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Your Weekly Recommendations Saturday, September 23, 2017
 
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‘It’s not just Church Street’: In Bengaluru, these three Kannada bookshops have their own identities
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A conversation with ALSCW President Ernest Suarez- part 1
Oxford University Press blogDanp
Literary Imagination is a forum for all those interested in the distinctive nature, uses, and pleasures of literature, from ancient to modern, in all languages. Its aim is to encourage wide-ranging discussions between those committed to the reading and study of literary...
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Barnes & Noble Inc, Consumer Goods & Retail
My Neighborhood Barnes & Noble Is Closing and I’m Sad About It
BOOK RIOTTiffani Willis
I sometimes fantasize about moving to another city. Ideally that city would be inexpensive, but with the all the amenities of a big city. Right now a ridiculously expensive one-bedroom apartment is home. Despite the rent, I absolutely love the area where...
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GGP: What 'Energy Security' Looks Like in the 21st Century
Natural Gas Europe - Latest NewsMatthew Bey
The statements, opinions and data contained in the content published in Global Gas Perspectives are solely those of the individual authors and contributors and not of the publisher and the editor(s) of Natural Gas World. The following is an excerpt of an...
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Consumer Goods & Retail, Publishing Industry
‘It’s not just Church Street’: In Bengaluru, these three Kannada bookshops have their own identities
Scroll.in - News. Politics. Culture.Satyavrat Kk
“I went to England to see daffodils celebrated by Wordsworth ‘tossing their heads in sprightly dance’. And I have a dream. I dream of a time when people who visit Karnataka want to smell the fragrant Mysore jasmines, eat the bananas of...
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Publishing Industry, Reporting & Storytelling
Want to write a bestselling novel? Use an algorithm
The GuardianDonna Ferguson
It’s the multimillion pound question that publishers and writers have been pondering for decades: what makes a bestseller? Attempting to write one could certainly pay off – the highest-paid author in the world, JK Rowling, has made $95m (£70m) in the past...
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Consumer Goods & Retail, Publishing Industry
A Half Dozen Lessons About Writing and Getting a Book Published
Tren Griffin's BlogTrengriffin
“To write what is worth publishing, to find honest people to publish it, and get sensible people to read it, are the three great difficulties in being an author.” Charles Caleb Colton (1780 – 1832) Write a book proposal first. I have...
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The Gentlewoman, a Magazine That’s Also a Club
BoF - The Business of FashionOsman Ahmed
LONDON, United Kingdom — On a typically temperamental Wednesday morning in London, a well-heeled crowd has gathered at the Cos store in Spitalfields Market in the East End of the city. They have come as members of The Gentlewoman Club, a loosely-knit...
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Publishing Industry
Oswald Brown's new book showcased at 47th Congressional Black Caucus Foundation’s Legislative Weekend
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WASHINGTON, D.C. – Oswald T. Brown, author of Woes of Life, is pictured with his wife Elisabeth Ann Brown (left) and Adair White Johnson (right) on Friday, September 22, 2017, in the Author’s Pavilion at the 47th Congressional Black Caucus Foundation’s (CBCF)...
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Consumer Goods & Retail, Publishing Industry
When Your Phone Is Your Library, Are You Really Reading?
Daily BeastMalcolm Jones
Hillary Clinton’s publisher just released a victory lap press release about her new book this week. According to Simon and Schuster, What Happened sold an impressive 300,000 copies in its first week of publication. That figure comprises all formats in which the...
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Publishing Industry
One Man Kills His Demons By Saving Lives, The Other Embraces His By Taking Them- THE OATH
TalkBooksWorldBooks News Desk
The lives of two men, once brothers-in-arms who survived years of brutal torture as POWs, took vastly different paths after they returned home. One, now a SFPD homicide inspector, wants nothing more than to keep his demons from those years buried forever....
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