Literature

CMSF High School Awards Day Winners

CARRIER MILLS – Carrier Mills-Stonefort High School held its awards day on May 24th. • Ms. Craig, professor of journalism and sponsor of the student newspaper, presented awards to Madison Murphy and Emma Odum for the co-editor’s award for the student newspaper, The Echo. Emmalee Fly and Savannah Stone won …

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Chinese Online Literature Writes New Chapters Abroad

Chongqing, July 18 (Xinhua) -With the rapid development of Chinese literature online, Chinese online novels have created a huge fan base abroad. Jiong Jiong You Yao, 32, is one of the most popular online writers in the Chinese urban romance genre. His novel fascinated many loyal foreign fans. “My novels …

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Bila Hudood, an online Arabic literature festival, transcends borders

Classical Arab writers and poets like Al-Mutanabbi could not have imagined that centuries later, writers would discuss their masterpieces live with an international audience. Thanks to technology, a global audience was recently able to access a recent Arab Literature Festival called “Bila Hudood: Arab Literature Everywhere”. Bila Hudood – the …

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International Booker Prize: judges for next year announced

As the 2022 International Booker Prize opens for nominations, the judges for the coveted prize have been announced. This time around, the names include writer and critic Merve Emre, actor Mel Giedroyc, lawyer Petina Gappah and translator Jeremy Tiang. It will be chaired by Frank Wynne, making it the first …

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Fauci and Birx warn Scott Atlas is “dangerous”

Newly obtained emails show senior public health officials Antoine FauciAnthony Fauci Israel delivers third dose of Pfizer to adults with weakened immune systems Fauci: ‘horrifying’ to hear CPAC crowd applaud anti-vaccination remarks Ocasio-Cortez hits Boebert to call for an end to extra unemployment benefits MORE and Deborah BirxDeborah Birx Ex-Biden’s …

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The school festival puts literature in the spotlight

A secondary school in Trowbridge is preparing to hold its first literature festival next week. The John of Gaunt School’s Literature Festival, The Word, aims to inspire students with a rich program of activities between Monday and Wednesday July 12-14. The main titles feature slam champion Ash Dickinson and shortlisted …

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