Bangor Uni Creative Writing lecturer up for Sunday Times award

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Bangor Uni Creative Writing lecturer up for Sunday Times award

A Creative Writing lecturer at Bangor University is one of ten authors long-listed for the prestigious 2018 Sunday Times EFG Short Story award. Lisa Blower is up for the international Award which promotes and celebrates the excellence of the modern short story and attracts entries from among the
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Barbara Cartland's last novel – the end of an era or the beginning of something new?

For the past 14 years, Barbara Cartland's son, Ian McCorquodale, has been publishing them as ebooks entitled The Pink Collection, once a month. On 14 February he will publish the final ebook in the collection, Love Finds the Duke at Last. The Eternal Collection Ian is also republishing the remainder of
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Why I'm joining The Athletic: On synthesis and the future of baseball thought

I studied for degrees in art history, psychology, creative writing, film history and journalism. I launched a successful national educational publishing brand, wrote for a couple of Mets sites, helped establish a great fantasy baseball section, and started two beer websites. My best pieces, fittingly, have
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Book Manufacturers' Institute Joins STOPP Coalition

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, that represent mostly small businesses in local
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Project gives youth chance at camp

The contest will award 25 camp scholarships — to be used towards four- to eight-day camps — to the top three essay writers in each grade. There will also be an overall winner for most creative writing. The students — Xavier Standley, Tony Cuevas, Adrian Board, Dominic Duskin, Oda Limonta Cruz,
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Jeffery Tracey Sr.'s New Book “A Family Torn Apart” is a Poignant True Story of an Eleven-Year-Old …

Recent release “A Family Torn Apart” from Page Publishing author Jeffery Tracey Sr. is a heart-wrenching account of the ups and downs that a family has … Page Publishing knows that authors need to be free to create – not bogged down with complicated business issues like eBook conversion,
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Sexual Harassment In Children's Publishing Comes to a Head

Following the publication of an article, “Sexual Harassment in the Children's Book Industry,” posted to the Medium publishing platform last week by children's author Anne Ursu, which reported on a survey on the matter she opened last December, a number of people have taken harassment claims
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