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Teen publishes her first book of poetry
A lot of people dream of publishing a book at some point in their lives. Tarah Agathe Valin, 17, a senior at Foxborough Regional Charter School, has already reached that milestone. Valin, of Brockton, published her first poetry book “Wilting Daisies ...

5 great comic books that should be made into movies
Sure, most of the universe (Marvel and otherwise) is all hyped up over “Avengers: Infinity War.” We get that. But, honestly, doesn't the “Avengers” seem so, well, 2018? We're already looking past that movie (which we're sure will make even more money ...

8 New Books That Dish the Dirt on Show Business
There's no business like show business — at least according to these new entertainment-related books, all out the first half of this year. From insightful and emotional biographies of geniuses like Paul Simon and Robin Williams, to a first-time memoir ...

Agent Assistant - Book Publishing
The Role Paradigm Talent Agency is seeking a highly motivated and qualified assistant to support an agent in our Book Publishing department. In addition to being organized and efficient, candidates should possess a strong understanding and interest in ...

LSC Communications Awarded Multi-Year Book Publisher Services Agreement with Taylor & Francis Group
CHICAGO--(BUSINESS WIRE)--LSC Communications (NYSE: LKSD) has embarked on a new strategic relationship with international academic publisher Taylor & Francis Group, a division of Informa plc, to provide print, fulfillment and distribution services ...

Trump Book Frenzy Is Only Gaining Momentum
"In Trump's case, the revolving door is spinning off the hinges, resulting in a bonanza for publishers." The latest deal: an oral history of the 15 years leading up to the launch of Trump's winning presidential campaign in 2015. Vanity Fair contributor ...

Dambisa Moyo: By the Book
The economist Dambisa Moyo, author most recently of “Edge of Chaos,” loves Agatha Christie's “detestable, bombastic, tiresome, egocentric little creep” Hercule Poirot. What books are on your nightstand? A mishmash of books that reflect my interests ...

BUSHNELL ON BOOKS: Choices for children are entertaining and educational
What do toy stuffed animals do when nobody is home? They have a wild party, of course! This is Jancee Dunn's first children's book, collaborating nicely with Peaks Island illustrator Scott Nash to create one of the funniest children's books in a long ...

IntechOpen Embeds Dimensions Badges from Digital Science
IntechOpen is the market leader in scientific publishing of Open Access books with more than 3,350 published OA books to date and 1.7 million downloads of scientific chapters and books in the last year. More than 107,500 researchers, including Nobel ...

Michelle McNamara Died Pursuing the Golden State Killer. Her Husband, Patton Oswalt, Has Questions for Him.
On Tuesday night, the comedian Patton Oswalt was in Chicago at an event to promote “I'll Be Gone in the Dark,” a chilling true crime book about the Golden State Killer, who committed a string of unsolved rapes and murders in California in the 1970s and ...

Roundup of new children's books
Launched with a poignant personal recollection from 1968, Berkeley author Elizabeth Partridge's book relies on her own interviews to investigate the personal cost of war. She zeroes in on six U.S. soldiers, one military nurse and one Vietnamese refugee ...

George RR Martin's 'Fire And Ice' Prequel Gets Publishing Date, But 'Winds Of Winter' Still Chilling
The forthcoming book won't be a continuation of the books stemming from A Song of Ice and Fire. Considering prequels continue to be a hot commodity right now, Fire and Blood will take place three-hundred years before the events of Fire and Ice. The ...

Millennials Hit the Great Books
Norman, Okla. 'This is the hardest class you will ever take,” one of my University of Oklahoma professors warned. I eagerly enrolled in the course, “Fate and the Individual in European Literature.” Taught by three professors using a syllabus developed ...

17 Children's Books That Promote Understanding Of Autism
The Centers for Disease Control and Prevention estimates that about 1 in 68 children in the U.S. has been diagnosed with autism spectrum disorder. Yet despite improvements, people with autism are still relatively underrepresented in the realm of film ...

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