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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.

December 18, 2016
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December 18, 2016 10:41 PM PST
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This week: U.S. libraries are dealing with hate speech, Bob Dylan is sorry he didn’t go to Sweden, the Golden Globe nominations are out, UK Libraries are cutting back, the winner of France’s highest literary honor has some harsh things to say about France’s leadership, the most expensive science book sets a new record at auction, and American Publishers have sent a letter to President-Elect Trump. 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 “Dating” as told by the Modern Whore, a memoir of sexuality and relationships by Aylin Vega. Sometimes funny, always risqué, pick up this guide to dating in the 21st century from the aois21 market, and everywhere eBooks are sold.
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 4, 2016
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December 04, 2016 09:56 PM PST
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This week: Anne Rice is bringing her vampire novels to TV, the Oxford Lit Fest has bowed to pressure, a DC Indie Bookstore is expanding, the Bad Sex in Fiction award was handed out, Bob Dylan is skipping Sweden, Small Business Saturday was good for Indie bookstores, and the Columbus Public Library is marking a change. 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 be aois21’s newest podcast series, Tales From the Old New Land, an exploration of Jewish culture in the U.S. in the mold of Prairie Home Companion. Available on the second Saturday of 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.

November 27, 2016
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November 27, 2016 10:34 PM PST
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This week: Critics have attacked Megyn Kelly’s new book on Amazon, Zadie Smith is bringing her new book to television, a Library is dealing with defaced books, the Sports Book of the year was announced, Fantastic Beasts is striking out at the bookstore, Russia has banned something different, and UK retailers are warming up for the holiday season. All this, plus the New York Times Bestsellers and the latest news from aois21, Literally This Week.
This episode is sponsored by Cyber Monday, shop the aois21 market through Monday and save with a special offer code. Also brought to you 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.
This podcast 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.

November 20, 2016
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November 20, 2016 11:44 PM PST
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This week: a New York bookstore is allowed to keep its Anti-Trump display, a major publisher is offering student loan repayment to employees, a UK newspaper is expanding its US staff, The National Book Awards were handed out, Russia has blocked LinkedIn, the finalists for the Bad Sex in Fiction awards were announced, and Universities are getting less money for R&D than years past. All this, plus the New York Times Bestsellers and the latest news from aois21, Literally This Week.
This episode is sponsored by Small Business Saturday, shop the aois21 market from Saturday through Monday and save with a special offer code. Also brought to you by the new podcast series Tales From The Old New Land by A.C. Charlap. Released on the second Saturday of each month, you can find it on iTunes, Stitcher Radio, Google Play and media.aois21.com.
This podcast 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 Fiverr, 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.

November 13, 2016
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November 13, 2016 10:17 PM PST
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This week: the Dallas Public Library is raising money to preserve items left to memorialize Dallas police officers, several publishers were using Live video on Facebook for Election coverage, the Trade responds to Donald Trump’s election, a litany of authors respond to the election results, the EU courts have ruled on lending of eBooks, censorship is threatening Russian theatre, and Amazon is raising fees for its sellers. All this, plus the New York Times Bestsellers and the latest news from aois21, Literally This Week.
This episode is sponsored by the podcast series Tales From The Old New Land by A.C. Charlap. Released on the second Saturday of each month, you can find it on iTunes, Stitcher Radio, Google Play and media.aois21.com. Also we like to thank Intimate Health Consulting for their support. Happy, Sexy, Healthy, intimatehealthconsulting.com
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 Fiverr, 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.

November 6, 2016
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November 06, 2016 09:37 PM PST
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This week: Amazon is expanding in India, Goodreads opened voting for the 2016 Choice Awards, Scribd has added some premium magazines, eBooks sales are down again, Rolling Stone Magazine has been found liable, fall regional book shows are coming up, and an Arab country is now requiring reading time. All this, plus the New York Times Bestsellers and the latest news from aois21, Literally This Week.
This episode is sponsored by the 2016 aois21 annual, now available to download from the aois21 market, iBooks, Google Play, and Amazon as well as Will This Be on The Final?, the new poetry collection by Bianca Palmisano, now available as an eBook everywhere eBooks are sold.
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 Fiverr, 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.

October 30, 2016
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October 30, 2016 10:06 PM PDT
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This week: Bob Dylan isn’t returning the Swedish Academy’s calls, Did Shakespeare have a cowriter?, an American has won the Man Booker Prize, Ether Books is for sale, Toni Morrison has received a lifetime achievement award, Author Toby Young has taken a job in the British Government, and Bob Dylan finally called Sweden. All this, plus the New York Times Bestsellers and the latest news from aois21, Literally This Week.
This episode is sponsored by the 2016 aois21 annual, now available to download from the aois21 market, iBooks, Google Play, and Amazon as well as Will This Be on The Final?, the new poetry collection by Bianca Palmisano, now available as an eBook everywhere eBooks are sold.
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 Fiverr, 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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