Egyptian editions help Arab writers reach new readers

Tanmia began publishing books by foreign authors to Egypt in 2016, he said, “after realizing readers’ thirst for Arab works which have won major literary prizes.” Lotfy began in this regard with the novel “Destinies: Holocaust and Nakba ConcertoBy Palestinian writer Rabai Al-Madhoun after winning the International Prize for Arab …

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Things to do in DC, November 8-10

Illustration by Melissa Santoyo. Hey everybody! We have a musical tribute to Justice Ruth Bader Ginsburg, a documentary on the 1991 Mount Pleasant disturbance, and a talk with Senator Elizabeth Warren. In the final tribute to Judge Ruth Bader Ginsburg, singers from the Washington National Opera perform songs of justice, …

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Poetry Club turns trauma into art – Berkeley High Jacket

Characteristics Ren Green and Sasha Wizelman are club co-chairs. frost lily Poetry Club, a club at Berkeley High School (BHS), strives to create a sanctuary for any student to write and share poetry. It is currently led by Sasha Wizelman, Senior in Communication Arts and Sciences (CAS), and Ren Green, …

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Raise a drink at the Mennonite Cocktail Book

You might think that a book on Mennonite cocktails would be as thin as a volume titled Tasteful decorating tips from Donald Trump, but Toronto writer and blogger SL Klassen proves that this assumption is false with Menno-Nightcaps: cocktails inspired by this strange ethno-religious group that you always confuse with …

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Penguin Random House wins financial award

It is difficult for most authors to publish a book, let alone write a bestseller or win a prestigious award. So when Damon Galgut, the South African writer, won the Booker Prize for his novel The promise On Wednesday night, after being shortlisted twice for the award before, he triumphed …

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the British Poetry Pavilion at Expo 2020

Living in Brexile, you find excuses for the UK’s exhilaration of dribbling. You explain to mystified non-Britons that whatever they’ve put in the water will one day run out. May Merlin return with Excalibur and Alec Guinness. Everything will be fine again. So I visited the UK pavilion at Expo …

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Valley News – Poets’ pen lines to support the earth

HANOVER – Poets and environmentalists work together to raise awareness among people about the protection of open lands and the nature around them. As part of this effort, land trusts have teamed up with poets to publish an anthology that celebrates the parcels of land conserved. The Upper Valley Land …

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Winning B2B sales in China

Chronicle of the Changing Landscape of China’s Sales Over the Past 20 Years SHANGHAI, November 1, 2021 / PRNewswire / – A New Book, Winning the B2B Sale in China, will be launched on November 10, 2021 at 8:00 p.m. (Singapore hour, GMT +8). The author, cj Ng, is the …

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Memory celebrates the life of Ritu Nanda

The memoir of Raj Kapoor’s daughter, Ritu Nanda, takes a closer look at her life and the various roles she has played, including that of insurance advisor and creator of the popular Niky Tasha line of kitchenettes. Written by Sathya Saran, “Being Ritu: The Unforgettable Story of Ritu Nanda” was …

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Patricia Jabeh Wesley to offer poetry reading on November 9

ALTOONA, Pa. – Patricia Jabbeh Wesley will offer a reading of her works at 12:15 p.m. on Tuesday, November 9, in the Titelman study at the Misciagna Family Center for Performing Arts at Penn State Altoona. Jabbeh Wesley, professor of English, Creative Writing and African Literature at Penn State Altoona, …

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Erma Bombeck Writers’ Workshop publishes book on sisters

As a bonus, the book will also feature Q&A with famous sisters, poems and songs about sisters, and anecdotes related to real and fictional sisters in books, television, and movies. To exploreTEDxDayton Announces List of Speakers and Topics “‘Sisters!’ achieves the workshop’s mission to encourage and support writers, ”said Teri …

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UVic News – University of Victoria

Although Halloween only comes once a year, the thirst for vampire stories never seems to die out. This has helped UVic humanities professor Peter Golz pursue his own passion for studying these stories in film and literature for over 20 years. In doing so, he made Victoria home to one …

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Czech morning brief: headlines from October 25, 2021

Politics: The Senate could discuss the president’s health on November 9 The Czech Senate is considering November 9 as a possible date for an extraordinary session on the state of health of hospitalized President Miloš Zeman, said Senate President Miloš Vystrčil (ODS). The Senate session would focus on Zeman’s ability …

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Gurnah’s Nobel Prize win sparks hope for African writers

The Tanzanian-born novelist Abdulrazak Gurnah. [Reuters] For some time now, East Africans had hoped, almost piously, that the Nobel Prize for Literature “would come home!” Nowhere else, however, has this intuition been more pronounced than in Kenya, the home country of world-renowned literary giant Ngugi wa Thiong’o. For no other …

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Electronic Literature (Digital Literature) Market 2021-2026 Size and Share, Recent Improvements, and Regional Analysis

Detailed study and analysis of the Global Electronic Literature Market (Digital Literature) highlights new trends in electronic literature (digital literature) industry and provides businesses with business information. This study helps manufacturers, suppliers and investors, CEOs to identify opportunities and business optimization strategies to improve their value in the global Electronic …

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Mirror Project – SupChina

Mirror Project – SupChina Skip to content Find a company based in China Find a company based in ChinaJD technologyEvergrande GroupGanfeng LithiumShenghe Resources HoldingNorth China Rare Earth GroupBaotou Iron and SteelGemLens technologyKanzhunKuaishouMissFreshXuanji technologyVolitationHuimingjieAEEEHangThree Gorges Society of ChinaChina across the oceanHoneycombXAGCMSGDUFoiaSYS SkyTIMAutel roboticsChina Aviation Industry CompanyChinese Academy of Aerospace AerodynamicsEngines of …

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The latest developments in Alzheimer’s disease

Andrea Couture Andrea Couture is the author of “Embracing What Remains”, a dissertation on the balance between motherhood and childhood after her father’s diagnosis of Alzheimer’s disease. When my father, … Lisa marshall April 23, 2021 Lisa Marshall cares for her husband Peter, who has been diagnosed with early-stage Alzheimer’s …

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American Association of University Women Book Sale Continues October 22-24 | Local News

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Canceled Again: No Cowboy Poetry Gathering at Elko This Winter | Local

DAILY ELKO ELKO – Cowboy poetry fans eagerly awaiting another live rally will have to wait longer. The Western Folklife Center announced Thursday that the 38th National Cowboy Poetry Gathering, originally scheduled for Jan. 24-29, has been canceled. “After careful consideration of the logistical challenges and financial hurdles due to …

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AURA Istanbul conferences Saturday: Juhani Pallasmaa & Hüseyin Yanar “Art in Architecture”

AURA Istanbul conferences Saturday: Juhani Pallasmaa & Hüseyin Yanar “Art in Architecture” Designed by Cem Günübek To share To share Facebook Twitter Pinterest WhatsApp Mail Or https://www.archdaily.com/970523/aura-istanbul-saturday-conferences-juhani-pallasmaa-and-huseyin-yanar-art-in-architecture The opening conference of the “AURA on Saturdays” series in the fall semester 2021 will welcome architect, professor emeritus, writer Juhani Pallasmaa and …

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The Evansville Philharmonic Orchestra celebrates literature in music

EVANSVILLE – Saturday’s excellent concert by the Evansville Philharmonic Orchestra featured a consortium of local artistic forces. The EPO performed in its pre-COVID fullness while, in the semi-scenic production of the musical staging of Mendelssohn’s “Midsummer Night’s Dream”, the orchestra’s choir members accompanied sopranos Tiffany Choe and Andrea Drury as …

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Professor Martín Espada shares his poetry and passion for social justice at 2021 Commonwealth Honors College plenary lecture – Massachusetts Daily Collegian

Students discover the world of social justice through the creative work of the Puerto Rican poet On October 15, University of Massachusetts English professor Martín Espada explained to students the importance of standing up for social justice and how their ideas can change the world. Espada captivated audiences with an …

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Some surprises at the 2021 Nobel Prizes

Maria Ressa is the first Filipina to win the Nobel Prize. Photo – Eloisa Lopez / Reuters It is not surprising that the only woman awarded is María Ressa, one of the Nobel Peace Prize laureates. By Melba Castillo A. (Confidential) HAVANA TIMES – Every year it is interesting to …

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Sunday Reading: Critics of Classical Literature

In 1981, British critic VS Pritchett published a review of Salman Rushdie’s second novel, “Midnight’s Children,” a political satire about a boy born in India as the country moved from colonial rule to independence. Rushdie sidesteps the typical feints of historical fiction and creates a crisp, allegorical vision of a …

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Poetry Slam – The State Times

Lara murray What’s the first thought that comes to your mind when you think of poetry? Shakespeare? sonnets? Rhythm? Art? Maybe nothing. It’s no secret that this form of literature is not for everyone. People see it as a “foreign language” or a strange hobby. For this reason, those gifted …

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2022 Lexus LX600 debuts as premium Land Cruiser

Lexus may have a reputation built on luxurious, quiet executive sedans, but as the market shifted to SUVs, its flagship model concept evolved as well. Toyota’s luxury branch is releasing a brand new one for 2022, the Lexus LX600. This top of the line has all the supple leather and …

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Top 10 Urban Literature Legends | Horror books

He in the UK most of us now live in an urban world and the stories we tell often reflect the anxieties and fears of these environments. Folk-horror, a sub-genre that has enjoyed huge success in recent years, focuses on city dwellers out of their depth in rural communities or …

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The power of poetry – Le Paisano

Since the pandemic, many people have experienced peaks in depression and anxiety. Mental Health America, a nonprofit organization dedicated to mental health awareness, screened more than 800,000 people for anxiety and depression from January to September 2020. People are suffering from depression and depression more than ever before. anxiety: especially …

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2021 Nobel Laureates: Complete List

Each October, committees in Sweden and Norway award six Nobel Prizes, each recognizing a revolutionary contribution from an individual or organization in a specific field. Prizes are awarded for physiology or medicine, physics, chemistry, economics, literature and peace work. The winners receive a diploma and a medal, and each prize …

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artist finds home in Thorntown Gallery | New

Artist and writer Topher Kearby moved from Carmel to Dover to return to his rural upbringing and took on a new life for himself in the process. He bought a place west of Western Boone Junior-Senior High School and accepted a position as a high school English teacher two years …

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The Nobel Prize for Dark Literature

Another year in which the Nobel Prize for Literature has been awarded to a writer whom I have never read – and I am beginning to despair. Does the Swedish Nobel Committee want to present me as a Philistine? I ask myself this question even as I declare that I …

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Poetry Sunday: Alice Kociemba | CAI

Alice Kociemba shares the poem “Homage to Patricia Marie”. Note: The Patricia Marie, laden with scallops, sank with all hands on board on October 24, 1976, the worst night for the Provincetown fishing fleet in over 60 years. The boat sank about three miles off Nauset Light in rough seas …

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SGPC launches campaign to counter Christian missionaries in Punjab

The Shiromani Gurdwara Parbandhak Committee (SGPC) recently launched a special campaign to counter the alleged massive conversions of Sikhs to Christianity in the Punjab. Amid videos showing the proselytizing activities of the state’s Christian missionaries shared widely on social media, the Sikh Supreme Corps has been criticized within the community …

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two children’s winners for Wales

// = do_shortcode (‘[in-content-square]’)?> Casi Wyn and Connor Allen. Images Literature Wales It has been a busy time for poetry in Wales as two new children’s winners have been announced by Literature Wales. Casi Wyn from Bangor took over from Bardd Plant, the role in Welsh and Connor Allen from …

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Madhubani Literature Festival 2021: The largest gathering for Maithil’s literary discourse is back with the 4th edition

Image source: FACEBOOK LITERATURE FESTIVAL / MADHUBANI Madhubani Literature Festival 2021 The Madhubani Literature Festival (MLF) is a flagship program organized by the Center for Studies of Tradition and Systems (CSTS), Delhi. It has successfully organized three successive editions of literature festivals in the lands of Mithila (North Bihar) in …

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