'People of Color in Publishing': Striving for More Industry Diversity

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'People of Color in Publishing': Striving for More Industry Diversity

The pervasive lack of diversity within the book publishing industry, both in terms of the composition of the workforce and the types of books being produced, has been the subject of numerous surveys and discussions, and the inspiration for the We Need Diverse Books and #ownvoices movements.
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Glassnote Records Upstart Snny Talks Favorite NYC Haunts, eBay Finds & His Bob Dylan-Inspired …

Meet Snny. The Ivory Coast-born, Boston-bred, NYC-based artist first made his introduction this fall with his shimmering debut EP Learning to Swim, via Glassnote Records. The newcomer, who was raised on rock and roll, first got his start as a songwriter through creative writing and poetry and was
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Triton Digital Partners with 365 Digital to Amplify Programmatic Audio Advertising in South Africa

LONDON–(BUSINESS WIRE)–Triton Digital®, the leading technology provider to the global audio industry, announced today a partnership with South Africa's leading digital publisher solutions company, 365 Digital, whereby 365 Digital will leverage the industry's leading programmatic audio
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A Leave-Taking From Orthodoxy, Gently So

They stayed in Manhattan, where she studied creative writing at Columbia. She loved New York and describes walks after Shabbat with “the lights coming from the apartment building, as beautiful to me as any constellation of stars.” When they moved to Boston, where Aaron's family lived, they became
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What it's like to lose yourself in a relationship

Melissa Febos is an author as well as an assistant professor of creative writing at Monmouth University and a faculty member of the Institute of American Indian Arts. She's also a former heroin addict and dominatrix, who worked for four years in a midtown New York dungeon. Her latest book, “Abandon
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Pennington named Post Register publisher

Pennington succeeds Roger Plothow, who had been editor and publisher of the Post Register since 2002. The changes were announced Tuesday afternoon in a Post Register staff meeting as well as in a PNG Media LLC news release. PNG Media is a division of Adams Publishing Group, which owns
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Book to Film Deals, December 11, 2017

OBB Pictures has optioned Michael Konick's The Smart Money (Simon & Schuster, 2006), a nonfiction work about the author's experiences working for a bookmaker, for series development. The book's subtitle is How the World's Best Sports Bettors Beat the Bookies Out of Millions. (Deadline Hollywood).
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Art show about east end on exhibit

Eastside As Found & Encounter, a collaborative art show by architectural designer Jae Boggess, University of Houston (UH) graphic design and creative writing students and Buffalo Bayou Partnership (BBP), is now on display through the end of January at the historic Sunset Coffee Building at Allen's
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School Cutlines

The competition took place at Parrott Academy where writing prompts were sent via email, and finished essays were uploaded within a 90-minute period. The writing prompts were argumentative, literary analysis, problem-solution, and creative writing. Each essay was scored by two different judges, and
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D-FW a top US market for home sellers

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It's no secret that Dallas-Fort Worth's home market is one of the best in the country. A new study makes it official – saying that D-FW area sellers are getting some of the best prices for their property. D-FW ranked fifth among the top 10 best metro areas for home sellers in 2017, according to the new report
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Owners.com Reveals Top 10 Markets Where Sellers Can Get the Most from Their Home Sale in 2017

ATLANTA, GA–(Marketwired – December 12, 2017) – Owners.com, an innovative technology enabled real estate brokerage, today released its inaugural 2017 Market Recap data study revealing the top 10 best metropolitan statistical areas (MSAs) for home sellers, where homes on average sold for very
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Division and Activism: Interview with Van Jones

Anthony Kapel “Van” Jones is a CNN political contributor and the host of The Messy Truth, which aims to spark conversation between people with different political views. He is the author of two New York Times best-sellers, The Green Collar Economy (2008) and Rebuild the Dream (2012). His newest
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Homemade crafty Christmas creations may be ugly but provide something beautiful for those in need

Dress up for a good cause this Christmas by purchasing a tacky sweater to help 14 boys in the care of the state. … As for JK Tacky Christmas Sweaters best sellers, there is the Abominable Snowman complete with blinking snowflakes, Rudolph the Reindeer tossing up his cookies, and the Christmas
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New study ranks Portland as fourth-best US market for selling a home

PORTLAND, Ore. – A new study finds Portland is the fourth-hottest market in the U.S. to sell a home. In fact, all the top-five cities are located on the west coast. Owners.com says strong economic growth in the west is putting sellers in the driver's seat. Seattle came in at number three. There is also some
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Real estate market exclusive: Here are top cities to buy and sell homes

Here are Owners.com's top 10 sellers' markets and top 10 buyers' markets in the 12 months through Oct. 31. It's based mostly on the average difference between homes' sale and listing prices, the average number of days listings linger on the market and the average number of houses in inventory.
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10 Best Selling Consumer Products in China

This information provided us with an insight into Chinese economy and the best selling products in China in 2017. It appears that the most … Now that we have established which kinds of products are absolute best sellers in China, the last thing to do was to find some good examples of them. As we have
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Feature: Belt and Road Initiative spurs Chinese publisher to participate in Sofia int'l book fair

SOFIA, Dec. 12 (Xinhua) — The Belt and Road Initiative inspired Foreign Language Teaching and Research Press (FLTRP), a leading Chinese publishing house, to participate in Sofia International Book Fair. Zou Xiaobai, FLTRP's deputy director Multi-language Publishing and deputy general manager
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Escaping the “Post-Truth” Era With Blockchain Technology

As the digital landscape stands now, publishers are rewarded for churning out shocking stories with exaggerated headlines that can sometimes stand … of people by endowing users with the ability to choose which ads to permit and to make direct donations to publishers as compensation for producing
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Editor – Lonely Planet Kids

The Editor will assist the Publisher – Lonely Planet Kids with the development and delivery of Lonely Planet's children's list for publication globally and into coedition markets. The list currently consists of approximately 30 books annually, and is fast growing. The role is responsible for budgeting and
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'Booze Traveler' host Jack Maxwell, 54, says he has cancer

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'Booze Traveler' host Jack Maxwell, 54, says he has cancer

The personality behind the popular “Booze Traveler” series tweeted Tuesday: “I have cancer. 3 little words, one big sentence.” The 54-year-old Boston native says he's being treated in Arizona for non-Hodgkins lymphoma. He adds: “I'm good though. Keep you posted.” “Booze Traveler” premiered in
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OSN unveils curated content publishing platform for MENA

Middle East pay-TV operator OSN is to provide and curate an online platform where regional content creators can showcase their original material from early 2018. OSN Asli Image LR The free curated content publishing platform, called ASLI (meaning 'original' or 'real') was unveiled during the Dubai
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From One Dehumanized God to Pantheism

The second century writer Arrian of Nicomedia (in Syria) captured the Greek sentiment about the gods when he said nothing turns out well for humans without the gods. … Aslan, professor of creative writing at the University of California-Riverside, is much more than a teacher of writing. He is a religious
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UK Board Approves Land Swap Deal with the City

The University of Kentucky Board of Trustees has approved a proposal for a historic land swap with the city of Lexington. Under the terms of the deal, UK would convey 50 “shovel-ready” acres of land within the Coldstream Research Campus, located near the intersection of I-75 and I-64, to the Lexington
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Guardian Capital LP Has Increased By $807840 Its Priceline Grp (PCLN) Stake; Best Buy (BBY …

Best Buy Incorporated (NYSE:BBY) had a decrease of 4.12% in short interest. BBY's SI was 31.91 million shares in December as released by FINRA. Its down 4.12% from 33.28M shares previously. With 2.99M avg volume, 11 days are for Best Buy Incorporated (NYSE:BBY)'s short sellers to cover BBY's
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The Brands Selling Makeup for Grown-ups

It's sold at department stores here and abroad, and at Sephora and Bluemercury. Prices range from $34 for a brow pencil to $62 for palettes. Here are three of its best-sellers: Veil Mineral Primer ($54): This is something of a holy-grail product at this point and arguably what put the brand on the map.
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Global Kids Connect 2017: 'Breaking Through the Clutter' with Attention-Grabbing Content

Publishing experts spoke about standing out in a crowded marketplace at the third annual Global Kids Connect conference, held in New York City on December 4. The panelists were Jennifer Emmett, senior v-p for content at National Geographic Kids and Family; Meera Dolasia, CEO, editor and
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Belarus to take part in Bishkek book fair

A delegation of Belarusian publishers will present the books published in 2016-2017 by the publishing houses Belarus, Petrus Brovka's Belarusian Encyclopedia, Mastatskaya Literatura and others. The Belarusian publishers are set to take part in the events, hold talks. The national stand will feature the
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Amazon has more private labels than previously thought

Amazon Essentials accounts for 3% of best sellers in all clothing categories on its site, beating out Adidas, Nike, and Calvin Klein, according to L2. That sounds a lot like its consumer goods prowess: Amazon Elements accounts for 5% of diaper category Best Sellers, beating out Unilever's Seventh
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Brookdale Hosts First Annual 'Write Night'

… Howard Miller, who coached each of the students on their presentations prior to the program. Brookdale photography student Tom Smith also worked with art department staff to create free portraits for each student to take home. Learn more about Brookdale's English and creative writing courses here.
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Global Kids Connect 2017: Publishers Tackle Hot Topics

A discussion among four top children's book publishers and agents closed out the third annual Global Kids Connect Conference, held on December 4 in New York City and produced by Publishers Weekly and the Bologna Children's Book Fair. Moderated by Kate Wilson, president of Nosy Crow, the
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Lefty's the Left-Hand Store Announces the Top 10 Left-Handed Gifts for the 2017 Holiday Season

Lefty's also redesigned and added to their best-selling left-handed spiral notebook collection, by far the largest and most varied in the world. An exciting new design, the colorful 3-subject spiral notebook, is printed with the most popular lefty sayings. Also in the Top 10 are Lefty's most popular sets for kids
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Residents near Speedway says concert prohibited by agreement

CONCORD, N.H. (AP) – Several people who live near the New Hampshire Motor Speedway have gone to court to block a proposed three-day country music festival planned for next year. The neighbors cite a 1989 agreement that prohibits the Loudon track from hosting concerts that aren't tied to racing
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These powerful women tree-toppers are the best way to celebrate the holidays

Does visiting your family mean having to defend your choice to get an undergraduate degree in creative writing? Or maybe you're bringing home your first baby and are mentally preparing yourself for the judgment of going with formula over breast milk. Possibly an even greater sin than all three of these
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Historian Mary Beard connects Greek myths and Twitter trolls

Her books are best-sellers, and hosts popular TV series on ancient Rome and Pompeii. As a well-known woman, she knows about online abuse first-hand. She has more than 166,000 followers on Twitter, where her willingness to tackle online trolls has made her a heroine for many younger women.
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Here are the top housing markets for buyers and sellers

In the top buyers' markets, homes sold for an average of $297,794, $16,375 below their asking price. Homes in those markets took an average of two weeks longer to sell than the national average. For buyers, “market conditions are challenging,” Owners.com noted, but also said that one thing that could
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Village Bakery offers unique and traditional holiday favorites

The store's token thumbprint cookies, decked out in green and red for this season, are the best sellers throughout the year, along with petit fours and cream horns. During the holidays, they remain a favorite but are adorned with holiday flair. “My personal favorite would be our apple stack cake,” says
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FR8 Revolution raises $3.6M, enters partnership with Sandhills Publishing

It provides a platform to connect shippers and carriers to make the process more efficient and cost effective. On Tuesday, the company made two big announcements: first, that it entered into a new partnership with information processing company Sandhills Publishing, which also led a new $3.6 million
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Worldwide Frozen Pizza Market to bring in US$ 25971.0 million revenue by 2026 – TMR

Although, traditional toppings are best sellers, oriental and Mexican toppings are also becoming common in frozen pizza market. Frozen pizza makers are also looking forward to high-tech blend of ingredients in order to make more extensible and softer dough without becoming excessively weak or
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How to Make Your Millions on Amazon

Fifty percent of the sales on Amazon are the products of third-party sellers. They're not the best odds, but they're not the worst. Amazon lends legitimacy to your products and helps them reach a wider audience. That audience is huge: 150 million Americans every month. Here's our guide on how to make
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Simeon Booker, Civil Rights Journalist Responsible For Emmett Till Story, Dies At 99

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I wanted to dedicate my writing skills to the cause. Segregation was beating down my people. I volunteered for every assignment and suggested more. I stayed on the road, covering civil rights day and night. The names, the places and the events became history.” He leaves to mourn his wife of 44 years
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Haqqani Awarded at Dinosaur Illustration Contest in Spain

For over 10 years, Haqqani has been working as an illustrator and cooperating with museums and reference book publishers and journals around the globe, including the Western Australian Museum, Capstone Publishing, Black Rabbit Books, National Geographic magazine, Studio Fenix and Talaee
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Guess, who all came to dinner?

… everyone present at the dinner for that fantastic book he authored, The People of Next Door: The Curious History of India-Pakistan Relations, which traverses with sensitivity the ridge that separates creative writing from political analysis, and makes a profound contribution to peace in the subcontinent.
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Consumers Place Trust In Publishers' Sites

While most people get the majority of their news and information from social platforms, the sites and apps owned by publishers are more trusted, according to a recent study, commissioned by Digital Content Next, a trade association representing premium digital publishers, and conducted by Magid
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The State and Future of Social Video: Publishers look to Live Video in 2018

The survey, which consisted of 348 responses, with the majority (64.1%) coming from individuals working at a publisher or media company, also suggested that companies are looking to experiment in new formats, with a large focus on live streaming. Seventy-five percent of all participants and 82.9% of
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SNHU Students Flex 'SuperPowers' During National Novel Writing Month

Similarly, Amy Stevens, vice president of Academic Resources and Communication at SNHU, said NaNoWriMo presented her with a much-needed confidence builder as she embarked on the school's new online MFA in Creative Writing program. NationalNovelWritingMonthAmyStevensBody
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A Connecticut Christmas

Lehman, the writer of the text, is the director of creative writing at the University of Bridgeport and is the author of several books and articles, many about Connecticut. “It was such a gift to have him as a writer,” said Davis. She said he came on board after the book was photographed and highlighted facts
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Philly writers on 'Cat Person,' the short story that's got everyone in a tizzy

While Karen Rile, a writer and Penn creative writing professor, chalked it up to people not being familiar with literary fiction. “I've seen this happen repeatedly when something crosses over,” Rile said. There was that time in 1994 when the now-defunct Inquirer magazine's fiction issue published a short
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The True Spirit of 'The Simpsons' Lives On in These Bootleg Zines

I regularly collect content, index it, and find interesting ways to design and then publish a book from the content. I also heard Matt Groening was a fake Simpsons goodie collector, so this motivated me to do the book as a bootleg, I guess—and one reader got my book signed by him at the LA Book Fair.
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Rajbangshis decry book slur on icon

Cooch Behar: An association of the Rajbangshis based in Cooch Behar sent a letter to chief minister Mamata Banerjee on Monday requesting steps against a private publishing house they allege has printed some “derogatory” phrases about the community in a history book. “A private publishing house
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History Of Our Town (Dec. 12, 1969 Edition)

(The following entry in “The History Of Our Town” by Lucille Basler was published in the December 12, 1969, edition of the Ste. Genevieve Fair Play. The Herald in 2015 began publishing in order the series of articles written by Basler, which began publication in December 1966. This month we backtrack
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Kanye West's Writing Camps Helped Vampire Weekend's Ezra Koenig Creative Process

By now, the majority of the people are aware of Kanye West's working process. While he began as a producer, he's since created mega writing camps where he gets some of the best songwriters in the world together to help concoct the project's he's working on. They say that two minds work better than
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What is a Thread? New Twitter feature lets you compose your entire rant before publishing

… and so on, to create a chain. Clicking on one of these individual tweets allows other users to see the entire threaded message in sequence. The new, official Thread feature will allow users to compose the whole message in one go, and then press “tweet all” to publish the tweets in a staggered fashion.
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Senatobia, MS Author Publishes Memoir

COM) Blessed Serenity, a new book by Cloteal Adams Fitzpatrick, has been released by Dorrance Publishing Co., Inc. … The book covers family history, such as her grandfather George running away to become a professional pitcher with the Negro Baseball League; the attempted lynching of her
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Griffiths wins 2016 ACT Book of the Year

Griffiths was chosen from a shortlist of five, and his book was praised by the judges as 'a celebration of history and historians [that] moves easily from the broad perspective—what history is and what it does—to a detailed account of the work of fourteen authors'. He will receive a $10,000 cash prize.
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Remembering Simeon Booker, “The Dean of Black Journalists”

Booker, who joined Johnson Publishing Company, the publisher of Jet and Ebony, was noted most for his historic reporting on the 1955 lynching murder in Mississippi of 14-year-old Emmett Till, an Illinois teenager who was visiting relatives in Mississippi. Till had been beaten then hanged by a group of
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Product Manager – (REQ22281)

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Springer Nature is one of the world's leading global research, educational and professional publishers. It is home to an array of respected and trusted brands and imprints, with more than 170 years of combined history behind them, providing quality content through a range of innovative products and
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NENI's Rutberg takes publisher's reins as English pursues career change

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Rutberg is also taking the helm as publisher of the company that publishes The Berkshire Eagle, Bennington (Vt.) Banner, Brattleboro (Vt.) Reformer and Manchester (Vt.) Journal. Alan English is leaving the publisher's post to become vice president of communications for the Military Officers Association
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Worldwide publishing body calls for Irish defamation reform

The World Association of Newspapers and News Publishers (WAN-IFRA) has called for reform of Ireland's defamation laws to strengthen freedom of expression, The Irish Times reports. At a board meeting in New York, the Association expressed “dismay” that defamation awards in Ireland are often up to
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UK newspapers start publishing first joint human and robot articles

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UK newspapers start publishing first joint human and robot articles

Newspapers across the UK have started publishing the first articles jointly written by robots and humans. The Reporters and Data Robots (RADAR) initiative by the Press Association and Urbs Media, which is funded by Google's Digital News Initiative, has created software that inserts localised statistics
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Pivot to… SEO?

If anybody said to you 18 months ago that Facebook would take a backseat to search you might have laughed. Guess what, that's now become the reality according to Parse.ly data. Parse.ly finds that Google sent more traffic to publisher pages than its duopoly foil Facebook in 2017. In fact, Facebook
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IAB's ads.txt now used by 53390 publishers

The number of publishers that have adopted the Interactive Advertising Bureau's anti-fraud tool, ads.txt, has risen from 3,523 in September to 53,390, Pixalate reports. Smart has announced that it is now the first programmatic ad platform to be totally compliant with ads.txt, banning any inventory that
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Genius Brands appoints master publishing partner for Rainbow Rangers

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Genius Brands appoints master publishing partner for Rainbow Rangers

Imprint at Macmillan Children's Publishing Group has been named master publishing partner for the animated series. Genius Brands International continues to build on the global licensing, merchandising and retail program for its highly-anticipated preschool series, Rainbow Rangers, with the
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Georgia Educator Goes from Homeless to Home Publishing with Her New Novel, “The Shade of …

In 2012, she founded Heal The Heart Publishing Company, LLC. The Shade of Devotion, Jacobs' second novel is a fictional romance. Readers will fall in love with the character Yasmin as she struggles to gain custody of her little brother after her mother's suicide. Desperately, trying to keep her family
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Glory Edim Talks About The Power Of Being A Well-Read Black Girl

My degree is in journalism, but originally, I did want to pursue creative writing. My mom and my dad were just like, “Look, we know you're creative, but we need that creativity to be in a professional space.” And I'm thankful for that because it really did move my direction into branding and strategy and
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Jon Davis Reads Poetry At Mesa Library Thursday

He directs the MFA in Creative Writing at the Institute of American Indian Arts, where he has taught since 1990. Davis has developed several personae, which he assumes when writing and reading his poetry. Each persona maintains a distinct style and uses a separate, preferred form throughout the
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Exxon Mobil to begin publishing climate change risks

U.S. oil giant Exxon Mobil will begin disclosing financial data related to climate change to investors, it said in a filing with the Securities and Exchange Commission late Monday. The company revealed in the filing that its board of directors “has decided to further enhance the company's disclosures”
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Student Achievers

Rush is a creative writing-secondary education major in the Class of 2018. Stead is a music education major in the Class of 2019. Nicholas Maffetone, of New Hope, a Master of Biomedical Sciences student at Geisinger Commonwealth School of Medicine's Doylestown campus, organized Step It Up
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Archie to Publish Dick Tracy Comics, by Alex Segura, Michael Moreci and Thomas Pitilli

Archie Comics may have lost Sonic The Hedgehog to IDW. But they've gained Dick Tracy from (checks Wikipedia) Blackthorne Publishing. Dick Tracy is a long-running crime thriller detective strrip created by Chester Gould in 1931, and he wrote and drew the strip for 46 years until 1977. The strip
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A Company Is Offering A Job To Bearded Men That Pays £30 Per Hour

If you've got a beard and you're short of cash ahead of the festive season, a Christmas miracle could soon be coming your way in the form of a £30 per hour job. The world's first beard stroking station is being opened by Mo Bro's to help stressed shoppers unwind while they do shopping and, although it
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YouTuber Convicted For Publishing Video Piracy 'Tutorials'

A YouTuber in Brazil has been prosecuted and fined for publishing videos that explain how people can pirate content online using IPTV devices. A TV industry group took exception to the man's tutorials and the Court agreed they served no other purpose than to help people infringe copyright.
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Restaurant Review ~ Convivial / 801 O St., NW

Being convivial at Convivial. DC foodies who eat out around town surely know the name of this chef, Cedric Maupillier. A native Frenchman who has become a naturalized American (he still retains his French passport), Maupillier moved to the metro area about 15 years ago. Already an experienced and
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Indie publisher Canongate's top 10 book covers of 2017

Independent publishing house Canongate's art department releases its favourite book covers every year from their own collection via Twitter. It might seem a little insular, but Canongate, based in Edinburgh and London, has a wealth of beautiful cover art to choose from, so it's definitely worth celebrating
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Build on Your College Success by Studying Abroad

Rashaun Allen, who graduated last year from Stony Brook with a master's in fine arts in creative writing, always knew he had Barbadian roots, but because his grandmother had died only two weeks after giving birth to his mother, his family's Barbadian story was essentially an unknown one. Yet, Allen
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A Tale of Two Publishers: AMI Stands By Its Man

The New Yorker let Lizza go despite this, following similar moves made by publishers and news organizations to hastily distance themselves from men who have been accused of inappropriate behavior, even if said misbehavior was likely not-so-secret, as in the case of NBC's firing of Matt Lauer or
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'The Southampton Review' Drops A New Edition And Picks Up A Coveted Award

Ms. Hempel joined the Stony Brook Southampton faculty this fall in the Master of Fine Arts in Creative Writing and Literature program. She taught short fiction this fall and will teach poetry in the spring. Her most famous work is “In the Cemetery Where Al Jolson Is Buried,” which was first published in 1983
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Outskirts Press Gives Self-Publishing Authors the Gift of Custom Cover Art

Just as a beautifully wrapped present makes everyone wonder what's inside, a well-crafted book cover entices readers to investigate the contents. … Your odds of success are far greater if you can get more people to 'shake the box.'
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Can the 'Arrow'-Verse Ever Write the Black Canary as a Real Hero?

Then, the writers killed Laurel and brought in Dinah Drake, another original character that they pulled a name from the comics to create. Dinah is everything Laurel should have, and could have been, but the writers weren't creative enough to write an arc for Laurel that would get her to the point where
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Best Bets- December 12, 2017

Zionsville — Zionsville Little Theatre Company will present “It's a Wonderful Life: A Live Radio Play” at 7 p.m. Dec. 15 and 16 and 2 p.m. Dec. 16 and 17. For more, visit the ZLTC Facebook page. Carmel — The Celtic Thunder Symphony Tour will visit The Palladium at 7:30 p.m. Dec. 14. Learn more at
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Keeping children safe this holiday season

Holidays are best when they are spent having fun with friends and family — not spent in an emergency room. Yet every year that's where thousands of people end up, due to holiday-related injuries and illnesses. Here are some tips to help keep your children safe and well this holiday season, from the
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KIBF 2017 disappoints visitors

A big number of booklovers visited the Karachi International Book Fair (KIBF) and the Sindh government gave a helping hand to the organisers of the book fair, but visitors were disappointed due to lack of collection and absence of international publishers. According to an official from the Information
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Rachel Cusk returns to Faber to publish last in trilogy

Rachel Cusk is returning to Faber & Faber to publish the third in her trilogy of novels about divorced creative writing teacher Faye. The book, called Kudos, follows her 2014 novel Outline, which was shortlisted for the Baileys Women's Prize for Fiction, and her 2016 novel Transit. Both were published by
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Jim Dale Narrates New Rumpelstiltskin Audiobook Musical 'SPIN', Out This Winter

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HarperCollins Publishers is the second largest consumer book publisher in the world, with operations in 18 countries. With 200 years of history and more than 120 branded imprints around the world, HarperCollins publishes approximately 10,000 new books every year in 17 languages, and has a print
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Conde Nast Bringing In Nielsen Catalina Data To Optimize Ad Campaigns

CPG advertisers running on Conde Nast properties will be able to target, optimize and measure campaigns using purchase data from Nielsen Catalina Solutions (NCS) beginning in Q1 next year. The publisher wants to marry its expertise in creative development and sponsored content with an attention
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Creating my thoughts on Paper

Posted 15 minutes ago. Details. We are developing thoughts about a particular experience which will be designed to provide knowledge shared experience and motivation for those in need of support when encountering similar challenges. This will be mingled wi t h stories and facts. This job was posted
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Sean Spicer to publish book 'to set the record straight' about his time in the Trump administration

By Sally Persons – The Washington Times – Tuesday, December 12, 2017. Former White House press secretary Sean Spicer announced late Monday that he plans on publishing a book to “set the record straight” about his time in the Trump administration. “I looked back at the coverage of the campaign,
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Spiced Architecture

This week's writing prompt concerns a mysterious misadventure that begins on a familiar path and ends at the door of a structure made of gingerbread.
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Google AdWords Fundamentals – A Fully Interactive Exam Prep Course

I am in quest and would like to hear from or about an agent/agency/dealmaker that would like to represent me in identifying/contacting a proper traditional publishing house of e-books and negotiating a traditional deal for me. For a sneak preview, the e-book is currently stored here:
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Watching for Poetry on the Horizon at Publishers Weekly by Harriet Staff

While many of us have been looking back at the year that was (2017, for those who haven't been keeping track), Alex Crowley at Publishers Weekly takes a gander at poetry titles to come in the spring of 2018. From PW's vantage, and for us too, the future looks bright! Crowley provides a top ten, so we'll
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Ricoh Unveils Award-Winning NYC Customer Experience Center

… existing Customer Experience Center and Executive Briefing Center in Boulder, Colo., and others around the world specifically designed for experts within Ricoh's Commercial & Industrial Printing (CIP) Group to collaborate alongside our production customers – commercial printers, book publishers,
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Mountain Top Native Wins National Creative Writing Award

Annie Hilenski, a senior English major at Duquesne University in Pittsburgh, recently won the 2017-2018 Prose Award from the Allegheny Review, a national literary magazine dedicated to publishing undergraduate creative writing at Allegheny College in Meadville, Pa. Hilenski's short story Near Fall
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WHERE ARE YOU FROM?

WHERE ARE YOU FROM?, illustrated by Jaime Kim, in which a girl who is asked where she's really from turns to her abuelo for the answer to Clarissa Wong at Harper Children's, at auction, in a two-book deal, for publication in summer 2019, to Linda Camacho at Gallt and Zacker Literary Agency for the
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Publishers losing up to $3.5ma day due to counterfeit inventory

A new study has found massive volumes of counterfeit inventory across global display and video exchanges. The study, which was conducted by a partnership of 16 leading programmatic publishers across 26 domains, found that the record levels of fraud were resulting in lost revenues of up to $1.27bn
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Nobel prize winner's book turned down by 19 publishers

Writer Serge Volle sent 50 pages of Simon's 1962 novel, “The Palace”, set during the Spanish Civil War, to 19 French publishers. The verdict was damning: Twelve rejected it and seven didn't even bother to reply. One editor said that the book's “endlessly long sentences completely lose the reader”,
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Google Overtakes Facebook As Top Source Of Traffic For Publishers

Facebook has lost its spot as the top external source of traffic to publishers, with the number of referrals down by a third. And Facebook's loss is Google's gain, with the company now the source of 44% of publishers' total external traffic, up from 34% at the beginning of the year. Facebook's share has
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New Publishers Clearing House scam claims you won December drawing

What she did next is what you or your older parents need to do if a call or letter claims you are a winner: check the Publishers Clearing House Blog, and type in the word “scam.” You'll find all the warning signs that you are about to be taken. Unfortunately at this time you cannot just go to PCH.com and
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Ads.txt Study Shows Huge Publisher Losses To Domain Fraud

The study catalogued inventory callouts allegedly from the 16 publishers available across three participating DSPs, then cross-checked those callouts against the legitimate inventory on programmatic exchanges. There were four times more display callouts than legitimate inventory, and 57 times more
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Harry Potter and the publisher's casual vacancy

Despite the fact that the publisher has access to multiple major brands from across the world of entertainment – DC Comics, Lego, and Lord of the Rings, to name but a few – most of its mobile games seem to be squarely aimed at two demographics: core gamers and kids. The plethora of pocket Lego
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OECD publishing: Business models for sustainable research data repositories

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OECD publishing: Business models for sustainable research data repositories

Recognising the many scientific, economic, and social benefits of more open science, research policy makers and funders around the world are increasingly likely to prefer or mandate open data, and to require data management policies that call for the long-term stewardship of research data.
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[Resolved] Webflow Publishing Error Message

Hi if i want to publish my site there comes this error message. is this a webflow problem? [shot_webflow]
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