Margaret Atwood, author of 'The Handmaid's Tale,' coming to Cincinnati

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Margaret Atwood, author of 'The Handmaid's Tale,' coming to Cincinnati

The book also stayed atop the New York Times Best Sellers List for 25 weeks last year. … The show's first season picked up 5 Emmy awards last year, including Outstanding Drama Series, won the Golden Globe for Best TV Drama Series and lead actress Elisabeth Moss won a Golden Globe for Best
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History Of Our Town (May 29, 1970, Edition)

It was about 1815 before City ordinances were ordered to be published in both French and English. One of the first needs in the New Territory of Missouri was where to get the revenue to protect the population from Indian attacks, since the territory was surrounded by hostile Indian tribes. The Renard
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Radiohead Publisher Confirms Negotiations With Lana Del Rey Reps in 'Creep' Dispute

A spokesman for Radiohead's publisher Warner/Chappell Music has acknowledged that the publishers have “been in discussions” with Lana Del Rey's representatives about her 2017 song “Get Free” over its alleged compositional similarities to Radiohead's own 1993 hit “Creep.” This week
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Oxford University press to publish Journal of Burn Care & Research

Alison Denby, publishing director at Oxford University Press said, “We are thrilled to partner with the American Burn Association in 2018 to publish the Journal of Burn Care & Research. The journal is the best resource for information on burn treatment and innovative research and has a wide,
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Donald Trump is suing my publisher, and its response is magnificent

Henry Holt is a division of Macmillan (owners of Tor Books, who publish my novels); they're the folks who published Michael Wolff's bestselling Fire and Fury, which has so … We need to respond strongly for Michael Wolff and his book, but also for all authors and all their books, now and in the future.
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Historic card gives glimpse into Gladstone's past

William Peel Mellefont is a significant figure in the Queensland publishing history, having founded many small regional newspapers including those in Ipswich, Bundaberg and Gladstone. He ran the Gladstone Observer for eight years before his passing, when his widow eventually sold it to William
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Penguin Random House Acquires Rodale Books' Trade Publishing Assets

Maya Mavjee, President and Publisher, Crown Publishing Group, said: “I am thrilled to have the Rodale Books Adult publishing program join the Crown Publishing Group. Its rich history as a prominent publisher of lifestyle and wellness titles complements our Harmony Books list perfectly. Bringing
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