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Book policy calls for talks

The Education ministry is keen to alleviate the suffering of parents who were being forced to buy too many books for the benefit of publishers, cartels
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Ruth Ozeki speaks on writing at Lake Forest College

A novice Zen Buddhist priest, Ozeki leads a meditation group at Smith College and also integrates the practice into her creative writing classes there.
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PUBLISHERS WEEKLY BEST-SELLERS

Best-selling Books Week Ending 10/8/17. HARDCOVER FICTION. 1. “Orgin” by Dan Brown (Doubleday). 2. “Sleeping Beauties” by King/King
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Orlando poet Thaxton pens love poem to Florida in prize-winning book

Thaxton, 58, is a professor of English at University of Central Florida where she is also director of the school's Master of Fine Arts in Creative Writing
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The Story of Your Book

Established in 1974, Genesis Publications is an independent publishing house true to the arts of printing and craftsmanship. Inspired by the traditions
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Bernie Sanders, King of YA Lit

As YA best-sellers go, the Bernie Sanders Guide to Political Revolution is an unlikely contender. The author is a 76-year-old man. The cover
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The Business of Black Comic Books

Many dream of writing or drawing their way to comic book success by working for Marvel or DC, or the next-largest publishers, Dark Horse or Image
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Yasuko Thanh and Margriet Ruurs named Victoria Book Prize recipients

Yasuko Thanh and Margriet Ruurs named Victoria Book Prize recipients … Stepping Stones: A Refugee Family's Journey (Orca Book Publishers).
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Fall books preview: Titles suited for the season

Jackson, who teaches creative writing at OSU, delivers a charming coming-of-age novel set in the summer of 1983 in Kansas. The novel follows Thea
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Friday the 13th + October = a rare, Halloween-adjacent date for fear, foreboding and fun

… even a magical aura of possibility, says Stephen Graham Jones, creative writing professor at the University of Colorado and author of horror novels.
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Leila O'Brien: A Creative Flower in Full Bloom

As an avid reader, at the tender age of 7 her creative writing teacher at the time Ms. Carly Burrows at Genesis Academy discovered she had a way with
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Hachette pulls the plug on Weinstein Books

Tina Brown, who founded Talk Magazine with Miramax in 1998 and took over the company's publishing arm, said Tuesday that book deals seemed to
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