'The interest is in sex, not writing,' says one Concordia creative writing grad

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'The interest is in sex, not writing,' says one Concordia creative writing grad

MONTREAL—Concordia University launched an investigation this week into the toxic and abusive culture that allegedly flourished in a creative writing program that has churned out many top Canadian authors. Specific allegations of inappropriate relationships, groping, harassment and assault have
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Bill O'Reilly Praises 'Fire and Fury' Publisher; Blasts Bannon

Bill O'Reilly says the publishing executives behind the release of Michael Wolff's controversial Donald Trump-bashing book “Fire and Fury: Inside the Trump White House” are “good people.” And the veteran journalist and commentator believes the negative impact the bestselling tome has had on the
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KAT VON D BEAUTY LAUNCHES 40 NEW VEGAN #STUDDEDKISS LIPSTICKS

Kat's largest, most disruptive shade range ever includes timeless best-sellers, resurrected fan-favorites, beloved icons from her Everlasting Liquid Lipstick collection, and the all-new White Out, an artistry-inspired opaque white to use as a base or to mix and customize your own perfect lip shades.
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BREAKING: Arrest made in connection to the death of College sophomore Blaze Bernstein

Woodward, along with Bernstein, attended the Orange County School of the Arts, one of the top schools in the country to study creative writing. Just over a week after Bernstein went missing on Jan. 2, he was found dead in the bushes around Borrego Park, Carrie Braun, a spokesperson for the Orange
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A rose by any other name

… organizations contact the chapter for donations and financial contributions, she issues a friendly reminder. “We don't give money,” she said. “We are there to work.” Ed Grisamore teaches journalism and creative writing at Stratford Academy in Macon. His column appears on Sundays in The Telegraph.
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Treasure Valley book events include talk by outdoors writer Natalie Bartley

Come bring your lunch and relax by our cozy fireplace as you listen to this acclaimed author's writing. Budding Wordsmiths: 4:30-5:30 p.m., Meridian Library at Silverstone, 3531 E. Overland Road. For aspiring young writers. Explore the craft and enjoyment of creative writing, eat snacks, play games and
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Authorities Arrest Suspect in Death of U Penn Student

Bernstein attended the Orange County High School of the Arts for creative writing. He was recently chosen to edit a culinary magazine on campus. Copyright 2018 The Associated Press. All rights reserved. This material may not be published, broadcast, rewritten or redistributed. Tags: Pennsylvania
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WI13: Independent Publishers to Meet at Winter Institute

It seems only fitting that small and midsize independent presses should meet at Winter Institute. After all, as Dan Simon, Seven Stories publisher and Independent Publishers Caucus cofounder, says, IPC wouldn't even exist but for the annual gathering of indie booksellers. At Winter Institute in Denver in
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Facebook Newsfeed Changes Have Publishers Worried

“In response to all the recent changes from Facebook, publishers are doubling down on channels they can more directly influence such as direct, referral and email. We always recommend publishers have a well-rounded and diverse footprint for distributing content — whether it's Facebook, Google,
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Everything to Know About Facebook's Big News Feed Change

Facebook has likely had enough of these kinds of editorial dilemmas, as the company has long argued it's not a media company in the traditional sense, but rather a platform that happens to distribute other publishers' content. Showing less of this kind of content eliminates some headache for Facebook,
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Countersuit Filed Against E-40 in 'Captain Save a Hoe' Book Trademark Case

So, it's no surprise the song took off in the urban market and became one of 40 Water's most well-known songs. Because it's left such a significant mark on his career, E-40 made the decision last November to sue the publishers of a book with the same title. And now, those publishers are countersuing
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Writers group talks about self-publishing

The Carpinteria Writers Group will hold a panel discussion on self-publishing on Thursday, Jan. 25, at 7:30 p.m. at the Carpinteria Library's multipurpose room, 5141 Carpinteria Ave. Contact Suzanne at.
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