ALA Youth Media Awards 2018: Newbery, Caldecott, Printz, Stonewall

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ALA Youth Media Awards 2018: Newbery, Caldecott, Printz, Stonewall

In the US, the American Library Association (ALA), has announced the winners of its Youth Media Awards, including the Newbery and Caldecott medals. Erin Entrada Kelly's Hello, Universe (HarperCollins) was awarded the 2018 Newbery Medal for the most distinguished contribution to American
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Assault Spy Marks Exciting Times in NISA Publishing

The range of games at this year's NIS America Press Event implied to some extent that NISA is gearing up to expand their publishing library further on all fronts. Part of that includes taking risks with promising IPs old or new and bringing them into the light. Re-polished and refreshed for modern systems,
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Rupert Murdoch reportedly threatened to publicly condemn Facebook back in 2016 if it didn't do a …

Rupert Murdoch reportedly confronted Mark Zuckerberg in front of witnesses in 2016, demanding Facebook adjust its business model to be a better partner to the publishing industry. The conversation seemed to spur some action at Facebook, though not enough, and Facebook is expected to make a
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Amazon to Lay off Hundreds

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Amazon to Lay off Hundreds

The Times went on to report that the layoffs line up with cuts in Amazon divisions outside Seattle, including self-publishing arm Createspace, which is conducting its second round of layoffs in two years, and Zappos, which laid off roughly 30 people. Amazon CEO and founder Jeff Bezos and other
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Amar Ekushey Book Fair: Humayun Ahmed books still bestsellers

Five of his books including multiple collections of his stories have been popular at the fair since the beginning. Publishers and book lovers ubiquitously told the Dhaka Tribune that no writer has yet been able to replace the great Humayun in the mind of the bookworm. Humayun's first work “Nondito
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An alginate film-based degradable triboelectric nanogenerator

Alginate, as a natural linear polysaccharide derived from brown sea algae, has the advantage of low toxicity, good biocompatibility, and biodegradability, which has aroused wide interests in recent years. In this study, a degradable triboelectric generator based on an alginate film is presented.
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William R. Jackson, PhD, Recognized for Commitment to Scientific Research

GOLDEN, Colo., Feb. 12, 2018 /PRNewswire-iReach/ — William R. Jackson, PhD, is a distinguished biographee of Marquis Who's Who. As in all Marquis Who's Who biographical volumes, individuals profiled are chosen from among a pool of the most prominent professionals and are selected on the
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Home Place leader challenges Altman for Hamilton County Council seat

Matt Milam, who led the residential group that opposed Carmel's annexation of Home Place, has filed to run against incumbent Christine Altman for Hamilton County commissioner District 1. Milam, an operations specialist at Reindeer Auto Solutions, has never run for public office but said he was
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What Strategist Readers Are Buying: Skin-Perfecting Lotion and White T-Shirts

After dropping out of the last top five, the gold and snail eye patches are back again, de-puffing the eyes of Strat readers who buy 60 of them for 11 bucks. That means last installment's number one drops to number two: those pimple-shrinking patches that beauty writer Rio Viera-Newton can't get enough
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Peel Hunt Boosts Bloomsbury Publishing (BMY) Price Target to GBX 210

Bloomsbury Publishing logo Bloomsbury Publishing (LON:BMY) had its target price hoisted by research analysts at Peel Hunt from GBX 200 ($2.76) to GBX 210 ($2.90) in a research note issued on Wednesday, January 17th. The firm currently has an “add” rating on the stock. Peel Hunt's target price
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Professor to publish new novel inspired by true events

Anthony Grooms has been a literature teacher in countries such as Ghana and Sweden, but since 1994 he has worked as a professor at KSU, specializing in creative writing, short stories and literature. His newest novel, titled “The Vain Conversation,” is inspired by true events and tells the story of life in
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DeVries McConnell to appear in 'Cinderella'

Rebecca DeVries McConnell will reprise her role as the “Fairy Godmother' at Beef & Boards. (Submitted photo). “The kids don't hesitate to react vocally when they are excited, and it's thrilling to get that instant feedback from them,” DeVries McConnell said. “One of my favorite parts about doing the
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Folha de S. Paulo stops publishing on Facebook and editor says other newspapers may follow suit

Folha de S. Paulo, the newspaper with the largest circulation in Brazil, surprised the news industry on Feb. 8 by announcing it would stop publishing content on Facebook as its directors believe that recent changes in the social network's algorithm diminish the visibility of professional journalism and favor
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WH: Media puts national security at risk by publishing classified info

White House press secretary Sarah Huckabee Sanders on Monday accused reporters of putting national security at risk by publishing classified information. Revelations that former staff secretary Rob Porter received an interim security clearance despite an FBI investigation that turned up allegations of
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Special People and Book Publishing

It is a safe contention that few people whose primary career motivation is “to get rich” go into book publishing. What attracts folks to our business are other life objectives. Over the six decades I've been interacting with publishing professionals, I have come to see that reality as a feature, not a bug.
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Israeli duo takes street art to museums

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Israeli duo takes street art to museums

Mintz started writing poetry during her mandatory military service, where she penned dozens of poems inspired by the frustration, pressure and depression she experienced. She graduated from the Department of Fine Arts and the Department of Creative Writing at Minshar School of Art, Tel Aviv, and
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How do I change my publishing date?

Try the contact us link at the bottom of the page and quote the ASIN number. But why would you want to and if you do you will need a good excuse to persuade them to change it. Publish in haste, regret in leisure. I know about that too. 🙂
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Britain, Brace Yourself For 'Thundersnow'

Britain's been surviving its fair share of wintry weather of late, with more wind and snow set to come swirling over the country for the whole of this week. But this isn't just any weather, oh no. What we can look forward to is one of the rarer, cooler-named weather phenomenons to hit the UK: thundersnow.
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The Top Selling Athletic Shoes of 2017 Might Surprise You

Despite brands investing millions of dollars into marketing for the latest and greatest sneakers, the top 10 best-selling list for 2017 isn't dominated by any of them. Matt Powell, senior industry advisor for sports with The NPD Group, unveiled via Twitter the 10 looks that sold the most last year. The lineup
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Valencia Writer Looking To Publish Anti-Bullying Book Series

The book series, Junga, The Dancing Yeti, was written by Valencia resident Stephen Tako. Tako said he wrote the books to help children who may be the target of bullying because of their differences. “Children with low self-esteem, anxiety, depression or gender identification issues are at a higher risk
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Book on Israel's covert assassinations becomes bestseller

“Rise and Kill First: The Inside Story and Secret Operations of Israel's Assassinations,” published on January 30 and penned by Yedioth Ahronoth award winning journalist Dr. Ronen Bergman, has also been received with wide critical acclaim, with top critics calling it “an exceptional work” and “a
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Life experiences relayed in Inprint's memoir workshops – Houston Chronicle

Many of the writers who lead the workshops are University of Houston Creative Writing Program students and alumni. These workshops typically run from September to May and meet on a weekly basis, with each group meeting for 1½- to two-hour sessions a week. According to Parikh, they are focused
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CSU experiment could hurt students

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CSU experiment could hurt students

Nationally, about half of students entering two-year colleges and 20 percent of those entering four-year universities take remedial courses in math, reading, or writing, falling farther behind their peers and becoming less likely to complete their degrees. Studies peg the cost of remediation at between $3
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Best-selling children's author urges Chester students to turn to writing

She said: “Strong female characters are close to my heart – my writing is full of them as is the work of some of my favourite authors like Roald Dahl, Philip Pullman and of course JK Rowling. “I hope this competition inspires children who love reading to give writing a go themselves, to explore their own
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Amazon confirms job cuts at Seattle headquarters, hundreds of positions impacted

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Amazon confirms job cuts at Seattle headquarters, hundreds of positions impacted

The company has announced plans to cut other positions recently, including 58 jobs, mostly in customer service in South Carolina, at its self-publishing unit Createspace, as well as about 30 jobs at online shopping site Zappos. Amazon is coming off one of its strongest holiday shopping periods ever,
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Celebrate 'Black Panther' and see a 'Stranger Things' star at the Long Beach Comic Expo

The event has a variety of panels, including “Shelfing Yourself – Adventures in Self-Publishing,” at 4 p.m. on Saturday. Comic entrepreneurs Buddy Scalera, Dean Haspiel, Barbara Randall Kesel and Neo Edmund will talk about the fun and not-so-fun aspects of making your own books. If horror is your
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Web and Publishing Team Lead

Corporate and Shared Services (CSS) is a business unit of the Treasury that provides corporate services to the three central agencies: the Treasury, SSC and the DPMC. Within IT, our Information Management Teams consists of Web & Publishing and Information Services & Records. Our Web
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Harvard Teaches Graduate Course on Crap

“French literature, from the Middle Ages to today, has been consistently and remarkably scatological,” according to the Harvard course catalog. “Fecal matter is omnipresent in works and authors that we consider canonical (e.g. the fabliaux, Rabelais, de Sade, Beckett, Celine) and yet its presence has
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Valley Advocate sponsors scholarship for Juniper Summer Writing Institute

If you' re a poet, author of fiction, or creative nonfiction writer living in the Pioneer Valley, you may have the opportunity to win a full scholarship to the Juniper Summer Writing Institute in Amherst, June 17 to 24th. The scholarship is made possible by the Valley Advocate. The 2018 Valley Advocate
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UrbanStems and Vogue: Blooming in Style

We'll also have our Jackie – one of our perennial best sellers – which is a mix of greens and roses and calla lilies. And of course, we are offering our Vogue bouquets, and there are red roses in one of the bouquets – The Nicole – that Nicole Phelps, the runway director for Vogue, designed. Where do
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ARKATEXT LITERARY FESTIVAL SET FOR FEB. 19-23

CONWAY—The University of Central Arkansas creative writing program will host the ArkaText literary festival, the annual celebration of Arkansas writers, Feb. 19-23. ArkaText features readings, presentations and craft lectures. Assistant Professor of Creative Writing Sandy Longhorn said the festival
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Letter to the Editor: In defense of the students who walked out on Rosen

As an anthropologist teaching in the Princeton Writing Program whose courses regularly involve offensive material, I would like to weigh in on the recent controversy surrounding Lawrence Rosen's use of the N-word in his class. In short, I write in support of the students who walked out on Rosen.
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Gargantuan Isabella Eatery Is Confusing Customers

The Top Chef alum's multi-concept food hall kicked off with a mini version of his flagship Italian restaurant, Graffiato; a new all-day cafe called … an ode to Mediterranean-themed Arroz and a catch-all grand dining room, a reservations-friendly space serving best sellers from select Isabella Eatery stands.
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Researchers debate whether journals should publish signed peer reviews

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Researchers debate whether journals should publish signed peer reviews

CHEVY CHASE, MARYLAND—Scientific journals should start routinely publishing the text of peer reviews for each paper they accept, said attendees at a meeting last week of scientists, academic publishers, and funding organizations. But there was little consensus on whether reviewers should have to
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Insights: Facebook Takes A Hard Turn, But Can Publishers Follow?

Insights is a weekly series featuring entertainment industry veteran David Bloom. It represents an experiment of sorts in digital-age journalism and audience engagement with a focus on the intersection of entertainment and technology, an area that David has written about and thought about and been
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Kelly, Cordell, LaCour Win Newbery, Caldecott, Printz

Erin Entrada Kelly has won the 2018 John Newbery Medal for her novel Hello, Universe (Greenwillow), edited by Virginia Duncan. Matthew Cordell has won the 2018 Randolph Caldecott Medal for Wolf in the Snow (Feiwel and Friends), edited by Liz Szabla. And Nina LaCour has won the 2018 Michael
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bKash offers cash back on book purchase at 'Ekushey Book Fair'

As part of this offer, bKash customers will only have to pay 32.5 percent less than the cover prices of the books. The cash back is applicable on top of the publishers' 25 percent discount on cover prices at the fair. bKash will reimburse 10 percent of the book price after the publisher's discount in
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Programmable DNA Switches and their Applications

DNA switches are ideally suited for numerous nanotechnological applications, and increasing efforts are being directed toward their engineering. In this review, we discuss how to engineer these switches starting from the selection of a specific DNA-based recognition element, to its adaptation and
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To Be Finally Freed from the Clutches of 'Fifty Shades of Grey'

Edward and Bella became props in a pro-life PSA, and the bestsellers launched a series of spectacularly bad films, which launched the careers of two major stars, whose subsequent relationship our future president Donald Trump tweeted about not once, but eleven times. Now, thirteen years after a
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Hungry Girl: Sweet and Spicy Steak Bites You Can Make in a Slow Cooker

Lisa Lillien is the author of the popular Hungry Girl website and email newsletter, featuring smart, funny advice on guilt-free eating. She is also the author of twelve books, six of which debuted at number one on the New York Times Best Sellers list. Read her PEOPLE.com blog every Monday for
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Managing Editor

Reporting to the Publisher, the Managing Editor will be responsible for overseeing and working with authors and staff editors on the development of book manuscripts ranging from middle-grade fiction, to literary and commercial fiction, and non-fiction titles. The Managing Editor must be highly-driven,
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JW Player and SpotX ink video player bidding agreement

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JW Player and SpotX ink video player bidding agreement

SpotX has announced an integration with JW Player, a partnership offers header bidding-like monetization opportunities for publishers, with Rolling Stone publisher Penske Media already testing the technology. The partnership will see the pair – JW Player is a video streaming provider and SpotX a
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Dovetail Triples Showroom Space at High Point Market

Dovetail recently announced that it has expanded its presence at High Point Market and moved to a significantly larger space located in Market Square (MS142). At 16,000-square-feet, the new two-level Dovetail showroom is more than three times the size of its previous space in the Suites at Market
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MSU Writer-in-Residence to promote appreciation for reading

Writer-in-Residence visits are “tremendously beneficial for students, who get to spend some sustained time learning from a prestigious writer at the top of his or her field,” said Catherine Pierce, MSU associate professor of English and co-director of the university's creative writing program. Pierce said
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'The Underground Railroad' author Colson Whitehead visits campus

Whether they were students of library science adding to the DLAS, history students who had used the resource for research, African American and African Diaspora studies students analyzing Whitehead's work for their dissertations or MFA in Creative Writing students at the beginning of their careers,
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Publisher's Notebook: Getting to know the community

I joined the Daily Astorian as publisher on Dec. 1, and had only ever visited here once before. However, my husband and I have always vacationed on the central Oregon coast and hoped to someday move to the ocean. Since we've been here, we find that we have connections we hadn't expected.
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SXSWEdu Preview: disruptED Is Bringing Books To Life Through AR and VR

With augmented reality they are creating the “pop up” book of the future. From cover to cover, students engage with 3d animations, sound effects, narration and other special effects that keep the students intrigued and engaged. Through these AR enabled books, publishers and disruptED are able to
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New James Bond Novel Is a Prequel to Fleming's First

This is Mr. Horowitz's second venture, authorized by the Fleming estate, into 007 terrain; his first Bond novel, “Trigger Mortis,” was published by Jonathan Cape (Fleming's original publishers) in 2015 to approving reviews. Both books make use of treatments that Fleming wrote for an American television
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Astro Poets Find Meaning in the Stars, One Tweet at a Time

Dimitrov, 33, has written three books since 2013 and has taught creative writing at several colleges, including Columbia University, Rutgers, and Marymount Manhattan. Dimitrov previously worked as the senior content editor at the Academy of American Poets, where he edited the popular Poem-a-Day
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Bruce Campbell Talks the Future; He's Writing and Wants to Direct More Movies

Well, he's hopeful that Ash will again return in a fourth season of the Starz series, but that of course all depends on how many people tune in to watch Season 3 this year. Thinking ahead, past “Ash vs. Evil Dead,” Campbell just revealed in a chat with BadTV.it that he wants to get back in the director's
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Bogin '18 and Monson '18 Score Creative Residency at Goodspeed

Molly Bogin '18 and Tekla Monson '18 represented Wesleyan in the university's inaugural program with the Johnny Mercer Writers Colony at Goodspeed Musicals in East Haddam, Connecticut, last month. The students joined 36 established and emerging composers and lyricists to participate in the
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“Just Don't Start” program topic for Jackson Rotary

Polcyn is a member of the drama club, Tri-M Music Honors Society and International Thespian Society. She will be attending John Carroll University and plans to double major in English-Creative Writing and History. She would like to become an English or history teacher and an author. Submitted copy.
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Publishing Internship at Tara Books

Publishing internship at Tara Books for German applicants. On Tara's internship programme, you will live and work with us for one year. We provide accommodation in our studio flat, which is on the third floor of our space called BookBuilding. You will have your own room – with shared facilities when
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A Chemically-Responsive bis-Acridinium Receptor

A dicationic receptor based on two acridinium moieties linked by a triphenylene spacer has been studied in solution and in the solid state. The recognition moieties, namely acridiniums, have been exploited to evidence a host-guest response of the receptor with electron rich guests. Upon addition of
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Canyon Crest Academy's Creative Writing Club Brings Hollywood to San Diego for the 7th Annual …

Canyon Crest Academy's Creative Writing Club has announce the three speakers at the 7th Annual CCA Writers' Conference who will be sharing their screenwriting and producing experience in Hollywood with attendees. The 7th Annual Canyon Crest Academy Writers' Conference will be held on
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Apple News picks up iHeartRadio entertainment news in latest publisher expansion

Apple News also recently kicked off its 2018 Winter Olympics coverage in partnership with NBC Olympics. The robust featured section includes content from various Apple News publishers, schedule tracking with calendar syncing, medal recaps, and much more. Apple News is available in the US, UK,
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yellowl publishing

Great work from a designer in the Dribbble community; your best resource to discover and connect with designers worldwide.
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Tell Me a Story Publishing Looking for Manuscripts

NEW YORK–(BUSINESS WIRE)–TELL ME A STORY PUBLISHING, co-founded by Todd Friedman and Lydia Hilton, is a new publishing company based in Los Angeles, California. “Moreover, stories that seek to show the lesser-known paths that some take while attempting to solve the same universal
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Book Manufacturers' Institute Joins Stop Tariffs on Print and Publishers Coalition

STOPP ORMOND BEACH, Fla. – February 12, 2018 – The Book Manufacturers' Institute (BMI) officially joined the STOPP Coalition, which stands for Stop Tariffs on Print and Publishers. The STOPP Coalition consists of printers, publishers, and paper suppliers, as well as their associated trade groups,
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HEA to withhold publishing of a new report on UL's mismanagement

The Higher Education Authority (HEA) has decided to abstain from publishing a follow-up report on the inquiry into the University of Limerick (UL). The decision has been made on account of several persons referenced in the report being currently involved in High Court proceedings. Matters relating to
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'Hello, Universe' wins Newbery Medal, while Caldecott goes to 'Wolf In The Snow'

Matthew Cordell | Macmillan Children's Publishing Group. “Fairy tale elements in a strong sense of color and geometry offer an engrossing, emotionally charged story,” the judges said in their commendation. Still, these two prize winners were not the only authors and illustrators to emerge with honors
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Short Order: Red Hook Grill

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Short Order: Red Hook Grill

One of Red Hook's best dishes is the Caribbean bean soup ($4.75). Vegan and full of umami, the humble broth comprises tomatoes, black and red beans, cilantro and lime juice. And it's easy to see why the crab-stuffed tilapia ($14.75) is one of the restaurant's best-sellers. Fresh crab meat complements
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Sandvik to highlight best-sellers at ScotPlant

THE mobile crushing and screening division of Sandvik Mining and Rock Technology will be highlighting the best-selling models within its mobile crushing and screening portfolio at this year's ScotPlant exhibition at the Royal Highland Centre, Edinburgh, from 20–21 April. On display will be the QJ341
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The 'CRPG Book Project' Is A Magnificent Love Letter To Computer RPGs

One of the striking features of the CRPG Book Project is how good it looks. The book is so well designed, and the pages so beautifully laid out I asked Pepe if he has professional experience in book publishing. He has a 10-year background in video editing, but book publishing was a new thing for him
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Area roundup: Parenting, senior wellness classes offered

… have an all-day celebration of Mary Shelley's “Frankenstein” 11 a.m.-7:30 p.m. Feb. 22, including an all-day read-a-thon of the book, a monster storytime for children starting at 11 a.m., kid-friendly art activities, three Frankenstein movies, a creative writing contest, teen activities and a naturalist speaker.
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AMZN Stock Price Rises As Amazon Reportedly Lays Off Hundreds

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AMZN Stock Price Rises As Amazon Reportedly Lays Off Hundreds

Self-publishing platform CreateSpace recently laid off 50 employees—its second round of layoffs in the last two years—and shoe seller Zappos recently cut 30 people. Last year, Amazon subsidiary Quidsi laid off 250 employees. While Amazon has performed cutbacks in some areas, the company has
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Seattle Times: Amazon cutting several hundred HQ jobs

”Hundreds” more will be laid off elsewhere in the tech giant's global operations including at self-publishing unit Createspace and footwear seller Zappos. The layoffs primarily focus on the consumer retail business. Insiders say rapid growth left some units over budget and overstaffed. Amazon broadly
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"It's kind of stagnant": Entrepreneurial guru Gary Vaynerchuk thinks the book trade needs to step up

Self-publishing in 2008 was basically left to people at the bottom of the bottom. I set a unique book deal with Harper Studios when it was a start-up within Harper Collins, which allowed me to get a headline in the Wall Street Journal that said, “Gary Vaynerchuk, signs a 10 book, one million dollar deal”,
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Rupert Murdoch pressured Facebook for changes to help news publishers: report

Murdoch was concerned that companies like Facebook and Google had been vacuuming up much of the online advertising money that news publishers had relied upon. According to the report, Murdoch shared his concerns at a meeting with Zuckerberg and suggested that his company would push
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B&N Bestsellers in Science Fiction & Fantasy: January 2018

At the end of each month, we share lists of B&N's current bestsellers in the genre, from new hardbacks, to trade paperbacks, to mass markets and media.
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SpotX, JW Player Offering Header Bidding For Videos

Video ad serving platform SpotX and independent video platform JW Player said they are launching Video Player Bidding, which enable header bidding and other features in a single-click system. Publishers who use JW Player can use Video Player Bidding to reduce latency and improve monetization
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'Sightwitch' art reveal and interview with Susan Dennard

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'Sightwitch' art reveal and interview with Susan Dennard

From New York Times' bestselling author Susan Dennard comes a companion novella to her epic Witchlands series. Sightwitch is a prequel, but it's also an experiment in narration— a novella told in first person through journal entries and artwork. Through this innovative storytelling technique, Ryber
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Vans Chima Pro 2 Photos & Interview

Yeah, this one has a side stripe where as my first shoe didn't. It's still a low-profile shoe that's basically good for your feet. And these will have the Ultra-Cush Lite 3-D insole too. They're a little firmer but have really good impact resistance. I'm hyped on them. You're standing next to KWalks right now, did
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Critically acclaimed writing teacher, Writers' Workshop professor calls attention to aesthetics

Margot Livesey, a 30-year veteran of teaching creative writing, gives a master class at the Iowa Writers' Workshop in fall 2017. Growing up surrounded by educators, Livesey wanted to do something different. Yet, the critically acclaimed author eventually ended up teaching at the prestigious Iowa Writers'
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Madeleine McCann Investigators 'Ask For More Cash' To Continue Search

Police investigating the disappearance of schoolgirl Madeleine McCann have reportedly asked for more money in order to continue their search for the girl, which has cost over £11million so far. The Metropolitan Police – in charge of police activity across London – are believed to have approached the
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Physician Assistant

Find the top health care books on counseling, gerontology, nursing, healthcare administration, psychology, public health, rehabilitation & social work.
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Ashok Kumar Malhotra honoured as the 'Publishing Icon' at International Publishers Congress 2018

Shri Ashok Kumar Malhotra, perhaps the youngest publisher ever who published a self-authored book when he was just 13, was a true visionary; he dreamt of creating an MBD product for every literate person. He was a force in shaping the publishing sector in India and elsewhere; not only did he
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Harvard Business Publishing Identifies Characteristics of Succes

Harvard Business Publishing has identified three attributes that are vital in creating meaningful development programs for midlevel leaders: learning that's relevant, learning that's immediately actionable, and learning that meets leaders where they are. BOSTON (PRWEB) February 12, 2018.
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