Steam's Notorious Sex Game Publisher Keeps Churning Out Incomprehensible Games

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Steam's Notorious Sex Game Publisher Keeps Churning Out Incomprehensible Games

While Steam has gained a lewd reputation, the specifics of who brings risque games onto the platform is largely unknown to the general public. In trying to find out whether or not Steam was actually being overrun by sex games, I accidentally stumbled on a controversial yet popular publisher who
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Billy Graham, Champion of the Gospel, Dies at 99

… received a B.A. from Wheaton College. In 1943, he married Wheaton classmate, Ruth Bell, who passed away in 2007. He received numerous awards of recognition and honorary degrees for his contributions to religious and civic life. Graham wrote 27 books, many of which have become best sellers.
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Philanthropist and former West Publishing exec John Nasseff dies at 93

John Nasseff, who made his fortune during a long career at St. Paul's West Publishing and spent the past two decades giving it away, died Wednesday at the age of 93. Nasseff, the son of Lebanese immigrants, worked his way up from unloading boxcars for West Publishing to vice president, and later
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Note to readers: About those annoying popups on your phones

They are affecting many websites, and publishers everywhere are working to stop them. At the Tampa Bay Times, the issue is being addressed at the highest levels. We use an automated service that constantly searches our site for malicious ads and blocks them. It's tough, because the scammers are
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Print Is Still Big Business in Magazine Media

The last decade has seen massive shifts in magazine media, in part due to digital publishing startups that are competing by creating innovative (and cheap) products that aim to stay a step ahead of ongoing disruptive forces. Worse, the rise and scale of the duopoly has left most publishers fighting for
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Save the University Press so Kentucky can tell its own stories

For the past 75 years, The University Press of Kentucky has been the preeminent publisher of Kentucky-focused books —from horses to history, bourbon to basketball. Now, Gov. Matt Bevin — for less than $700,000 in savings — wants to wipe out the press and let New York publishers decide who tells
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Black History Month Spotlight: Ena Hartman

Ena Hartman is an unsung trailblazer of Hollywood whose smaller roles in 1960s media productions helped create a path for African Americans in film and television. African-American actresses working in the 1970s benefited from the trail Hartman helped blaze. Ena Hartman was born on April 1, 1935,
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Blizzard will host a tournament for the 15-year-old 'Warcraft III'

Out of nowhere, Blizzard introduced a public test realm (PTR) last fall for its 15-year-old game Warcraft III. PC fans of its current best-sellers like Overwatch play on PTRs to try out new features before they're released to everyone, so creating one for an old title clearly implies greater plans. Today, as was
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Small press brings e-books to Gaza

GAZA CITY, Gaza Strip — Gaza's first e-publishing house, Khota Books, sells both e-books and hard copies on its website from the comfort of readers' homes. The publishing house was established by two young Gazans in August 2016 and offers both traditional and self-publishing. It initially published
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New European regulations could crush media business models

“The unintended consequence of GDPR could be to put publishers – particularly small publishers – out of business by upending the advertising-based revenue model on which many rely,” Ghita Harris-Newton, Quantcast's chief privacy officer and deputy general counsel, told Yahoo Finance.
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New publishing platform makes experience authors' works freely available

These are the two guiding principles of Free Read Press, an online publishing resource launched last spring by USC Dornsife's Joseph Dane and John Carlos Rowe as an alternative to academic and open-access presses. “[Rowe] and I had been talking for years about the problems we had with the
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Thoughts From The Publisher's Desk – February 23, 2018

Ocean City scored a significant special event this month when the Canadian jet demonstration team – the Snowbirds – was announced for late May. While this is great news, my only concern with it is the timing on the calendar of Wednesday, May 23. It's a great thing that it's mid-week, but the jet team
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Real Life Press: An Inspiring Publishing Platform is Seeking its Founder Subscribers via Patreon!

The inspiring weekly newsletter will publish true stories featuring the extraordinary lives of ordinary people and all of this for free. The emerging publishing platform is therefore welcoming fans of biographies and everyone else from around the world to support them with a contribution of only GBP 5 or
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Beaucoup Bakery's Betty Hung to Release Cookbook in Fall 2018

St Honoré by Betty Hung”Betty's recipes are phenomenal and her passion really carries through into the book,” says Lauren Knowles, associate editor at Page Street Publishing Co. “Readers will love how Betty takes the often intimidating art of French pastry and makes it more approachable than ever.”.
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One Book, One County author to speak at CWU on Monday

Marina Fields, a senior at CWU who majors in professional and creative writing, said she recommends the novel to community members. “She's an amazing writer,” Fields said. “She brings in her two cultures as an Asian American woman through her writing.” Copies of the book are available at local
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Discovering New Worlds Through Writing: A Creative Writing Workshop at Summerhall

For those of us who are not astronauts, there is still a way for us to think about setting foot on new moons and new planets for the first time: through writing! Join science fiction author Oliver Langmead and award-winning writer Ruth EJ Booth for a workshop where you will be given prompts to write and
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GateHouse Media grows its empire by buying top exec's publishing company

For the past 17 years, GateHouse Media CEO Kirk Davis has owned a small, separate media company in Central Massachusetts, called Holden Landmark Corp. On Thursday, GateHouse announced that it would buy that firm from Davis for an undisclosed amount of money. The deal comes just a little
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American Farm Bureau Foundation Launches Book Publishing Effort for Children

Clements: The American Farm Bureau Foundation for Agriculture has launched Feeding Minds Press, a new publishing company focused on books for children about agriculture. Foundation education outreach director Julia Recko says the goal is to provide an accurate portrayal of agriculture.
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Meet the mischievous rabbit hero

In 1901, she printed 250 copies and shortened the title to The Tale of Peter Rabbit. She distributed the copies to family and friends. A year later, Frederick Warne & Co, who initially rejected the manuscript, signed her up and decided to publish the book. Warne wanted coloured illustrations for the book.
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55 Years Ago: The Beatles Form Northern Songs, the Publishing Deal They Would Regret

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55 Years Ago: The Beatles Form Northern Songs, the Publishing Deal They Would Regret

Following the release of their debut single “Love Me Do,” producer George Martin recommended Dick James Music to Epstein as a publisher that could do a good job maximizing the value of the Beatles' music. James' idea: a new company owned by James, McCartney, Lennon and Epstein. On Feb.
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Senior Managing Editor (ELT Publishing) – (REQ22685)

The Senior Managing Editor takes responsibility for editorial processes for print and digital publishing from developed manuscript to publication to ensure that the material is of the highest quality, and is delivered on schedule and within budget. This role also provides line management to Managing
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Class challenges writers to cover all walks of life

“Except for the famous authors who speak, in terms of workshops, ours was the most highly attended at Kent State,” Jones said. Eileen Porzuczek, a junior creative writing major, said she realized how much of a bubble her hometown of Fishers, Indiana, is in because of the class. “From that experience, I
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Submission Opens the Conversation the First Night of the 2018 Spring KCET Cinema Series

Following a screening of “Submission,” director Richard Levine attended a Q&A hosted by Cinema Series host Pete Hammond. Ted Swenson (Stanley Tucci) is a moderately successful novelist who is now a creative writing professor at a small liberal arts college in New England. He has a comfortable
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Students help develop the Pittsburgh Literature Project with James Jaap

“People know writers from Chicago, people celebrate authors from New York, but Pittsburgh writers have not received much discussion,” said Jaap. “We could get the conversation started and start publicizing this and making these authors well known.” Another student has a passion for creative writing.
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Kevin Hewitt's New Book “If Nobody Reads Nobody Listens” is a Fun Way of Teaching Children …

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Kevin Hewitt's New Book “If Nobody Reads Nobody Listens” is a Fun Way of Teaching Children …

Recent release “If Nobody Reads Nobody Listens” from Page Publishing author Kevin Hewitt is an entertaining book about the Nobodys – characters … Page Publishing knows that authors need to be free to create – not bogged down with complicated business issues like eBook conversion, establishing
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Snapchat redesign is here to stay despite 1.2m signature petition against it

“For a very long time, we have been trying to clarify, or at least distinguish, the difference between friends and publishers,” Spiegel said in November. “Like, on the Stories page, do you show friends or publishers first? Because our service was really built on this idea of helping friends communicate, we
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Is Google's Chrome Browser Ad Blocking Anticompetitive?

It appears Google is acting as gatekeeper for the coalition's standards through Google's creation of an “Ad Experience Report” that web publishers can use to “identify ad experiences that violate” the standards. A Google executive, Scott Spencer, told the Wall Street Journal that Google gave “ample
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Google introduces AdSense Auto Ads

Auto Ads takes the responsibility for ad placement away from web publishers. Google claims that the service will only show ads when they are likely to perform well and provide a good user experience. The use of AI to work out where to place ads based on how they are likely to perform is an interesting
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Billy Graham, Pastor Who Advised World Leaders, Dies at 99

… million viewers by the 1990s. He founded a film production and distribution company and a training center for evangelists in North Carolina. … The 800,000-copy first edition of “How to Be Born Again” (1977) was said to be the largest initial printing in publishing history at the time. Graham published his
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Will eBook subscription services learn from past mistakes?

The concept of an 'all-you-can-read' subscription to eBook content is certainly not new. Plenty with a decent knowledge of trade publishing would be understandably cynical of the concept. With the quiet closure of both Entitle and Oyster in 2015, the consumer could be excused for thinking the hoary
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Laura Leigh Morris' 'Jaws of Life' spotlights the recent struggles of her home state of West Virginia

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Laura Leigh Morris' 'Jaws of Life' spotlights the recent struggles of her home state of West Virginia

Morris has long been a storyteller, earning her undergraduate, master's, and Ph.D. in some form of creative writing. A much earlier version of “Jaws of Life” served as her dissertation for her Ph.D. “For me, it was about learning the craft,” Morris says. “This was my book where I learned how to put a story
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Alpaca Suri closing storefront going online April 1

We will offer a reduced selection of our best-sellers like blankets, scarves, hats, mittens, socks and clothes that are limited in sizes and colors and continue to provide the same integrity and passion that Alpaca Suri is known for.” Alpaca Suri has been a Hingham Square fixture for 15 years, and was one
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Local Author Spotlight: 'The Triplets'

Local Author Spotlight: 'The Triplets' … Author bio: Nicole M Davis was born in Sunnyvale, California (one letter away from the vampire capital of the world), but she's lived in Boulder County since she was one year old. She has a bachelor's degree in Zoology with a minor in Creative Writing. The Triplets
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How Do You Launch a New Generation of Native American Writers?

If you've ever been to a poetry reading, or attended a creative writing class, or even just listened to Garrison Keillor's The Writer's Almanac on the radio, you know what she's talking about. Poet voice is sincere yet disaffected, a droning melody of self-importance. It is the standard, emulated by thousands
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Master tips offered for creative writing and Spanish poetry

The most recent Winter with the Writers visiting authors elaborated on the craft of writing and the challenges of creating poetry in a different language. Rollins welcomed renowned writers Garth Greenwell and Luis Muñoz on Feb. 15. Each writer gave separate craft talks followed by a joint reading,
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Former Time Inc. execs plan 'Irish wake' for the publisher

More than 100 top executives and staffers from the old Time Inc. will gather for an “Irish wake” for the storied publishing name on Thursday night at a bar in Midtown. The shindig is the brainchild of former Entertainment Weekly president David Morris — now at CBS — who was looking to recall old times
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Remodeling bringing downtown Mason back to life

Many of the buildings are two stories tall with apartments on the top level for residents to stay and the city has not only tried to improve the … Just about all the buildings downtown have apartments above the businesses except for Bestsellers Bookstore and Coffee Company where Oracle use to be, that
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Positive shock: Dylan Krieger is the south Louisiana poet turning everyone's heads

She wrote “Giving Godhead” as her thesis while earning a creative writing master's degree at LSU. While in Baton Rouge, she was warned that religious jokes and allusions would be lost on most readers. She realized she was mainly writing it for her youth group friends who “felt duped by their parents
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For the love of books…

Various publishers hire students like me during the book fair. I not only get to learn about customer service while working, but also get to interact with booklovers,” she told this correspondent yesterday. The student from Natore lives at a hostel with other female students at Mirpur. “I get paid for the work
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Strand to shut: Bookstores need to turn a new page

Other bookshops and even publishers were not always fond of Strand and Shanbhag as I discovered when I co-wrote and co-published a book on 50 years of Indian Independence in 1997. He was eager to walk the extra mile to help authors. The huge discounts that he gave customers came from his
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Dragonfly Books to host book-launch party for Decorah author, Luther prof Amy Weldon

Weldon's essays have appeared in edited collections including Fracture: Essays, Poems, and Stories on Fracking in America (Ice Cube Press 2016), William Faulkner: Critical Perspectives (Salem Press 2013), and The Best Travel Writing 2012 (Solas Press). Her short fiction, creative nonfiction, and
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Outbrain Platform Gives Digital Publishers New Revenue Options

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Outbrain Platform Gives Digital Publishers New Revenue Options

Outbrain, a content discovery and recommendation platform, is launching a new audience development network called Sphere. Sphere will allow publishers to recommend content from other publishers and make revenue from it. The goal behind Sphere is to help what Outbrain calls “premium” digital
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Curb appeal: brick&batten offers exterior home design

Growing up, McDowell and her sister, Allison Vaccaro, would flip through vintage issues of Architectural Digest, Home and Garden and Coastal Living and travel across the nation in a Jeep Wagoneer with their parents to view the exteriors of beautiful homes. Throughout their childhood, their parents
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New Beef Line Stays Close to Home

This spring, 85 Kroger locations throughout Kentucky will roll out a new line of locally sourced, harvested, packaged and produced ground beef. Kentucky Cattlemen's Ground Beef is an 80 percent-lean product, available in both one-pound packages of ground beef and two-pound packages of four
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Google unveils AI-driven ad placement with launch of AdSense Auto ads

To enable AdSense Auto ads, publishers add a piece of JavaScript code to their pages and configure which ad formats they are willing to have Google serve. An Advanced URL settings feature allows publishers to specify specific formats for specific pages. Formats supported include in-page ads, such
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German publishers cozy up to weather social media storm

Seven of Germany's largest publishers unveiled a new powerhouse alliance that they hope will bolster print media against the growing dominance of social media. Three of Germany's three largest media groups — Burda, Bauer and Funke Group — have joined forces with other well-known imprints
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Clay Middle School students become STEM teachers at Prairie Trace

From left, Evelyn Jacoby, Cate Gilhooly and Ethan Storie learn from Clay Middle School students Katy Smith and Janie Bartling. (Photo by Anna Skinner). Prairie Trace Elementary students learned from a new set of teachers Feb. 5. Clay Middle School sixth-grade students visited the elementary for the
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Gannett joins ad-free media platform Scroll as partner

Described as “an iTunes for news” by media analyst Ken Doctor on TheStreet.com, Scroll could offer publishers another revenue solution beyond advertising to generate revenue in a time when digital ads often fall short of supplanting print advertising and circulation revenues, which are on the decline.
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What Is AdEx?

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What Is AdEx?

The AdEx team firmly believes they can empower both advertisers and publishers through a secure and transparent platform aimed at decentralizing this business model altogether. Because it is available across all browsers and offers detailed reporting, AdEx may very well succeed in its mission.
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'End of an era' as News & Star publisher CN Group sold to Newsquest, breaking four generations …

One of the last big family-owned newspaper publishers in the UK, CN Group, is being sold to US-owned regional publisher Newsquest. The group has been helmed by four generations of the Burgess family and boasts a newspaper history going back 200 years to the Carlisle Patriot. John Burgess, great
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Delhi HC Lifts Injunction Against The Caravan's 2011 Story on IIPM

The Delhi High Court on Friday, 16 February, lifted an injunction against The Caravan's 2011 story titled 'Sweet Smell of Success', which was a profile of Arindam Chaudhari, ex-honorary dean of the Indian Institute of Planning and Management (IIPM), authored by the magazine's contributing editor and
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Effective Social Media Strategies for Publishers

Want to plan effective social media promotional strategies for your various publications and content types? Join us for our free webinar where we'll be discussing practical social media tips & tricks for publishers. Speaking are industry experts Phaedra Cress, Altmetric Ambassador and Executive Editor of
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OU Press and Koren Will Hold Book Launch for Megillat Esther With the Rav's Commentary

OU Press, the publishing division of the Orthodox Union, announces the publication of Megillat Esther Mesorat HaRav, published in conjunction with Koren Publishers, Jerusalem. On Tuesday, Feb. 27, the OU and Koren will host a book event for the book. The recently published book offers readers
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Spotify for news? Subscription service Scroll has new investor, partners

In fact, the New York Times needs other traditional publishers to thrive.” Previous cross-site service efforts, developed by journalists, were focused on getting readers past a paywall, something that very few non-journalist readers experience, Haile says. Scroll is focused on casual readers who may not
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In Photos: Documenting South African Jazz With Tseliso Monaheng

In the interview below, he tells us about his love for the internet, his hatred for the media industry, hanging out with hip-hop producers, and the possibility of publishing his own book, among other things. How did you get into documenting SA jazz? I don't know, man. I just love taking pictures, and going to
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Anthony Bourdain's Imprint Will Publish José Andrés' Book on Puerto Rico Relief

A portion of the book's proceeds will go towards the Chef Relief Network of Andrés' own World Central Kitchen. Richard Wolffe, the co-writer of Andrés' cookbooks and his two PBS series on Spanish cooking, will co-author the book. “We want to tell the inside story of what we saw on the ground—the
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HMH Trade Unit Posted a Profit in 2017

HMH attributed the trade group's improvement to sales of the Whole30 series, the success of Tim Ferriss' Tribe of Mentors and Tools of Titans, and strong backlist print sales of such titles as The Polar Express and The Giver. Unlike most trade publishers, e-book sales rose at HMH, driven by demand for
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Ezra Zaid's firm raided over 'confusing' book content, Shariah court told

Picture by Yusof Mat IsaPETALING JAYA, Feb 22 — Selangor religious enforcers had raided Mohd Ezra Mohd Zaid's publishing company ZI Publications Sdn Bhd for publishing a book with “confusing” content that allegedly went against Islamic teachings, the Shariah court was told today. Sulastri Ishak
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Church chiefs marvel at Billy Graham's life

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Church chiefs marvel at Billy Graham's life

“The life of Billy Graham is a clear demonstration of how God used ordinary people to do extraordinary things,” Hurd said. In addition to his evangelical crusades and meetings with presidents, Graham also authored 36 books, four of them best-sellers. Graham died at his Montreat, N.C., home. According
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Is a Witch Hunt Being Waged Against Justice Clarence Thomas?

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Is a Witch Hunt Being Waged Against Justice Clarence Thomas?

Rather than first-rate journalism, Abramson's piece reads like a product of the creative writing class she now teaches at Harvard. In the fall of 1991, when the Senate was considering Thomas's nomination to the Supreme Court, Anita Hill testified before the Senate Judiciary Committee that he made
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Playwright and author Tony Kushner coming to WCU

Huber spent thirteen years writing and acting for theater companies in Kansas City and throughout Europe for the USO before returning to the University of Missouri to obtain a bachelor's degree in creative writing, a master's in writing and rhetoric, and a doctorate in rhetoric and history. This evening also
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UI's new undergraduate creative writing degree picks up steam

The University of Iowa is already renowned for its prestigious graduate writing programs, whose alumni have gone on to win major literary awards, including 17 winners of the Pulitzer Prize, six U.S. Poets Laureate, and numerous winners of the National Book Award, MacArthur Foundation Fellowships,
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Google unveils machine learning ad tool

Google unveiled Auto ads, a new ad unit for AdSense, its ad placement service for publishers, to help publishers streamline ad placement on their pages. Auto ads use machine learning to determine potential ad locations, types, and number of ads, while preserving the user experience, according to
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The PEN Ten with Marcus Wicker

Her work has earned her Cave Canem and Jacob K. Javits fellowships, two residencies to the Vermont Studio Center, and an MFA in Creative Writing from Sarah Lawrence College. In 2013, Ebony.com named her one of “7 Young Black Writers You Should Know.” A Spelman College graduate originally
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Category:Creative Commons publishing companies

Category:Creative Commons publishing companies. From Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia. Jump to: navigation, search. Subcategories. This category has only the following subcategory. O. ▻ Open access publishers (2 C, 41 P). Retrieved from
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The Bookseller launches illustrator showcase for Bologna

The Bologna Children's Book Fair is the biggest children's book fair in the world. Publishers, illustrators, graphic designers, literary agents, authors, translators, mobile developers, licensors and licensees, packagers, printers, distributors, audiobook professionals, booksellers, brands, librarians and
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Pizza truck finds parking spot at Soldier's Field

It takes three minutes from time of order to chomp down on a Carnivore or Twisted Sausage, two of Chapman's best-sellers. Some of the other, more unique offerings haven't taken off, but Chapman is quick to respond to his market and make adjustments with his menu. “The food truck was a means to an
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What's stopping the sale of your private data?

University of Calgary professors Ray Patterson, left, and Hooman Hidaji have co-authored a study that examines the decision-making process for how website publishers decide to share user data with third parties, and the growing privacy concerns associated with the practice. Photo by Riley Brandt,
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Hidden Voices

The Hidden Voices event's hosts are three modern authors who deserve attention. Each has developed a unique style and approach to writing. Fabu began journaling in grade school. At first, she wanted to be a novelist. But when she tried her hand at poetry in an attempt to break through a creative wall
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What has Donald done?

You reminded me how important my career is, how crucial journalism and creative writing are. I know I am honest, you can't take that away from me. I know this craft is important, and it is not only resilient in America, but it is thriving in spite and because of you. You made me want to subscribe to the
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FoodChain Builds Community That Cooks Together

When Becca Self founded FoodChain in October 2011, she put her science degree from the Massachusetts Institute of Technology to good use in creating an indoor aquaponics farm. She envisioned FoodChain as developing in three distinct yet interrelated phases: an urban farm, a kitchen for
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Palestinian novel dominates the International Arabic Prize for Fiction 2018

2017: “The Slaughter of the Philosophers” by Taissier Khalaf (longlist). The International Prize for Arabic Fiction (IPAF) is the most prestigious and important literary prize in the Arab world. Its aim is to reward excellence in contemporary Arabic creative writing and to encourage the readership of high
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Cats pounce, mountains rise this week at Malaprop's

In 1947, he left his job at the Associated Press and returned to Western North Carolina to pursue his interest in creative writing. By 1955, he had begun writing his monthly Roaming the Mountains column for the Asheville Citizen Times. The series was so popular; the columns were collected and
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Finding The Extraordinary In The Everyday: The Essays Of Michael McFee

The North Carolina author's new book, “Appointed Rounds” (Mercer University Press/2017), is his second collection of essays. Its name comes from an iconic line written by Herodotus, but often associated with the U.S. Postal Service: “Neither snow nor rain nor heat nor gloom of night stays these
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Diet and depression

Just this week, I have seen three patients with depression requiring treatment. Treatment options include medications, therapy, and self-care. Self-care includes things like sleep, physical activity, and diet, and is just as important as meds and therapy — sometimes more… In counseling my patients about
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Net-a-porter, Mr Porter Unveil 'Letters Live' Partnership

Tickets for the event are priced from $50 to $200, and the net profit from ticket sales (following production costs) will be donated to 826LA, an L.A.-based nonprofit organization dedicated to supporting students in creative writing, and Women for Women International, a charity which “supports women
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Lansing poet Eric Crosley brings a collaborative experience to the Robin Theatre

It's been kept alive as a recurring theme of his poetry, immortalized in the bookending poems of his 1993 creative writing master's thesis. “I've been dealing with being a transgender person my whole life, and it's very significant in my writing,” Crosley said. “I consider myself post-transgender, not because
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Scroll Signs On Publishers for Service That Will Curb Their Ads

In 2016, Scroll raised $3 million from backers including the New York Times, Wall Street Journal parent company News Corp and German publishing conglomerate Axel Springer . Gannett, the publisher of USA Today, is also investing an undisclosed amount in the company, Scroll announced Thursday.
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Tet book fairs rake in money

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Tet book fairs rake in money

The HCM City Tet Book Fair, held from February 13 to 19, earned 3.2 billion VND (141,000 USD). Held in District 1 on Nguyen Hue, Mac Thi Buoi and NgoDuc Ke streets, the fair displayed more than 26,000 titles by 12 major publishers and distributors. It also featured discussions between authors and
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PRC Book Printing Service Helps Self-Publishers Succeed

Philadelphia, PA — (SBWIRE) — 02/22/2018 — Gone are the days of going door-to-door relying on a publisher to find value in a novel, children's book, or cookbook. These days, authors are taking their future into their own hands with self-publishing- and they're causing a stir in the European market.
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Pearl Jam, Post Malone Earn High Marks Among Best-Sellers

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Pearl Jam, Post Malone Earn High Marks Among Best-Sellers

Yesterday's secondary market sales were dominated by the likes of Pearl Jam and Post Malone, both of which claimed six spots each on the Top 20 list of best-sellers. The former snagged Nos. 1-5 for their summer gigs at major U.S. ballparks, including Wrigley Field, Fenway Park and their hometown
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Scope announces participation in the NFAIS 60th Annual Conference as a sponsor – 22 Feb 2018

“Our attendance at NFAIS Conference underscores our dedication to help publishers, information product managers and enterprise content managers … “As an award winning services partner to publishers and information providers worldwide, the NFAIS conference offers Scope an opportunity to
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Public meeting set for writers, self-publishers

Do you love to write; have you thought of publishing your own material; are you self-publishing? As part of our efforts to ignite innovation Clearwater County Economic Development (CCED) is excited to provide an organization for folks interested in publishing their own works.
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Coffee Talk: Instagram Publishing

Instagram now allows for brands to use third-party platforms, including SocialFlow, to publish, schedule, and manage all posts. SocialFlow's CEO Jim Anderson highlights monetizing Instagram through AttentionStream and rebalancing social media distribution. Monetizing Your Instagram Posts:
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Trenance Park turns 30 years

The brochure is one of the first of many that will be published by the Verulam Historical Society. The history of other suburbs of Verulam will soon be published by the society to assist the residents and students of Verulam and neighbouring areas in their assignments and theses. “The Verulam Historical
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The Rise of the Black Superhero

He made history when he became the first African-American on staff at The Philadelphia Record, a mainstream white newspaper. When The Record closed in 1947, Evans formed a publishing company, All-Negro Comics, Inc. with two former colleagues from the paper, editors Harry T. Saylor and Bill
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Refreshing vs. re-Publishing

I'm a complete newbie and am having trouble with refreshing data (it doesn't work at all). I can get the results I want through re-publishing. Is.
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Wynnewood man pens book on synagogues of Long Island

He described himself as lucky since he found a commercial publisher — not a self-publishing company — without the help of an agent. The book is being published by History Press of Charleston, S.C. According to Poliakoff, History Press specializes in publishing books on regional histories. With over
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Get Involved

3,” published by the Great Books Foundation. The group meets from 6 to 8 p.m. the fourth Monday, at the …. SELF-PUBLISHING: Learn the essentials of how to self-publish a book with CreateSpace from 6:30 to 8:30 p.m. today, Feb. 22, at Burlington Public Library, 820 E. Washington Ave. Free. Register:
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The death of Ernest Hecht, the last great émigré publisher, marks the end of a special era

My close friend Ernest Hecht, who died last week, was the last of a remarkable generation of Jewish émigré publishers who transformed and enlivened the British book scene, once the preserve of gentlemen, in the decades after the Second World War and before the era of conglomeration. Unlike the
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Google automates ad placement for publishers with machine learning

Google has introduced AdSense Auto ads that use machine learning to make placement and monetization decisions on behalf of publishers, a Google Inside AdSense blog post announced. Auto ads are optimized to display only when they are most likely to perform best and provide a good user
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