University of Akron Press Hosts Holiday Book Sale at Bierce Library, Nov. 28 – The Buchtelite

The Holiday Book Sale will take place at the Bierce Library on Monday, November 28, 2022, from 12 p.m. to 3 p.m. Do you like to read or write? Check out the University of Akron Press Vacation Book Sale on Monday, Nov. 28 from 12 p.m. to 3 p.m. With …

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The beauty and poetry of the skies

Mark Breen. Photo provided. SPRINGFIELD, Vermont – Mark Breen, Planetarium Director and Senior Meteorologist at the Fairbanks Museum, will present the OLLI-Osher Lifelong Learning Institute’s upcoming program “The Beauty and Poetry of the Heavens: The Ancient Teachings of Aratus” on Tuesday, November 29 at 2 p.m. at the Nolin Murray …

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Award-winning Ukrainian writers published in new anthology

Printed ISBN: 9781737718161 A fascinating and evocative collection of prose, poetry, essays and photos This superb anthology of Ukrainian writers delights us with talented writing across all genres and makes us realize what it means to be a Ukrainian on the frontlines of freedom. […]” — Marie Yovanovitch; Former US …

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Batman’s Wonderland Gang brings literature to comics

Readers can all agree that comics differ greatly from classic literature. Comics are action-packed with stunning visuals, and while many novels provide illustrations, they are often muted in tone and rely more on words to present their vision. Both are timeless on their own, but their approach to storytelling couldn’t …

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Simon & Schuster owner will let sale to Penguin fall apart, sources say

NEW YORK, Nov 20 (Reuters) – The owner of book publishing powerhouse Simon & Schuster will let its $2.2 billion sale to Penguin Random House collapse on Monday, opening the door for a new suitor to try to strike a deal, according to people familiar with the matter. The acquisition …

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Know Your City: Pune’s GA Kulkarni Road Honors Famous Marathi Writer

If you walk down Karishma Society Road in Kothrud today you will see restaurants lined up, sharing walls, with children, teenagers and adults gathered outside. The area is “all trendy” with nice buildings, multiplexes, shopping malls and so on. But just around the corner of this road, hidden behind the …

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Newly Discovered Wind in the Willows Illustration Will Be Auctioned | Books

An original illustration of The Wind in the Willows, recently discovered hanging in a country house, is to be auctioned. The pencil and ink drawing is by EH Shepard, who illustrated the Kenneth Grahame and Winnie-the-Pooh classic. Titled Swaggering Down the Steps, it shows Mr. Toad descending the steps of …

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Rehabilitate poetic marriages, exclusivity and keep it crystal clear

Poetry has a bad press. No, poetry is not of bad repute. Let me explain what I mean. Poetry is older than the novel, can be shorter than a song, and only needs to be read to be experienced. Other forms of entertainment are much more demanding. Reading something longer …

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Listen to poets David Baker, Linda Gregerson and Carl Phillips on December 2: SPlog: Smile Politely

Check out their bios below, courtesy of the U of I Creative Writing Program. David Boulanger is a poet, educator, publisher and literary critic. He was born in 1954 in Bangor, Maine, grew up in Jefferson City, Missouri, and since 1983 has lived in central Ohio. He received his BSE …

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Native American Heritage Month | Library News | Library

Native American Heritage Month November is Native American Heritage Month, and this month the library is highlighting our resources and collections on our nation’s original Indigenous peoples. Native American Literature and Art Exhibition The library will honor the arts, literature, and culture of the Indigenous peoples of North America with …

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Ruby Tui’s Local Connection Drives Boom in Book Sales

Hot off the heels of winning the Women’s Rugby World Cup, Ruby Tui’s book Directly took the country by storm. The former Greymouth woman has become the face of women’s rugby, more in demand than ever after the Black Ferns’ 34-31 victory over England in front of 40,000 people at …

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Chadds Ford teenager empowers children by providing a space where young people’s voices matter

“I see it all as activism – youth activism,” says Isabella Hanson, founder of the poetry and art competition “I Matter”. Kennett Square High School Senior began the program in 2020 after the deaths of George Floyd and Breonna Taylor. A writer and poet, Hanson says she was shocked by …

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Kiddie Lit Gets Brand New Award Discount | Bombay News

Mumbai: The adventures of a happy street dog whose life suddenly changes. A music-loving buffalo who is kidnapped and has the local cops on their toes. An unlikely friendship forged amid conflict in Manipur. These are just some of the engaging storytelling and imaginative illustrations that were praised at the …

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Kazakh writer Gabiden Mustafin who captured the essence of the Soviet working class turns 120

ASTANA- Today, November 13, Kazakhstan celebrates 120 years of Gabiden Mustafin, the leading Kazakh writer of the Soviet period who created outstanding stories about many aspects of Soviet life, with a focus on the working class . Gabiden Mustafin Through his writings, Mustafin portrayed a powerful image of the novelties …

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LAST CALL: IHG Southeast Asia, Korea and Greater China up to 45% off flash sale for stays November 20 – June 30, 2023 (book by November 12)

IHG launched its Singles Day (11.11) sale on Thursday for stays at participating hotels in Southeast Asia, South Korea, Hong Kong, Taiwan and Macau between November 20 and June 30. 2023. The 3-day flash sale on 11.11 is about to end and you must book by midnight local time on …

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Poetry book examines mental illness through free speech

This book is a small compilation of poems over a brief period of time by Roger Teas. Sentenced to life in prison, author Roger Teas explores his mental illness and the complexity of his character through his new compilation of poetry. an era of freedom and self-expression” — Roger Thes …

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Emirates News Agency – SIBF brings the world together: Swedish Ambassador

Thu 10-11-2022 21:16 PM SHARJAH, 10th November, 2022 (WAM) — Ahmed bin Rakkad Al Ameri, Chairman of the Sharjah Book Authority (SBA), received and welcomed Liselott Andersson, Ambassador of Sweden to the United Arab Emirates, at the 41st International Book Fair of Sharjah (SIBF) and discussed exploring possibilities to enhance …

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Literature Promotion Festival | Daily Express Online

Literature Promotion Festival Published on: Wednesday 09 November 2022 By: Antara News Text size: Yogyakarta: Yogyakarta City’s Cultural Bureau organizes a literary arts festival titled Mulih (Go Home), which offers several programs that are meant to serve as platforms to promote and provide education on literature. “This year, we are …

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News Corp misses revenue and profit estimates; maintains ad growth

Nov 8 (Reuters) – News Corp (NWSA.O) on Tuesday reported first-quarter revenue and profit below Wall Street estimates, even as it posted growth in advertising and media sales. subscription. Shares of the company fell 2.5% in aftermarket trading. Total revenue fell 1% to $2.48 billion in the quarter ended Sept. …

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Trinity student named winner of Young Poets Award

A sixth Trinity School alumnus has been named by the judges as one of the top 15 in this year’s Foyle Young Poets of the Year competition. Exceptional: Sienna Mehta, Trinity student. Photo: Hayley Madden Sienna Mehta, from Purley, is 16 and is studying English Literature along with Maths, French …

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🌱 Community Wellness Walk + Douglas County Animal Services Show

Hi friends! Sean Peek here with your new copy of the Douglasville Daily, filled with all the things you need to know about what’s happening in town. Today you will discover these stories and many more: Douglasville City Wellness Walk for families. Man wanted in connection with a murder in …

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Sylvia Plath’s diaries are perfect reading for lovers of food and literature

When the COVID-19 pandemic locked people at home for much of 2020, writer Rebecca Brill decided to pass the time by reading Sylvia Plath’s diaries and noticed frequent references to her meals. Brill told Atlas Obscura, “Almost every diary entry talked about what she had cooked and eaten,” a trend …

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Black Adam Editors Reveal When They Received Henry Cavill’s Superman Scene (Exclusive)

The Man in Black has finally arrived in the DC Universe. black adam opened last month to much fanfare, as frontman Dwayne “The Rock” Johnson and company led a global press tour that included stops in New York, Toronto, London, Madrid and Mexico City. It culminated what Johnson billed as …

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Local resident publishes his first collection of poetry

For many, becoming a published author seems out of reach, but one local man has achieved his lifelong dream of publishing poetry. Scott Dicus self-published his collection of poetry featuring the good, the bad, and a medley of his thoughts and life experiences. Dicus grew up in Elvins before Park …

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New head of Amherst College emphasizes public interest

AMHERST — In an increasingly politically polarized country, where some view higher education as a private benefit that only accrues to certain individuals, Amherst College President Michael A. Elliott wants people to understand that today’s students will soon serve the public good. “We invest in students here at college, not …

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American literature and the Catholic faith | National Catholic Register

For these writers, all lovers of good literature should be grateful. It is difficult to know where to begin or end in any discussion of the connection between American literature and the Catholic faith. The whole subject is loaded with complexity, as is the relationship between the American nation and …

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MG Motor Responds to MCA’s Allegation of Irregularities in Oldtimer’s Books

MG7 (for representation purposes) The MCA, through its Registrar of Companies (RoC), summoned the company’s directors and its Deloitte auditors to explain the alleged audit deficiencies that were uncovered during the investigation, the Economic Times reported. “MG Motor India is a professionally managed, law-abiding company that adheres to the highest …

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Poetry | November 2022 | Poetry | Hudson Valley

if it’s lightning and it’s thunder how far am I? —p The still spotThere’s a still place in my brain that’s growingLike a puddle or a pupil, and I wonderWhat undulating mists disappear there?Lately I stare, blurring my eyes on purpose, And try to undo the name of everythingof its …

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🌱 County meetings tonight + SDCC News + Local on TV this week

Hi there. It’s me, Nina, your host for the Woodstock-Towne Lake Daily — here to give you everything you need to know about what’s happening in town. Today, you’ll find these stories and more… ❓ To rezone or not to rezone? 📰 It’s time for school news, let’s go! 🕵🏽‍♀️ …

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Ardal O’Hanlon left red-faced after meeting Nick Cave

Actor and writer Ardal O’Hanlon joked he was left red-faced after meeting Nick Cave at the recent Cheltenham Literature Festival. The 57 year old man Father Ted star, who was at the event to promote her new book Hubbub, explained how he was stunned when he spotted the Australian singer-songwriter …

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When McKinsey Comes to Town Review: The Must-See Book on Opioids, China, and More | Books

McKinsey & Co is the biggest name in the consulting industry. Founded in 1926, it employs 30,000 people, has offices in more than 130 locations and counts Pete Buttigieg, the US Secretary of Transportation, among its alumni. From vaping to nonprofits, insurance to energy, government work to healthcare, the McKinsey …

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Poetry book tells life story of former WWII plane spotter

The poetry collection had remained largely intact in a box guarded by her family since the death of Betty Irene Drayton (née West) in 2003. That was until last year when they came into Helen’s possession. “My dad died of Covid last September and when he died the poems came …

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Mysterious greenwashing – Eugene Weekly

“Reject Val Hoyle,” reads a flyer sent to many residents of Eugene-Springfield and other towns in the 4th congressional district. “She is with them, not us! On the surface, it looks like typical anti-Hoyle campaign literature sent out by his Republican opponent Alek Skarlatos. But rather than urging voters to …

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Review of “Survival of the Richest: Escape Fantasies of the Tech Billionaires”, by Douglas Rushkoff

Comment this story Comment Douglas Rushkoff’s new book, “Survival of the Richest: Escape Fantasies of the Tech Billionaires,” opens with a surreal scene: For a sum equal to a third of his annual salary as a professor, Rushkoff flies to a luxury resort to advise five ultra-rich men on how …

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Interview: Adam Melchor on slam poetry, calamari and Here Goes Nothing!

Born in New Jersey, based in Los Angeles Adam Melchor compares his music to the sounds of TikTok asking “What’s the worst pain you’ve ever felt that isn’t physical?” – he is on the front line of feelings with his diaristic ballads from his second album Nothing is right here! …

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BUP organizes LitFest

Guests stand behind the winners of the last round of Literature Festival – 6.0 during the award ceremony held at Bijoy Auditorium of Bangladesh Professionals University on Monday. – Press release The final round and award ceremony of Literature Festival-6.0 was held at Bijoy Auditorium of Bangladesh Professionals University on …

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Literature finds an unlikely social media partner in TikTok

Best-selling German author Sarah Sprinz’s series of young adult books has received a boost from an unlikely side: a community of literature enthusiasts on the social media platform TikTok. The #BookTok trend has exploded lately, with an increasing number of readers posting reviews and engaging with writers, while authors are …

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Emily Atack takes help from poetry to deal with ‘personal struggles’

Emily Atack takes help from poetry to deal with ‘personal struggles’ Emily Atack shares her favorite post-split poem. Emily revealed she turns to poetry to help her cope with her personal struggles as she took to Instagram on Saturday to share her favorite poem, before admitting that “things have been …

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“The Legend of Sleepy Hollow” Continues Through “The Hollow Trilogy”

Last year at the Ridgefield Library Book Sale, I purchased a YA book that takes place in Sleepy Hollow and the author weaves “The Legend of Sleepy Hollow” through the story. The book was part of Jessica Verday’s “The Hollow Trilogy” (and was actually book 2 but I’m ok with …

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Children’s book award to join top state literary awards

Already home to the country’s richest literary award, Victoria’s Premier’s Literary Awards program is set to expand with the introduction of a new award to celebrate children’s literature. Announced ahead of Children’s Week, the new Children’s Literature Prize will offer $25,000 in prize money to the creators of the best …

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Carmen Callil, pioneering feminist publisher, dies at 84

Carmen Callil has never lacked ambition. When a young job applicant walked into her London office in the 1970s and asked why Ms Callil had started Virago Press, one of the first publishing houses devoted to the work of new and overlooked female writers, she replied that her goal was …

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PoetryJennifer Sternitzky – The Press

About the poem: “Writer’s Block” is probably self-explanatory. I’ve been a writer for as long as I can remember, and like any artist, I run into blocks. But I’ve always said they felt almost physical, or like a cramp or itch, when I felt like I couldn’t get the words …

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Tate Liverpool unveils exhibition of nominated artists

Tate Liverpool unveils an exhibition of works by the four artists nominated for the 2022 Turner Prize: Heather Phillipson, Ingrid Pollard, Veronica Ryan and Sin Wai Kin. One of the world’s best-known prizes for the visual arts, the Turner Prize aims to promote public debate around new developments in contemporary …

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Watching Fantasy in Black and White – Technique

Burning dragons, hoarded mountain of gold, wars under the mountain and the grand names of Thorin Oakenshield in tales of old. I grew up completely fascinated by fantasy literature and strove to get my hands on everything from Rick Riordan to Kathryn Lasky to CS Lewis. One of my greatest …

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Organized Multilingual Poetry Recitation Program – Jammu Kashmir Latest News | Tourism

Dignitaries during a Kavi Goshthi program in Jammu on Sunday. Excelsior Correspondent JAMMU, 16th October: Rashtra Bhasha Prachar Samiti (RBPS) organized a multilingual Kavi Goshthi program here today at KL Saigal Hall, Writers Club, in which eminent poets and female poets from Hindi, Dogri, Urdu and Punjabi languages ​​recited their …

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Analysis: Climate change and Arabic literature – Egypt – Al-Ahram Weekly

Climate change is humanity’s most intractable challenge, with major nations seemingly unable to offer practical solutions to the crisis that threatens human existence. Despite the seriousness of the problem, the world literature – whether East or West or in developing or developed countries – has lagged behind in addressing the …

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Southeast Europe’s largest companies report double-digit sales growth in 2021, according to TOP 100 ranking

Boosted by the post-pandemic economic recovery, Southeast Europe’s biggest companies reported double-digit revenue and profit growth in 2021, according to the SEE TOP 100 rankings released today by SeeNews. The top hundred companies in Southeast Europe closed 2021 with combined revenues of €153.8 billion, 28% higher than the total revenues …

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TS Eliot Award Announces ‘Shape Changer’ Shortlist | Books

Five debut collections are shortlisted for this year’s TS Eliot Prize for Best New Poetry Collection, which has seen a record number of submissions. Victoria Adukwei Bulley, Mark Pajak, James Conor Patterson, Denise Saul and Yomi Sode are all listed for the £25,000 prize. They are joined by Philip Gross, …

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Finalists for the 2022 Governor General’s Literary Award for Children’s Literature — Illustrated Books

Here are the finalists for the 2022 Governor General’s Literary Award for Children’s Literature — Illustrated Books. The Governor General’s Literary Awards are one of Canada’s oldest and most prestigious literary awards. The awards, administered by the Canada Council for the Artsare awarded in seven English language categories: fiction, nonfiction, …

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Integrating the antithetical spheres of law and literature

The fundamental recourse following a situation that adheres to the principalities of reductionism in legal realism is to supplement situational viscosity with a flavor of literary interpretation that can help humanize the difficult roads of legal discourse while pronouncing judgments on the altars of nature. Justice. When I fled the …

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Greenup Township Public Library will host a fall book sale

GREENUP – Greenup Library will hold its annual book sale starting Wednesday, October 12 and running through Tuesday, October 18, during regular library hours. The library has a wide selection of books for sale, including current fiction (mystery, westerns, romance, Christian, etc.) and non-fiction (health, science, politics, cookbooks, biography, etc.). …

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Poets are in the spotlight again as the biennial Dodge Festival returns to Newark

PHOTOS BY T. CHARLES ERICKSON Yusef Komunyakaa will read at this year’s Geraldine R. Dodge Poetry Festival. After an online festival in 2020 due to the pandemic, the 19th Geraldine R. Dodge Poetry Festival, North America’s largest poetry event, will return in person for four days of poetry readings, conversations, …

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Comic book dealers see six-figure sales at New York Comic Con, thanks to boom in film and TV adaptations

The aisles were filled with costumed fans at the Javits Center for the opening day of New York Comic Con on Thursday, where thousands of people had gathered to celebrate not only all things comics, but also the worlds science fiction, fantasy. , and anime, from TV shows and movies …

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Fiona Apple reads Tolkien’s poetry on “Where the Shadows Lie”

The post Song of the Week: Fiona Apple Reads Tolkien’s Poetry on ‘Where the Shadows Lie’ appeared first on Consequence. Song of the Week breaks down and talks about the song we just can’t get out of our heads every week. Find these songs and more on our Spotify Top …

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Baltic Assembly Literature Prize awarded to Estonian writer Kai Aareleid | New

Deputy head of the Estonian delegation to the Baltic Assembly, Sven Sester, said that “the Pacific Ocean” is a novel of our region in the direct sense of the word, since its activities take place in Tallinn, Riga and Saint -Petersburg. Baltic people whose memories date back to the restoration …

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French author Annie Ernaux wins prestigious literature prize

Stockholm: French author Annie Ernaux received the 2022 Nobel Prize in Literature “for the courage and clinical acumen with which she discovers the roots, the remoteness and the collective constraints of personal memory”, the body which awards said on Thursday. the price. Ernaux, whose work is mostly autobiographical, is 82 …

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The French Ernaux, who has long scrutinized himself, wins the Nobel Prize for Literature

By Justyna Pawlak, Simon Johnson and Elizabeth Pineau STOCKHOLM/PARIS (Reuters) – French author Annie Ernaux won the 2022 Nobel Prize for Literature on Thursday for “the courage and clinical acumen” of her largely autobiographical books examining personal memory and social inequality. In explaining its choice, the Swedish Academy said Ernaux, …

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Castaigne Publishing ventures into Black Metal horror anthologies (Review + Interview)

It seems obvious, said out loud: black metal music and horror literature go hand in hand. Common interests abound, from death, blood and darkness to Satanism, the subversion of Christianity and the destruction of social norms. Despite the increasingly popular Venn diagram, there are relatively few crossovers in any media. …

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Books for sale, RCAS to deal with organizational changes

The Rapid City Area Schools Board of Education will sell three of five book titles previously slated for destruction after a vote on Tuesday. After months of consultation with legal counsel, the council voted 4 to 2 to sell 174 copies of Imbolo Mbue’s ‘How Beautiful We Were: A Novel’, …

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Open Poetry Reading brings pixie literary magazine to the stage

Concordia’s literary community unites for Night of Lyrics, Limericks and Longing Marginal artsJaime Kerr — Posted October 4, 2022 4 minutes Immense talent, vulnerability and pleasure on display at the inaugural event of literary magazine Pixie. Photo Jaime Kerr On September 30, pixie literary magazine held an open poetry reading …

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First Nation Communities READ Announces Shortlisted Children’s and Young Adult/Adult Titles for the 2022-2023 PMC Indigenous Literature Award

TORONTO, October 3, 2022 /CNW/ – First Nation Communities READ 2022-2023 announces the selected titles in the Children’s and Young Adult/Adult categories. Chosen by a jury of Indigenous librarians from all over Ontario, these titles represent the best of Indigenous literature. Selected titles will be recognized online https://resources.olservice.ca/fnplw/home during First …

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Ministry of Education organizes Language and Literature Month 2022 to preserve unity

TEMPO.CO, Jakarta – The Indonesian Ministry of Education, Culture, Research and Technology is organizing the commemoration of Language and Literature Month 2022 throughout October 2022 with the theme “Reviving Together” for maintain national unity. “Through the theme, we invite all parties to uphold the spirit of Youth Engagement and work …

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Portugal beats Paris for US travelers who take advantage of a strong dollar

With the pound and euro struggling against the dollar, opportunistic US travelers might be wondering if it’s time to book an international trip, and maybe even prepay for the hotel. Who wouldn’t love a travel deal, especially after paying through the nose last summer? But don’t think there are bargain …

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Q&A with Poet Sean Thomas Dougherty

Award-winning poet, Sean Thomas Dougherty, is the author of more than fifteen books, including The second O of grief (BOA Editions, 2018), All my people are elegies (NYQ 2019), and his latest collection of poetry, The dead are everywhere to tell us things (Jacar Press, 2022). Poet Dorianne Laux called …

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2022 Hettleman Prizes awarded to four outstanding early career teachers

The annual Phillip and Ruth Hettleman Awards for Artistic and Scholarly Achievement were awarded to four promising faculty members who exemplify groundbreaking and innovative research and promise for future careers. The late Phillip Hettleman, a member of Caroline’s Class of 1921, and his wife Ruth established their prestigious named award …

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How to interest students in poetry?

When it comes to hard sells, we are the hardest of them all – how do we get students interested in poetry? Glasgow-based performance poet Imogen Stirling has been on this assignment in rural South West Scotland for the past year. She admitted there had been an element of subterfuge …

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Maksud Ibrahimbayov Center awards winners of art competition [PHOTO]

Maksud Ibrahimbayov Center awards winners of art competition [PHOTO]

By Laman Ismayilova Maksud Ibrahimbayov Creativity Center rewarded the winners of the contest “If I were an artist of this book”, reports Azernews, citing Azertac. The contest was organized by Alma branch 3 of TEAS Press publishing house with the support of Maksud Ibrahimbayov Center of Creativity, ECAZ (Art&Hobby Shop) …

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The 2022 UNESCO City of Literature Iowa City Book Festival will celebrate big ideas and local authors

Iowa City’s contributions to literature are countless and brilliant. Renowned writers have found inspiration and support in Iowa City, and institutions dedicated to the pursuit of literature thrive here. To celebrate and honor Iowa City’s importance to the literary community, UNESCO sponsors the annual Iowa City Book Festival. This year’s …

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Books fly off shelves at Friends of the Library sale

The purpose of the event last weekend was to help the library get rid of old and unused books to make room for new ones and raise funds for future library programs. Bradford West Gwillimbury Public Library held its book sale last weekend, perhaps its biggest and most popular event. …

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The 17th annual Belfast Poetry Festival combines words, images and performance

The annual Belfast Poetry Festival marks its 17th year with a plate full of poetry, community and artistic opportunity on Saturday 15 October in the theater at Troy A. Howard Middle School, 173 Lincolnville Avenue in Belfast. An all-arts festival in which poetry is the driving force, the event is …

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🌱 The community helps the family after a fire + Prize for the psychology department.

Hello, Dallas-Hiram! I’m here right on time with your Monday edition of the Dallas-Hiram Daily, filled with all the local news you need to know right now. Including updates on… Community helps Paulding County family after tragic house fire The survey asks comments on upcoming school calendars School districts the …

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Edited by poet-diplomat Abhay K, HarperCollins India publishes “The Book of Bihari Literature”

Book of Bihari Literature, edited by poet-diplomat Abhay K, presents an overview of the wealth of Bihari literature in English translation from 10 Bihar languages ​​such as Sanskrit, Pali, Magahi, Hindi , Bhojpuri, Maithili, Angika, Bajjika, Farsi, and Urdu has been published by HarperCollins India. Most of the poems …

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Nostradamus book sales surge after French prophet ‘forecasts His Majesty to die in 2022 aged 96’

Global warming Nostradamus predicted in 1555 that climate change would become so severe that rising temperatures would “half cook” the fish in the sea. He also suggested that eventually the human race will not see rain for 40 years, and when it finally does, there will be “great floods” that …

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PD reporters share stories of trees, poetry and running in North Bay

Editor’s Note: These reflections offer insight into life in Sonoma County. Short essays written by Press Democrat staff are accompanied by photos submitted by our readers. Do you want your image in the newspaper and on our website? Submit a photo describing who, what, where, when, the author of the …

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Booker Prize winner whose Wolf Hall captivated a generation – Obituary

Writer Hilary Mantel at Buckingham Palace after receiving a CBE from Queen Elizabeth II. Dame Hilary Mantel, one of Britain’s most acclaimed writers, immersed a generation of readers in the turbulent and unforgiving world of Henry VIII’s court. Her Wolf Hall Trilogy, which spanned Thomas Cromwell’s life in captivating detail, …

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Ross Library Exceeds Book Sales Target | News, Sports, Jobs

LOCK HAVEN — The Annie Halenbake Ross Library would like to thank the community for their support last week during the annual book sale, where the library reached its goal of $6,000 in sales. The event kicked off with a bang on Tuesday night with the first ever …

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8 Quiz Contests You Can’t Miss This Month

This story is part of our new Puzzles and games section, which has upcoming quizzes. Subscribe play and follow @iepuzzles for more updates! Eight delicious quiz competitions are coming in the coming weeks, where you can expect questions with great foundation, unusual perspectives and playful odds from seasoned quiz masters. …

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Prestigious Literary Awards for UH Community College Faculty

Ann Inoshita and Derek N. Otsuji Associate Professor at Leeward Community College Ann Inoshita and Honolulu CC Associate Professor Derek N. Otsuji were named this year’s recipients of the Elliot Cades Awards for Literature, the most prestigious literary honor in Hawaii. The Inoshita Prize is awarded to an established author …

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Black women and youth still excluded from meaningful film and television ownership

Black women, young people and people with disabilities continue to be excluded from meaningful ownership of the South African film and television industry. This is according to a report titled The state of transformation of the South African film and television industry commissioned by the National Film and Video Foundation …

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THE LARAMIE PROJECT announced at the Wasatch Theater Company

Wasatch Theater Company kicks off its 25th season with THE LARAMIE PROJECT, chronicling the assault and murder of Matthew Shepard in 1998. The Tectonic Theater Project traveled to the town of Laramie where the murder took place to interview residents immediately after the 1998 incident. The city’s reactions and judgment …

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Publication of an unpublished collection of Cambodian literature

The University of Hawaii Press recently published the largest and most comprehensive collection of Cambodian literature available in English to date. Published in September 2022, From the Shadow of Angkor: Cambodian Poetry, Prose and Performance through the Agesis featured in the biannual publication Mānoa: A Pacific Journal of International Writing. …

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Review of The English Understand Wool by Helen DeWitt

In a key early scene, the narrator of Helen DeWitt’s new short story sits in a London restaurant with her ‘Mum’, who is acting ‘serious’ – possibly because she just received a disturbing phone call , or maybe because “it was his habit”. be serious when ordering wine. Mom then …

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Former British Poet Laureate’s tribute to Queen Elizabeth II: Read here | world news

Former Poet Laureate Carol Ann Duffy wrote a poem titled ‘Daughter’ to mark Queen Elizabeth II’s funeral being held in London on Monday. Carol Ann Duffy, poet and playwright, was named British Poet Laureate by Queen Elizabeth II in 2009. Carol Ann Duffy is Professor of Contemporary Poetry at Manchester …

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Mount Forest author shortlisted for Scotiabank Giller Prize

A Wellington County author is up for a prestigious literary prize. André Forget, who grew up in Mount Forest, is one of 14 authors shortlisted for the Scotiabank Giller Prize. The announcement was made on September 6 and the shortlist is expected to be released on September 27. The novel …

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Inauguration of the Macau House of Literature showcasing and promoting the development of local literature

MACAU, September 17 – The opening ceremony of the Macau House of Literature was held at 4 p.m. on September 17 and was presided over by the representative of the Secretary for Social Affairs and Culture of the Government of the SAR of Macau, the chief of staff of the …

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The Cobb Public Library isn’t just for checking out books

I am posting this as an editor’s article rather than a news article because I will intersperse quotes from Cobb’s Public Library with my own observations of how I use the library. I am a daily user of the Cobb County Public Library. I listen to downloaded audiobooks for entertainment …

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Kazakhstan celebrates 100 years of Syrbay Maulenov, great poet and warrior of the Patriotic War

NUR-SULTAN – Syrbay Maulenov, one of the few Kazakh poets and writers, whose life was devastated by the Second World War, was born 100 years ago on September 17. His works stemmed from his love for his homeland and embraced a wide range of subject matter from stark depictions of …

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Messenger: When Jerry met Sujata

Sep 17, 2022 | 05:36 IST When Jerry Met Sujata Vivek Menezes Exactly twelve years ago, in September 2010, Bombay-based writer Jerry Pinto showed up at Bookworm Library’s fifth anniversary celebrations. books– “and Jerry watched it all very closely. There was a spark of trust and immediate recognition between us. …

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US book bans: Literature censorship in the US dates back centuries, but this time it’s different: experts

NEWYou can now listen to Fox News articles! Thomas Morton, an Englishman who traveled to Plymouth Colony in 1622, wasted no time in clashing with his Pilgrim neighbors, leading a nearby village called Merrymount, made up of English miscreants and ‘Algonquian Indians. Nicknamed the “Lord of Misrule” by the Governor …

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