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  • Why I Write...By David Ignatius
    \tI began writing fiction because it was the only way to tell all the intricacies of a real-life spy story.
    05/02/2011
  • Comics Briefly
    The celebration will include special collections and commemorative covers, starting with a variant cover by Marko Djurdjevic for Captain America #46.
    10/21/2008
  • Canadian Press Breathes New Life into Aboriginal Languages
    The press has already published five Language Readers, each of which features traditional and modern stories told in both the aboriginal language and English, covering obscure languages such as Blackfoot and Lillooet; the goal is to cover 60 or more aboriginal languages.Other URP titles inclu
    05/30/2016
  • BEA 2012: BEA Jersey-Style
    Aside from the drama of covering such historic events, there is also a story of love lost when the newspaperman offends his girlfriend by publishing pictures of the dead Lindbergh baby (a fictional plot note that follows fact).
    06/05/2012
  • Code Geass Manga Expands at Bandai
    Code Geass: Lelouch of the Rebellion Knights is a 5 volume anthology of original stories about the male characters of the series while Code Geass: Lelouch of the Rebellion Queens covers the female characters of the series.
    03/01/2010
  • Figment Looks to Attract Young Writers
    Members can upload content and cover images (the site also offers a designing tool and stock images for covers) for their books.
    12/09/2010
  • Celebrating the 10th Anniversary of 'The Dot'
    Then I tell them it could be a place for your art or for your own story.
    08/27/2013
  • Modern Library Launches Series of Classics Penned by Women
    Zitkála-Sá was a fascinating woman and a powerful activist—she founded the National Council of American Indians in 1926, but that doesn’t even begin to cover everything she accomplished—who deserves more than a Wikipedia page as her biography."
    04/16/2019
  • Your Guide to Interesting Times
    We need features that provide solid analysis of the forces altering our landscape (like “Deal or No Deal,” our cover story this week).
    05/25/2009
  • Booksellers Come Out in Support of University Press of Kentucky
    “The loss of these titles would diminish not only the richness of our store’s offerings, but the literary and cultural heritage of our entire region,” Montoya wrote.An earlier version of this story did not include that the state's $672,000 allocation to the press covers benefits for s
    03/19/2018
  • A New Chef for Cooking the Books, and a Look Back
    Since Cooking the Books launched in December 2008, the newsletter has covered bestselling cookbooks and totally obscure ones; written about controversies and happy success stories; and interviewed authors from Grant Achatz, to Lidia Bastianich, to Ina Garten, to Julie Powell.
    05/16/2011
  • For the Love of Gospel Music: Robert Darden
    Billboard started covering gospel music in the '80s, and the magazine named Darden its first gospel music editor, a position he held for 10 years.
    11/19/2014
  • BEA 2015: Bercu Says Goodbye; How to Use Social Media
    Gustafson said he uses social media to tell stories about the store and its staff as a way for the community to become familiar with both.
    06/08/2015
  • The Indie Authors Guide to Trends in Erotica and Erotic Romance
    It is taboo to mention “breeding” on the cover, for instance.
    02/22/2016
  • ‘The Napping House’ Turns 25
    This cover is alive and flowing and cozy—a vortex of slumber.
    06/18/2009

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