Nissan Motor Announces Children’s Book Contest Winners

2022/03/04 YOKOHAMA, Japan – Nissan Motor Co., Ltd. today announced the winners of the 38th Nissan Children’s Story and Picture Book Grand Prize, organized by the Osaka International Institute of Children’s Literature. From the grand prize winning picture book“Mikan Kyodai no Tanken” (“The Mandarin Brothers Expedition”) Marina Yabuguchi won the …

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Literary festival brings diversity through literature – The Western Carolinian

Western Carolina University will host its 20and Annual Spring Literary Festival March 14-17 at the AK Hinds University Center Theater. Admission is free for all and masks are encouraged. This festival presents writers from all over the world with diverse backgrounds. These published writers will be on campus to present …

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Get ready for the Rotary Club of Port Macquarie Big Book Sale 2022 | Port Macquarie News

newsletters, editors’ pick list, Giant Book Sale, Rotary Club of Port Macquarie, 2022, Bob Cleland, Panthers Port Macquarie Expect more good quality books than ever before at the Rotary Club of Port Macquarie Giant Book Sale 2022. Bookworms will benefit after COVID restrictions lead to more people tidying up their …

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Poetry contest attracts two county | Way of life

OLYMPIA – Two students from Okanogan County will compete in the National Poetry Aloud Contest on March 12. Malina Weigel, Okanogan High School, and Bela Moore, Methow Valley Independent Learning Center in Twisp, will represent Eastern Washington in the online contest. Due to COVID-19, this year’s national final will be …

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The Bookseller – Commentary – How YA Takes Center Stage

For over a decade now, young adult literature has been a major force in the publishing world. Typically targeting readers between the ages of 12 and 17 (although in 2012 a study showed that 55% of books aimed at young audiences were purchased by adults worth reading), YA fiction has …

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Fay B. Kaigler Children’s Book Festival, Ezra Jack Keats Book Award Ceremony for Virtual Presentations April 6-8

Tue 03/01/2022 – 3:38 pm | From: David Tisdale All things related to the wonder and joy of children’s literature are on the agenda April 6-8 when the University of Southern Mississippi’s School of Library and Information Studies (SLIS) ( USM) presents, online, the annual Fay B. Kaigler Children’s Book …

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IHG UK and Europe 25% off flash sale for stays through September 4, 2022 (book by March 7)

IHG has launched a flash sale for stays at participating hotels in the UK and Europe between March 4 and September 4, 2022. IHG Rewards members save up to 25% when they book March 1-7. You can access this offer on the IHG website here. READ MORE: IHG reward rates …

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PAM SS22 Poetry and Motion Collection Release Info

Melbourne-based PAM, Perks and Mini, founded by Shauna Toohey and Misha Hollenback, have released their Spring/Summer 2022 “Poetry and Motion” collection. The latest collection is inspired by poetry, primarily Basho’s haiku, which Shauna and Misha read during lockdown, which explains the clothes adorned with embroidered poems. Syllables that speak deeply …

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Kate in Paris: Museums – The Tufts Daily

Come across a museum in Paris seemed almost as common as going back and forth to the “bakeries” that seemingly dot every corner of the city. Well, maybe not to the same degree – Paris enjoys an amazing More than 30,000 bakeries and nearly 300 museums – but it certainly …

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Spring Book Sale at Cobb Civic Center April 22-24

Cobb Public Library has released the following Spring 2022 Book Sale details: The book sale will take place at the Cobb Civic Center from April 22-24, 2022. Materials for sale include books for all ages, hardcover and paperback, DVDs, books on CD and audio cassette, and magazines. Prices range from …

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poetry of a free man of color from the 1800s

SHREVEPORT, La. (AP) — Centenary College of Louisiana has published the first comprehensive collection of poetry by a free man of color who wrote in French for the nation’s first black daily newspaper in the mid-1800s. Adolph Duhart was “among the many colored Creoles in New Orleans who dared to …

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VIRL’s online art and literature magazine is now available in print – Nanaimo News Bulletin

Readers can now hold an online magazine about Vancouver Island art and literature in their hands. This week, the Vancouver Island Regional Library presents its second issue of Sea and Cedar. The publication, an initiative of the Nanaimo Harbourfront Library, features the work of 16 writers and two visual artists …

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Russian gas supply to the west resumes via the Yamal-Europe gas pipeline

A worker checks the pipes of a gas compressor station at the Yamal-Europe gas pipeline near Nesvizh, about 130 km (81 miles) southwest of Minsk December 29, 2006. REUTERS/Vasily Fedosenko Join now for FREE unlimited access to Reuters.com Register MOSCOW, Feb 26 (Reuters) – Gas supplies have resumed from Poland …

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Student Blogs This Week – Poetry and Drama, High School Excitement, and More

Our student bloggers write about how they’re coping with the current global health crisis, provide insight into their school’s performing arts programs, share their thoughts on the latest theater news, and much more. Read some of this week’s best blogs below! Check out more student blogs here! And don’t miss …

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Kravis Center Names Lebow Award Winners

Sophia Madden, high school student from Royal Palm Beach. Photo courtesy of Mary Stucchi Celebrating its 12th year of honoring local high school students with Title 1 for excellence in Shakespearean performance, the Lebow Awards were presented on January 22, where participating students and teachers also attended Shakespeare’s Macbeth Night. …

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Electronic Literature (Digital Literature) Market by Application, Product, Type, Industry Share, Market Size, Growth Rate, Opportunities, Regional Analysis and Forecast to 2021-2028

Global Electronic Literature (Digital Literature) Market The research report covers the analysis of key drivers influencing market growth, opportunities, challenges and the risks faced by key manufacturers and the market as a whole. It also covers the impact of COVID19 on the e-literature (digital literature) market. This report contains an …

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Hastings School Board debates censorship after board members withdrew books from sale

item Hastings Secondary School (FOX 9) HASTINGS, MN (FOX 9) – A new Hastings School Board member is speaking out about what she calls a ‘Facebook post full of lies’, accusing her and another school board member of removing books from school shelves a recent college book fair. Board members …

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Saskatoon Publisher Sells 22-Year-Old Poetry Book After Its Title Appears In TikToker’s Dream

A New York TikToker claiming to have psychic powers is creating new demand for a 22-year-old book published in Saskatoon. Marni Webb posted a TikTok video about a dream where a man asked her “Is the fifth window open?” In the video, viewed more than three million times, Webb said …

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TASTE OF ICELAND FESTIVAL KICKS OFF NATIONAL TOUR IN WASHINGTON, DC MARCH 17-20

WASHINGTON, February 23, 2022 /PRNewswire/ — Inspired by Icelandannounced today A taste of Iceland 2022an annual celebration of Icelandic culture in North America. The first stage of the visit is washington d.c.from where March 17-20residents can travel to Iceland through a series of events inspired by and celebrating the best …

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Queen’s honors Professor Emeritus Anna Matzov | Queen’s Gazette

The Queen’s community remembers Professor Emeritus Anna Matzov, who died on January 16. She was 88 years old. Dr Matzov taught Russian language and literature at Queen’s for 30 years and was a recognized authority on Boris Pasternak (Dr Zhivago), and Mikhail Bakhtin and literary criticism. Dr. Matzov was born …

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Russia’s Yamal-Europe pipeline flows east as Ukraine crisis escalates

A worker lifts a bottle at a Yamal-Europe pipeline gas compressor station near Nesvizh, about 130 km (81 miles) southwest of Minsk December 29, 2006. REUTERS/Vasily Fedosenko/File Photo Join now for FREE unlimited access to Reuters.com Register MOSCOW, Feb 22 (Reuters) – Natural gas flowed east in reverse via the …

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‘Ayaz Gul poet of feelings’

Islamabad: The poetry of famous Sindhi poet Ayaz Gul has a unique style. He is a poet of feelings. His poems for children are also unique. Also, Nasira Zubair is a poet with a fresh accent. These views were expressed by the famous poet Iftikhar Arif in a ceremony organized …

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JK: Vomedh celebrates International Mother Language Day in Srinagar | India is blooming

Srinagar: Vomedh, a social and cultural organization in Jammu and Kashmir, celebrated the “International Mother Language Day” on Monday with a varied and entertaining program at Tagore Hall in Srinagar. The event was attended by a large audience of people of all ages who wholeheartedly enjoyed the day-long cultural extravaganza. …

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The problem with the pandemic conspiracy

“I had no particular ambition to write about the pandemic, but it was like a giant tree trunk that fell my way,” said Ian McEwan, whose upcoming novel, “Lessons,” follows a 1940s British man in his twilight years. in 2021, while living alone in London during confinement, looking back on …

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Local Writer Writes Thriller Inspired by Canada’s Biggest Terrorist Attack

“It’s historical fiction, inspired by the Air India tragedy and investigation, and written in the thriller genre,” says local author of My Father’s Secret It has been nearly 37 years since a terrorist plot shot down a plane leaving Montreal, killing 329 people. The true story of the Air India …

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American life in poetry | Torn right

There is a series of richly resonant touchstone terms in Jericho Brown’s vast poetic mythology. The word crossing refers, in part, to the great crossing of the Atlantic in the “Middle Passage”, to the many rivers crossed by those fleeing slavery, and finally to the great crossing of this deadly …

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Audible Founder Don Katz To Be 2022 Pen America Gala Honoree

Audible founder Don Katz has been shortlisted by PEN America as a Business Visionary Honoree for its 2022 Literary Gala for outstanding contributions to the world of literature and audio storytelling, the organization revealed in a statement. Press release. Katz, a prominent journalist and author himself, founded Audible in 1995. …

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Bringing Nepalese Literature to the World

There is a growing emphasis on translation around the world these days, adds Baral, and many publishers now publish more translated works than before. Witness the widespread popularity of authors like Haruki Murakami, Elena Ferrante, Olga Tokarczuk, Han Kang and Mieko Kawakami. speaking in tongues But translation itself is not …

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Best Book “Football for Dummies”

What is the best “Football for Dummies” book? You can learn a lot from watching football on TV, but the commentary usually doesn’t explain all the intricacies. You can watch more detailed videos, but the best would be to have a football guide next to you. So, if you’re new …

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A spoken word club in high school changed the lives of students. Now you can read their poems

When Peter Kahn became an English teacher at Chicago-area Oak Park and River Forest High School, he was terrified of teaching poetry. “Poetry was my least favorite subject as a student, and my least favorite subject to teach as a teacher,” he says. “I was terrible at that.” So he …

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Vocal Arts DC will present Elena Villalón in recital

On Tuesday, March 15, DC Voice Arts will present the soprano Elena Villalón in recital with the pianist Kathleen Kelly. The concert will take place at 7:30 p.m. The John F. Kennedy Center for the Performing Arts‘ Terrace Theatre. The show will feature pieces by Hugo Wolf, Jean Sibelius, Edvard …

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Bengali poet Jibanananda Das picked up on Tagore’s legacy by not trying ‘too hard’

JIbanananda Das is considered one of the forerunners of modernist poetry in Bengali literature. Considered an avant-garde at the time he was writing, he was one of the most talented figures of Bengali poets after Rabindranath Tagore. Although Das is now a canonized literary figure, he never received his due …

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[Editorial] Three PC promises for the new year ahead of MWC 2022 – Samsung Global Newsroom

We are only in the second month of 2022, and yet, it has already been quite a year for Samsung Electronics! Just a few days ago, we announced our Galaxy S22 series, a series that represents the best of Samsung mobility, innovation and ingenuity coming together to improve people’s daily …

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Fresh out of Shoebox Poetry Sessions

Hosted by Rhyme N Chatt Interactive Poetry Organization Marsha Mills, President When Tuesday, February 22, at 7 p.m. Or Edney Innovation Center, 5th Floor 1100 Market Street Chattanooga, TN 37402 Cost To free Target audience All readers, writers and listeners of poetry of all ages and backgrounds. description of the …

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Author hopes children’s literature can spark conversation about mental health

For children’s author Sheree Fitch, developing empathy and compassion is only part of the mental health puzzle. For some children and adults, the missing piece is often learning to turn that compassion inward. It’s the difference between being a good person on the outside and being a resilient person on …

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fewer new titles and sales in Covid-hit years, women and young readers more avid

The pandemic-hit years have impacted Georgian publishers and booksellers by reducing sales and books released, with the first year of Covid-19 seeing a 25% reduction in new releases and the last two years showing a 40% drop in book sales, new industry research shows. Released on Tuesday, the local market …

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Poetry Aloud Contest Results

Columbia, CA – This year’s Tuolumne County Poetry Aloud Contest was recently held at the Fallon House Theater in Columbia. Nine students participated who were selected from three high schools in the county. Each participant recited from memory two poems chosen from the Poetry Out Loud website, including one written …

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Voice of the people: censorship is the right of parents

Censorship is the right of parents The recent removal of 16 books from Polk County school libraries in response to complaints from a political group that the books were “obscene” undermines parents’ right to have a say in their children’s education. The list of banned books includes highly regarded works …

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Late writer’s services to literature hailed – Newspaper

PESHAWAR: Speakers at a condolence conference paid rich tributes to late Sufi Bashir Ahmad for serving literature and scholars. The reference was organized by the Gandhara Hindko Board for Bashir Ahmad, who was popular with literary circles in Peshawar as Sufi Bashir and died recently in Peshawar at the age …

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Search mutual fund quotes, news, net asset values ABG shipyard INE067H01016, ABGSHIP, 532682 Adani Wilmar INE699H01024, PUNCH, 543458 CDS INE467B01029, SDC, 532540 ICICI Bank INE090A01021, ICICIBANK, 532174 Tata power INE245A01021, TATAPOWER, 500400 …

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Niyi Osundare’s Latest Poetry Collection Features Reading and Signing Session by CORA-Roving Heights

Prominent Nigerian Poet Laureate, Niyi Osundare’s new collection of poetry, ‘GREEN: Sighs of Our Ailing Planet’, will feature in a reading/signing session on February 20, 2022. Organized jointly by the Committee for Relevant Art (CORA) and Roving Heights Bookstores, the session titled, An Evening with Professor Niyi Osundare, will have …

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Cheshire: Don’t miss your chance to enter a literature competition

WORDSMITHS has an extra chance to enter Cheshire’s largest free literary competition. A month is now ticking to enter as the deadline for the 2021 Cheshire Literature Prize hosted by the University of Chester and the Storyhouse Cultural Center has been extended to Wednesday 9 March. The annual competition offers …

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JetBlue Flight Sale: $22 flights are back today

All products featured on Condé Nast Traveler are independently selected by our editors. If you purchase something through our retail links, we may earn an affiliate commission. This article has been updated with new information since its original publication date. It’s JetBlue’s birthday and they’re celebrating – in a big …

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The poet Bellinger is the next presenter of Speakers & Issues

The February 17 event is part of MSU Texas’ Black History Month activities Midwestern State University’s Speakers & Issues series will host poet and educator DeMisty Bellinger at 7 p.m. Thursday, Feb. 17 at MSU Texas’ Wichita Falls Museum of Art. The event is also sponsored by the MOSAIC Cross …

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When is World Book Day 2022 and what is this year’s theme? – The Irish Sun

World Book Day 2022 celebrates all things literature and reading. The annual event, run by the charity Unesco, is largely aimed at children and aims to encourage their love of reading. 2 The event is designed to encourage children to read and develop their love of booksCredit: Getty Images – …

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Access to diverse literature can make children more understanding, accepting, and loving of everyone.

Access to diverse literature can make children more understanding, accepting, and loving of everyone. (Leah Hogsten | The Salt Lake Tribune) Four of nine books that have been removed from schools in the Canyons School District and indicted, November 23, 2021. The Bluest Eye by Toni Morrison, Gender Queer by …

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Maggie Haberman’s Book: Flushed Papers Found Clogging Trump WH Toilet

While President Trump was in office, staff at the White House Residence periodically discovered wads of printed paper clogging toilets — and believed the president had thrown out pieces of paper, Maggie Haberman scoops in his next book, “Confidence Man.” Why is this important: The revelation of Haberman, whose coverage …

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A language hero inspired by poetry

From his first year of university studies, Abdullah Al Harun – mentored by the eminent poet Mahbub-ul-Alam Chowdhury – was different from his classmates February 10, 2022, 08:30 Last modification: February 10, 2022, 08:32 Abdullah Al Haroun. Sketch: TBS “> Abdullah Al Haroun. Sketch: TBS Political caution and a love …

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On the 1863 novel that predicted the Internet, cars, skyscrapers, and electronic dance music. ‹ Literary Center

February 8, 2022, 4:18 p.m. Today we celebrate the 194th birthday of Jules Verne, novelist, poet, playwright and, ultimately, seer. Often described as the “Father of Science Fiction”, Verne accurately predicted the invention of (and many details about) the submarine in 20000 Leagues Under the Sea; his history In the …

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GTA Trilogy Definitive Edition sold around 10 million copies despite problems

Grand Theft Auto: The Trilogy – The Definitive Edition appears to have sold around 10 million copies since its first release in November last year. When the remastered edition of the GTA Trilogy first arrived, each installment in the collection was notably bogged down by a number of technical issues, …

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Julie Markham Atkins’ new book ‘Rainbow Visions’ is a collection of moving poetry that uses words and nature to create emotion

SALEM, Virginia – February 8, 2022 – (Newswire.com) Fulton Books author Julie Markham Atkins, an excellent author, has completed her latest book “Rainbow Visions”: a beautiful experience through poetic pieces of enlightenment and wonderful visual imagery. Julie shares, “Rainbow Visions is a book for anyone who loves poetry and especially …

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Ashley Bryan, children’s author who told stories about black life in America, has died

Ashley Bryan, a prolific, award-winning children’s author and illustrator who has told stories of black life, culture, and folklore in acclaimed works such as “Freedom Over Me,” “Beautiful Blackbird,” and “Beat the Story- Drum, Pum-Pum,” died at age 98. The longtime Maine resident died peacefully Friday in Texas, where he …

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Announcement of the long list of the SheThePeople Women Writer’s Prize

Twelve novels, including four translated works, are on the long list of the inaugural SheThePeople Women Writer’s Prize. Among the shortlisted books are A death at Shonagachhi (Rijula ​​Das), A mirror made of rain (Naheed Phiroze Patel) Swan Brotherhood (Selma Carvalho) The Begum and the Dastan (Tarana Husain Khan) The …

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Don’t miss the Liverpool Library Book Lover Sale

Liverpool City Library has started 2022 strong, releasing a full program of activities for members of all ages in February, including its annual Library Lovers Book Sale. The Book Sale is organized by Liverpool City Library each year to celebrate Library Lovers Day, giving members of the community the chance …

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On Poetry: A valentine of love for all seasons | News

Fleda Brown. Record-Eagle/Jan-Michael Stump This is a Valentine’s Day poem for the elderly. No, it’s Valentine’s Day for everyone. Yes, it is the middle of winter here, and yes, the poem takes place in a garden in summer. But love has no season, does it? Or, as Kunitz says in …

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Meet the Ghanaian professor who was elected president of the American Academy of Arts and Letters

Professor Anthony Kwame Appiah Professor Anthony Kwame Appiah, a Ghanaian academic at New York University, has been elected president of the American Academy of Arts and Letters. Professor Kwame Appiah announced in a post on Twitter that he had received the Academy members’ vote to become President. He will hold …

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New Philadelphia bookstore specializes in rare black literature

💌 Do you like Philly? Sign up for Billy Penn’s free newsletter to get everything you need to know about Philadelphia, every day. Anyabwile Love had planned to wait until spring to open Bailey Street Books. But when a previous opportunity arose to launch his bookstore and community center in …

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Forget football, it’s the Monday night books!

Thomas Beard was sitting at a desk the other day, in a small room at the back of Light Industry, a movie and electronic arts venue he co-founded. A vase of yellow tulips was in front of him. In April, Light Industry will move to new premises, and in the …

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Join the Scarritt Bennett Center for an evening of conversation with renowned visual artist, poet, and author Henry L. Jones

Nashville, TN (TN Tribune)–Scarritt Bennet The center will host artist and poet Henry L. Jones for “An Evening with Henry L. Jones” on Friday, February 11 at 6 p.m. Jones will join the conversation with Scarritt Bennet Executive Director, Rev. Sondrea Tolbert, to discuss her art, poetry and creative process. …

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Gorrie wins the 2022 Victorian Prize for Literature

February 4, 2022 @booksandpublishing Veronica Gorrie won Australia’s richest literary prize, the $100,000 Victorian Prize for Literature, for her first memoir Black and Blue: A Memoir on Racism and Resilience (Scribe), at the Victorian Premier’s Literary Awards (VPLAs) 2022. Gorrie also won the Indigenous Writing Award and was shortlisted in …

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Nintendo Switch Sales Hit Over 100 Million, Surpassing Wii

The Nintendo Switch has officially surpassed 100 million units sold, Nintendo announced as part of its latest round of financial results today. Specifically, the Nintendo Switch has reached 103.54 million in terms of total units sold as of December 31, 2021. This makes the Switch the best-selling Nintendo home console …

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Farmington University Writers Series to host award-winning poet

Gibson Fay LeBlanc Photo submitted The University of Maine Farmington Guest Writer Series plans to feature award-winning poet Gibson Fay-LeBlanc as the program’s fourth reader for the 2021/22 season. Fay-LeBlanc will read an excerpt from her work at 7:30 p.m. on Thursday, Feb. 10 at The Landing at UMF Olsen …

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Woodrow Wilson Community Foundation awards $7,500 to 5 schools

Lakewood Elementary School. (Photo by Rasy Ran) the Woodrow Wilson Community Foundation provided grants to five local schools through its Feeder Impact Fund in honor of Gary Griffith. This year, $7,500 was distributed among six schools, all in the Woodrow Feeding Model: Mount Auburn Elementary, Woodrow, Mockingbird Elementary, Lakewood Elementary …

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Helicon Literary & Arts Magazine Encourages Creativity at Northwestern

From intricate 20-page prose to moving short stories and poems, Helicon — Northwestern’s student-run arts and literature magazine — celebrates all forms of creative expression. The magazine, one of the oldest publications on campus, allows students to experiment with screenplays, creative non-fiction, and fiction. The art section features visual media …

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Family Owners List Blackwell Bookstores | Retail business

The family behind Blackwell’s, the UK’s largest independent bookseller, has put the business up for sale after scrapping a plan to turn it over to employees. A deal would remove Blackwell’s, which operates 18 stores and a website, from family control for the first time in its 143-year history. The …

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Gabriola Poet Naomi Beth Wakan Puts Poetry In Pictures In Her Latest Book – Nanaimo News Bulletin

The next book from Nanaimo’s first Poet Laureate contains both written and visual art. Last month, Naomi Beth Wakan released her latest book, Now and Here. It’s a collaborative effort with Maine editor and photographer Christine Brooks Cote, in which Wakan, who turned 90 in July, wrote poetry in response …

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Explore taiko drumming, earthquake preparedness and history as Salem Reads 2022 kicks off

Prior to World War II, Japanese farmers just outside of Salem grew the vast majority of Oregon’s celery. Their story is just one of those that will be explored during a month of Salem Reads activities based on Ruth Ozeki’s “A Tale for the Time Being,” a novel about intersecting …

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DC Ekphrastic: Crisis of Faith Extended Edition explores politics, religion and failed relationships

Provided by ATW – All Things Writing, LLC “It’s everything you don’t talk about at the dinner table,” says award-winning Bristow author and poet Katherine M. Gotthardt, describing her book. DC Ekphrasticus: crisis of faith. Now available in an extended hardcover version, the book originally published in late 2020 features …

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Chapel Hill Poet Laureate CJ Suitt seeks to uplift other artists

CJ Suitt grew up singing in a church choir, where he learned performance from preachers – who delivered their messages with charisma and passion. In high school, Suitt began to turn to writing poetry. With encouragement from her 10th grade English teacher, Michael Irwin, Suitt performed a play at her …

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Tales of the unexpected: the UK’s surprise news boom | Short stories

BBefore the pandemic, Deborah Yewande Bankole followed what she describes as a “regular diet of news”. She enjoyed researching up-and-coming writers and admired the work of Nana Kwame Adjei-Brenyah, Julia Armfield and Danielle Evans, but hadn’t considered writing one. So during lockdown, when she quit her job as a creative …

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Minnesota Book Awards finalists announced

The finalists have been announced for this year’s Minnesota Book Awards, and with a few exceptions, it’s mostly a list of first-time nominees. Winners will be honored in April at the Minnesota Book Awards gala, which will take place in person this year after two years of virtual ceremonies. Here …

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Holocaust book sales soar after TN ban

through: The Associated Press Job : January 29, 2022 / 08:12 CST Update: January 29, 2022 / 08:12 CST NEW YORK (AP) — Just days after a Tennessee school district’s ban on “Maus” made national news, two editions of Art Spiegelman’s Pulitzer Prize-winning Holocaust graphic novel have reached the top …

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Highlighting unknown writers

Book title:Irish poetesses rediscovered: poetic readings from the 18th to the 20th century ISBN-13:9781782054795 Author: Ed. Maria Johnston and Conor Linnie Editor:Cork University Press Guide price:€39.00 Field Day’s infamous omission of Irish poets from his 1990 anthology is often cited as emblematic of a still male-dominated Irish poetic culture. Now …

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53rd Cairo International Book Fair opens with Greece as guest of honor

“All events will put safety first, while maintaining social distancing and following precautionary measures to deal with the Covid-19 pandemic.” Haitham al-Hag Ali President of the Cairo International Book Fair and Head of the Egyptian General Book Authority Since the start of the pandemic, Egypt has recorded over 400,000 Covid-19 …

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21 Best Classic Books of All Time – Classic Literature Everyone Will Love

rd.com, through amazon.com (9) Read your way through these classic books Storytelling has been around since the dawn of time, and through it all, humans have woven stories of love, hate, morality, and culture. With the advent of book printing – historians point to first millennium China as the origin …

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Naboo Starfighter Toy Sales Jump After Boba Fett Mando’s Book

Fennec Shand, after checking his eBay listings.Picture: lucasfilm star wars like two things above all: his own story and his metatextual history with the commodity. Sometimes these go together – and what’s old isn’t exactly new anymore, but suddenly there are more people who want it for more money. Picture: …

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Young people invited to express their truths in a slam poetry camp | Newport

Arkansas PBS invites youth ages 11-16 to apply for Say My Piece, a week-long poetry slam camp being held March 22-25, 8:30 a.m.-1:30 p.m. daily. Nominations are being accepted at myarpbs.org/saymypiece through Tuesday, March 8. This poetry immersion camp will provide budding poets with a safe and positive outlet to …

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Veteran Gamaka Vocalist HR Keshavamurthy Honored With Padma Shri

Shivamogga (Karnataka): HR Keshavamurthy, a renowned singer from Gamaka, was awarded the Padma Shri award. This art must be promoted by the government. I have been playing Gamaka for six decades. To pass this on to the next generation, we need funds, he said. Even now, he gives up to …

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20 UM Scientists and Engineers Named 2021 AAAS Fellows

The University of Michigan led the nation with 20 faculty members elected as 2021 Fellows of the American Association for the Advancement of Science. UM researchers are among 564 scientists, engineers and innovators, spanning 24 scientific disciplines, who are recognized for their scientifically and socially distinguished achievements, the AAAS announced. …

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This Phinney Ridge shop combines books and wine

Drink Books is run by two friends passionate about literature and wine. #k5evening SEATTLE — A good glass of wine goes great with a book, and luckily there’s a store in Phinney Ridge that pairs them: Drink Books. Friends Kim Kent and Emily Schikora run the shop together, originally united …

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The Lyrical Decision: How Poets Determine What Comes Next

Take the poem “Qualm”, from A SYMMETRY (Norton, 97 pp., $26.95)by Ari Banias: Patience. Rage and being told “be patient”. Birds with orange heads and bodies the color of dust dance on the power lines. The poet explains a patient is “he who suffers”. Under the highway underpass, a chair …

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‘Devil’s Arithmetic’ author wins Sydney Taylor Book Award for lifetime achievement in Jewish children’s literature

(JTA) — Jane Yolen, the acclaimed and prolific children’s book author whose over 400-book oeuvre includes the bestselling Holocaust time-travel novel “The Devil’s Arithmetic,” has been honored for his writing career by the Association of Jewish Libraries. Yolen received the Body-of-Work award from this year’s Sydney Taylor Book Awards, which …

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First look at Adam Woodyatt and Laurie Brett in LOOKING GOOD DEAD at the Glasgow Theater Royal

Adam Woodyatt and Laurie Brett will reunite as husband and wife, but this time on stage in the acclaimed world premiere touring stage production of Peter James’ bestselling novel ‘LOOKING GOOD DEAD’, which opens at the Glasgow Theater Royal this week . Adam and Laurie starred as beloved on-screen couple …

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Molong Poetry Brawl: Lyrical War of Entertaining “Thread Spinners” Participates in February Festival Again | West Central Daily

news, local news, Molong Poetry Brawl While the event doesn’t involve actual fistfight-type duels, the contenders will indeed face off in a war of words during February’s Molong Poetry Brawl. Award-winning poet Robyn Sykes will return to judge the passionate performers, who will creatively weave the words ‘take me alive’ …

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Masud Rana continues to be a pop culture phenomenon

Mon Jan 24 2022 12:00 AM Last updated on: Mon Jan 24 2022 12:00 AM Qazi Anwar Husain, Photo: Collected “> Qazi Anwar Husain, Photo: Collected Prominent writer and author of the popular spy thriller series “Masud Rana”, Qazi Anwar Husain, died on January 19 after battling prostate cancer. He …

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‘Even though she gave the store away, it’s her legacy’: Book Cellar changes ownership

After more than 40 years, Canada’s northernmost independent bookstore has a new owner who says she will focus on preserving the legacy of community development through literature. Jennifer Baerg Steyn bought the store from founder Judith Drinnan, who started the Book Cellar in the 1970s with a loan. Jennifer Baerg …

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PS5 will double Xbox Series X sales in 2022, analyst says

The PlayStation 5 is expected to significantly outsell the Xbox Series X/S during 2022, according to a notable industry analyst. Ever since Sony and Microsoft released their next-gen video game consoles in late 2020, both platforms have been incredibly hard to come by, despite semi-frequent restocks. And while the PS5 …

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This English teacher in Telangana helped his students become poets; here is what their new col- Edexlive

Image for representation purposes only | Photo: Pixabay An English teacher from a state model school and junior college in Nizamabad district of Telangana has motivated some of his students to write poetry, which has now been published as a book titled Blooming Birds. P Chandrashekhar, who teaches English from …

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Works by award-winning artists presented – Journal

– White Star ISLAMABAD: The mixed-media works of 14 young national award winners were on display in an exhibition called The Winners, which opened at Gallery 6 on Friday. Giving details of the works, exhibition curator Dr. Faisel Arjumand said Kiran Saleem won a top prize in 2015. His paintings …

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