Bill would publish names of those arrested for prostitution — and send their car to the 'crusher'

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Bill would publish names of those arrested for prostitution — and send their car to the 'crusher'

Rep. Clel Baudler says a bill he introduced in the Iowa House is intended to combat human trafficking, but a subcommittee Tuesday chose not to advance it out of concern it does more to harm victims than help. “I guess I don't see any way that this makes Iowa a better place to live,” said Rep.
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Woodland Way: Publishing Is A 'Family Affair'

“Our mission is to publish books that promote things like kindness, respect, empathy, resilience, and laughter. I think that those five particular values are really important for a growing family and for parents to share with their children,” said Sarah Dawgert, co-founder of Woodland Way. Sarah Dawgert and
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Marketers and Publishers Keep Focus On “Data Centricity,” 44% Expect Sophistication By 2019

The IAB Data Center of Excellence and the Data & Marketing Association (DMA) have released “The Data-Centric Organization 2018,” the results of a survey showing that U.S. marketers and publishers remain intensely focused on achieving “data centricity” across their organizations, with 90%
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Horizon Zero Dawn Receives Award for Best Video Game Writing

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Horizon Zero Dawn Receives Award for Best Video Game Writing

Accepting the award on behalf of the writing team at Guerrilla Games, Narrative Director John Gonzalez and Lead Writer Benjamin McCaw thanked the writers for telling the story, and of course revealed their love of writing as well. “As writers who care deeply about the craft of telling stories, it's incredibly
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Publishing Briefs: Big Deal Signs Cy Coleman's Notable Music; James Fauntleroy Teams With …

“We've got an independent publishing team that spans virtually every territory in the world, comprised of some of the most talented executives in the business. The fact that peermusic and Big Deal Music both agreed to work with the band is a testament to the creative thinkers that make up these two great
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Your Search For The Wear-Everyday Mule Ends Here

Having just launched on February 6, these shoes had a wait list of 480 people — which explains why some sizing in the tan colorway are already selling out; the mules also come in black and olive, but the latter is limited-edition with just 150 pairs up for grabs. And, they don't just look good, either:
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Publisher paywalls are coming to Facebook's iOS app

Typically, Apple charges a 30 percent fee on subscriptions purchased within native iOS apps. It also forbids apps from linking out to publisher websites to circumvent the fee. It's not clear how an agreement was reached, but Apple will now let Facebook bend the rules. Starting March 1, when a user hits a
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Reading Between The Lines: Der Vang And Whitehead @ Newark

Last week saw the continuation of the year-long academic showcase Writers at Newark Reading Series, hosted by Rutgers University-Newark's MFA Creative Writing program. On Tuesday, February 6, students, professors and Brick City residents welcomed Walt Whitman award-winning poet Mai Der
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Senior Manager, Web Operations & eCommerce

Workman Publishing is seeking a Senior Manager, Web operations and eCommerce, to join the Digital Operations team. In this role, you will have the opportunity to help reshape our digital presence and chart a successful course for Workman's website strategy. You will have the technical knowledge to
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The top 10 books on Apple's iBooks-US

iBook charts for week ending February 11, 2018: (Rank, Book Title by Author Name, ISBN, Publisher : iBooks US Bestseller List – Paid Books. 1. The Wife Between Us by Greer Hendricks & Sarah Pekkanen – 9781250130938 – (St. Martin's Press). 2. The Woman in the Window by A. J. Finn
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Port Hope author releases first children's book

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Port Hope author releases first children's book

Fifth House Publishers chose Bourgeois to illustrate the book. Everson, an administrator at Port Hope United Church, has been published in magazines and previously published an educational book but this is her first children's picture book. She has a bachelor's degree in geography. Song on the Wind
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Let's Talk Vampires and Aliens

Golden felt a disconnect with many writers he read, even horror writers. “They were these distant figures who produced this work I consumed,” he said. Golden also sensed a difference between himself and his fellow creative writing students. “All my classmates wanted to write about marching on
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J Journal Celebrates 10 Years of Publishing New Writing on Justice

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J Journal Celebrates 10 Years of Publishing New Writing on Justice

This year, John Jay College's nationally recognized literary magazine, J Journal, is celebrating its tenth year anniversary. In January, the twentieth issue of J Journal was released, marking a proud legacy of the College's history in publishing justice-related literature. Founded by professors Adam Berlin
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Allegiant Announces New Nonstop Flight from Lexington

Allegiant Air and Blue Grass Airport announced Feb. 13 that the carrier will introduce nonstop service between Lexington and Destin/Fort Walton Beach, Florida, beginning June 7. The seasonal flights will operate twice weekly from Blue Grass Airport (LEX) to Destin-Fort Walton Beach Airport (VPS).
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Facebook tells publishers to take it or leave it

Facebook hired Campbell Brown as its head of news partnerships on January 6th. At the time, Brown wrote that she would “help news organizations and journalists work more closely and more effectively with Facebook.” In a post that has since been deleted, she wrote: “I will be working directly with our
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Dust Devils

It's the height of the Great Depression and, in the heart of the Texas dustbowl, something is turning the townsfolk of Temple City into ravenous creatures, hungry for human flesh. To save the town 16-year-old Becky Shaw must form an uneasy alliance with 17-year-old Gabe Foster who is running with the
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Why Google Stories will save, not screw, Snapchat Discover

Snapchat refused to detail whether it demands exclusivity from Discover publishers and forbids them from reusing the content elsewhere, which was its policy when Discover launched in 2015. A spokesperson said the company is still considering how to handle the situation. But Bell's quote implies that
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Play Review: 'The Little Prince'

It has become one of the most translated books in publishing history, and has been adapted for stage, screen, ballet, opera, television, radio and recordings. On Friday it opens at the Garfield Center for the Arts at the Prince Theater in Chestertown for two weekends only. This timeless fable is played out
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Publishing Industry Stock Outlook – February 2018

Steadily declining advertising revenues and print readership have emerged as enduring features of the U.S. newspaper publishing industry. Readers' preference for accessing news online, mostly free, has made the industry's print-advertising model increasingly irrelevant. Changing consumer
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Former Epic Records MD Dougie Bruce joins Universal Music Publishing UK

Respected A&R specialist Dougie Bruce has re-joined Universal Music Publishing in the UK, MBW understands. Bruce previously worked for UMPG for four years from 2004-2008, when he famously signed Adele to the major publisher. The exec also brought acts such as Lily Allen and MGMT to the
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Trump's personal lawyer is writing a book about Stormy Daniels and his long relationship with the …

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Michael Cohen is shopping the book, tentatively titled 'Trump Revolution: From The Tower to The White House, Understanding Donald J. Trump,' to multiple publishers. The book proposal promises to explain Cohen's role in an embarrassing episode surrounding $130,000 he reportedly arranged for
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Bathed in colours of spring

With the arrival of Falgun, the book fair was filled with crowd. The publishers said that the more the days marching the more their sale is increasing. “Couples are buying different sort of books. They choose different sort of genres. The fair is started to abuzz with visitors. Bhalobasar Uponyas by Anisul
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Jack Deere Shares His 'Broken Life'

Deere said he didn't seek a Christian publisher for his book because he didn't think he'd be able to be completely honest. But Zondervan pursued him. The initial print run is 18,000, with a second printing already ordered. “Even in Our Darkness is one of those books you pick up and can't put down until
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Outskirts Press Giving Authors a Sweetheart Deal on Self-Publishing for Valentine's Day

Outskirts Press is showing self-publishing authors lots of love with a sweetheart of a deal this Valentine's Day. The company, rated the No. 1 self-publishing company by Top Consumer Reviews, has announced a 20 percent off flash sale on its popular Full-Color and Ultimate publishing packages.
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Outstanding teens: 7 JROTC cadets honored in Naples for academics, leadership

Samanta Pomier Jofre speaks five languages, has a 4.72 weighted GPA and is a better citizen, she said, because of JROTC. “I learned how to be a follower first by listening to my squad leader's orders and doing as told. After one year, I became a leader,” said the 17-year-old from Naples High as she
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Sexual Harassment In Children's Publishing Reaches a Crisis Point

PW has reached out to a number of the publishers of authors named in the SLJ article comment section; so far, only Asher's publisher has responded. “We are unable to comment on Jay Asher's relationship with SCBWI because we have had no involvement with or knowledge of our author's history with
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The top 10 audiobooks on Audible.com

The Subtle Art of Not Giving a F(asterisk)ck: A Counterintuitive Approach to Living a Good Life by Mark Manson, narrated by Roger Wayne (HarperAudio). 3. Fire and Fury by Michael Wolff, narrated by the author and Holter Graham (Macmillan Audio). 4. Unf(asterisk)ck Yourself by Gary John Bishop,
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'Supply Chain': New book of poems from UW's Pimone Triplett

Pimone Triplett's latest book of poems, “Supply Chain,” was published by the University of Iowa Press in late 2017. Pimone Triplett, University of Washington associate professor of English and creative writing, has released a new book of poems, her fourth. “Supply Chain” was published by the University
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International Hot Book Properties, Week of February 12, 2018

Bonnier Rights Sweden sold the debut crime series Doggerland by Maria Adolfsson to Ullstein Buchverlage in Germany, in a three-book deal. Other deals were made with Tammi (Finland), SEM Libri (Italy), People's Press (Denmark), and Argo Publishing (Czech Republic). Swedish publisher Wahlström
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Senior Scala/Java Engineer – Publishing

Senior Scala/Java Engineer – Publishing – Central London. Market leading Publishing company looking for an experienced Senior Scala/Java Engineer. You will be supporting a group of developers in their technical and personal development, as well as hands on helping the team deliver top quality,
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UCA THEATRE TO PRESENT THREE DAYS OF RAIN

… contact Melissa Pearson, UCA Theatre business manager, at 501-450-5092 or melissap@uca.edu. The UCA College of Fine Arts and Communication includes the Departments of Art, Music, and Film, Theatre and Creative Writing as well as the School of Communication. The college's primary mission
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Pune publisher bags highest contract for children's books

A Pune-based publisher, Bhartiya Vichar Sadhana (BVS), leads the list of publishing houses from where the BJP-ruled Maharashtra government will purchase children's books for its school libraries. The list of books, accessed by HT, shows that the government has decided to purchase over 16 lakh
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History Of Our Town (July 10, 1970 Edition)

(The following entry in “The History Of Our Town” by Lucille Basler was published in the July 10, 1970, edition of the Ste. Genevieve Fair Play. The Herald in 2015 began publishing in order the series of articles written by Basler, which began publication in December 1966.) Continuing our walk through
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Pancake Tuesday in Barrie is all about variety

Jones says Pancake Tuesday isn't as busy as it once was and Mehra agrees, although pancakes are top sellers for his take-out and delivery. The secret to a good pancake depends on who you ask. Mehra says it's a homemade mix with a touch of vanilla to enhance the flavour of the batter. “When you're
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Coalition Opposes Imposition of Paper Tariffs

A long simmering trade dispute between the U.S. and Canada has the possibility of significantly raising the cost of uncoated groundwood paper which is used by book publishers as well as newspaper and directory publishers. The issue began when the paper supplier NORPAC, the North Pacific Paper
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The Lithgow couple united by a passion for stories

The two writers (Paul describes their relative writing styles as, “Stephen King meets 'Alice in Wonderland'”) came into correspondence in writing communities online … Eventually, he became involved in the magazine from afar, reading submissions, and the pair interacted over other creative writing sites.
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Iranian Startup Wants to Help Increase Book Readership

For selling books through Borsipa users can be charged up to 30,000 rials (60 cents) for each book. Publishers and bookshops can also use the service to promote and sell their products. Average book readership is pitifully poor in Iran. The company director Yaser Ashurzadeh says, “It is estimated that
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ARTIST SHARON LOUDEN TO JUROR STUDENT SHOW AT BAUM GALLERY

… and Film, Theatre and Creative Writing, as well as the School of Communication. The College's primary mission is the preparation of the next generation of artists, educators and communicators. For more information about CFAC, visit www.uca.edu/cfac or call 501-450-3293. By Savannah Babington
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Black Comic Books And The Long Journey To Positive Representation

“In some ways, the 1990s were considered the 'Dark Age' of comics, but what happened in the '90s was a boom in independent comic companies and self-publishing,” wrote Dr. Howard. “Black creators really took ownership of their characters and gained control and access to publish the things they
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ITV Scraps Little Ant And Dec From 'Saturday Night Takeaway'

For over 15 years, viewers of UK's favourite Saturday night variety show Saturday Night Takeaway have been graced by presenters Ant and Dec's pint-sized counterparts. Sadly, all good things must come to an end, and the mini version of the show's presenters are no exception – as ITV has announced it
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UK Signs 15-year Rupp Lease

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UK Signs 15-year Rupp Lease

The University of Kentucky men's basketball team has signed a new, 15-year lease at Rupp Arena, keeping them there through the 2033 season. The new agreement, announced on Feb. 8, stipulates that UK Athletics will pay the Lexington Center Corporation (LCC), which manages Rupp Arena and the
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Google AMP Add Snapchat Like Stories To Mobile Web Searches

The new rollout of Google AMP stories will start on Tuesday, and will allow publishers to try out a developer preview of the feature. The initial release will feature swipeable slides of text, photos, graphics, and videos according to a blog post from Google. Some big names in publishing were involved in
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Google Just Threw Its Hat Into the Stories Ring With the Launch of AMP Stories

Product manager for AMP Rudy Galfi said that while AMP Stories do not support advertising at launch, Google plans to allow publishers to insert ads within their content, with the publishers keeping 100 percent of the revenue. He added, “Advertising is very important. Really great reporting and
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Assistant Production Editor

Cookbook and lifestyle publisher, Page Street Publishing Co., distributed by Macmillan, is looking for a bright, detail oriented, entry-level assistant production editor. This person will help with reviewing designed manuscripts, checking printer proofs, tracking metadata, and coordinating foreign rights
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President of The Beryl Institute Honored with ACHE Publishing Award

The Dean Conley Award, named for ACHE's executive director from 1942-1965, is granted annually to recognize the contributions made to healthcare management literature and to encourage healthcare executives to write and publish articles. This year's winning article was selected by ACHE's Article
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Rolling Reading Series to feature author, writer-in-residence Mary Gaitskill

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Rolling Reading Series to feature author, writer-in-residence Mary Gaitskill

… from Penn State's College of the Liberal Arts; the Department of English; the Joseph L. Grucci Poetry Endowment; the Mary E. Rolling Lectureship in Creative Writing; and Penn State University Libraries. The Fisher Family Writer-in-Residence is sponsored by Steven Fisher, a 1970 alumnus in English.
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Harvard University class focuses on 'omnipresent' feces in French literature

The goal of the course is to help graduate students at America's oldest university “articulate and realize an original approach to literature that, rather than take feces as a site of disgust, takes it as a site of creation,” the description says. The course catalog compares writing to digestion: “The task of
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Google Debuts AMP Stories for Mobile Readers

Malte Ubl, engineering lead at the Google AMP Project, said in a blog post that AMP Stories can be easily shared or linked because because they live on the web and are hosted on the publisher's site. “While some stories are told best through text, the AMP Project wanted to ensure publishers can invest
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US Poet Laureate to visit SC

Smith is the author of three books of poetry: “The Body's Question,” which won the Cave Canem prize for the best first book by an African-American poet; “Duende,” winner of the James Laughlin Award and the Essence Literary Award; and “Life on … She teaches creative writing at Princeton University.
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Love after loss is possible, says life coach

Her passions include creative writing, spirituality, sociological theory and helping others discover their own power potential. She is a hopeful and steadfast believer in positive radical change and has dedicated her practice to this objective. Tickets for Love After Loss are $35, available at the Chilliwack
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KW grad finds new ag perspective in South Africa

Before the trip began, Pliscott said, the participants were given a two-week crash course in South Africa, its history, its culture and its agriculture. The course involved writing essays and explaining her views on the country as she learned. Next, they stopped in Washington, D.C., where the group learned
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VE Schwab is Publishing a Shades of Magic Prequel Graphic Novel

If you've been missing the Shades of Magic series by V.E. Schwab (has it really only been a year since A Conjuring of Light was published?), I've got some great news for you. Schwab has announced a prequel series, to be published in graphic novel format, and the first book is hitting shelves this
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Facebook's Campbell Brown: “This is not about us trying to make everybody happy”

This means that publishers with paywalls can bring those paywalls into Instant Articles, prompting a reader to subscribe after he or she reads five articles. The experiment's been run on Android over the past couple months but is too small to have resulted in meaningful data, Brown claimed: “We need to
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GRAPHIC NOVEL TK EP. 1: This new podcast will teach you how to publish a graphic novel

We're excited to announce an all-new podcast on The Beat — Graphic Novel TK! Graphic Novel TK is your podcast guide to the world of comic book publishing. Each episode, hosts Alison Wilgus and Gina Gagliano interview a guest expert about their slice of the publishing world and take a deep dive
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Google wants to be Snapchat, too

Users can now find Google stories in search results—in a box called “visual stories”—when they search on mobile at g.co/ampstories for the names of publishers that have begun using the format, such as CNN, Conde Nast, Hearst, Mashable, Meredith, Mic, Vox Media, and the Washington Post brands.
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OLC Announces Inaugural Class of 'Emerging Scholars' for the OLC Research Center for Digital …

She has taught writing courses, literature courses, and interdisciplinary inquiry courses for the past eight years, and she co-edited a composition casebook called Minding the Body: A Casebook for Writers (University of Oregon, 2015). To continue to practice the craft of teaching and to share her love of
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Shaler Area adds music, art, science courses for 2018-19

“The course was created to encourage students to expand their creative writing, and explore digital and traditional drawing skills.” “I am currently a member of our STEAM (science, technology, engineering, art and math) committee, and I've seen the benefits of giving students challenges that include
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Laura Ingalls Wilder Books

The World of Little House. Carolyn Strom Collins, Garth Williams, Christina Wyss Eriksson, Deborah Maze. Laura's Album. William Anderson. The Selected Letters of Laura Ingalls Wilder. William Anderson, Laura Ingalls Wilder. Little House Complete 9-Book Box Set. Laura Ingalls Wilder, Garth Williams.
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Online writing resource helps students in all areas of study

WEST LAFAYETTE, Ind. — Purdue University's Online Writing Lab provides students with a guide to help them successfully complete writing assignments not only in writing classes, but also in STEM coursework and multimedia presentations. “As more high school and college students participate in
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CCUSD students earn top honors in AEF writing contest

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CCUSD students earn top honors in AEF writing contest

The Polly Rosenbaum Writing Contest is named for Polly Rosenbaum, a former House Representative in the Arizona State Legislature and teacher, who passed away in 2003 at the age of 104. This writing contest is a long-standing tradition honoring Ms. Rosenbaum, who believed Arizona's young
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What's the Best New-Car Deal in February 2018?

To look for February deals, we considered sales in January among the top 100 best-selling cars, specifically eyeing models whose sales underperformed the market. We also looked at days-to-turn data from January, which measures how long it takes on average for dealers to sell a given car.
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Georgette LeBlanc named Canada's new parliamentary poet laureate

She currently resides in Church Point, Nova Scotia, and works in the archives of her alma mater, Université Sainte-Anne, where she has also taught creative writing. She holds a doctorate in Francophone Studies from the University of Louisiana at Lafayette. Her appointment was announced by George
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Georgia Southern's Armstrong Campus to host reading with acclaimed novelist Chris Bachelder

“Through hosting poets and novelists who teach in creative writing graduate programs at universities in the southeast and beyond, the Visiting Writers Series exposes students to great writing while providing them the opportunity to interact with great writers to whose programs they might apply after
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ArtFest raising money for school art programs

Proceeds from last year's event were used to buy supplies for music, ceramics, creative writing, digital imaging and drama programs at the schools. “This event is becoming more important and popular each year because of its focus on students and family,” said Jim Lambert, president of AWE's Board of
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Next-generation Technologies for in vitro Diagnostics

The emergence of wide range of applications of smartphone along with advances in 'liquid biopsy' has significantly propelled medical research particularly in the field of in vitro diagnostics (IVD). Herein, we have presented a detailed analysis of IVD, their associated critical concerns and probable
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Metal-Free Transesterification Catalyzed by Tetramethylammonium Methyl Carbonate

Environmentally benign metal-free tetramethylammonium methyl carbonate is effective as a catalyst for the chemoselective, scalable, and reusable transesterification of various esters and alcohols in common organic solvents. In situ-generated highly active species, tetramethylammonium alkoxides, can
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For Mark Twain, It Was Love At First Sight

Clemens would later cobble together his dispatches from the voyage into a book that became a 19th-century bestseller, “The Innocents Abroad.” It was aboard the Quaker City that Clemens first laid eyes on a photograph of Livy. Her younger brother, Charles, who would later add to his father's coal
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Publishing legend Sir Ray Tindle bought his first local newspaper title because he 'thought it would …

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Sir Ray Tindle is perhaps the most influential media mogul you've never heard of and at the age of 91 he is certainly the oldest. Throat cancer and a stroke have left their mark on the accomplished newspaper publisher – “I can't speak and I can't hear,” he says by way of an opening apology, “but I get by”
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B&N to Save $40 Million Following New Layoffs

After posting disappointing holiday results, Barnes & Noble instituted a round of layoffs yesterday that it says will save the company $40 million annually. After CNBC reported Monday that the retailer fired “lead cashiers and digital leads,” a B&N spokesperson confirmed the layoffs, but declined to give
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Tandem Light Press and 220 Publishing Present Midwest "Write, Pitch, Publish: The Innovative …

Feb. 13, 2018 / PRZen / MILWAUKEE — Write, Pitch, Publish: The Innovative Writers Conference, a Milwaukee-area literary full-day conference designed to provide support and insight to up-and-coming writers, this week announced the conference will officially take place on April 7th in Milwaukee,
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Poetry book publishers accepting submissions

Please read these Publisher's Accepting Unsolicited Manuscript Submissions. PLEASE NOTE. We publish fiction, poetry, One of the outstanding literary publishers of Carcanet considers submissions and book proposals Our list concentrates on poetry. “List of Poetry Publishers That Accept Submissions.
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Google takes page from Snapchat Discover with AMP Stories

Eventually the idea is to include AMP Stories in Google search results, but for now people can find them by going to this link on their mobile device and searching for one of the participating publishers. The search will turn up the usual results, plus a section of “visual stories” from that publisher.
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What is Academic Writing Anyway?

Every year an estimated 2,000 NEIU students enroll in one of the university's writing intensive courses (WIP) to meet their academic writing requirement. Dr. Kate Hahn, Director of the CAW, says that 1000 students per semester take a WIP course. Academic writing pertains to the language, style and
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Google Introduces AMP Stories Format

Search engine giant Google LLC on Tuesday is stepping up its efforts to transform the way the web works, as it introduces a new technology that allows publishers to create stories in a format similar to those of social media apps Snapchat and Instagram. The Menlo Park-based company is introducing a
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Creative Writing Tips from Harvard's Faculty

Harvard's English faculty hosts a powerhouse of acclaimed creative writers. As lecturers and professors, they devote countless hours to passing on the skills of their craft to students. The Crimson asked four faculty members who teach fiction-writing classes to share their creative writing wisdom. “You can
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How to win publishers clearing house sweepstakes

Looking for a new house? Check out these sweepstakes and contests online today! The agreements stemmed from allegations that Publishers Clearing House used sweepstakes hype to convince consumers give as a gift to help win the sweepstakes? PCHGames SWEEPSTAKES OFFICIAL to be
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8 Short Story Writing Tips from a Dean of Creative Writing

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8 Short Story Writing Tips from a Dean of Creative Writing

I love stories. It's safe to assume that applies to all fiction writers. Novels allow us to weave complex narratives that evoke authentic worlds and intriguing characters. The benefit of a novel is that it gives a writer the time and space to build a fictional, yet believable, world. It can also be argued that it gives
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Sharjah will be guest of honour at Delhi book fair

The New Delhi World Book Fair (NDWBF) will be a great platform for Sharjah to showcase its literary and cultural assets, network with leading publishers, best-selling international authors and tap into potential business opportunities in the world's seventh largest economy. Each year, NDWBF offers a
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SIUE and community partners seek support for Market on Wheels

Zack Gondek, a senior integrative studies major, with focus areas in biological sciences and creative writing, has found the literature and sustainability course to be a perfect blend of his interests and desire to solve issues such as food insecurity. “Dr. DeSpain has selected some great creative works that
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Harvard Introduces Course On Poop In Literature

The course description reads, “French literature, from the Middle Ages to today, has been consistently and remarkably scatological,” the Harvard course catalog reads. “Fecal matter is omnipresent in works and authors that we consider canonical (e.g. the fabliaux, Rabelais, de Sade, Beckett, Celine) and
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London Musician Builds A Demonic Organ Made Entirely From Furbys

Every kid growing up in the 90s would have begged their parents to buy them a Furby – you know, those robotic, gobbledygook-spouting toys that the National Security Agency in the US banned from its premises for fear they'd spill official secrets. Now 44 long-forgotten Furbys have been salvaged for an
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New Cuban Cook Books Presented

HAVANA TIMES — On February 7th, most of the books by the Cuban publishers “Artechef” that were on sale at this edition of the Havana Book Fair were launched again at the Dulce Maria Loynaz Cultural Center located in Vedado. Many of them have been co-edited by Selvi and they have all been
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Wiley, the Austrian Academic Library Consortium and the Austrian Science Fund announce …

John Wiley and Sons Inc., the Austrian Academic Library Consortium (KEMÖ) and the Austrian Science Fund (FWF) has announced a three-year combined open access publication and subscription agreement. This transformative agreement will provide researchers and students at 22 institutions
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How Writer's Block Can Actually Make You a Better Writer

Coming up with a narrow topic can be difficult and can lead to students having writer's block. One approach that might help is to take advantage of your course materials. Rereading lecture notes or the course textbook can help you come up with an applicable narrow topic. Although it is easy to forget
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Across many disciplines, artists at UW learn their craft, hone intents, form communities

For UW alumnus Wade Dittburner, creative writing was not simply a hobby or even a passion. It was the only subject that made it worth attending UW in fall 2013. Growing up in the rural town of Cedar Rapids, Wisconsin, “where few make it out,” Dittburner loathed the idea of even attending college.
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