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March 11, 2017
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March 12, 2017 09:26 PM PDT
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This week: a Professor has analyzed segregated libraries, the state of indie campus bookstores, how much did PRH pay the Obamas?, two awards are being investigated over their nominee lists, the UN wants a blogger freed, Wikipedia’s importance in libraries is on the rise, and Russia has banned a Norwegian journalist.. All this, plus the New York Times Bestsellers and the latest news from aois21, Literally This Week.
This episode is sponsored by HIVE: Battle at the Dog Star by James D. King. Available soon in paperback from Lulu.com. Download it today wherever eBooks are sold.
It is also brought to you by Tales From the Old New Land, the monthly podcast series from A.C. Charlap, mixing Jewish culture, storytelling, and music for a cultural experience everyone can enjoy. Find Tales From the Old New Land on Podomatic, iTunes, Stitcher Radio, GooglePlay, Tune In, and media.aois21.com.
Literally This Week is available on iTunes, Stitcher Radio, Google Play, Tune In, Podomatic, and media.aois21.com.
For news during the week, follow @aois21 on Twitter.
You can now support this podcast either by buying an ad through Advertisecast, or on the aois21 page on Patreon.
If there’s a story we missed, tweet to us with the #literallythisweek and we’ll check it out.

March 4, 2017
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March 05, 2017 09:04 PM PST
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This week: The Academy Awards were given out, Waterstones has upset some small town businesses, Belarus and Britain have a new library partnership, the Obamas have found their publisher, Amazon opens a bookstore in Massachusetts, BookGenie gives some interesting responses, and a look inside Russia’s propaganda warfare. All this, plus the New York Times Bestsellers and the latest news from aois21, Literally This Week.
This episode is sponsored by Intimate Health Consulting, Happy, Sexy, Healthy. www.intimatehealthconsulting.org.
It is also sponsored by HIVE: Battle at the Dog Star by James D. King. Available soon in paperback from Lulu.com. Download it today wherever eBooks are sold.
Literally This Week is available on iTunes, Stitcher Radio, Google Play, Tune In, Podomatic, and media.aois21.com.
For news during the week, follow @aois21 on Twitter.
You can now support this podcast either by buying an ad through Advertisecast, or on the aois21 page on Patreon.
If there’s a story we missed, tweet to us with the #literallythisweek and we’ll check it out.

February 25, 2017
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February 26, 2017 09:41 PM PST
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This week: Three Indie Publishers are going diverse in the UK, the former President is about to sign a book deal, Milo Yiannopoulos’ book deal is cancelled, Nashville’s library system is growing, Terry Pratchett is getting an exhibit of his work, Indonesia is banning a children’s sex ed book, and World Book Day is coming up next week. All this, plus the New York Times Bestsellers and the latest news from aois21, Literally This Week.
This episode is sponsored by “Dating” as told by the Modern Whore by Aylin Vega. Dating is available as an eBook everywhere eBooks are sold, including market.aois21.com.
It is also sponsored by “Tales From the Old New Land,” a performing arts podcast by A.C. Charlap. This monthly story and music are a glimpse at Jewish live in Baltimore, built in the model of Prairie Home Companion. Find it each month on Podomatic, iTunes, Stitcher Radio, Google Play, and media.aois21.com
Literally This Week is available on iTunes, Stitcher Radio, Google Play, TuneIn, Podomatic, and media.aois21.com.
For news during the week, follow @aois21 on Twitter.
You can now support this podcast either by buying an ad through Advertisecast, or on the aois21 page on Patreon.
If there’s a story we missed, tweet to us with the #literallythisweek and we’ll check it out.

February 11, 2017
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February 12, 2017 08:27 PM PST
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This week: 1984 has become a Broadway play, Publishers have set a milestone on Kickstarter, Celebrities are disrupting the children’s book industry, Shondaland has found its first comedy, a lifetime achievement award for someone who isn’t dead, Amazon seems to like print books now, and an illustrator has won a top prize. All this, plus the New York Times Bestsellers and the latest news from aois21, Literally This Week.
This episode is sponsored by “Dating” as told by the Modern Whore by Aylin Vega. Dating is available as an eBook everywhere eBooks are sold, including market.aois21.com.
It is also sponsored by “Tales From the Old New Land,” a performing arts podcast by A.C. Charlap. This monthly story and music are a glimpse at Jewish live in Baltimore, built in the model of Prairie Home Companion. Find it each month on Podomatic, iTunes, Stitcher Radio, Google Play, and media.aois21.com
Literally This Week is available on iTunes, Stitcher Radio, Google Play, Podomatic, and media.aois21.com.
For news during the week, follow @aois21 on Twitter.
You can now support this podcast either by buying an ad through Advertisecast, or on the aois21 page on Patreon.
If there’s a story we missed, tweet to us with the #literallythisweek and we’ll check it out.

February 4, 2017
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February 05, 2017 09:29 PM PST
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This week: The National Magazine Awards left a genre out, the New York Times is banking on podcasts, PEN/America is answering back to President Trump, as are a number of indie publishers, membership is booming at The Guardian, Kim Kardashian is starting a book club, and George R. R. Martin has finished writing something. All this, plus the New York Times Bestsellers and the latest news from aois21, Literally This Week.
This episode is sponsored by It’s Not Even Past: A History of the Distant Present, the newest podcast series from aois21. Hosted by Evan Tucker, it will a deep dive into the history behind the breaking stories. Find It’s Not Even Past on Podomatic, iTunes, Stitcher Radio, Google Play, and media.aois21.com.
It is also brought to you by “Dating” as told by the Modern Whore by Aylin Vega. Dating is available as an eBook everywhere eBooks are sold, including market.aois21.com.
Literally This Week is available on iTunes, Stitcher Radio, Google Play, Podomatic, and media.aois21.com.
For news during the week, follow @aois21 on Twitter.
You can now support this podcast either by buying an ad through Advertisecast, or on the aois21 page on Patreon.
If there’s a story we missed, tweet to us with the #literallythisweek and we’ll check it out.

January 28, 2017
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January 29, 2017 08:04 PM PST
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This week: There’s a new way to listen to Audiobooks, there’s a Shakespeare crowdsource project, Amazon has changed it international deals, U.S. Government agencies have been blocked from communicating, 1984 and other titles are seeing renewed interest, a German media company is betting big on print, and publishers are mad at the New York Times. All this, plus the New York Times Bestsellers and the latest news from aois21, Literally This Week.
This episode is sponsored by HIVE: First Contact by James D. King, the first book in the HIVE sci-fi series. Find it as an eBook everywhere eBooks are sold including market.aois21.com. Find it print exclusively on Lulu.com.
It is also brought to you by “Dating” as told by the Modern Whore by Aylin Vega. Dating is available as an eBook everywhere eBooks are sold, including market.aois21.com.
Literally This Week is available on iTunes, Stitcher Radio, Google Play, Podomatic, and media.aois21.com.
For news during the week, follow @aois21 on Twitter.
You can now support this podcast either by buying an ad through Advertisecast, or on the aois21 page on Patreon.
If there’s a story we missed, tweet to us with the #literallythisweek and we’ll check it out.

January 21, 2017
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January 22, 2017 10:25 AM PST
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This week: Prince Charles writes a book on climate changes, President Obama cannot live without books, the National Book Critics Circle announce finalists, is the Alt-Right taking over publishing?, PEN America announces nominees, a library book was extremely overdue in San Francisco, and eBook publishers have reached a new agreement in Canada. All this, plus the New York Times Bestsellers and the latest news from aois21, Literally This Week.
This episode is sponsored by the Indiegogo campaign for The Will of the Magi by Paul Dickinson Russell. Ending on Saturday, we are raising money to edit, design, and print Russell’s fantasy epic. Visit indiegogo.com and show your support.
It is also brought to you by Sexed Vexed Perplexed Live! On Thursday night from 10 to 11 pm ET, Aylin Vega will be taking questions and giving out advice live on WDLS Internet Radio. Tweet your questions to @themodernwhore or leave them on the Facebook events page and Aylin will answer them live. Visit WDLSRadio.net to listen live and call in!
Literally This Week is available on iTunes, Stitcher Radio, Google Play, Podomatic, and media.aois21.com.
For news during the week, follow @aois21 on Twitter.
You can now support this podcast either by buying an ad through Advertisecast, or on the aois21 page on Patreon.
If there’s a story we missed, tweet to us with the #literallythisweek and we’ll check it out.

January 7, 2017
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January 07, 2017 11:33 PM PST
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This week: a current Sherlock is related to Sherlock’s creator, Indies finished the year strong, Kobo is expanding in Europe, AllRomance.com is no more, Medium has quit the ads biz, there’s a new award for writers of color, and World Book Day has launched a new competition for kids. All this, plus the New York Times Bestsellers and the latest news from aois21, Literally This Week.
This episode is sponsored by the Indiegogo campaign for The Will of the Magi by Paul Dickinson Russell. Running now through January 21st, we are raising money to edit, design, and print Russell’s fantasy epic. Visit indiegogo.com and show your support.
It is also brought to you by Tales From the Old New Land, the newest podcast series from the aois21 podcast network. This series by A.C. Charlap includes storytelling, interviews, music and humor in a unique view of Jewish Culture in Baltimore. Find it monthly on Podomatic, iTunes, Stitcher Radio, Google Play, and media.aois21.com.
Literally This Week is available on iTunes, Stitcher Radio, Google Play, Podomatic, and media.aois21.com.
For news during the week, follow @aois21 on Twitter.
You can now support this podcast either by buying an ad through Advertisecast, or on the aois21 page on Patreon.
If there’s a story we missed, tweet to us with the #literallythisweek and we’ll check it out.

December 31, 2016
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January 01, 2017 09:59 PM PST
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This week: J.K. Rowling shares a Christmas message on Twitter, Kafka’s letters are now in the National Library of Israel, a church used the wrong words to the Hail Mary, George R.R. Martin think there’s been too much death in 2016, Remembering Carrie Fisher, the author, a publisher is under fire for a new book deal, and all of the end of the year book lists combined. All this, plus the New York Times Bestsellers and the latest news from aois21, Literally This Week.
This episode is sponsored by the Indiegogo campaign for The Will of the Magi by Paul Dickinson Russell. Running now through January 21st, we are raising money to edit, design, and print Russell’s fantasy epic. Visit indiegogo.com and show your support.
It is also brought to you by Nos Populus by Ian Roberts. The political thriller is available in print from CreateSpace and as an eBook everywhere, including the aois21 market and Amazon.
Literally This Week is available on iTunes, Stitcher Radio, Google Play, Podomatic, and media.aois21.com.
For news during the week, follow @aois21 on Twitter.
You can now support this podcast either by buying an ad through Advertisecast, or on the aois21 page on Patreon.
If there’s a story we missed, tweet to us with the #literallythisweek and we’ll check it out.

December 25, 2016
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December 25, 2016 08:53 PM PST
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This week: Vanity Fair has gotten a boost thanks to an unlikely source, Penguin Random House deals with union fallout, Indie Publishers review the year, Pantsuited Nation gets a book deal. but some of its members are unhappy, and J.K. Rowling is writing two more novels. All this, plus the New York Times Bestsellers and the latest news from aois21, Literally This Week.
This episode is sponsored by the Indiegogo campaign for The Will of the Magi by Paul Dickinson Russell. Running now through January 21st, we are raising money to edit, design, and print Russell’s fantasy epic. Visit indiegogo.com and show your support.
It is also brought to you by the #GiveABook promotion from the aois21 market. Visit the market between now and Dec. 31st and save 16% on any purchase of $5 or more. Go to market.aois21.com and #GiveABook this holiday season.
Literally This Week is available on iTunes, Stitcher Radio, Google Play, Podomatic, and media.aois21.com.
For news during the week, follow @aois21 on Twitter.
You can now support this podcast either by buying an ad through Advertisecast, or on the aois21 page on Patreon.
If there’s a story we missed, tweet to us with the #literallythisweek and we’ll check it out.

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