City Library Removes Itself as a Pokemon Go Pokestop, What Happened?
- Life lessons from George Bowering, a master of writing
- Parents Experimenting On Their Children in Fiction
- NPR News: Wisdom From Young Adult Authors: Tamora Pierce
- When You Wake Up To An Order For 1437 Copies Of Harley Quinn #1
- New Patrick Ness film in development
- Is Video for Digital Publishers Worth the Hype?
- SHAKESPEARE’S GLOBE ARCHIVE TO BE DIGITIZED
- 9 Thrillers (One True) That Times Editors Think You Should Read This Summer
- 13 Copywriting Tips to Help You Write a Better Novel
- 15 Fun Facts about The Baby-sitters Club
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