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New Findings: “AI on Trial: Legal Models Hallucinate in 1 Out of 6 Queries”

Report: “Missing Manuscript with Irish Translation of Paradise Lost is Finally Found at University of Illinois”

SCOSS: Imagining A World Without Open Infrastructures; The Washington Post Tells Staff It’s Pivoting to AI; & More Headlines

Aaliyah Bilal’s ‘Temple Folk’ Wins the Ernest J. Gaines Award | Book Pulse

Exploring the Impacts of the 1992 Los Angeles Riot on Asian American Communities

JSTOR, MIT Press Illustrate the Positive Impact of Open Access in Recent Reports

New From Association of Research Libraries (ARL): “AI and Libraries: Strengths in a Digital Tomorrow”

Video Recording: New Digital Frontiers: AI & Machine Learning in Libraries” (RLUK Digital Shift Forum Event)

Report: “National Nonprofit Partners with University to Open Libraries in New Jersey Prisons”

Ithaka S+R Announces New Research Study on E-Book Publishing

Digital Public Library of America (DPLA) Outreach & Assessment Working Group Launches Assessment Workshop Series this Summer; Reflections on the First COUNTER Conference; & More Headlines

Digital Public Library of America (DPLA) Outreach & Assessment Working Group Launches Assessment Workshop Series this Summer; Reflections on the First COUNTER Conference; & More Headlines

Jenny Erpenbeck’s ‘Kairos’ Wins International Booker Prize | Book Pulse

Opinionated Guides | Performing Arts

Punk Rock Tales | Performing Arts

Mystery | Prepub Alert, December 2024 Titles

Read-Alikes for ‘One Perfect Couple’ by Ruth Ware | LibraryReads

MLA Handbook Plus | eReview

Librari | eReview

Display Shelf | Halfway to Halloween

Thrillers | Prepub Alert, December 2024 Titles

Dr. Kenvi Phillips Appointed Director of the Barack Obama Presidential Library

IMLS Announces 2024 Recipients of Nation’s Highest Museum and Library Honor (National Medal for Museum and Library Service)

Report From Idaho: “Donnelly Public Library Announces It Will Become Adults-Only Library, Cites Idaho Legislature’s Library Bill”

AI Roundup: Introducing the Clarivate Academic AI Platform; Protecting Scientific Integrity in an Age of Generative AI; New Report Provides Framework for Transparency in AI Systems; & More News Headlines

AI Roundup: Introducing the Clarivate Academic AI Platform; Protecting Scientific Integrity in an Age of Generative AI; New Report Provides Framework for Transparency in AI Systems; & More News Headlines

Art, Health, Community: Libraries Support Bicycling During Bike Month and Beyond

Top Editors Out at PRH Amid Restructuring | Book Pulse

Louisiana: “St. Tammany Library Board Members Sue Over Removal”

Video Recordings From DPLA: “Practical Approaches to Reparative Description: A Workshop Series with Wide Appeal”

Journal Article (Preprint): “An Analysis of Hybrid/Remote Work Eligibility in Academic Librarian Job Advertisements”

Knowledge Unlatched Announces 2024 Pledging for Libraries; The Examples, Libraries Using Wikidata; & More News Headlines

Ruth Ware’s ‘One Perfect Couple’ Tops Holds Lists | Book Pulse

How Los Angeles Public Library Acquired Angel City Press

AI Roundup: “Safety of Advanced AI Under the Spotlight in First Ever Independent, International Scientific ReportAI Roundup” & More Headlines

New Preprint: “The Best Home For This Paper: A Qualitative Study of How Authors Select Where to Submit”

Not Real News: An Associated Press Roundup of Untrue Stories Shared Widely on Social Media This Week

New Report From Pew Research: “When Online Content Disappears (Link Rot and Digital Decay on Government, News and Other Webpages)

Seattle Public Library: “Watch: Why Libraries are on the Front Lines in Supporting Mental Health”

New Resource: National Archives and Records Administration (NARA) Highlights Digitized Records by Location

Report: “Alabama Libraries Must Quickly Restrict ‘Inappropriate’ Kids’ Books Or Risk $7 Million In Funding”


More Than a Match for the Earl

Murdoch (Least Likely To Win a Duke) presents the second installment of “The Wallflower Academy” Regency romances, a slow-burn love story as alluring as it is endearing.

Namesake: Reflections on a Warrior Woman

A thoughtful, insightful, recommended collection of essays on Palestinian experiences that connects history with contemporary societies.

A Taste for More

Dixon (Intermission; Down Home Blues) has created a solid story exploring family relationships, filled with flawed, yet relatable characters and peppered with historical references, as in the novels of Mary Monroe.

Sabotage Operation

Piñeiro Biscayne Bay Breach) continues to write southern Florida–set romantic suspense well in this new series launch.


While the novel’s plot points are at times predictable and lack the high drama required for a celebrity storyline, fans of Taylor Jenkins Reid and Brandy Colbert will enjoy.

No Turning Back

Fans of Ronie Kendig, Charles Frazier, and Diana Palmer will be drawn to McKenna’s (Silver Creek Bodyguard) latest book.

How To Tame a King

A not-to-be-missed novel from Hyland (How To Win a Prince) for readers of royal romances.

Wed in Haste to the Duke

Mallory (The Major and the Scandalous Widow) continues the “Season of Celebration” Regency romance series with this second installment. The friends-to-lovers tale is detailed, dramatic, and sure to delight.

To Err Is Cumin

While money in a chair and a missing unknown woman are flimsy plot points, fans of the “Spice Shop” cozy mystery series will enjoy the return of favorite characters, and the spices, food, and flowers that are a treat for the senses.

Inspired To Climb Higher: The Challenges, Questions, Struggles, and Joy of Earning Your Doctoral Degree

Recommended for readers who are trying to determine if they should pursue a PhD or EdD. This book stresses that while every person’s journey is different, the key to being successful in earning a terminal degree is support from others and asking for help if needed.

A Courtship To Fool Manhattan

Robinson (Falling for His Pretend Countess) presents a Gilded Age romance with an engaging fake-dating plot and air of suspense. This steamy, but sweet, love story is sure to satisfy.

Cinderella and the Tycoon Next Door

A good read for fans of the friends-to-lovers trope.

Their Accidental Marriage Deal

A perfect read from Singh (The Prince’s Safari Temptation) for contemporary romance fans.

Dangerous Recall

Snell (Retracing the Investigation) delivers an exciting, adventurous, and suspenseful novel that will leave readers guessing who the killer really is.

Claiming His Billion-Dollar Bride

Douglas’s (Waking Up Married to the Billionaire) latest is highly recommended for contemporary romance readers and fans of the marriage-of-convenience trope.

Semiotics for Screenwriters: Break Down Your Favorite Movies Then Write Your Own

A great addition to course materials for screenwriting classes and for academic libraries. Approaching storytelling from a theory-heavy perspective like this makes this work unique among screenwriting how-to books.

The Moon That Turns You Back: Poems

Alyan’s audiobook is a solid companion to the print book, but the beauty and impact of her poetry are diminished in the presentation. Better as a listen-along than as a stand-alone.

A Mask of Flies

Epic in scope and deeply steeped in its place, Lyons’s crime caper/horror hybrid will appeal to fans of titles like This Wretched Valley by Jenny Kiefer, The Devil Takes You Home by Gabino Iglesias, and The Children of Red Peak by Craig DiLouie.

Under Siege

Throughout this suspense-filled novel, Lindsey (Innocent Witness) slowly unfolds the love story of Lincoln and Tara. Readers will fall in love with the entire Beaumont family.

Resolute Bodyguard

Marshman (Resolute Investigation) continues the stories of the Reed family and gently unfolds the sweet love between Sara and Nate. While fourth in the series, enough backstory is shared to make this work as a stand-alone read.

The Hidden Life of Cecily Larson

Tumultuous, beautifully described historical fiction for fans of Sara Gruen’s Water for Elephants, Christina Baker Kline’s Orphan Train, and Gary Jennings’s “Spangle” series.

Queering Rehoboth Beach: Beyond the Boardwalk

This highly recommended title about Rehoboth Beach, DE, is a tour de force of micro history at its best. Both scholars and general readers will appreciate it.

AI Roundup: From Matching to Generation: A Survey on Generative Information Retrieval; AI Chatbots Spew Out Nonsense Too Often. But There’s A Solution: Retrieval-Augmented Generation; & More

Caleb Azumah Nelson’s ‘Small Worlds’ Wins Dylan Thomas Prize | Book Pulse

The Believer: A Year in the Fly Fishing Life

Sure to become a fishing classic, this delightful book might inspire listeners to head out on their own fishing adventures. Share with those who enjoyed Dylan Tomine’s Headwaters or Malachy Tallack’s Illuminated by Water.

The Divine Christology of the Apostle Paul: Retrospect and Prospect

Informative, challenging and ultimately quite engrossing, this highly recommended title carefully unpacks selected New Testament passages. It reveals new facets and offers insights into profound and depthless truths about Paul and his understanding of who and what Jesus was.

Cold Case Investigation

Helm (Cold Case Identity) delivers another excellently written novel full of likable characters, with just enough romance and plenty of suspense that will keep readers turning the pages.

Publishing: A New AAP StatShot Reports “Overall Industry Was Flat” During First Quarter of 2024

MIT Press Releases Direct to Open (D2O) Impact Report; Minnesota Legislature Bans Book Bans; & More News Headlines

Winners of the CrimeFest Awards and James Tait Black Prizes | Book Pulse

Winners of the CrimeFest Awards and James Tait Black Prizes | Book Pulse

New on Europeana: European Commission Showcases a Pan-European Collection of Emblematic 3D-Digitised Cultural Heritage Assets

Syracuse University Libraries Launch New and Expanded Plastics Digital Collection

Journal Article: “Information Hegemony, Transcending Positivism, and Applying Critical Legal Information Literacy Concepts in the Legal Research Classroom and Beyond”

NY Times Op/Ed: Will A.I. Ever Live Up to Its Hype?; Crossref Releases 2024 Public Data File Featuring New Experimental Formats; and More Headlines

Using Streamed Content in the Shakespeare Classroom: Spotlight on Soliloquies


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