Here is the top literary news of the week:
- NLB pulls another 130 titles by publisher of controversial series on religion and history
- A class above: introducing the Rising Stars of 2017
- The Powerful Reticence of Elizabeth Bishop
- LITERARY TOURISM: LINCOLN, NEBRASKA
- How to Travel in Time
- Reviving a Lost Language of Canada Through Film
- The 'Hamilton' Revolution Continues at the Audies
- Here Are Your 2017 Tony Award Winners
- Canada: More Jobs Cut at the Bibliothèque et archives nationales du Québec
- Anthony Burgess: beyond A Clockwork Orange
- The Misplaced Outrage Over a Trumpian Julius Caesar
- Micropublisher Goosebottom Books Shifts To A Non-Profit Model
- Empathy Day: authors pick their favourite empathy-boosting books
- Illinois Congressman Mike Quigley Introduces ‘COVFEFE Act’ to Make Social Media a Presidential Record
- Lincoln Papers suspending National Archives search
- What you need to know about Apple’s new podcast analytics
- FIVE BOOKS I “BORROWED” AND WILL NEVER EVER GIVE BACK
- Tracy K. Smith Is the New Poet Laureate
- Welsh Books Council recommended to take on Literature Wales' Book of the Year
- Crowdfunding Project Aims to Put 200 Holocaust Diaries Online
- A garbage man saved 25,000 books and turned them into a library. The pictures are amazing.
- Now Available: “Academic Book of the Future Project Report” (Final Project Outputs)
- Charlie Brooker's Black Mirror to spin off into books – but who should write them?
- An investment banker explains why aspiring Wall Streeters should read every section of the newspaper
- Author David Grossman and Translator Jessica Cohen Win the 2017 Man Booker International Prize
- Kenyan Government orders reduction of number of course books
- German and French book trades issue impassioned plea for government support
- Israeli Minister of Culture stomps out of awards ceremony
- New Journal Article: “Conversation as a Model to Build the Relationship Among Libraries, Digital Humanities, and Campus Leadership”
- BALANCING BOLLYWOOD INSPIRATION WITH AMERICAN EXPECTATIONS
- Spit Spat
- We Got Our Hands On A Draft Of Milo Yiannopoulos's Book. It's Awful.
- SoA and PA join English PEN in fight to free imprisoned writers worldwide
- Publishers prepare to #LoveAudio
- Report: Montana State Library Braces For “Dramatic” Budget Cuts and Staff Reductions
- FALSE STARTS, OR THIS NOVEL-WRITING SHIT ISN’T EASY
- Portobello launches literary non-fiction prize
- A 257-Year-Old Coloring Book Was Discovered in St. Louis
- Extremely Rare Pottery From First Temple-era Bears Even Rarer Inscription, Israeli Archaeologists Discover
- Times Media’s book handover in conjunction with The BFG: The Big Friendly Giant to the Nelson Mandela Children’s Hospital
- Montreal exhibit celebrating life and work of Leonard Cohen to open in November
- COOL SUBSCRIPTION SERVICES FROM INDIE BOOKSTORES
- Scriptwriting in Internet era brings new challenges
- Will social media kill the novel? Andrew O'Hagan on the end of private life
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