Publisher moves up release of James Comey memoir to April 17

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Publisher moves up release of James Comey memoir to April 17

NEW YORK (AP) – Noting that the FBI is “under intense scrutiny,” James Comey's publisher is moving up the release date of his memoir “A Higher Loyalty.” Flatiron Books told The Associated Press on Wednesday that is moving up publication from May 1 to April 17. Flatiron President Bob Miller and
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Daedalus Books Closes Wholesale Division

Substantial changes are afoot for Daedalus Books & Music, one of the oldest remainder companies in the United States. The Columbia, Md.-based company has shuttered its wholesale business and appears to have sold its retail operations to a company based in Hudson, Ohio. News about the closure
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Police move to publish photos of suspects draws fire from activists

AMMAN — Legal experts and activists on Wednesday criticised a recent decision by the Public Security Department (PSD) to publish photos of detained suspects, mainly in armed robberies, saying it violated their basic right to fair trials. Meanwhile, officials and veteran lawyers said there are no articles
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Snapchat revamp gets full-scale UK rollout

Snap pays publishers creating content for Discover a portion of the ad revenue it makes from their media. It paid publishers more than $100m (£72.05m) in 2017, a $42m (£30.26m) increase from 2016. And the number of media partners working with the company has grown fivefold in the past three
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How the Dallas Mavericks Could Trade with the Lakers

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How the Dallas Mavericks Could Trade with the Lakers

Can the Mavericks still offer them a good deal? The news today about the Los Angeles Lakers focusing on the 2019 free agency period was a bit surprising. Not only were the Lakers expected to be one of the top sellers leading up to the trade deadline, most people assumed they were cleaning house in
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Calldorado Announce $12 Million App Growth Fund

COPENHAGEN, Denmark–(BUSINESS WIRE)–Copenhagen-based ad tech company Calldorado have announced a substantial fund of $12 million USD to help talented mobile app developers and publishers by financially supporting their apps' growth and success in the competitive Android app
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Barnes & Noble Inc (NYSE:BKS) Institutional Investor Positioning Change

Also Fool.com published the news titled: “3 Great Reasons to Sell Barnes & Noble, Inc. Stock” on January 18, 2018. Businesswire.com's news article titled: “Barnes & Noble Announces Barnes & Noble Pressâ„¢, an Enhanced Self-Publishing …” with publication date: January 24, 2018 was also an
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The Poet Muse

MYLES: I was kind of bumping against it in college when I started taking writing workshops and realized I was kind of good at it. But it wasn't until I came to New York when I was 24, and if I met you at a party, when someone would ask, 'So what do you do?' I'd say, 'I'm a poet.' It was kind of a professional
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View on Film: Cameron is gold, but four more 'Avatars'?

The film went way over budget, so much so that Cameron gave up his fee for directing and writing. It all worked, of course, with “Titanic” becoming the biggest film at the time. It was an astonishing feat, especially considering that three-hour-long films don't have as many showings as two-hour films.
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Elizabeth Alexander '84 named president of Mellon Foundation

She also taught at New York University's Graduate Creative Writing Program. Yale President Peter Salovey said that Alexander “will be a passionate spokesperson for the ideas of Mellon and the humanities and the arts; this is what she does every day. She is visionary. She has the ability to embody and
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Feature: Joyful Partnership

Who wants to work hard in the age of the smartphone and the dating app? Good question. Fairfax-based couple's therapist George Taylor wrote a book that's meant to streamline the hard work and provide some workable exercises—the self-published A Path for Couples: Ten Practices for Love and Joy.
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Yorkville Public Library adult programs

Speakers will include representatives from the University of Illinois Extension and The Conservation Foundation. Creative Writing Group: Tuesday, Feb. 27, 7 p.m. Whether you are looking to write the next thriller, your biography, a short story, or even develop your professional writing skills, this program
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Now read this: AWP 2018 Writer's Conference and Book Fair hits in March

Many locals will be attending the conference as speakers — such as English and creative writing professors from the University of South Florida and the University of Tampa. Some of the panel discussions will include themes often associated with Florida writers and stories— for example, “The Frontier
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Woodson Institute's 'August in Perspective: Creative Responses' Calls to Body and Soul

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Woodson Institute's 'August in Perspective: Creative Responses' Calls to Body and Soul

The program is made possible with support from the College and Graduate School of Arts & Sciences' initiative, “Collective Response: Moving Forward,” and from the UVA Arts Council, with participation from faculty members and students in dance, music, drama and creative writing. On Feb.
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Charqui Jerky gives Powell something to chew on

“It turned out to be one of our best sellers.” Salts said the business' initial success has led him and his partners to consider expanding to a larger facility. Salts and his partners — Eric and Pat Montgomery of Sunbury, who are his brothers, and Derek Burns of Orange Township — agree they want to keep
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Diana Goetsch, Inaugural Grace Paley Fellow at Eugene Lang, Trains Writers to Write

Goetsch, who teaches writing intensives and workshops across the country, including at the prestigious Iowa Writer's Workshop, believes that writers should be trained in the same way that dancers are trained to be ballerinas, or glass blowers apprentice in a workshop. Writing about her transition has
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Take Your eCommerce Store to the Next Level with These 5 AdWords Tips

By assigning campaign priorities, you can tell Google which campaign to choose first, if the same products are multiple campaigns, targeting the same area. The key is to give high priorities to best sellers, finely narrowed campaigns, and new arrivals, which can provide the biggest return on investment.
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Splendid book fair

I have also been invited as a guest of honour in some, such as the Montreal Book Fair which is one of the most important book fairs in North America. Many of these events (such as that in Frankfurt) are geared to specialists and are visited primarily by publishers keen to familiarise themselves with the
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The Greater Los Angeles Writers' Society Joins Forces with Black Chateau In 2018

The partnership includes collaboration with the West Coast Writer's Conferences and kicks off with the Saturday Keynote Presentation at Genre LA Creative Writing Conference. Los Angeles, CA – The Greater Los Angeles Writer's Society (GLAWS), the organizer of the West Coast Writer's Conferences
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​Windows 10 laptops: HP just updated its best-sellers with new premium features

HP Inc has updated its best-selling business line — the HP EliteBook 800 series — with new security and collaboration tools previously only offered on premium models. The company has also added new features to its ZBook 14u/15u mobile workstations and introduced a new Thunderbolt dock. HP said
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Walker: Remembering Louise and other Mt. Pleasant heroes

We caught up briefly, and I shook his hand and expressed my gratitude that he gave me a shot at writing for publication in the newspaper he helmed. … Bruce Edward Walker (walker.editorial@gmail.com) is a Morning Sun columnist, contributor to The Federalist, creative-writing instructor, freelance writer
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Prose and poetry: Professor, author, poet Christina Kubasta to read with Bonnie Jo Campbell

KUBASTA: My poetry itself started to change — it became more prose-like: longer lines, more paragraph forms. I started writing things that fell sort of between poetry and prose. And teaching creative writing, as I was doing exercises alongside my students, I became more interested in doing more — more
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Agnesian HealthCare Volunteers invite public to book fair Feb. 14-16

FOND DU LAC – The Agnesian HealthCare Volunteers are hosting a book fair from Wednesday, Feb. 14, to Friday, Feb. 16, at Agnesian HealthCare's lobby concourse, 430 E. Division St., Fond du Lac. RELATED: Agnesian HealthCare accepting applications for summer student volunteers. RELATED:
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Official Artist of 2018 Toyota Grand Prix Says He's a “Racer With a Brush”

… Lucas Oil, The Mitty, SVRA, La Carrera Panamericana of Mexico and Auto Club Speedway posters, national automobile and motorcycle magazines and book publishers, as well as manufacturers such as Kawasaki USA, American Honda, and Yamaha USA, Toyota Motorsports, TRD and many others.
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Snapchat's makeover arrives: App rolls out redesign that separates 'Friends' and 'Discover' pages …

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Snapchat's makeover arrives: App rolls out redesign that separates 'Friends' and 'Discover' pages …

In an effort to make it even easier to use, Snapchat has overhauled its app with a fresh new redesign. The makeover to separate 'social' and 'media', creating a clear distinction between interactions with friends and content from publishers and creators. Snapchat now 'learns' who your favourite friends
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Special Collections Spring Lecture Series Begins this Week

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Special Collections Spring Lecture Series Begins this Week

April 5 – “On Tour: Promoting the Book”: Ted Ownby, director of the university's Center for the Study of Southern Culture; Kiese Laymon, professor of English and creative writing; and John T. Edge, director of the Southern Foodways Alliance, will discuss book publishing and touring. April 5 – “Art and the
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Real Romance Is Finding a Way to Eat Dinner With Your Wife in Quarantine

Susan Bishop Crispell earned a BFA in creative writing from the University of North Carolina at Wilmington. Born and raised in the mountains of Tennessee, she now lives 20 minutes from the beach in North Carolina with her husband and their literary-named cat. She is the author of The Secret
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How a bad grade at Virginia Tech inspired one of the country's top children's book authors

What got me writing poetry is my parents, who had exposed me to poetry at a very young age and then at Virginia Tech I had the opportunity to learn from Nikki Giovanni. I took three of her classes over three years and that sort of solidified my interest in poetry. That's when it moved beyond just being a
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Award-Winning Author Olivia Clare Visits UNO for Reading and Q&A

On Thursday, Feb. 1, poet and fiction writer Olivia Clare visited UNO for a reading of her published work and a discussion. Hosted in the liberal arts lounge by Creative Writing Workshop director Neal Walsh, the event was an opportunity for students and writers to not only sample Clare's literature, but to
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Idyllwild Arts branches out with auxiliary programs

… professional artists practical instruction in all visual arts [headed by David Reid-Marr], performing arts, sculpture, painting, photography, ceramics, jewelry, Native American arts, film and digital media, fashion design, dance, music, theater and creative writing,” according to the idyllwildarts.org website.
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A woman of (love) letters

A poet, activist and English and writing teacher at Anoka-Ramsey and North Hennepin community colleges, the Minnesota Prison Writing Workshop and the Loft Literary Center, Tannen will offer a two-days-before-Valentine's Day crash course in love letter writing for the romantically impaired and
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Calling all young writers and artists for the WQPT PBS KIDS Writers Contest

MOLINE, IL – WQPT announces its annual PBS KIDS Writers Contest empowering children in grades K-3 to celebrate creativity and build literacy skills by writing and illustrating their own stories. Stories, which must be the original work of the child, may be non-fiction, fiction, prose or poetry. Entries
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STEP UP Lacrosse Charity to hold fundraiser at Brian Boru

STEP UP Lacrosse Charity will host a fundraiser at the Brian Boru Restaurant and Pub on Thursday, March 1, 2018 from 5:00 p.m. to 10:00 pm. The authentic Irish pub is located at 489 Ritchie Hwy in Severna Park, Maryland. Funds raised during the event will go towards the self-publishing of a
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In Sarasota, James Patterson says he tries to save lives with books about killers

Before Little Brown took a chance in 1976 on his first book, “The Thomas Berryman Number,” James Patterson was turned down by 31 publishers. It went on to win an Edgar Award for best first novel and launch one of the most successful writing careers in history. “So, if you get turned down by
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URI professors explore new ways to teach writing

A renowned rhetoric and composition scholar who joined URI last fall, West-Puckett and other faculty launched a new introductory writing course this semester that helps students broaden their understanding of what it means to write in the 21st century. “The course underscores the idea that writing does
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Adult education booming at high school after number of courses double in last year

The school is running courses on computers, creative writing, beauty therapy, guitar and floristry. Community manager at the school said: “Westleigh is fully committed to its adult education programme which we run in partnership with Wigan Council. “We believe the strength of the community is integral
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World Fellows Program marks 16th year

He took advantage of the one-on-one media training provided by the World Fellows Program. Courses in corporate leadership and grand strategy helped expand his leadership skills, and a writing course helped him refine his communications skills. Upon returning home, he jumped into the rough-and
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I see you're writing a résumé?!.. LinkedIn parked in MS Word

Dubbed Resume Assistant, the new feature will, of course, require users to have both Office 365 and LinkedIn accounts, and it is limited to the English language. The assistant will need to be activated through the “Review” screen in Word, so there's no surprise Clippy-style “I see you're writing a…” dialog
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You'll never be embarrassed by writing errors again with WhiteSmoke… and it's over 80% off

WhiteSmoke is like having your old English teacher reading every word you write on any of your devices…without the withering judgment, of course. WhiteSmoke not only catches all your typos and syntax issues, it actually contextualizes your writing, then offers recommendations for corrections and
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USM encourages all ages to continue their education

Loretta Powers started her path to USM to become an educational tech, but instead became “inspired to write a book by a creative writing course I took at USM” While keeping her age anonymous, Powers described herself as a senior citizen. “I'm a senior, but not that kind,” Powers said. Any Maine
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Manga Publisher VIZ Media Debuts First Original Game From New Indie Program

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Manga Publisher VIZ Media Debuts First Original Game From New Indie Program

If you're a fan of either manga or anime, chances are you've heard of the renowned VIZ Media. For those that like to dabble in the video game world, they have just made an exciting announcement regarding a partnership with Portland studio Rose City Games to kickstart a new indie studio. Upon the
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Tronc announces deal to sell LA Times to billionaire investor

The deal, announced Wednesday, moves the Los Angeles Times to local ownership after 18 often-contentious years in the fold of the Chicago-based newspaper publisher, formerly known as Tribune Publishing. The deal is expected to close by early in the second quarter. “We are pleased to transition
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Indie Bookstores Celebrate Black History Month

On February 1, the bookstore hosted its annual Langston Hughes Creative Writing Awards, presented in partnership with the Lawrence Arts Center. One of the winners was poet Rachel Atakpa, who has been appearing at the Raven's Mic Supremacy open mic series. Caine started the series when he
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Today's Email Announcements

Feb. 6, 2018 – Award-winning author Miles Tager, author of Grandfather Mountain, A Profile will offer a 'Writing for Change' creative writing workshop at the Florence Thomas Art School from 12-4 p.m. on Saturday, Feb. 24. The Florence Thomas Art School is located in beautiful downtown West Jefferson
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GGN students shine

Students show certificates after taking part in an inter-class creative writing competition at the Devki Devi Jain Memorial College for Women on Wednesday. A Tribune photo. Ludhiana: It is a proud moment for Gujranwala Guru Nanak Khalsa College, Ludhiana, as two students bags two first prizes in
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The Berkshires Calendar for Feb. 8

Bushnell-Sage Library: Sing and Play for children ages 2 and up, 10 a.m., followed by storytime; Art for All, art stations set up for your creative spirit to soar, 3:15 to 4:15 p.m., … Writing From the Source: Creative writing workshop for all levels, 7 to 8 p.m., Church on the Hill Annex, 55 Main St., Lenox.
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City watchdog given deadline to publish RBS report

“For these reasons, the Committee has requested that the FCA publish the final definitive version of the report, or send it to the Committee, by Friday 16 February.” It came after Mr Bailey's hours long grilling by the committee, in which the taxpayer-owned bank's shortcomings were again under the
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96% of Star Wars Writers and Directors Are Men, and 100% Are White

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96% of Star Wars Writers and Directors Are Men, and 100% Are White

Variety's Maureen Ryan recently crunched the numbers on the Star Wars creative teams, and the results are definitely not diverse. By Ryan's count, 24 people have been hired to direct, write, or otherwise serve as the creative lead on one of the 17 planned or released Star Wars films. Of those 24
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Library system reduces hours, new release purchases because of budget cut

The purchase of best sellers will be reduced by 20 percent, which means there will be fewer new fiction and non-fiction copies available on the shelves and online, longer hold lists for new releases, and online service changes. Allowable loans from the libraries digital service already have been reduced
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Braille books not enough

“So far, we have published Braille version of 61 books,” said its founder Nazia. “But it is not enough.” “The visually impaired has the same rights… If Bangla Academy publishes books in Braille for them as well as compel big publishers to do the same, they [visually impaired] can also enjoy reading more
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An Unusual Alkylidyne Homologation

The reaction of [W( CH)Br(CO)2(dcpe)] (dcpe = 1,2-bis(dicyclohexylphosphino)ethane) with tBuLi and SiCl4 affords the trichlorosilyl ligated neopentylidyne complex [W( CtBu)(SiCl3)(CO)2(dcpe)]. This slowly reacts with H2O to afford [W( CCH2tBu)Cl3(dcpe)] and ultimately H2C=CHtBu via an
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Bookstore buys inventory from closed shop

“We have a great many books that pastors, students and lay readers will find of interest,” said Sue Smith, manager, Baker Book House. “We encourage buyers to come early for the best selection.” Selections include books from other publishers besides Eerdmans Publishing. The publishing side of the
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Alumni launch new book “Heroines of Gaming”

Altman is an adjunct faculty member in the English department, who graduated with a bachelor's in English and a master's in creative writing. Cardenas teaches at Fusion Academy in Los Angeles and got both his bachelor's and master's degree in creative writing at CSUN. Trista Payte, guest editor for
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Book features Mother Nature's toughest creatures

The goblin shark is one of 10 species featured in Brooklin author Kimberly Ridley's new natural history book “Extreme Survivors: Animals that Time Forgot” (Tilbury House Publishers, 2017, $17.95). The other species include zebra-striped chambered nautiluses, three-eyed tadpole shrimp and walking
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'Action Presidents' Graphic Novel Makes History Come Alive Again

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'Action Presidents' Graphic Novel Makes History Come Alive Again

… start as a self-published digital comic in 2013 but, Dunlavey explained, “Our two previous non-fiction comics, Action Philosophers and Comic Book History of Comics, were picked up by publishers after years of us self-publishing, and we thought, 'Oh, this is nice! Why don't we trying finding a publisher?
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Pulmonary Diseases in Refugees and Migrants in Europe

More than 2 million people fleeing conflict, persecution, and poverty applied for asylum between 2015 and 2016 in the European Union. Due to this, medical practitioners in recipient countries may be f.
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UPDATE 2-UK lawmakers may compel watchdog to publish RBS report

“I am going to write to you, probably in the next couple of days, with a clear request to publish and a timescale in which to publish.” Bailey told the committee the regulator would publish the report once its enforcement investigation into RBS had been completed, and those named in the report had had the
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EUHS to offer more electives

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EUHS to offer more electives

Advanced media and broadcasting II will give students the practical experience of gathering, writing, editing and producing video for broadcast media. Hands-on activities include set management, student shadowing, intern training, camera techniques, teleprompting, script writing, storyboarding and
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Two from ESU to receive Presidential Award for Diversity

Ralvell Rogers II, a graduating senior in English, Modern Language and Journalism with a focus in Creative Writing, embodies leadership, engagement and service toward multiculturalism and diversity that ESU strives to achieve. Rogers has been involved as a participant and leader in an impressive
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BJ's hires Australian book publisher COO to expand digital offerings

He joins the company from Australia travel book publisher Lonely Planet, where he was chief operating officer and responsible for leading the company's digital transformation. In his new role at BJ's, Seshadri will work on BJ's expansion of its omnichannel capabilities. He will lead the company's efforts
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Bengals Beat Writer Thinks Cedric Ogbuehi Had And Blew His Chance At LT

That is a pretty emphatic vote of no-confidence from one of the team's most well-known and informed beat writers, though that of course does not make him an expert in personnel nor in grading the performance of an offensive linemen. Some things are easier to tell than others, however. For what it's
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Contractor in Charge Offers Last-Minute Registration for “Profitable CEO” Event, Invites Local …

The Profitable CEO will also include an address from author Mike Michalowicz, whose Profit First system is one of the biggest business best-sellers in recent memory. “Profit First is a simple tweak to the way you view accounting, yet it can unlock the true money-making potential of your business—and
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Nottingham youth has its say on 'greening' the city

Nottingham for Nature has been developed through a series of creative sessions incorporating street art, creative writing and poetry to enable young people freely to express their concerns about environmental issues and share ideas about solutions to problems such as the loss of green space and air
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Tronc Sells Los Angeles Times After Battle With Shareholder

Tronc, formerly Tribune Publishing Co., announced on Wednesday, Feb. 7, it will sell the LA Times, The San Diego Union Tribune and other titles to Soon-Shiong, the newspaper company's second largest shareholder, for $500 million plus the assumption of $90 million in pension liabilities. The deal will
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Why 'Heart Berries' Author Therese Marie Mailhot Doesn't Use The Word "Resilient"

In Heart Berries, Mailhot cites a creative writing professor who requested the class “not to write about abortions or car wrecks.” I ask her if “don't write about this…” is perhaps just one more way to censor and silence women — and whether readers (and for example, critics of the #MeToo movement, and
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River Campus Announces Summer Arts Festival Dates and Shows

Events scheduled for this year's June 16 festival include live music, dance, theatrical performances, magic, visual arts displays, hands-on family-friendly art expression activities, museum exhibitions, musical instruments and animal petting zoos, creative writing workshops, an art walk, and other hands-on
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LA Times publisher Ross Levinsohn cleared of wrongdoing, will become CEO of new Tronc unit

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LA Times publisher Ross Levinsohn cleared of wrongdoing, will become CEO of new Tronc unit

L.A. Times publisher Ross Levinsohn cleared of wrongdoing, will become CEO of new Tronc unit … Los Angeles Times publisher and Chief Executive Ross Levinsohn has been cleared of wrongdoing following an investigation into his conduct, and he will move into a new role within the paper's parent
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The Latest: Tronc: Ex-Times publisher cleared of wrongdoing

Tronc Inc. says former Los Angeles Times publisher Ross Levinsohn has been cleared of wrongdoing after an investigation into why he was named a defendant in two sexual harassment lawsuits. Levinsohn will be reinstated at Tronc as CEO of its newly reorganized Tribune Interactive division.
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Womack Publishing Co. announces new regional bridal magazine

For many years, Womack Publishing has been a family owned and operated Newspaper Company serving Southern Virginia and Northeastern North Carolina, providing quality local news for the region. Recently, under the leadership of President Richard Ingram and Director of Operations Chad
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Drawn & Quarterly offers a Publishing Fellowship

D+Q is an independent 28-year old international graphic novel publisher that has outstanding production and editorial values; is a firm believer in creators' rights and sound business practices; and publishes on average 25 books a year by both new cartoonists and authors whom the company has been
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Taipei 2018: Publishers Explore a Unique Market

Frigid temperatures and two major earthquakes (at magnitudes 6.1 and 6.4 within the past four days) have not dampened the mood at the Taipei International Book Exhibition (TIBE). In fact, a total of 684 exhibitors—up from last year's 621—from 60 countries are taking part in the six-day annual event,
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Mini Guns developer Riposte Games signs two-game publishing deal with Furnace Games

Dallas-based developer Furnace Games has signed a publishing deal with Mini Guns developer Riposte Games for its next two games. The deal will see Riposte publish Furnace's upcoming game Dungeon Stars, which is set to launch on mobile, PC and consoles. The game is a hack 'n' slash dungeon
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FEMA contracted a one-woman company to provide 30 million meals for Puerto Ricans. It delivered …

The report did not name Tribute, but a Government Publishing Office spokesman confirmed that it was the Georgia company mentioned in the document. The office awarded Tribute 14 contracts totalling more than $80,000 from 2014-15, and the company “routinely delivered late,” the report said.
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Oprah Winfrey reveals her subsequent e-book membership decide: 'An American Marriage' by …

17 on USA TODAY's Best-Selling Books list. In 2016, Winfrey's anointment of Colson Whitehead's gave the novel a huge boost. It went on to win the Pulitzer Prize and the National Book Award. Winfrey's original book club started in 1996 and regularly created No. 1 best sellers. Since ending her talk
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Many Publishers Behind The Curve On GDPR Compliance: Matt Prohaska

“There are still some publishers that haven't gotten off the mat and gotten even reviewing their compliance, reviewing what their DMPs (data management platforms) are doing right now,” says Prohaska, who once worked at The New York Times and who now leads his own consultancy, in this video
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