Updated NJSIAA Softball Playoff brackets with first round on the books

35 SOFTBALL: Point Pleasant Boro vs. Delaware Valley (NJSIAA Central Jersey, Group 2, First Round) The first round of the NJSIAA Softball State Tournament is in the books after a full Tuesday of action. There were already some notable upheavals as the teams took their first steps towards winning section …

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Author Dawn Turner wins $25,000 from Newberry Library as first recipient of new Pattis Family Prize – Chicago Tribune

The Newberry Library has awarded Dawn Turner, author of “Three Girls from Bronzeville,” $25,000 as the recipient of the first-ever Pattis Family Foundation Chicago Book Award. The award aims to highlight works that transform the public’s understanding of Chicago, its history and its people. And the size of the prize …

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Anita Heiss and five other women win NSW Premier’s Literary Awards 2022

This year’s NSW Premier’s Literary Awards presented six female writer awards, spanning a range of categories including the Indigenous Writers Award, People’s Choice Award and the UTS Glenda Adams Award for New Writing. The total prize of $295,000 makes the prize the highest-grossing state-funded literary prize in Australia. This year, …

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Introducing the Atlantic Books Extended Section

When Emily Dickinson encountered her first real book as a child, she experienced a moment of pure, joyful recognition. “This, then, is a book!” she exclaimed. “And there are more!” Atlantic would continue to publish Dickinson’s poems; perhaps more importantly, it introduced her to a lifelong mentor, Thomas Wentworth Higginson. …

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Maxim Biller and Ukraine: the resignation of a German Jewish author?

I am well aware that to disconnect from university, or cruel news about Ukraine, it is better to read books that have nothing to do with your studies. Yet, over the holidays, I found myself down the rabbit hole of finishing the books by Maxim Biller that I hadn’t read …

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Israel: Original manuscript of Theodor Herzl’s novel exhibited to the public for the first time

‘Altneuland’ describes the vision of the Jewish state by the founder of Zionism The original German manuscript of Theodor Herzl’s novel “Altneuland” is on public display for the first time at the Herzl Center in Jerusalem, as part of a new exhibition celebrating 120 years of its publication. This utopian …

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Local woman writes book about coping with grief after son’s suicide at 18 – The Daily Gazette

Judi Merriam’s euphonious voice is well known in the Schenectady theater community – this singer and actress has performed on many stages over the years. Recently, Merriam used her voice in another way, she wrote a forthcoming memoir focusing on grief. Titled ‘Empty Shoes by the Door’ and due out …

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Sports betting manager Chris Andrews knows a thing or two about the books

LAS VEGAS — Losing to Syracuse deflated Pitt quarterback Niko Peramos, who dreamed of national championship glory his senior season. Instead, the Panthers would face Illinois in the Alamo Bowl. Niko was invited to the Heisman Trophy festivities in New York, and some thought he would become No. 1 in …

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What Esper and other Trump tellers said, before and after

Placeholder while loading article actions Once again, a former senior Trump administration official has released a memoir containing explosive revelations about former President Donald Trump – this time coming from former Secretary of Defense Mark T. Esper. And as each tell-tale came to light, it was rightly noted that much …

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Why Graphic Novels Are Great for Learning History

This content contains affiliate links. When you purchase through these links, we may earn an affiliate commission. Few things infuriate me more than some readers’ disdain for graphic novels and comic books. This is probably only surpassed by people who still claim – in 2022 – that audiobooks don’t count …

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Bedtime Story review by Chloe Hooper – an extraordinary treasure trove of hope and grief | Books

Chloe Hooper sets her memoirs together in quick strokes: two young sons, an older partner and something, suddenly, happens that makes domestic life precious and strange. The father of her children is Don Watson (writer, historian and, famously, Keating’s speechwriter). The something: a common cancer and a rare mutation. Hooper, …

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More books for all – Daily Ardmoreite

Special at Armoreite OKLAHOMA CITY — State Superintendent of Public Instruction Joy Hofmeister announced Tuesday that the Oklahoma State Department of Education (OSDE) is investing $2.5 million in federal relief funds pandemic to expand Dolly Parton’s Imagination Library to all 77 counties in Oklahoma. OSDE will provide a 1:1 match …

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Author Diane Magras’ on her journey from a child recreating the work of other writers to weaving her own stories

Author Diane Magras Photo courtesy of Diane Magras Growing up, Freeport author Diane Magras’ favorite pastime was recreating adventure stories her father read to her. She found she connected more to fiction by telling it from her perspective as a child. Today, Magras tells stories in her own words. She …

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Nuvig sets out to develop novel immune therapies for chronic inflammatory and autoimmune diseases

REDWOOD CITY, Calif.–(BUSINESS WIRE)–Nuvig Therapeutics, Inc., today announced the company’s launch to develop novel therapies that induce immune homeostasis mechanisms and treat autoimmune diseases without compromising normal immune function. To support this mission, the company closed a $47 million Series A funding, led by Novo Holdings A/S and Platanus, and …

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Riverdale Embraces the Importance of Returning Library Books

Before closing the library, he wants to get all his books back. Jughead correctly assumes it’s because Percival seeks to control the knowledge and thinking of the people of Riverdale. The books promote imagination and independent thought, things that are enemies of Percival and his evil plans. Since none of …

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New chapter for a literary event with three authors

THREE eminent authors will give lectures at Wargrave Literary Night, part of this year’s village festival. Amanda Jennings, Will Carver and Nick Butterworth, who each have a connection to the region, will speak in the Mill Green marquee on Thursday June 16. Vanessa Holburn, freelance journalist and author, who is …

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Where to watch and read Accel World

accelerated world has a premise that is probably quite familiar to many anime fans. Starring a misunderstood and bullied youngster, the series sees him earn a new, more successful life in the realms of an online video game. Despite what it may seem, the series is not an isekai, although …

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Prince William praises ‘planet placement’ that puts climate change at the forefront of emissions

Dermot O’Leary sent a ‘special thank you’ to the Duke of Cambridge after accepting the Bafta award for best live event for The Earthshot Prize, which the presenter described as William’s ‘baby’. He described working on the show as a “privilege” and “the most rewarding experience for all of us”. …

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‘I wanted a book to unite us’: Chloe Hooper on helping her sons deal with the death of their father | Australian books

Bon the right, glossy books knocked off my children’s shelves. Their pages, a carnival of anthropomorphic animals dancing, singing, leading their fullest lives. CS Lewis believed that “a children’s story is the best art form for anything you have to say,” but none of those stories contained what we needed …

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Important questions about reading and writing for young adult author Nikky Lee

Provided Nikky Lee, Australian young adult and fantasy writer. Nikky Lee is an award-winning young adult writer whose latest book, The Rarkyn’s Familiar, was published following a Twitter pitching contest, PitDark. For more than 12 hours, authors presented manuscripts to agents and editors – essentially jumping in front of the …

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The Humble Farmer: A mystery novel fan bewildered by a true crime

You heard me say that while I can watch old friendly movies over and over, I don’t watch anything new. Colombo. Columbo roasting Frank Sinatra. Notting Hill. Jack Benny. The same goes for books. I have nine Dutch books that I read over and over again. They’re about De Cock, …

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Lakers: NBA writer applauds LeBron James for ‘elitist’ tweet – All Lakers

LeBron tweets and writers write. That’s how it goes. Earlier this week, LeBron called out NBA voters for awarding Memphis Grizzlies guard Ja Morant the most improved player. Essentially, LeBron tried to bury voters and insinuated that some of the voters didn’t have “real basketball brains.” Thusday, Athletic’s Joe Vardona …

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10 free uses of your library card (beyond checking books)

What does your library card offer? Hint: Much more than a lifetime supply of books. Ask if your library offers any of these free benefits. Free library card Trips to the Museum Organizations like RAD pass in Pittsburgh connects library cardholders to cultural attractions and museums in their area for …

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Author offers replacements for books banned in South Dakota

RAPID CITY, SD (AP) — Best-selling author Dave Eggers is offering high school students in South Dakota’s second-largest city free copies of his book “The Circle” and copies of four books by other authors who have been removed from schools in the district. Rapid City school administrators deemed the books …

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Online Novel Reading Platform Market Growth Penetration and Demand Forecast – Queen Anne and Mangolia News

Online Novel Reading Platform Market Overview | 2022 – 2030 Understand the influence of Online novel reading platform market Detailed analysis is provided for each segment, including an overview of their respective revenue and market share over the forecast period.Free sample request The Online Novel Reading Platform Market report evaluates …

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5 Books About The Life-Changing Power Of Your Own Mind

“Everything we are is the result of what we have thought.” If you had to guess that this quote is from a religious leader or a scientist, which would you choose? If you chose the first, you would be right, it was the Buddha. But if you choose the scientist, …

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Ask the author: Eric Gapstur

In an interview with The Daily Iowan, Eastern Iowa comic book artist Eric Gapstur talks about his new book, “Sort of Super,” which follows a middle schooler as he discovers he has superpowers. Eric Gapstur is a comic book artist living in eastern Iowa. Gapstur has released their first graphic …

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Is Colleen Hoover’s Latest Novel ‘Reminders of Him’ Worth Reading? – The Referee

Bestselling author Colleen Hoover is known for her collection of romance novels that each tell a unique story that never seems to disappoint. You may have heard of his bestselling novels “It ends with us”, “Ugly Love” or “Verity”. The question is, how will his latest version compare to his …

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Nick Kyrgios and Naomi Osaka rumors swirl around Wimbledon doubles partnership

Rumors are swirling that Naomi Osaka could team up to play mixed doubles with Nick Kyrgios at Wimbledon. The four-time Grand Slam champion has confirmed she will play mixed doubles at the All England Club, but did not reveal who her partner would be. Watch Tennis Live with beIN SPORTS …

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The author seeks to educate | News, Sports, Jobs

Joel Burcat wanted to educate people about the natural gas industry, especially its impact on a small community in Pennsylvania. As a fiction writer, he takes a slightly different approach without taking sides on the often contentious issue. His novel, “Strange Fire” aims to inform but also entertain …

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Corpse de Ballet, Megan Kearney’s new YA graphic novel for 2024

| Corps de ballet is Megan KerneyYA’s new graphic novel about two students at a private ballet academy who investigate the disappearance of another dancer, who they believe has been murdered, while being haunted by an unseen force. Corpse de Ballet, Megan Kearney’s new YA graphic novel for 2024 Megan …

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“Grandfather of the Goth”: fan campaign for an American stamp in honor of Edward Gorey | Drawing

A was launched to recognize American queer artist Edward Gorey, whose “eerie whimsical” drawings have inspired everyone from novelist Lemony Snicket to director Tim Burton, with a U.S. postage stamp on his 100th birthday in 2025. “Eccentric” isn’t strong enough to describe the writer, illustrator, puppeteer and theater designer some …

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AAUW Book Sale Returns Bigger and Better Than Ever | News, Sports, Jobs

CHRIS MORELLI/THE EXPRESS Lock Haven University student Lauren Miller reads a book cover while shopping for books during the AAUW Friday afternoon book sale at LHU. LOCK HAVEN – If you’re a book fan, the Lock Haven East Campus Gym is the place to be this weekend. The annual AAUW …

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ranjith: Pa Ranjith vouches for Dravidian unity, says Tamil writers haven’t celebrated much | Madurai News

Madurai: Director Pa Ranjith said uniting the Dravidians was the need of the hour. He was speaking to reporters ahead of the inaugural ceremony of “Words from the Roots”, a Dalit literary gathering, at World Tamil Sangam in Madurai on Friday.Responding to a question about the debate among actors over …

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Local Metal Band Inspires Graphic Novel – Spotlight News – The home of The Spot 518

DELMAR-Local metal band The Clay People received an honor that only a few other musicians belong to as they are immortalized in a comic book. Other musicians who have joined the honor include Alice Cooper, KISS and Rob Zombie. The band’s song, “Colossus”, became the muse of the EP1T0ME and …

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Four questions to Elizabeth Acevedo

Best-selling author and poet Elizabeth Acevedo follows up on her acclaimed novels for young adults, including The poet X and Clap when you landwith Legacy: A Visual Poem, a small format picture book illustrated by Andrea Pippins. In the book, Acevedo highlights and celebrates the often-controversial topic of black hair …

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Read a book today: books (Rachel’s version)

Lyndzi Ramos | Daily Trojan Well, welcome to my 30-for-DT. Frankly, I feel like I shouldn’t be writing this. I think I’m still that sophomore since March 2020. I see myself leaving my GE at Taper Hall, looking at my phone while walking through Trousdale, and getting this email. I …

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Ofsted slams Archdiocese for banning gay author’s visit to Catholic school | ofste

Attempts to oust school governors who supported a visit by a gay perpetrator have left staff and pupils “feeling angry, confused and frustrated”, Ofsted said. Ofsted said its rapid inspection of John Fisher School in Purley was prompted by concerns over the school’s governance, after Catholic leaders in the archdiocese …

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Daisy Hildyard’s new novel reflects nature’s ambivalence and violence in the age of climate change

Photo by Alexander W Helin / getty images Eemergency, the second novel by Daisy Hildyard, is told by a woman living alone during confinement. Stuck between four walls, she recalls her childhood in the 1990s in a village in Yorkshire. The memories and reflections of the protagonist, however, refuse to …

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Here are five key findings from Harvard’s landmark report on its links to slavery | News

Harvard University released a landmark report on Tuesday that details the school’s close ties to slavery. The 130-page report, which comes two years after university president Lawrence S. Bacow launched the Presidential Committee on Harvard and the Legacy of Slavery, documents how the university was shaped and sustained by the …

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Books of the Week of April 27 – The Hartselle Enquirer

Title: “Hitting the Books” Author: Jenn McKinlay “It’s a cozy mystery. It’s in the middle of a series but can be read as a standalone story. Library director Lindsey Norris is embroiled in a hit-and-run case when library materials are found in the car. The victim, Theresa Huston, survives, only …

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Hoosier Authors Book Club continues

review review The Hoosier Authors Book Club continues its seventh year with virtual meetings. The General Lew Wallace Study & Museum Book Club will discuss Chris White’s book “The Life List of Adrian Mandrick” at 7 p.m. on May 19 via a Zoom meeting. Books are currently available at checkout …

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David A. Robertson’s new novel The Theory of Crows is a dramatic tale of suffering and healing – read an excerpt now

The crow theory is the latest book by best-selling Canadian author David A. Robertson. Robertson’s first adult novel is about a disconnected and distant relationship between a man named Matthew and his teenage daughter Holly. Following a tragic event, Matthew and Holly reunite and head ashore in search of a …

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“Our Best Self”: FSU Poets Celebrate National Poetry Month 2022

Barbara Hamby, Lecturer and Emeritus University Researcher Alumnus of FSU, Hamby is the author of six books of poetry and was a 2010 Guggenheim Fellow in Poetry. Her poems have appeared in The New Yorker, Poetry, The Paris Review, Yale Review, American Poetry Review and many other magazines. Her work …

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Star Wars Essential Legends Collection: Books in Chronological Order

star wars was one of the first franchises to tell connected stories across multiple mediums: movies, TV shows, comics, novels, cartoons, video games, and even toys. Die-hard fans love to explore all aspects of the expanded universe and become experts in the most intricate areas. Star Wars Details. When Disney …

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Where to watch and read Wandering Witch

Wandering Witch: Elaina’s Journey is a gem that many anime fans overlook. It takes place in a beautiful fantasy world and follows the story of Elaina, a witch in her own right who travels the world. There are plenty of fantasy anime full of magic, supernatural characters, and fascinating landscapes, …

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World Book Day 2022: why it is celebrated, theme this year, interesting quotes | world news

World Book and Copyright Day 2022: Organized by UNESCO, World Book Day aims to develop the habit of reading for pleasure in everyone from childhood and inspire more people to write and publish their work. World Book Day 2022: Each year, April 23 is celebrated as World Book and Copyright …

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Portugal’s favorite book genre is romance, the US prefers classic novels

April 23 is World Book Day. If you’re Portuguese-American looking for your next great read, chances are you’re torn between a romance and a classic novel, according to a new study by StudyingInSwitzerland (SIS) that looked at favorite book genres by country the honor of World Book Day. A product …

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‘Villanelle will be back!’ Killing Eve author speaks out on disastrous TV finale | Kill Eve

Warning: This piece contains spoilers from the Killing Eve Season 4 finale. As an author, it’s a pleasure to have your work adapted for television, as my Killing Eve novels were. You’re never going to like everything the writing team does, that’s for sure. You are too close to the …

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Texas author who staged series of novels along the border dies

DALLAS (AP) — Romeo Rolando Hinojosa-Smith, an award-winning Texas author who began in the 1970s writing a series of novels… DALLAS (AP) — Romeo Rolando Hinojosa-Smith, an award-winning Texas author who began writing a series of novels in the 1970s telling the stories of people living in a fictional county …

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Seattle’s past and present collide on the Market to MOHAI pedestrian route

One foot in front of the other Always read the plate. Taking this advice from “The 99% Invisible City: A Field Guide to the Hidden World of Everyday Design” to heart makes me an endlessly slow walking companion, but it also brings otherwise pedestrian corners to life when I learn …

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The Antiquarian Book Fair: from Sondheim’s letters to a discovery by Brontë

The New York International Antiquarian Book Fair, which returns to the Park Avenue Armory this weekend after a two-year pandemic hiatus, is one of the world’s premier gatherings of the rare book tribe. For more casual visitors, it can also be a dizzying experience of information overload. Yes, there are …

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Distinguished Honorary Degree Recipients for 2022

Former US Senator and Secretary of State Hillary Clinton is one of many personalities who … [+] will receive an honorary degree at the next academic year. (Photo by Drew Angerer/Getty Images) Getty Images Launch season is fast approaching, and across the country, colleges and universities are announcing final plans …

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Yen Press Announces New Korean Manhwa and Ize Press Light Novel

Acclaimed English-language light novel and manga publisher Yen Press – whose licensed offerings include Bungo Stray Dogs, Solo Leveling and Goblin Slayer – has opened Ize Press, a new brand dedicated to bringing Korean content such as manhwa and light novels to Western audiences. Source: Official website of the Ize …

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Julia Roberts on Not Doing Romantic Comedies for 20 Years: If Anything Was Notting Hill Level, I Would

The Notting Hill star said she avoided the genre for nearly two decades because no storyline matched the level of her famous films like Pretty Woman or My Best Friend’s Wedding. Besides his brief appearances in the rom-com set Valentine’s Day and Mother’s Day and the romantic drama Eat Pray …

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Florida rejects 54 math books, saying critical race theory appeared in some

The Florida Department of Education has rejected 54 math textbooks for its K-12 curriculum, citing reasons ranging from the inclusion of critical race theory to common core learning concepts. The rejected books represent a record 41% of the 132 books submitted for review, the Florida Department of Education said in …

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Local YA author publishes hopeful and relevant book on anxiety

Utah author Erin Stewart’s new book “The Words We Keep” illustrates the very real battle many teens face today: anxiety disorder. (Erin Stewart) Estimated reading time: 8-9 minutes UTAH COUNTY — “When the problem is in your head, no one but you can carry it.” Though spoken by a fictional …

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10 Star Wars Characters Who Starred In A Novel

the star wars The universe is one of the largest and most beloved areas of fiction, beautifully blending sci-fi space opera with epic fantasy worthy of the likes of The Lord of the Rings. While it began life on the big screen, the saga quickly expanded into comics, games, and …

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7 wonders of the ancient world

The Seven Wonders of the Ancient World were a selection of exceptional pieces of architecture and art in the Middle East, North Africa and Southern Europe. A number of ancient and medieval writers from Europe and the Middle East discussed and described what are now called the seven “wonders” of …

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Immerse Yourself in Comics May 7

Free Comic Book Day is an annual event hosted by the North American comics industry and iconic publishers like Marvel Comics, DC Comics, and Dark Horse Comics to make free comic books available to readers everywhere. country. The five Ws Who: Anyone of school age and older is welcome to …

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Reviews | ‘And Tango Makes Three’ Authors: Here Are Other Children’s Books Florida Should Probably Ban

(Henry Cole for the Washington Post) Peter Parnell and Justin Richardson wrote the 2005 children’s book “And Tango Makes Three”, which was one of the most banned or contested books in the United States. [Florida’s] HB 1557…widely known as the “don’t say gay” bill, prohibits classroom instruction on “sexual orientation …

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The origins of a love story in a new topical novel about Ukraine

A novel by Ben Frank By Ben G. Frank Many love stories begin with a first look. Before the age of the jet, many romances began on a train or at a station. Who does not remember the great Russian novel, Anna Kareninaor the classic movie, Waterloo Bridge. Stations have …

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EXCERPT: Jill Biden, browsing a leading platform | Delaware News

By JULIE PACE and DARLENE SUPERVILLE, Associated Press The following excerpt is from the introduction to “Jill: A Biography of the First Lady,” by Associated Press reporters Julie Pace and Darlene Superville. The book details the life of Dr. Jill Biden. Superville covers the White House for the AP; Pace, …

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Valiant Entertainment signs deal for line of adult novels and audiobooks

| Valiant Entertainment has signed a deal for a line of adult first novels featuring the Valiant characters they still own as part of a partnership with Blackstone Publishing. With characters such as Shadowman, Eternal Warrior and Livewire appearing in prose for the first time. Blackstone is best known as …

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Author Dana Bennett’s new book “Growing out of Old into New” is a poignant celebration of the strength given by faith that helped her escape the scourge of addiction

DENTON, TX (PRWEB) April 13, 2022 Dana Bennett, a recovering mother, wife and friend who battled substance abuse issues for twenty years, has completed her new book “Growing out of Old into New”: a compilation of essays and verses sharing her own experiences both under the influence of addition …

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Coming soon to valiant adult novels with Blackstone Publishing partnership • AIPT

Valiant Entertainment has revealed that it has partnered with Blackstone Publishing to produce adult novels featuring Valiant characters. It’s still early days, but Shadowman, Eternal Warrior, and Livewire were just three characters who will likely get adult novel adaptations. With book publishing grossing over $25 billion in 2020, now is …

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Who is MacKenzie Scott? – The New York Times

But as Ms Scott’s fame for giving money grew, so too did the deluge of calls for gifts from strangers and old friends. That clamor may have driven Ms Scott’s already low-key operation further underground, with recent philanthropic announcements like sudden lightning bolts for unsuspecting recipients. Attempts to reach Ms. …

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Insurtech startup AuditCover books $1.7 million funding round

Tax office audit insurtech AuditCover has raised $1.7 million in a fundraising round led by Hunter Equity Group. Other strategic investors included local angel investors Ron Lesh of BGL) and Guy Pearson of Ignition, as well as Nasda-listed global reinsurance firm Greenlight Re. Founder and CEO Gil Snir designed AuditCover …

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International and SWFL authors join forces to raise funds for Ukrainian families

PUNTA GORDA A group of local and international authors come together to raise money for Ukrainians. A collaboration of creative works by international authors and artists also helps others. It all started with a post by a man named Rob Daniel on the Facebook group The Write Away, Draw Away. …

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Longtime Wisconsin State Attorney Writes Environmental Thriller in First Novel | Entertainment

GENA KITTNER For the State Journal What started as an MFA thesis turned into an environmental/legal thriller published in Wisconsin. Madison author Jeffrey D. Boldt’s “Blue Lake” was published in March and is his first novel. Boldt, a longtime retired Wisconsin state attorney, draws on his legal and environmental training …

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Kazakh folklore orchestra Otyrar Sazy plans to expand foreign repertoire

NUR-SULTAN – Otyrar Sazy Academic Folk and Ethnographic Orchestra of Kazakhstan will expand its foreign repertoire by adding popular works of famous musicians on Kazakh folk instruments, said Dinara Tlendiyeva, the orchestra’s director. artistic director and conductor during his meeting with President Kassym-Jomart Tokayev on April 1. Otyrar Sazy Orchestra …

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Local author’s new book ‘Strange’ deserves praise | News

A local author and teacher at Middlebury College has published her third book of stories, ‘How Strange a Season’, continuing her exploration of women and their interactions with nature and the world. “Megan Mayhew Bergman is one of the finest writers for chronicling our tangled, intimate, and complicated relationship with …

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ICv2: March 2022 NPD BookScan

For the third consecutive month, the manga sweeps the Book Channel’s Top 20 Adult Graphic Novels rankings, based on NPD BookScan data for March 2022 (2/27/22-4/2/22) provided to ICv2 . The scan included five volumes of Chainsaw Man, five of Demon Slayer: Kimetsu no Yaiba, and three of Jujutsu Kaisen. …

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The 14 best books of the year so far 2022

School for Good Mothers by Jessamine Chan Frida Liu is a single working mother in the near future who makes the mistake of leaving her child alone at home for a few hours one afternoon. The authorities are summoned by the neighbors and his daughter Harriet is taken from him. …

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Book from trusted digital forensics expert authors

NEW YORK, April 07, 2022 (GLOBE NEWSWIRE) — Sandline Global, a leading provider of litigation support and eDiscovery services, announces that Robert B. Fried, Senior Vice President and Global Head of forensics and investigations, digital forensics expert, private investigator, and sought-after industry thought leader, has released his book, Forensic Data …

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Naver Webtoon and Munpia Host Billion-Won Web Novel Contest

Naver Webtoon and Munpia, a web novel platform, are on the hunt for the next big web novels, or novels published online, with 1 billion won in prizes. The two companies announced on Thursday that their web novel competition will open on May 11 with two rounds: the first round …

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Live 2022 NFL Draft updates: mock drafts, date and time and breaking news

Anyone want a quarterback? Or do we just want to talk about it for a moment? As we continue to roar toward the 2022 NFL Draft, the QB first-round conversation remains…well, cloudy. Here has Athleticism, this week we’re looking at team-specific fictional drafts with direct insight from our editors in …

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Expanding Access to Books Across Menominee County | News, Sports, Jobs

Courtesy photo The new Stephenson’s Pharmacy mini-library, 1920. As part of the Menominee County Library’s centennial celebration this year, the Friends of the Menominee County Library is sponsoring a look back at a full century of exceptional service to its patrons. Today, it’s pretty easy to …

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Author’s Tranquility Press supports Obert Hall as he recounts his family’s biography in Lost Legacy

Media and advertising solutions providers for writers, Author’s Tranquility Press, supports Obert Hall as he publishes ‘Lost Inheritance’, a 5-generation family biography that culminates in the creation of Zimbabwe lost legacy is a play that will hook readers to the end, as Obert Holl, a native of Rhodesia who defied …

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Toni Morrison’s novels tackle the root cause of health care disparities, professor writes

LAWRENCE — While some people have recently sought to remove Toni Morrison’s 1970 novel “The Bluest Eye” from high school curricula, a University of Kansas researcher says part of its value lies in how which he informs modern readers about long-standing gender and racial health disparities. exposed by the COVID-19 …

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