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Norton Makes Entire E-Book Catalogue Available to Libraries, Celeste Ng Interviewed, and More

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Online Only, posted 6.24.15

New Fifty Shades novel sells more than one million copies; how the Talmud became a best-seller in South Korea; Yale library acquires Chipotle “Cultivating Thought” cups; and other news.

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Claudia Rankine on Mourning Black Lives, Simon Armitage Elected Oxford Professor of Poetry, and More

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Online Only, posted 6.23.15

The Librarian of Congress’s influence on U.S. copyright law; why many book publishers don’t pay for fact-checking; Canadian libraries protest high e-book costs; and other news.

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Remembering James Salter, Agatha Christie as Feminist Icon, and More

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Online Only, posted 6.22.15

The language of prayer; world’s best indie bookstores; T. S. Eliot’s early years; and other news.

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Charleston Libraries Honor Shooting Victims, on Throwing a Novel Away, and More

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Online Only, posted 6.19.15

Fan fiction takes on a life of its own; Pronoun receives new funding; father-daughter writing competitiveness; and other news.

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Ted Hughes Archive Goes to Auction, Jim Morrison’s Notebook Poetry, and More

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Online Only, posted 6.18.15

Amazon and Penguin Random House reach agreement; Istanbul bookstore becomes oasis for Arabic readers; Joshua Cohen on writing a novel in the Internet age; and other news.

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Philip Larkin Honored in Poets' Corner, Student Protests Graphic Novels, and More

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Online Only, posted 6.17.15

Melville House sends Torture Report to presidential candidates; Amazon changes royalty terms for Kindle authors; exiled Uzbekistani writer’s new story; and other news.

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