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- J.D. Salinger's books to finally get digital release - CNET
Reclusive author's estate was seen as one of the major literary
CNET. Sunday, 11 Aug 2019.
- Wigtown Book Festival stirs up literary 'melting pot'
Almost 300 events are promised as part of proceedings in Scotland's national book town this year.
BBC News. Tuesday, 6 Aug 2019.
- Horrible Histories: Author Terry Deary on being 'a fish out of water'
Why Terry Deary rejects the establishment and avoids literary
BBC News. Sunday, 4 Aug 2019.
- Author Patricia Nicol suggests novels focused on the holidays
expert Patricia Nicol shared a selection of compelling novels about the summer holidays including David Nicholl's new effort Sweet Sorrow.
Daily Mail. Monday, 22 Jul 2019.
- Calling all bibliophiles - book early for Henley!
Daily Mail readers can beat the rush of purchasing tickets to this year's Henley Literary
Festival with an exclusive priority offer. The festival has170 different events for all ages.
Daily Mail. Thursday, 18 Jul 2019.
- A Literary Vandal Is Ripping Pages Out of Books and Putting Them Back on Shelves
The so-called 'book ripper' has targeted more than 100 volumes at a library and charity bookshop in the English town of Herne Bay
Smithsonian. Monday, 15 Jul 2019.
- UK's anxiety takes center stage at Hay ideas festival
HAY-ON-WYE, Wales (AP) - At Britain's leading literary
gathering, the word of the year was anxiety. Fifty shades of worry -about climate change, mental health and of course Brexit - dominated the Hay Festival this year. ...
Washington Times. Monday, 3 Jun 2019.
- Did Susan Sontag Write the Seminal Book Attributed to Her Husband?
An upcoming biography claims that before she became a towering literary
figure, Sontag was the true author of Freud: The Mind of the Moralist
Smithsonian. Wednesday, 15 May 2019.
- Inside the KGB, New York's Famous Literary Venue
It's very unlikely that anyone would willingly walk into a bar named the KGB, but writers and book lovers in New York do it all the time. ...
Voice of America. Saturday, 4 May 2019.
- Lausanne On Lake Leman Still One Of The Loveliest Cities On The Grand Tour
Lausanne is one of Switzerland's most historic and artistic cities where religious and literary
fervor made it central to the Grand Tour.
Forbes. Friday, 3 May 2019.
- Spanish cheese could have to stop using Don Quixote image
The European Courts of Justice has ruled on a Spanish cheese dispute involving labels featuring the literary
character Don Quixote de La Mancha.
Sky News. Thursday, 2 May 2019.
- Planning a Trip Abroad? Here's What You Should Read Depending on the Country You're Visiting
Are you planning a trip abroad, or just want to understand a particular country's culture and history? Let this interactive map be your literary
Mental Floss. Monday, 29 Apr 2019.
- Atlanta's The Lawrence Finds Cocktail Inspiration From Classic Literary Works
From Grandpa Joe to Samwise Gamgee, The Lawrence in Atlanta finds cocktail inspiration from literary
Forbes. Saturday, 27 Apr 2019.
- The Festival of Books has ended, but relive the fun with these highlights
The Los Angeles Times Festival of Books came to a close on Sunday, with thousands of book lovers from across the country making the trek to the USC campus to participate in the country's largest literary
Los Angeles Times. Monday, 15 Apr 2019.
- In Paris, a fall tour follows in Hemingway and Fitzgerald's footsteps
Tap into the literary
history of Paris on a tour that follows in the footsteps of Ernest Hemingway, F. Scott Fitzgerald, Oscar Wilde and other great talents. ...
Los Angeles Times. Tuesday, 9 Apr 2019.
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