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  • York Literature Festival hailed as a success

    Helen Clifford, 19 Mar 2013

    The organisers of the York Literature Festival, which starts today (March 19th) and runs until Sunday, have hailed this year's event as the most successful yet,

    Page 19 Mar 2013

  • Malaysians urged to make use of library facilities

    The director general of the Malaysian National Library, Datuk Raslin Abu Bakar, is urging people across the south-east Asian country to make better use of the

    Page 18 Mar 2013

  • Doubleday to enable free downloads of 'The Da Vinci Code'

    Helen Clifford, 18 Mar 2013

    With Dan Brown's latest book 'Inferno' set to be released on May 14th, publisher Doubleday has announced that for the duration of this week (March 17th to 24th) the

    Page 18 Mar 2013

  • Rescued books brought back to Austria

    Helen Clifford, 14 Mar 2013

    A number of first edition books which were smuggled out of Austria in 1938 have been brought back to the country and placed in the national library in

    Page 14 Mar 2013

  • Folio Society to sponsor new literary award

    The Folio Society is to sponsor a brand new annual literary award which aims to recognise English language fiction from around the world. Five judges will be

    Page 14 Mar 2013

  • Random House publishes new contracts for digital imprints

    Helen Clifford, 13 Mar 2013

    Random House has made a number of modifications to its terms and conditions for digital imprints, with authors now given a choice of two payment models to choose

    Page 13 Mar 2013

  • Ottawa library to start selling e-books

    Emily Delchar, 07 Mar 2013

    With the popularity of e-readers and e-books constantly on the rise, libraries around the world are beginning to feel the pinch as more and more people turn to the

    Page 07 Mar 2013

  • Landmark deal for Indian author

    Helen Clifford, 06 Mar 2013

    Indian author Amish Tripathi has been awarded a record advance for the South Asian rights to his next three books, following the success of his previous

    Page 06 Mar 2013

  • Philip Roth voted best US author

    Helen Clifford, 11 Mar 2013

    American author Philip Roth has been voted the greatest living writer in the US in a poll by New York Magazine's online portal, Vulture. According to the Irish

    Page 11 Mar 2013

  • New mobile library brings hope to Pakistani children

    Emily Delchar, 05 Mar 2013

    A former UN aid worker has set up a mobile library service for children in Pakistan in an attempt to help raise the standards of education and help build a better

    Page 05 Mar 2013

  • Sebastian Faulks to pen new 'Jeeves and Wooster' Novel

    Emily Delchar, 08 Mar 2013

    Sebastian Faulks, who is best known for his 1993 novel 'Birdsong', has been commissioned to write a new 'Jeeves and Wooster' book by the estate of PG Wodehouse, who

    Page 08 Mar 2013

  • E.L James planning 'new love stories'

    Helen Clifford, 04 Mar 2013

    Bestselling author E.L James, whose 'Fifty Shades' trilogy sold over 40 million copies worldwide and was the most successful e-book of last year, has revealed that

    Page 04 Mar 2013

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