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  • Liberal Spotlight on GOP Women
    Dreher has written about books for Salon and the Boston Globe.
  • Might on The Right
    Dreher writes about books for the Toronto Globe and Mail and Salon.
  • Political Mavericks
    Nation Books has scored with The Bush-Hater's Handbook (Nov. 2003; $13.95) by Jack Huberman, which has 60,000 copies in print after four trips to press, while Seven Stories' The Five Biggest Lies Bush Told Us About Iraq (Nov. 2003; $9.95) by Christopher Scheer
  • Fall Launch for Progressive Book Club
    A new book club that will depend heavily on the Web for its success will be launched officially in October by industry newcomer Elizabeth Wagley.
  • Tide Rises for ISI Books
    After years of publishing titles that catered to an academic readership, ISI Books is capitalizing on the invigorated market for right-wing books and its own recent successes by launching two new series.
  • The Accidental Bestseller
    Given how many calories most writers burn worrying about promoting and selling their books, it's interesting to consider Noam Chomsky.
  • Right Turn
    Between now and December, scores of books on conservative topics will be published by houses large and small—the most ever produced in a single season.
  • Booking Politics on Radio
    Franken's at it again.
  • Religion Publisher's First List Delivers Crossover Hit
    When Michael D.
  • Johnson to Head Countryman
    Troy Johnson has been promoted to v-p and publisher of J.
  • Little Progress At Progressive Book Club
    Despite missing its original launch date, Elizabeth Wagley remains confident she will be able to get her Progressive Book Club in operation by this fall.
  • BookSense and History Channel Team Up
    Last month, BookSense unveiled a new top 10 list of past and present John F.
  • Remembering John F. Kennedy
    For decades, the Kennedys have been the most documented family in America, inspiring a spectrum of books, from histories to biographies to photo compilations, that play up the elements of mystery, scandal, romance and conspiracy that surround the
  • Gluttons For Politics
    This spring and summer, the proliferation of right-wing bestsellers was touted throughout the media, along with the creation of conservative imprints at Viking and Crown.
  • WND Books Rocks the Boat
    Back in January, WND Books scored big when its lead title, The Savage Nation by conservative talk radio host Michael Savage, landed on PW's nonfiction bestseller list and remained there for 15 weeks.

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