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PEN America doubles down on its mission to protect free speech

Nov 10 2016: In the wake of Donald J. Trump's surprising victory over Hillary Clinton in the 2016 presidential election, PEN America has released a statement doubling down on its mission to protect free speech. The statement comes as the country waits to inaugurate a leader who has ...

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    Little Free Library reaches milestone - now 50,000 book exchanges worldwide!

    Nov 08 2016: The Little Free Library movement has reached a milestone with its 50,000th book exchange (located at the Illumination Foundation homeless shelter in Santa Ana, Calif.)

    Little Free Library's stated purpose is to promote literacy and the love of reading by building ...

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      PEN America Decries Abduction of Hong Kong Booksellers

      Nov 07 2016: The American Booksellers Association, the Association of American Publishers and the American Library Association's Office for Intellectual Freedom issued a statement over the weekend praising Hong Kong bookseller Lam Wing-kee for "revealing details of his illegal ...

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        Natalie Babbitt, author of Tuck Everlasting, dies aged 84

        Nov 01 2016: Esteemed author and artist Natalie Babbitt, whose 1975 novel Tuck Everlasting remains a lauded work of the modern children’s literature canon, died of lung cancer on October 31 in her home in Hamden, Ct. She was 84.

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          Marlowe to be credited as co-author on Shakespeare's Henry IV trilogy

          Oct 25 2016: Ending years of speculation (or perhaps simply fueling more), Elizabethan playwright Christopher Marlowe is to be credited as co-author on Oxford University Press editions of three of Shakespeare's plays after researchers verified Marlowe's contribution "strongly and ...

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            Paul Beatty becomes the first US winner of the UK's prestigious Man Booker Prize

            Oct 25 2016: Paul Beatty has become the first US winner of the Man Booker Prize for The Sellout.

            Until recently the award was only open to citizens of the Commonwealth of Nations (in essence, the UK and former British colonies), but in 2014 it was opened to authors worldwide so ...

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              Four new Winnie-the-Pooh stories & one new character mark 90th anniversary

              Oct 14 2016: Four new adventures (one for each season of the year) have been published to mark the 90th anniversary of the first Winnie-the-Pooh book, along with the introduction of a new character - Penguin.

              Brian Sibley, who has written the new stories, says, "While pondering ...

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                Bob Dylan wins Nobel Prize for Literature

                Oct 13 2016: The 2016 Nobel Prize for Literature has been awarded to singer-songwriter Bob Dylan "for having created new poetic expressions within the great American song tradition."

                Five days after the award was announced, Dylan still has not commented publicly, or responded to ...

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