New podcast chronicles the violent crimes of literary greats

Writing about crime is something a multitude of writers have done over the years. Committing crimes, on the other hand, is somewhat less of a popular activity among the literary community. But in New York City in 1981, the lives of three writers unexpectedly converged when one stabbed a man …

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Piraeus Bank continues to clean up its balance sheet with the sale of bad loans

ATHENS, Dec. 27 (Reuters) – Bank of Piraeus (BOPr.AT) said on Monday it had sold part of its securitized bad loans to Intrum and Serengeti Asset Management as part of efforts to clean up its balance sheet. Greek banks have cut a large stock of bad loans accumulated during the …

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Poems celebrating the candidate of the Black Adolescence Poetry Museum

TAMPA, Florida – A collection of poems by students from Hillsborough and Pasco County has been quickly flying off the shelves since its release. ‘I am … A Young Black Man’ is described as a book of poetry that celebrates black adolescence. It was the idea of ​​Gentlemen’s Quest executive …

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How American writer Joan Didion wrote a bestseller at 70 after losing her husband

Jeanne Didion By Nehru Odeh Only a few writers have seen their literary careers cut in stone at an advanced age, such as American bestselling writer Joan Didion, who died Thursday, December 23, 2021 of complications from Parkinson’s disease at the age of 87. Although she had some success as …

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IT WAS THE DAYS: The Manikodi movement

Chennai: Poetry may be the essence of a language, but prose is its main body. Since the Sangam period, Tamil has had an unbalanced affinity with poetry. The twentieth century and especially Madras broke this noose and gave prose a chance to proliferate. The growth of prose was astronomical and …

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2021 in the books: “Everything seems magnified” | Chicago News

American poet Amanda Gorman reads her commissioned poem “The Hill We Go Up” during the 59th Presidential Inauguration at the United States Capitol in Washington on January 20, 2021. (AP Photo / Patrick Semansky, Pool, File) NEW YORK (AP) – Books and authors counted in 2021, sometimes more than the …

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Launch of a collection of Pashtun poetry

PESHAWAR: The director of the Center for Pakistan Studies, Professor Fakhrul Islam, released his first book of Pashtun poetry titled “Da Meeny La Hewaada” (from the world of love), which was launched at an event that was held here on Friday. The book launch ceremony was hosted under the auspices …

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Student-Run Literary Magazine SUNY Oswego Gets National Recognition, Makes Global Connections – Oswego County Today

SUNY Oswego faculty member Soma Mei Sheng Frazier works with students in her Creative Writing Class 313, which is part of the Subnivean Literary Magazine Project which won a 2021 National Award nomination. OSWEGO – Newly nominated for a 2021 Firecracker Award for Best Debut Magazine, SUNY Oswego’s student publication …

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A used car price bubble? New report says yes

You’ve seen the stories all year – used car prices are rising faster than ever. Inflation has hit US portfolios in many ways in 2021, but perhaps nowhere as intensely as in used car prices. Could this lead to a bubble? A new report from accounting giant KPMG says yes. …

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Aata hai Yaad Mujhko – is a book about a life well lived and an unwavering love for Urdu

Hyderabad: On December 21, Ram Pall Joshi, one of our top IPS agents and former Director General of the Punjab Police, was in Lamkaan, a popular cultural space in Hyderabad, reading his book. Bazmi Sukhan and CDPP launched this autobiography written by one of our most respected officials. RP Joshi …

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Book on Chef Vikas Khanna’s “Feed India” initiative to be published on December 27

The new book by famous chef Vikas Khanna, Barkat: The inspiration and story behind one of the world’s biggest food drives FEED INDIA, will arrive in the stands on December 27, announced Penguin Random House India (PRHI). In the book, Khanna talks about her ‘Feed India’ initiative, touted as one …

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Lee-Ann Shares Poetic Thoughts on “Home” 30 Years Later – The Royal Gazette

Lee-Ann Liles (Photograph by Akil Simmons) About thirty years after writing it, Lee-Ann Liles published her first collection of poetry, This is what we call home. Although the editors showed interest at first, her father thought that at 18 she was too young. Ms. Liles started working on other projects, …

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Hikaru Nakamura wins fourth consecutive speed chess championship

A more than convincing victory After showing his superiority in classic chess in the world championship match, Magnus Carlsen will look for the triple crown at the quick and blitz world championships which are expected to begin in less than a week in Warsaw. Norwegian will be the favorite in …

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Recommendation for SF to inform voters of the database

The Data Protection Commissioner (DPC) recommended that Sinn Féin inform voters of its Abú database with an opinion on all canvassing and campaign literature. In a report released today, the commissioner said this should continue as long as the Abú database continues to exist. Today’s post follows reports in the …

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“Stupidly poor” – Neil Back joins fans in speaking out against Genge’s “disrespectful” behavior

Leicester legend Neil Back has lambasted current Tigers captain Ellis Genge for a ‘disrespectful’ video announcing his move to Bristol Bears at the end of the season. Addressed exclusively to Leicestershire Live, the 2003 World Cup winner reacted by stating: “It would not have happened nowadays, “The timing was stupidly …

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Word games, puns and fun mark Khasdar Mahotsav | Nagpur News

Kumar Vishwas performs at the kavi sammelan organized as part of Khasdar Sanskrutik Mahotsav 2021 at IDCPE Ground on Sunday Nagpur: Don’t underestimate words because they have the power to create history, prominent poet Kumar Vishwas said as he took the stage to host the Khasdar Mahotsav poetry evening being …

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‘Language conservation is the biggest challenge for GenNext’ | Nagpur News

Manohar Mhaisalkar has been a name synonymous with Vidarbha Sahitya Sangh (VSS) for over four decades now. VSS, a 99-year-old literary organization, represents Marathi literary activity throughout the central region of India, and Mhaisalkar has been associated with it for 48 years, nearly 20 as its president. Mhaisalkar is neither …

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SC Book, Office Supply Mainstay Marks 100 Years Under Its Name | South Carolina News

By ST. CLAIRE DONAGHY, Index-Journal GREENWOOD, SC (AP) – Alvin Rankin jokes that office supplies are the reason McCaslan’s is also part of the bookstore. One effort supports the other. “Office supplies are the reason we have a bookstore and more than one employee,” Rankin said. “It would be difficult …

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Jaber Bin Shannan Inspires Middle Eastern Brothers and Sisters with Beautiful Heartfelt Poetry

Jaber Bin Shannan is a United Arab Emirates-based poet who has moved millions of people. Jaber is dedicated to helping the world become a brighter and better place. As cited by Carl Sandburg in The Atlantic, “Poetry is the journal of the sea animal living on earth, wanting to fly …

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Nakamura defeats Ding in Armageddon, will face So in CSC final

On the way to a fourth title Hikaru Nakamura no longer appears as an active player in the latest list of FIDE ratings. The American, a five-time champion of the United States who won the Tata Steel Masters and played in the Candidates Tournament, mainly focused on online chess and …

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High rankings for local libraries; The Jewish Cleveland Book Festival, Chapter Two, begins January 5: Press Run

CLEVELAND HEIGHTS, Ohio – High ranking for Heights Libraries: Heights Libraries again received the highest possible rating in Library Journal‘s Public Library Service Index. This means that it received a five-star rating, an annual rating that is only given to the best American libraries. The just released Star Library report …

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Two of us with Jane Austen Society of Australia President Susannah Fullerton and NSW Dickens Society President Walter Mason

We have lunch together quite often, or he comes to my house for coffee. We’re talking about food: Walter’s partner Thang is Vietnamese, and Walter is very knowledgeable about Vietnamese food and culture as well as books. I think Emma is the greatest novel in the world, while Walter rolls …

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Elfrida von Nardroff, 96, dies; Earned a lot of money on a fixed quiz

After two years of substandard work at Duke University, Ms von Nardroff was suspended for a semester. She described herself in This Week as having been a “rebellious, raccoon skin and champagne rebel of the 1920s”. She studied diligently after being reinstated, majoring in English, and graduated in 1947. She …

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How Ms. Claus embodied 19th-century debates on women’s rights

Clement Clarke Moore’s 1823 poem “Account of a Visit from St. Nicholas” redefined Christmas in America. As historian Steven Nissenbaum explains in “The Battle for Christmas,” Moore’s secular Saint Nick weakened religious associations for the holiday, turning it into a family celebration that culminated with Santa’s toy deliveries on the …

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Kelley Blue Book Offers First NFT To Score Best Buy Awards

Kelley Blue Book’s annual Best Buy Awards are out. To mark the occasion, KBB.com has commissioned a one-of-a-kind piece of art from Atlanta-based digital artist Bloo Woods. It describes the evolution of the automobile since the debut of Kelley Blue Book in 1926. It ends with this year’s best new …

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Doggerel poetry graffiti threatening loyalist ‘war’ is doomed

Jamie Bryson’s Twitter feed It reads: “Warnings have been issued / they have not been heard / our message is clear / war is necessary – PAF. “ PAF stands for Protestant Action Force, a convenience pseudonym used by various loyalist groups throughout the Troubles (particularly the UVF), which is …

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Sexiest Male Writer of 2021

Views of the publication: 91 Iliyan Kuzmanov has been officially appointed FilmDaily’s the world’s sexiest writer for 2021, beating hundreds of other novelists around the world. It serves as a feather in the hat of a wonderful year for the Bulgarian author, activist, journalist and traveler. The other nine writers …

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What’s so awesome about Great-Books courses?

Undergraduate teachers, regardless of background, can play the role of a transitional parent figure, someone that students can talk to who is unaware of their personal or social life, someone who will leave the car keys no questions asked. And students benefit from learning about how universities work and discussing …

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John Legend and his film crew to publish books at Zando

When Molly Stern was conceiving the idea for a new publishing house that would leverage celebrity and influencer fans to fuel sales, she made a list of the people she dreamed of working with. Among them was Emmy, Grammy, Oscar and Tony winner artist John Legend. Stern had worked with …

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Immigrants use weekly English poetry class to learn the language

ST. CLOUD, Minnesota (AP) – A group of writers gathered Thursday evening in a room in the Great River Regional Library, sipping cups of Somali tea and tasting slices of pie while browsing the poetry displayed in small glass centers at the front of the room. The event celebrated the …

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On Etihad Rail, economics, climate change and literature

Etihad Rail will thus not only help transform our economic life; it will add a little romanticism Image Credit: Gulf News No mode of transportation is as romantic as a train. As long as they existed, trains were most likely part of the world literature of the late 18th century. …

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2021 in the books: “Everything seems magnified”

NEW YORK (AP) – Books and authors counted in 2021, sometimes more than the industry wanted. A 22-year-old poet has become a star of literature. The enthusiasm of young people on TikTok has helped revive Colleen Hoover’s “It Ends With Us” and other novels released years earlier. Conservatives pushed for …

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Pioneer Everett, writer and poet, longed for home

Many of these chronicles have dealt with the challenges faced by the pioneers who settled in this region, overcoming many obstacles to make it what it is today with a rich history. But, I never stopped to think of a challenge that never seems to be mentioned. We seem to …

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Group blames illiteracy on education deprivation – Nigeria – The Guardian Nigeria News – Nigeria and World News

Support students and educators with N1.7million A group under the auspices of Tongston Holdings blamed the rising illiteracy rate in northern Nigeria on deprivation of education. The Executive Director and Chief Executive Officer (CEO) of the group, Ing. Bello Mohammed Tongo said this yesterday in Gombe State when presenting prizes …

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Two books that helped me manage my time

My time management – an essential part of work-life balance – leans more towards the aspiration than the realist. That’s why I’m often late at worst and right on time at best. My natural optimism is reflected in my planning, and as a result, I mentally build a schedule that …

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Roger McGough, poet, playwright, host

I haven’t done any English after 15 years, but I did French and geography. Oddly enough, did you know that Network Theater in Waterloo was doing my version of The Misanthrope last week, which is pretty exciting? At university, the French department would have considered me the student least likely …

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new book on cybersecurity risks in healthcare offers multidisciplinary expertise |

LOS ALTOS, California, December 9, 2021 / PRNewswire / – Founder and CEO of Opinion Marketing Allison J. Taylor contributed chapters on cybersecurity and risk management in an Amazon Hot New Release book, Mobile medicine: overcoming people, culture and governance. Co-authored with 26 other experts from interdisciplinary fields such as …

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Feminist novelist writes about Spain’s marginalized

Born: May 7, 1960 Passed away: November 27, 2021 Almudena Grandes, award-winning Spanish writer and ardent feminist who rose to fame with an erotic novel about a woman rebelling against social norms, died on November 27 at her home in Madrid. She was 61 years old. She had been treated …

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10 anime characters who love literature and reading

The world of Japanese animation has characters of all kinds, from adventurers and heroes to model students and everything in between. Some anime characters don’t have the patience or the literacy to read a book, but other characters take great pride in their academic prowess and personal libraries. RELATED: 10 …

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Lexington Habitat for Humanity ReStore’s Book Department Surpasses Half a Million Sales

LEXINGTON, Ky. (WTVQ / Press Release) – The Lexington Habitat ReStore has been a staple for bargain hunters in Lexington for 20 years – but it’s also become an unexpected hot spot for readers! The store’s books and media department recently surpassed half a million dollars in lifetime sales. What …

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Digging roads to a sense of belonging with Wanda Orme, creator of the new book of poetry and photography Volcano Songs.

Wanda Orme’s beautiful new book of poetry and photography, Volcano songs, offers an emotional exploration of the ineffable energy of volcanoes. It captures the sensuality and power of these unique landscapes, illuminated by Orme’s university education in anthropology and psychology as well as a prestigious career as a multidisciplinary artist …

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“A spell created” a new “heritage” book by the historical museum

The Wichita-Sedgwick County Historical Museum has a surprise gift for fans of local history and old photos depicting Wichita’s past. Museum staff have been quietly working for about three years on a big ‘heirloom’ book, intended to celebrate the city’s 150th anniversary in 2020, and it will release the book …

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Culture Flows Through Belmont’s Night of Poetry – Scot Scoop News

Belmont poets and community members cherished art and literature at the Belmont Multicultural Holiday Poetry Celebration. The event was held at Twin Pines Manor and featured readings from community poets and an Indian dance performance. Hosted by Belmont Poet Laureate Monica Korde, the event brought together prominent members of the …

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Nobel Prizes awarded at local ceremonies reduced in pandemic

LONDON (AP) – The 2021 Nobel Laureates will start receiving their awards on Monday at small-scale local ceremonies suited to times of a pandemic. For a second year, the coronavirus scuttled the traditional formal banquet in Stockholm attended by the winners of the chemistry, physics, medicine, literature and economics awards. …

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Nashik’s literary encounter ends; Pawar urges people to pass Marathi literature on to the next generation

NCP chief Sharad Pawar on Sunday urged people to make efforts to pass Marathi literature on to the next generation and said the state government should undertake a program for the overall growth of the Marathi language. He also said that the idea of ​​providing Marathi education at graduation and …

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What’s in Your Wallet May Be a Sign of Age | Family

I just learned a new way to tell if you are “officially old”. This treat is courtesy of an 11 year old granddaughter. She has no research to back it up, not a single poll or any scientific evidence. However, she is very observant. Exuberantly and confidently, she shared her …

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How did they translate poetry and songs from books to movies?

All the Lord of the Rings enthusiasts who have read JRR Tolkien’s books may agree that the lyrics are full of a rich wealth of poetry and songs that add beautiful meaning and layers to the story. It’s definitely a difficult task to translate them as text in the movies, …

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Saudi Translation Forum Welcomes Top Experts to Riyadh to Discuss Future of Translation Industry

Experts explored the role of translation in bringing cultures together and discussed new tools and techniques in the fields of literary translation, news translation, political translation and linguistic interpretation. The forum hosted the Kingdom’s first audiovisual translation challenge for students, hobbyists and professionals in the field of translation. RIYAD – …

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Pashto book launched on Swat literature and culture – Journal

PESHAWAR: Scholars and scholars gathered here on Friday to express their views on a new title in Pashto, “Da Swat Pakhto Adab auo Saqafat” (Pashtun Literature and Culture of Swat), written by Professor Mohammad Ali Dinakhel. The book launching ceremony was held here under the auspices of Pohantoon Adabi Stori …

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Comparison between the 2022 Hyundai Tucson and the 2022 Mitsubishi Outlander Sport

The 2022 Hyundai Tucson and the 2022 Mitsubishi Outlander Sport may not be natural rivals, but both offer plenty of style and affordability. Here is how they compare. 2022 Hyundai Tucson Hyundai Tucson 2022 starting price: $ 25,350 | Price yours Where View listings near you Above average: Long factory …

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UP Poet Laureate Foundation together | News, Sports, Jobs

By newspaper staff MARQUETTE – Educators, librarians, authors and community leaders announce formation of Upper Peninsula Poet Laureate Foundation, which promotes poetry in the UP and the UP Poet Laureate’s projects through public events and online and print publications. Mr. Bartley Seigel, the current UP poet laureate, and former laureates …

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December 3. Timeline of major Kazinform events

NUR-SULTAN. KAZINFORM – The Kazinform Timeline is the one-stop-shop where you can learn about the historical events of December 3rd. Find out what notable events occurred throughout Kazakhstan’s history on December 3. APPOINTMENT International Day of Persons with Disabilities is a United Nations-sanctioned day that is celebrated on December 3 …

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Jeffrey Archer, Arundhati Roy and Wendy Doniger to attend Kerala Literature Festival 2022

Best-selling author Jeffrey Archer, Booker-Prize-winning novelist Arundhati Roy, American writer-filmmaker Chris Kraus and acclaimed American indologue Wendy Doniger are among 400 speakers attending the sixth Kerala Literature festival (KLF) , which will begin on Jan. 20, organizers announced Thursday. To be held on the beaches of Kozhikode, the four-day literary …

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Dublin Airport police and firefighters release charity Christmas single

Members of the Dublin Airport Police and Fire Department have come together to record a Christmas charity single. heaa’s charity of the year program is run by the staff, who select the charities that benefit from it each year and generate a significant amount of money through their fundraising activities. …

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Williams painting, Cascadia Music, poetry – Methow Valley News

The gallery displays Williams’ painting, “Jake,” originally purchased by Carol and John Lester. Williams painting at the Winthrop Gallery As part of its annual holiday exhibit, the Winthrop Gallery is exhibiting and offering for sale an original pastel by the late artist Betsy Williams, who has exhibited her work in …

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Lancaster woman wins national environmental literature competition

Fellows Leonie Charlton, Nicole Carter, Anna Fleming, JR Carpenter, Jane Burn and Rose Proudfoot. Photo by Henry Iddon Photography + Film + Words The Future Places Environmental Essay and Poetry Prize is a partnership between the Future Places Center at Lancaster University, Eden North, the Kendal Mountain Literature Festival, the …

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Poetry Slam at Devil’s Canyon Brewing Company Brings “Powerful Revelations”

A “Poetry Slam” hosted by the San Carlos Community Foundation on November 19 at Devil’s Canyon Brewing Company saw 24 poets and storytellers share their experiences with prejudice and bullying in line with the Bay Area United Against Hate movement . The Poetry Slam contestants competed for a prize of …

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Rewards stimulate creatives to carry out their projects

WARWICK SMITH / Stuff Kane Parsons’ next project is The Legend of Okatia and how she shaped Te Āpiti, the gorge of Manawatū. Son Kippy Hehir-Parsons, 4, was present when he performed a previous play for Te Marae o Hine / The Square. Palmerston North musician and songwriter Kane Parsons …

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How Kabir mixed up religions but didn’t fully accept any

Benares, located on the banks of the Ganges, was a seat of religious and spiritual learning in the 15th century. Leaders of various faiths came there to learn, preach, debate and meditate. Vaishnavas, Saivas, Sufis, Jains and Buddhists, all established monasteries, temples, mosques and hermitages there. One of the ascetics …

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National Book Awards of Scotland: Ely Percy’s coming-of-age novel Duck Feet named Scottish Book of the Year

Ely Percy’s novel Duck Feet was named Scottish Book of the Year. Duck Feet from Ely Percy, who had to relearn to read and write after suffering a brain injury at the age of 14, has been named the overall winner of Scotland’s National Book Awards. Located in Percy’s home …

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Don’t judge a book by its cover – it’s worth trying your luck with newbie and unfamiliar writers

Recently I listened to my first episode of “Agent Provocateur”, a publishing industry podcast. The subject? Celebrity book clubs. The consensus: They are the antichrist, feeding the intellectually lazy readers, aka “entertainment consumers,” who read popular books for fear of missing out. Famous Japanese writer Haruki Murakami said once: “If …

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QU honors the winners of the “University Fasih” poetry competition

Qatar University (QU) held a ceremony in honor of the winners of the “University Fasih” poetry competition, held from September to October in cooperation between the Department of Culture and Arts of the Department of Student Activities and the Department of Arabic Language and Literature. at the College of Arts …

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A new English version of “The Arabian Nights” is the first by a woman

November 27, 2021 The Thousand and One Nights Annotated. Translated by Yasmine Seale. Edited by Paulo Lemos Horta. Right of exploitation; 816 pages; $ 45 and £ 30 IIT’S A of the oldest fables in the world and among the most traveled. From 8th century India and Persia, “1001 Nights” …

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Samsung Black Friday 2021 Deals: Early Best Sellers Right Now

Even though Black Friday is just a few hours away, Samsung Black Friday deals are happening right now on the tech giant’s online store. Additionally, several retailers have Black Friday deals on Samsung’s best gadgets. The countdown to Black Friday 2021 is still running, but there are plenty of Samsung …

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Acclaimed poet Phyllis Webb has lived her life fearlessly and on her own terms

Poet and host Phyllis Webb in 2004.Blaise Enright Peterson She was a poet, capable of handling poetic forms from the villanelle to the ghazal. She was also a seeker of justice, a fearless intellectual, a sexual rebel, winner of a Governor General’s Literary Award, and co-creator of one of the …

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‘Russian Seasons’ cultural project arrives in Seoul

The “Russian Seasons”, a cultural project that links Russia with other countries, is in South Korea this year. This follows the 30th anniversary of the establishment of diplomatic relations last year and the designation of 2020 and 2021 as special years of cultural exchange. “Cultural exchanges further promote the exchange …

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New grant to support the programming of the Dickens Project in the coming year

The Dickens Project, a multi-campus research unit based at UC Santa Cruz focused on the study of 19th-century English-speaking literature and culture, recently received a $ 50,000 grant from the National Endowment of the Humanities (NEH) in support of its 2022 programs. “We are delighted to receive this NEH grant, …

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Consumers Want Retailers to Invest in Sustainability – Produce Blue Book

A new report from Acosta shows buyers want retailers to invest more in sustainability. JACKSONVILLE, Fla., Nov. 22, 2021 / PRNewswire / – Acosta, a global integrated sales and marketing services provider to the consumer packaged goods (CPG) industry, today released its latest research report, Sustainability Impact on Purchase Behavior. …

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Cape Cod authored books include romance, thriller, memory, poetry

“It started with a man on an island” and “It started with a man and a sax”, by Diane M. Pratt (published independently, 2021) When Pratt, who has lived in Bourne for 35 years, says she writes romance novels, she sells for less: it’s her 34th and 35th self-published books, …

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Announcement of the winners of the USM Graduate School three-minute thesis competition

Mon 11/22/2021 – 3:27 PM | By: David Tisdale The University of Southern Mississippi (USM) Graduate School hosted its eighth annual Three-Minute Thesis Competition (3MT) from November 3-4 in a hybrid format, with participants making presentations online and in person. Nearly 40 students, including four online students who participated virtually, …

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Justus Rosenberg, professor and last surviving member of a group that smuggled intellectuals out of Nazi-held Europe, has died aged 100

(JTA) – Justus Rosenberg, a professor whose long career in teaching literature was preceded by a remarkable tenure in the French resistance during World War II, died last month at the age of 100 . Rosenberg was a professor at Bard College in Annandale-on-Hudson, New York for decades, where he …

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Pokemon Brilliant Diamond and Shining Pearl sales start off strong

Friday, Pokemon Shiny Diamond and Shiny Pearl launched worldwide, offering gamers a chance to revisit Sinnoh on Nintendo Switch. According to Christopher Dring of GamesIndustry.biz, many players have chosen to make this return to the region, as the game is the biggest Switch physical launch of the year in the …

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Grand Central skyscraper reportedly brings new LIRR connection

Modern dance, movie screenings, and maybe knitting lessons will bring the outdoor scene to life at 175 Park Ave., the cloud-free skyscraper that’s proposed to replace the much-loved Grand Hyatt Hotel on East 42sd Street. The festivities are planned for the terraces accessible to the public on three sides of …

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Rawah couldn’t find any novels representing her community, so she wrote hers.

Arja’s debut novel “The F Team” has now been shortlisted for a variety of prestigious Australian literary awards, including the 2021 Prime Minister’s Literary Awards announced last month, in the Young Adult Literature category. His book follows young Lebanese boy Tariq, a student at Punchbowl High, who is set to …

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What I’m reading: David Lowe, author on climate change

She is a killer by Kirsten McDougal This novel by New Zealand writer Kirsten McDougal takes the reader into a dystopian world damaged by climate change and in the near future Aotearoa invaded by wealthy immigrants, the “Wealthugees”. Alice fights for existence struggling with sky-high prices, a mundane job, a …

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Beethoven’s versions of Irish songs, new Irish art and poetry

RTÉ Jr, all day After struggling for control of the music away from the adults on DJ For a Day, the kids finally usurped the entire station for World Children’s Day – get ready for a weekend full of news, entertainment, and entertainment. opinions and musical programming designed for children. …

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Author! Author! Literary Series Presents a Trio of Dynamic Writers for Virtual 10th Season

BEND, Ore. (KTVZ) – Author of the Deschutes Public Library Foundation! Author! literary series rings in its tenth season with three powerful writers: Amy Tan, Tommy Orange and Neil Gaiman. The new season will be entirely virtual, with each author bringing a unique voice and perspective to the table: AMY …

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Jason Mott and Tiya Miles win National Book Awards – Sentinel and Enterprise

NEW YORK (AP) – Jason Mott’s “Hell of a Book”, a surreal meta-narrative about an author’s promotional tour and his haunted past and present, won the National Book Award for fiction – a twist that Mott had not imagined for himself. “Hell of a Book” is a satirical version of …

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A Look at Northwestern Literature | Events

Yourika Enoumi Now that the days are getting darker and more dreary, there’s no better time to romanticize life in the Northwest. Ann Spiers’ novel “Back Cut” and David Berger’s book “Razor Clams: Buried Treasure of the Pacific Northwest” showcase the best of Washington, both artistically and practically. The two …

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University of Alaska Anchorage: UAA Club Council Germbbusters Coloring Book Now On Sale!

November 17, 2021 The AUA Club Council is proud to continue its commitment to the fight against hunger amongAnchor children and families by posting “Germbusters: Rise of the Germ Monsters”,a 20 page coloring book for children in the Seawolf community. Feeding the children of AnchorageLimited edition digital and print books …

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5 writers are shortlisted for the 2021 CBC Poetry Prize

From left to right: Mia Anderson, Lise Gaston, Adriana Oniță, Bola Opaleke and Alison Watt. (See individual pages for credit) Five writers from across Canada were shortlisted for the 2021 CBC Poetry Prize. The finalists are: The winner will be announced on November 24. He will receive $ 6,000 from …

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Announcement of the 2021 National Book Awards winners

Jason Mott won the Fiction Award for his novel “Hell of a Book” at the 2021 Virtual National Book Awards on Wednesday night, held at the offices of Penguin Random House. “The hell of a book” opens with the story of a black author traveling the country to promote his …

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Emirates Airline Festival of Literature announces 2022 author list

The Emirates Airline Festival of Literature has announced its 2022 lineup, the selection paying homage to the source literature behind some of today’s most compelling films and series. Bridgerton author Julia Quinn and Chernobyl 1986 Author Serhii Plokhy, both of whom have had their respective works turned into hit Netflix …

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The book cellar is a great place to find treasures

Talk about a wonderful place to visit on a cold, gray day. There is nothing more welcoming than the book cellar of the Dover Public Library. You would never guess that descending those steps to the library basement would lead to such a comfortable, charming and welcoming hideaway. There you …

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I am starting a new project and I need help. What do you know about Poetry Harbor?

I am looking for people attached to Poetry Harbor. Google tells me that the late Patrick McKinnon (DNT in the spotlight here) may have been a founder? Ellie Schoenfeld too? Looks like Larry Schug posted with them (Obsessed with mud)? Sheila Packa too (Always say goodbye)? There were two award-winning …

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BREAKING: ARTES MUNDI partners with BAGRI FOUNDATION to present the 10th and 11th editions of the UK’s biggest international art prize + exhibition

Installation view: Artes Mundi 9 (2021). Foreground: Firelei Báez; background: Prabhakar Pachpute at Amgueddfa Genedlaethol Caerdydd – National Museum Cardiff. Photography: Stuart Whipps. It has been announced that the Bagri Foundation will be the presenting partner of Artes Mundi 10 (2023) and Artes Mundi 11 (2025). This collaboration will be …

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Health officials call anti-vaxx literature ‘bogus’ | Colombia County

HUDSON – Local health officials are denouncing a recent COVID direct mail. A letter sent to more than 33,000 households in Columbia County draws the attention of local health authorities to its claim about COVID-19 vaccinations for children. The flyer encourages residents to visit the DoWeNeedThis website. The site is …

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Prices are “stuffed” with low yields and a strong pull for Thanksgiving – Produce Blue Book

You might have things to thank this year, but fresh food buyers find it hard to count their blessings. Limited supply, marginal quality and high prices plague all aspects of the fresh produce industry. Of course, the average producer needs price increases to compensate for lower yields and rising costs …

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White verse: the power of erasure poetry | Poetry

Wwartime, language game, act of restorative justice, conversation – erasure poetry can play all of these roles and more. A branch of rediscovered poetry, erasure poetry starts from an existing document, erasing parts to leave a new, finer text. While this type of worm is experiencing a resurgence in popularity …

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