Holiday Fund: Giving youth a voice

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Holiday Fund: Giving youth a voice

Participating “YSO classes” — which remain within the PAUSD system while interfacing with the organization — have included photography, painting, ceramics, journalism and creative writing, among others. YSO also collaborates with after-school clubs such as the Black Scholars Union and Gunn
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Sell textbooks to private schools at fair prices, Uhuru directs publishers

President Uhuru Kenyatta on Friday directed publishers to sell text books to private schools at the same price the government has procured core books for public schools. He reveled that the government has saved Sh13.82 billion by buying books directly from publishers down from Sh21 billion it used to
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Publishers react to Google move to force digital change with ad-blocking Chrome

Google is launching its ad-blocking version of Chrome in February, and some publishers, while still wary of the effects of the move, are coming around to the fact that somebody had to do something to improve the digital experience for consumers. “While we don't love Google being the ones to mandate
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These 7 Pieces of Writing Advice Helped Create 494 New York Times Bestsellers

These 7 Pieces of Writing Advice Helped Create 494 New York Times Bestsellers. Hitting the New York Times bestseller list is hard. By most estimates, you need to sell at least 10,000 copies in a single week just to appear on the list, and potentially 3–10X to hit the #1 spot. So when an author
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Production Controller – Non-Fiction

Production Controller – Non-Fiction in Experienced (non manager), General with REDWOOD PUBLISHING RECRUITMENT. Apply Today.
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Trump legal action against publisher backfires, tell-all book gets early release

Henry Holt & Co, the publisher of Michael Wolff's book 'Fire and Fury: Inside the Trump White House,' is allowing retailers to begin selling the book four days ahead of schedule citing “unprecedented demand,” a Henry Holt spokeswoman told CNN Thursday. The decision to speed up the release came
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Northland Publishing Company Announces New Release

Northland Publishing Company Announces New Release Something About Ann contains a novella of the same name and eleven, mostly interconnected, short stories. Many of the stories continue the journey of a group of Vietnam soldiers who survived a horrific experience in Cambodia. Violence and
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Book review: Austerity Baby

In Austerity Baby (Manchester University Press, £20), a memoir by Janet Wolff, Professor Emeritus of English, American Studies and Creative Writing, at Manchester University, the author confesses to “the strong antipathy I have long had towards the chronological, coherent account of a life.” So, instead
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From 'Uncommon Type' to 'Origin': What CEOs of publishing houses read in 2017

The top three reads of Meru Gokhale, Editor-in-Chief, Literary Publishing, at Penguin Random House India, were “Ants Among Elephants” by Sujatha Gidla (HarperCollins India), “Home Fire” by Kamila Shamsie (Bloomsbury India), and “Remnants of a Separation” (HarperCollins) by Aanchal Malhotra.
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The Toronto Star's 40th annual short story contest is open for submissions

The winner will receive $5,000 and a creative writing course from The Humber School for Writers. The second-place winner will take home a $2,000 prize, while third place will be awarded $1,000. The winner can choose a 30-week creative writing correspondence program, valued at $3,000, at Humber,
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The Hill's 12:30 Report

Earlier today, “three formats — a hardcover edition, e-book version and an audiobook … took the first, second and third slots on Amazon's best sellers list.” http://bit.ly/2Cv39Qo. Before the book was released — Trump was not a happy camper: The president tweeted, “I authorized Zero access to White
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Anne Horrigan Geary: A is for appreciation

DALTON — Sue Grafton, author of the well-known alphabet series of mysteries, died last week. Over 35 years, she had completed 25 books, leaving only the “Z” volume to be written. Her family discounted the idea that any other author would finish the series, and said: “For us, the alphabet ends with Y.”
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Publishers clearing house junk mail

Editor Dad: Current Resident sure gets a lot of mail. com/article Jan 23, 2013 · Who sending this junk email? Pages Home Locate Spam Email How to Report Email Spam Publishers Clearing House total pay out of One million dollars Jan 02, 2008 · The odds of winning are very very remote and you will
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Belt Publisher launches new Revival series to spotlight historic books

CLEVELAND, Ohio – This year, Cleveland-based Belt Publishing is bringing attention to past literature with its Belt Revivals book series. The series' mission is to reintroduce readers to underappreciated novels that involve Midwestern culture. Though the books were written in the late 19th and early 20th
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Toronto Star and Toronto Public Library Launch 40th Annual Short Story Contest

The annual contest is co-sponsored by the Toronto Public Library and the Humber School for Writers. All submissions must be received by 5 p.m., Wednesday, February 28, 2017. The first-place winner will receive a $5,000 cash prize plus a creative writing course from The Humber School for Writers.
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Fierce row over plans to publish antisemitic texts by French writer Céline

A fierce row has erupted in Paris after a major publisher announced it would produce a new collection of the violently antisemitic hate pamphlets by novelist Louis-Ferdinand Céline. French publishing house Gallimard has insisted it will go ahead with the publication of the 1,000-page collection of 1930s
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Baywood Publishing

Publisher: Baywood Publishing, United States. Journals: 27 journals – involving 5 other organisations. RoMEO: This is a RoMEO white publisher. Copyright: Not available online. Updated: 06-Jun-2014
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New award for University Press publishing

A new award is being launched to recognise an individual, team or press that has made an outstanding contribution to University Press publishing. The inaugural award will be made at the upcoming University Press Redux conference hosted by UCL Press and the Association of Learned and
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The Story Studio

MUSIC by Disasterpeace. The Story Studio — a podcast where an independent publishing company explores the world of self-publishing, independent art, and the future of storytelling. A show for filmmakers, authors, writers, comic book makers, crowdfunders, authorpreneurs, creators, and anyone
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Vivek Shraya lands her new academic gig with a Whitney Houston song

At the end of a three-month interview process for a tenure-track job as assistant professor in creative writing, the Alberta-born multidisciplinary artist faced a faculty-wide presentation for which she had no idea what to prepare. Should she quote theorists? Judith Butler, maybe? A friend in academia gave
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