Morgantown Library holds used book sale

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Morgantown Library holds used book sale

From children's, to romance, science fiction, New York Times Best Sellers, Non-fiction, lots of great cookbooks, art books, everything,” said Sarah Palfrey, director of the Morgantown Public Library System. Money raised from the book sale goes directly back to the library to enhance the services provided.
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Publication of beloved novelist's anti-Semitic pamphlets suspended in France

PARIS — Controversial plans to reissue three anti-Semitic pamphlets penned in the 1930s by the famed French novelist Louis-Ferdinand Céline have been suspended, the French publishing house Gallimard announced Thursday. For the better part of a month, the publishing house came under intense
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Exposing the darkness: Local community leader pens first book

“I've always been a writer at heart and I found my passion for poetry in high school,” said George, who's been with the rescue mission for nearly five years. “I got involved in a creative writing course in school that helped me appreciate the passion that writers have for creating a written piece and for
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Mr. Bagel Meister Expands to Carolina Beach

Our locations have a classic design and fun atmosphere that is sure to bring back memories of the good old days when life was simple. With the help of Emerging … They will also continue to serve some specialty coffee drinks, including some of the best sellers from Island Java. “We want to continue to
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Facebook Harmonized With Global Music Rights, HFA/Rumblefish, Kobalt Music Publishing

Music continued to fill the air in Menlo Park, Calif., as Facebook announced three new partnerships with music publishers, coming on the heels of its deal with Sony/ATV earlier this week and its pact with Universal Music Group, inked in December. Facebook head of music business development and
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document continually publishing in background

I have a problem whereby this is appearing in my Log, about once a second. Umbraco.Core.Publishing.PublishingStrategy : Content 'Page Name' with Id '107126' has been published. It had been going for about 3 days before I noticed, and was happening for 2-3 pages. I tried obvious things, stopping
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Niagara University accepting registrations for winter/spring 2018 continuing education courses

Niagara University accepting registrations for winter/spring 2018 continuing education courses … Niagara University's Office of Continuing Education is accepting registrations for its winter/spring 2018 schedule of courses. … Online courses (accounting, grant writing, job searching, Microsoft Suite, etc.).
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The Week in Libraries: January 12, 2018

Indeed, the initial publication of Fire and Fury has been a perfect storm of dissatisfaction. Because it was embargoed, many libraries and booksellers were largely unaware of it and were thus caught flat-footed when headlines thrust the book to popularity. And because libraries and bookstores were
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A lesson in being grateful

I mean, when I get around to finishing those books I want to write, won't I have to market them to literary agents and publishers? And even if I go the self-publishing route, I'm going to market my book to readers, stores and libraries. Isn't that going to consist of talking to a lot of strangers? Buck up
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'And then a man said it': Concordia grad says read between the lines of sexual misconduct …

Julie McIsaac says she isn't buying Mike Spry's blog about abuse in Concordia University's creative writing program. “He's being valued in the media for painting himself as this fly on the wall who saw his mentors and colleagues behaving badly, but he was much more of an active participant,” she said.
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The Lounge list of 20 books you don't want to miss in 2018

There's an in-joke in Indian publishing that a book with the word “Kashmir” in the title sells. If it's written by a former chief minister of the troubled state, its chances of success ought to be even more amplified. But irrespective of the sales of Abdullah's book, it is certainly going to generate significant
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What publishers are saying behind closed doors about Facebook's News Feed changes

They say that Facebook has long encouraged publishers to build out audiences on Facebook, working with them directly to get their content viewed, testing various ad products with them, and, in several cases, paying them to make content for Facebook specifically – whether that's live-streaming shows
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Dancers, poet joint forces to compete in Morristown Onstage talent competition

Are works full time and is a sophomore at Full Sail University and will graduate with a bachelor's in creative writing for entertainment. “I have a huge heart for God's people and I think that's my driving force behind my writing. As long as He uses me to continue to impact people, I will continue writing.”.
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Concordia teachers accused of sexual misconduct 'reassigned': students association

Concordia president Alan Shepard issued a statement Wednesday and announced three measures: an investigation into the allegations; a meeting with students, faculty and staff in the English department's creative writing program; and the launch of a university-wide assessment “of our current
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Facebook's News Feed changes have publishers on edge

When Facebook (FB) CEO Mark Zuckerberg unveiled changes to its popular News Feed feature on Thursday night, investors reacted by beating down its stock on Friday. They fear the move will mean people spend less time on the social network. But the group that may have the most to lose are news
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Here's what publishers are saying behind closed doors about Facebook's News Feed changes

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As one social media-centric publisher noted, Facebook has said this sort of thing before, and not entirely followed through. Indeed, in June of 2016 the company similarly announced that friends and family posts would be prioritized in the news feed, and the predicted publisher armageddon didn't unfold.
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Concordia student association "appalled" that sexual misconduct was allowed

The statement was sent to students to prepare them for a meeting, held Friday afternoon, between members of the administration — including Kate Sterns, coordinator of the Creative Writing program, Deputy Provost Lisa Ostiguy and Dean of Students Andrew Woodall — and students in the Creative
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Seven Products to Fight Fine Lines and Wrinkles in 2018

The fan favorite line-reducing concentrate is back and better than ever- and now with its updated formula that includes Hyaluronic Acid and 12.5% Vitamin C. It is continuously one of the brand's best sellers and for good reason. This serum works to reduce the appearance of fine lines and wrinkles all the
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'Is this really worth it?': Here's what publishers are saying behind closed doors about Facebook's …

Several publishers have long warned against putting all their eggs in the Facebook basket, and have tried to diversify revenue streams. And they've also kept their eyes wide open when it comes to Facebook's level of caring about media partners. Bryan Goldberg, CEO of the female-focused publisher
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What's the Best New-Car Deal in January 2018?

To look for January deals, we considered sales in December among the top 100 best-selling cars, specifically eyeing models whose sales underperformed the market. We also looked at days-to-turn data from December, which measures how long it takes on average for dealers to sell a given car.
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Two Concordia teachers removed from classes amid sexual misconduct investigation

Two Concordia teachers have had their courses reassigned, pending the outcome of an investigation into alleged sexual misconduct in the school's creative writing program, CTV News has learned. The suspensions were first announced by the executive of the Concordia Association for Students in
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Sandhills East Announces New Office Location In Germany

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Sandhills East Announces New Office Location In Germany

Sandhills East is among several international subsidiaries of Sandhills Publishing, the Nebraska, USA-based tech company behind such brands as Machinery Trader, TractorHouse, Truck Paper, and AuctionTime.com. The new office continues a larger trend of international growth, following a number of
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Publishing She-roes

The recent movie The Post, which features Meryl Streep as publisher Katharine Graham of The Washington Post, reminds us that women excel in every field of endeavor. Without preparation or experience, Graham was thrust into that role and succeeded. Other women have also succeeded as
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Penthouse Magazine Publisher Files Bankruptcy for a Third Time

Penthouse Magazine Publisher Files Bankruptcy for a Third Time. By. Tiffany Kary. @TiffanyKary More stories by Tiffany Kary. January 12, 2018, 4:18 … The filing includes publishing, licensing, broadcasting and digital affiliates. Two prior bankruptcies showed how technological disruption in the media
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This week in Memphis History: Jan. 12-18

2005: Chandler Reports, the real estate information company owned by The Daily News Publishing Co., launches its consumer website, making its data available to the public and businesses alike. 1998: A Ku Klux Klan group rallies on the steps of the Shelby County Courthouse to protest the federal
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In Search of a Better World: A Human Rights Odyssey

This publication of the 2017 CBC Massey Lecture delivered by Akhavan (Reducing Genocide to Law), a former U.N. prosecutor at the Hague, is a call for action, a powerful examination of rampant trampling of human rights around the world, and a memoir of Akhavan's journey from child refugee to
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Facebook's News Feed changes are latest blow to publishers, brands

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The social network has become an important way for brands, media companies and other content creators to reach Facebook's growing audience, which now numbers more than 2.07 billion people. With News Feed now geared toward fostering “meaningful interactions” between people, Facebook said
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Afton woman pens Christian horror novel

Woods, a 1985 graduate of Afton High School, started her writing career as a creative outlet following the 2009 death of her father, Lonnie Linn. Woods said she finished House of Lister in 2010, but spent the next few years “fine tuning” it while working on her second novel, Savage Miracle. “Although
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Hot wheels go haute

… to the demands of the 'aam aadmi', Maruti Suzuki offers many choices. On top of the list will be the bestsellers from Maruti Suzuki — Swift, Wagon R, Alto — followed by Renault Kwid and Nissan Datsun Go. All are sensible buys. The Alto base model, at about Rs 2.5 lakh, is the world's best-selling car.
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Dells High School adds classes

The business and information technology class Sports and Entertainment Marketing is no longer added, he said. To teach this course, instructors are required to have a marketing license. He said neither of the instructors have one. He's going to talk to other South Central Conference principals who offer
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The Connection Between Writing and Sleep

It seems that unfinished tasks rest at what we call a heightened level of cognitive activation. We think that's the key ingredient. With our day to day lives and work schedule, unfinished tasks pile on one another and create this cognitive activation that's difficult to set aside. Unless, of course, you write about
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Facebook's Algorithm Change Is An Apocalyptic Move for Brands, Publishers, Users, and …

Whenever Facebook tweaks its algorithm and decreases the reach of news stories, publishers usually treat it like a lover's quarrel. But according to a Digiday report, Facebook has been sending each publisher the “We need to talk” text, warning them of the most apocalyptic algorithm change yet.
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Editorial: Sexual misconduct, and power imbalances

This week, Concordia University's creative writing program was in the spotlight over accusations that certain male professors hit on their students. Last week, it was Toronto's Soulpepper Theatre Company, where the artistic director resigned amid allegations of workplace sexual misconduct.
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Concordia University was warned of 'toxic' atmosphere in creative writing department in 2015

This week, allegations of sexual misconduct rocked the creative writing department after an essay, published by former student Mike Spry, alleged professors were sleeping and drinking with students. He refers to professors routinely harassing students, as well as “drunken nights of misbehaviour.”.
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'The Post' works as Katherine Graham story, less effective as 'Pentagon Papers' history

This film about the Washington Post's publishing of “The Pentagon Papers” eventually works, despite Steven Spielberg's penchant for sentiment at the … “The Kay Graham Story,” as Spielberg creates an exaggerated and abbreviated personal trajectory for the publisher who inherited the reigns of what
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Facebook feed changes to have major impact on publishers

Over the next few months, Facebook will be making updates to ranking where the news feed will prioritise content that sparks conversations, having an effect on posts from businesses, brands and media.
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'They're saying, “F publishers”': Media winners and losers of Facebook's feed purge

Facebook evened the playing field for publishers. It was what enabled overnight traffic sensations like Upworthy, ViralNova and Elite Daily. But for big publishers, losing Facebook audience will be less traumatic, only because the biggest publishers are by nature big everywhere. Their ubiquity when it
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Amazon laying off 58 workers at North Charleston self-publishing business

Amazon says it's cutting part of its office staff in North Charleston this summer, a year after the e-commerce giant moved its book-printing factory out of the city. Amazon's self-publishing service, Createspace, is laying off workers in its editing, marketing and design division in July because the company is
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OpenScholar forms startup

In the nearly eight years since the web-publishing platform OpenScholar was developed at Harvard's Institute for Quantitative Social Science (IQSS), it has enabled Harvard scholars, academic and administrative departments, centers, and projects to create and maintain high-quality websites without
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Legal Perspective: Trump wants to change libel laws? The result could be chilling

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Legal Perspective: Trump wants to change libel laws? The result could be chilling

Last week President Trump and several members of his staff criticized Michael Wolff's book, “Fire and Fury: Inside the Trump White House,” an unflattering and critical portrayal of the President and the White House. A lawyer working on Trump's behalf even sent a cease-and-desist letter to the publisher.
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Wedding Day Diamonesk Womens Rings Gifts & Presents For Wife

Shop The Bradford Exchange Online for Gifts Diamonesk For Wife Wedding Day Women's Rings Best Sellers. Shop securely online with an unconditional guarantee.
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WV Book Team: 'Robicheaux' a return to Burke's signature prose (review)

When Burke and his agent decided to put the book up for auction, a half dozen publishers bid on the rights. Again, as in the past, the reviews were glowing. And this time the sales were equally great. Burke has continued that winning streak, publishing book after book in the popular Robicheaux saga.
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Book Review: Cultural Stagnation bred by Vietnamese censorship

Bass' new book sheds a rare light on Vietnam's blockade of information in a narrative that is part reportage and part memoir. Through interviews with Vietnamese literary giants and dissidents, accompanied by his own experiences publishing in Vietnam, Bass paints an intimate portrait of modern
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2018 PEN America Literary Service Award: Stephen King

The award is presented annually to a critically-acclaimed author whose work embodies PEN America's mission to oppose repression in any form and to champion the best of humanity. Stephen King is the author of more than 50 books, all of them worldwide best sellers and many—including such
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Free creative writing workshops at Halton libraries

FREE creative writing workshops are being offered to give adults the chance to become budding authors. Halton Council has secured funding from the Arts Council for a series of eight week sessions at the borough's four libraries. The Write Time Write Place project starts on Monday, January 15 and
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For Google AdSense publishers experiencing recent ad fulfillment issues, crawler access might be …

A small segment of Google AdSense publishers have noticed changes in ad delivery on their sites over the past month or so. Publishers say ads are not being served and the ad slots on their pages appear as blank spaces, causing drops in revenue. There has been speculation on the AdSense forum
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2018 PEN America Publisher Honoree: Carolyn Reidy

At the 2018 Literary Gala, Carolyn Reidy, President and Chief Executive Officer of Simon & Schuster, Inc., will be recognized as the annual ceremony's Publisher Honoree. Reidy marked 10 years as CEO of Simon & Schuster, Inc., in January 2018. Under her leadership, Simon & Schuster has published
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Local author's novel brings Antebellum Period to Ramapo Mountains

From dabbling with stories in grade school to crafting long-form journalism and fiction in college, Gunderman said he “knew the path ahead was going to be a creative one.” For Gunderman, the satisfaction of writing “Synod” picked up as the action does – at the end of the second “act” and the beginning
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The waterproof gloves that keep my constantly cold hands warm

I'm not going to sugarcoat it: I hate winter. I'm that girl who gets cold even on chilly summer days, so when fall rolls around, I pretty much resign myself to feeling frozen for months on end. Since my hands, in particular, are constantly cold on a normal basis, a great pair of winter gloves is a major necessity
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'Conan the Barbarian' Comics Moving Back to Marvel

After 15 years with Dark Horse Comics, the comic book adventures of Robert E. Howard's famous Cimmerian hero will return to Marvel Entertainment, with the company announcing that it has regained the comic license to Conan the Barbarian. In a brief release, Marvel announced that it would publish
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Comics Sales in the Direct Market Down 10% in 2017

HOWEVER DC did have a great month, with a rare win over Marvel with Doomsday Clock #2 the top selling periodical and six of the top 10. But Legacy has clearly cooled off and the new thing at Marvel can't come fast enough. Saga ruled the graphic novels. That a new volume of this steady seller was
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PEN America to Honor Thrill Master Stephen King for Lifelong Contributions to Literature and …

Stephen King is the author of more than 50 books, all of them worldwide best sellers and many—including such classics as It, The Stand, The Dark Tower, Misery, Lisey's Story, 11/22/63, On Writing, Under the Dome, and many more—providing the basis for major motion pictures and serving as cultural
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Web Publishers May Get Hurt by Facebook's Newsfeed Overhaul

That's bad news for publishers relying on Facebook to deliver eyeballs. An increased proportion of user-generated content could also be a concern for advertisers, who worry their commercial pitches could end up alongside controversial material, a problem YouTube has been contending with as
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Writing oral history; retrieving culture

But it is important to remember that writing on the Nagas by western anthropologists and military historians all throughout the 1800s until the Second World War can all be categorized as others writing about us. We started to write about ourselves only in the middle of the twentieth century. The recording
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'Makeshift arrangements' at World Book Fair irk publishers

The World Book Fair being organised at Pragati Maidan has seen a steady stream of visitors since it opened on January 6 showing that even with digital advances in the publishing world, book fairs have not lost their charm. However, several publishers have hit out at the arrangements this year as the
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Facebook Changes Hit Publishers Hard

On Thursday, publishers and media companies were in for a rude awakening when Facebook announced sweeping changes to its news feed. In a dramatic shake-up, Facebook will start playing up status updates from friends and family in people's news feeds. The shift effectively deprioritizes content
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NRF Retail's BIG Show Starts Sunday, January 14 in NYC

It was even included as one of the examples in Jim C. Collins best-selling book Good to Great: Why Some Companies Make the Leap… and Others Don't … Yet, Best Buy managed to keep its growth going and even find an eCommerce strategy using their stores as an asset, and it appears to be working.
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Hearst plans to lay off 145 employees at Rodale

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The reductions will occur at the former Rodale headquarters and other facilities in Emmaus, and a distribution center in Upper Macungie Township will also be closed. The book business published best-sellers such as “An Inconvenient Truth” by former Vice President Al Gore. The family homestead just
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ESPN's New Morning Show Get Up to Debut April 2

Greenberg has written two nonfiction best-sellers, Why My Wife Thinks I'm an Idiot and Mike & Mike's Rules for Sports and Life (co-written with Golic) and two novels, All You Could Ask For and My Father's Wives. Michelle Beadle currently serves as the full-time host of NBA Countdown on ABC and ESPN
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For Digital Publishers, The “Pivot To Video” Bloodbath Is Here

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For Digital Publishers, The “Pivot To Video” Bloodbath Is Here

For the last year, multiple publishers performed the “pivot to video”–devoting more resources to non-text posts on social platforms like Facebook, in the hopes that it would boost engagement and create the opportunity for more ad revenue. Facebook, at the time, encouraged publishers to focus on video.
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Jill McCorkle to have place in NC Literary Hall of Fame

Lumberton author Jill McCorkle teaches a creative writing class at Wesley Pines Retirement Community in Lumberton, her hometown. … HILLSBOROUGH — Lumberton native and award-winning author Jill McCorkle was selected recently to be enshrined in the North Carolina Literary Hall of Fame
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Best books of 2017: Iowa City Public Library staff picks

Released in February, “The Hate U Give” has spent 42 weeks on The New York Times bestsellers' list so far. It's also a National Book Award Longlist title. Fellow young adult authors tout it as “… a stunning, brilliant, gut-wrenching novel …” and “… tragically timely, hard-hitting, and an ultimate prayer for
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WATCH: North Penn Teacher's Hip Hop Performance Engages Class

LANSDALE, PA — North Penn English and creative writing teacher Scott Swindells devised a compelling way to get his students engaged during a recent class. With a pop quiz coming up, Swindells authored a short hip hop song, complete with a beat in the background, to the delight of his students.
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Facebook says it will send less traffic to publishers — but that's already been happening

Facebook's announcement yesterday that it would be sending less traffic to brands and publishers sent its stock down this morning. But the move has been a long time coming. Facebook's share of external web traffic to publishers declined to 24 percent in January, down from nearly 40 percent this time
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Reservoir promotes Rell Lafargue to president and COO

For the last decade, Lafargue has served as COO of the music publisher, overseeing all day-to-day operations as well as spearheading international and domestic expansion efforts, which he will continue to do in his new appointment. Under his leadership, Reservoir has grown to represent more than
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A Raja confirms that his new book '2G Saga Unfolds' will be sold on first come first serve basis

The unfolding has been carefully narrated as a thriller novel and people are going to just love this book,” A Raja sounded too confident, talking to Faking News on his upcoming book, expected to top the charts of best sellers. “People told me to release the book as an e-book, with premium pricing.
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Best Sellers: Books Most Borrowed, January 2018

Library Journal's Best Sellers is compiled from data on books borrowed and requested (placed on hold) at public libraries throughout the United States. It includes statistics from urban, suburban, and rural libraries. We thank the many contributing libraries as well as The Library Corporation (TLC), Polaris
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Trump's Personal Lawyer Sues Buzzfeed For Publishing Allegedly False Statements Written By …

Another day, another stupid lawsuit/legal threat emanating from the Trump offices. Trump's personal lawyer, Michael Cohen, has decided to rub up against the libel laws Trump so badly wants to “open up” by filing a ridiculous defamation lawsuit against Buzzfeed for publishing the Christopher Steele
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DC Tops Marvel For December 2017 Comic Book Sales

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DC Tops Marvel For December 2017 Comic Book Sales

Among the premier publishers, Robert Kirkman's The Walking Dead #174 was Image Comics' top book in December at #12. Mike Mignola and Adam Hughes' Christmas-themed Hellboy: Krampusnacht #1 was Dark Horse Comics' top book at #96. Finally, IDW Publishing's top book for the month was
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publishing practices

It's a citation in a different journal of a previously published work, not an original statement by the author, and should not be removed. Additionally, if the citation (and publication of the article) was published before any subsequent findings against the original published article, there has been no “bad
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Facebook's Latest Changes Will Significantly Impact Small Publishers

Amid a barrage of criticism over its lacklustre approach to pulling the plug on 'fake news' articles displayed via its News Feed algorithm, Mark Zuckerberg has announced a major overhaul to what you can expect to see in the future. Though small, constant tweaks that placed an increasing emphasis on
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Fickle Facebook demotes news in another blow to publishers

The damage to publishers will be distributed unequally. Those that rely on Facebook as their primary source of traffic will suffer the most. Those that pivoted to video, back when Facebook was paying selected publishers for content early last year, may regret the investment as Aunt Jennifer's cute iPhone
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Mount Pleasant entrepreneurs develop educational game inspiring kids and families to unplug and …

Charleston entrepreneurs Marcie Jacobs and Ellen Stebbins are on a mission to inspire kids and their families to unplug from technology and come together with STORY CRAZE® by StoryClub Games, the hilarious new creative writing and storytelling game that's filled with laughter and learning.
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92.5 FOX News radio host Drew Steele takes aim at controversial book “Fire and fury”

“Fire and fury” now sits at the top of the New York Times Best Sellers List. The controversial book claims to give an inside look at turmoil inside President Trump's White House. But it is getting a fair share of criticism, and supporters of the President are exercising their First Amendment rights in a dramatic
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SICL Spring 2018 Registration for Lifelong Learning Opportunities at Delta College

… Drawing, Card Games, Opera Appreciation, Mah Jong, Creative Writing, Genealogy, Birding, Gardening, Quilting, Fit-Friends Walking Group, Creative Writing, Tai Chi, Latin American Films, Mindful Meditation, Book Club, Painting, Quilting, Tai, Chi, and Nutrition. SICL offers something for everyone!
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This Is the Most Popular Sneaker of 2018 (So Far)

Other popular buys of 2018 so far, according to ShopSpring: SweatyBetty Infinity Workout Bra ($65; shopspring.com) is the most popular activewear product of 2018 overall, while DKNY, Adidas, and Sweaty Betty are the top activewear brands. Stock your closet with these best-sellers for your most
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Book Publishing's Weak Bet On “Fire And Fury”? Blame Data

In the meantime, print retains an allure that authors who self-publish haven't quite replicated on their own. Until any of this changes, publishers have a strong incentive to defend the moat they've dug around themselves. Before the arrival of e-books, Fire and Fury would've gone out of print until Henry
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The Post review: More publishing than reporting drama but a great and timely film

The story that the Washington Post chases in the film is one that has already been broken by the New York Times, and the drama revolves around the decision of the publisher, Katherine Graham, to publish secret military documents that revealed government dishonesty about the Vietnam War.
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Hoops on the Rez

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Of course child pornography is vile and should be prosecuted. So is sex trafficking of children. I don't object to these prosecutions. I object to the wretched writing: to federal prosecutors and the FBI telling press flacks to put their names first, before the name of the child who was tortured to death: reaching
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2017 outstanding books @ YOUR Rowan County Public Library

Many of our users pick up the latest issue of BOOKPAGE, the free monthly book review magazine that is a guide to the best new books published every month. Our regulars also enjoy selecting titles from the RCPL Staff Picks located on the browsing shelves near the bestsellers. Others use their library
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Healthy Lifestyle Publisher Well+Good Hits Its Stride By Creating Custom Content For Brands Like …

The global health and wellness industry is on the fast track to growth, and upstart publisher Well+Good is reaping the benefits. Well+Good began in April 2010 with only 69 subscribers and today, its network is well over 10 million uniques, according to Tyler Del Vento, SVP of sales and marketing for
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Brands and publishers braced for hit as Facebook dumps them from News Feed

After years of relying on Facebook to reach their audience, brands and publishers have been agonising over how major changes to the social network's news feed will affect their business. Companies that have built and invested in millions of followers on Facebook could see their organic reach, which
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Translation Database Now Hosted by 'PW'

Founded in 2008 by Chad Post of Open Letter Books, the database currently has information]on 6,252 entries of fiction and poetry works in translation. Details about each entry include the name of the author, translator, publisher, language, country of origin, gender of the author and of the translator.
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Some knockouts in the world of publishing

This memoir about Rakoff's experiences as an editorial assistant to the woman who represented the reclusive J.D. Salinger was all the more enjoyable for me because it takes place in the old-school publishing world Grandpa Auggie inhabited, with typewriters and Dictaphones, message couriers and
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Why Facebook's news feed shake-up may be a smart move to squeeze more money from publishers

Facebook will change its news feed so that people will see more updates from friends and family, and fewer organic posts from news publishers and brands. It's a drastic change for Facebook, which thinks that “passive” news consumption is bad for people's mental health. But it's also a canny
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Facebook Chooses Friends, Not Publishers

Facebook Inc. (NASDAQ: FB) announced Thursday that it is updating its news feed to “prioritize posts that spark conversations and meaningful interactions between people.” According to the company, that means that it will prioritize posts from friends and family over public content, “including videos and
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Funny Business: Why Comedians Are Still Trying To Conquer The Book World

“When it comes to publishing non-fiction, I think the most common misconceptions are that a book can launch someone's career, and, also, that any person famous enough can have a successful book,” says Noah Ballard, a literary agent at Curtis Brown, Ltd., who has represented comedians including
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Harcourt School Publishers Storytown Florida Weekly Lesson Testfcat Frmt Student Edition Grade …

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Free Focus Week training classes will run Jan. 22-26

“Writing for Professional Growth”: This course provides assistance to employees under the AcqDemo and DPMAP pay plans to write better self-assessment performance statements. The course covers the SMART model (Specific, Measurable, Attainable, Relevant, Timely), STAR Statements (Situation,
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NWPP's 28th central council endorses national and international proposals

The Council has decided to celebrate the party's 44th founding day (January 24) by organising discussions and seminar, studying the party's history and activities and publishing these. Similarly, the Council has decided to mark the bicentenary of Karl Marx on May 5, 2018 by studying and publishing the
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Market Survey Report Examines The Publishing & Subscriptions Software Market That Will Growth …

The Global Publishing & Subscriptions Software Market research report not only offers readers a broad overview of the international industry but also provides a granular assessment of the regional market in several countries and regions. Aspects such as the history of market development, the major
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Writer's first novel inspired by chilling story of Victorian serial child killer

Although the retired English teacher has always written poetry and taken part in creative writing classes, this is her first published book. Her efforts were greatly helped by Barking and Dagenham Council, and in particular its Pen to Print scheme. Run by the council's library service, the scheme is aimed at
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This is a seismic moment for women – and we can't grow weary

This week, Canadian social media – or at least the small and vocal part devoted to Canadian literature – has lit up with accusations of sexual misconduct and exploitation in the creative-writing department at Concordia University. The university now says it is examining allegations that have long been
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