From PEN America's new award to a new Harry Potter ebook series, here are last week's biggest literary headlines.
From the sales of the newest Harry Potter story to a list of the highest paid authors of 2016, here are some of last week's most interesting literary headlines.
From the highly anticipated "Harry Potter and the Cursed Child," to the announcement of the Man Booker Prize longlist, here's some of last week's hottest literary news.
From a new film adaption of The Bell Jar to a massive reading in honor of Oscar Wilde, here are this week's biggest literary stories.
From the appointment of the first African American woman to the position of Librarian of Congress, to the Long List for the 2016 First Novel Prize, here are this week’s biggest literary news stories.
From the re-opening of the worlds oldest working library to a new Random House imprint, here are this week's biggest literary stories.
From Cormac McCarthy's death hoax to the new Neil Gaiman book, here's this week's biggest literary news:
From #Brexit to Barnes & Noble's major financial hit, here are some of last week's most important literary stories:
This past week, the United Kingdom voted to leave the European Union. The referendum (often referred to as "Brexit") took place on June 23.
From the Chicago Public Library's children's book giveaway to the passing of a central figure in Latin American writing, here's some of last week's most important literary news: Writer and activist Margaret Atwood was awarded with the 2016 PEN Pinter prize.
From LitHub's new service to updates on the upcoming BookCon, here's the latest in literary news: Literary Hub has just announced the release of a new service, Book Marks, which is described as a “Rotten Tomatoes for books.”