Trade dispute results in tariffs adding significant cost for newsprint

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Trade dispute results in tariffs adding significant cost for newsprint

“If this decision is allowed to stand, it will result in significant long-term cost increases for our company,” said Bradley M. Harmon, president of the GateHouse Media Central U.S. Publishing Operations and publisher of The Columbus Dispatch. “On behalf of our employees and our customers, we join with
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WSU Vancouver launches Creative Writers Series Jan. 24

VANCOUVER, Wash. – Six professional writers from the Pacific Northwest will speak at Washington State University Vancouver on six Wednesday nights between Jan. 24 and April 11. The talks are free and open to the public as part of the annual Creative Writers Series (formerly the Professional Writers
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Carmel reopens River Road before project completion

The city has completed its portion of reconstructing the road south of 146th Street into a two-lane boulevard and adding a roundabout at Cherry Creek Boulevard, but Duke Energy has not relocated some of its utility poles. The Carmel Street Dept. on Jan. 11 placed barricades around the poles to allow
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Local first graders publish book

MERIDIAN, Miss. (WTOK) — It's not often that small children get a chance to publish a book, but that's exactly what first graders have done at T.J. Harris Lower Elementary School in Meridian. Back in October, Miss Kelsey Mizenko's class started writing and decided to get the stories published. Earlier this
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Jitney Books Stakes Out the Miami Literary Scene

Jitney Books, a micropublishing venture launched in late 2017 by J.J. Colagrande, a novelist and full-time professor at Miami Dade College, is a good example of how a publisher with little capital can launch a small house with a list of talented but unknown writers. The press, which is named after the
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WI13: Tennessee's Distribution Powerhouse

One measure of Ingram's growth as a distributor is that more than a third, or 34, of the 93 publisher sponsors of Winter Institute are either distributed by Ingram Publisher Services or use Ingram's third-party logistics. With its purchase of the distribution arm of the Perseus Books Group in March 2016, the
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Book Deals: Week of January 15, 2018

The publisher compared the novel to dystopian works like The Handmaid's Tale and Leni Zumas's Red Clocks; it's set in a near future when women are allowed to speak only 100 words a day and are forbidden from having jobs. Hwang said the novel is a “subversive” work that “vibrates with an energy
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