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A 40-year account of the evolution of Hispanic print media

After decades of gathering Spanish-language magazines and newspapers in his office—thousands of them—Kirk Whisler started looking around for a more formal place to archive this collection.  Whisler is president of Fallbrook, Calif.-based Latino 247 Media Group, a founding member of the National... Continue reading at 'Advertising Age'

[ Advertising Age | 2019-08-13 13:31:00 UTC ]
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Art Kunkin, Counterculture Newspaper Publisher, Dies at 91

Art Kunkin at a Los Angeles bookstore in 1999 with a special edition of The Los Angeles Free Press, the weekly newspaper he started in 1964. It ceased publication in the late 1970s, but Mr. Kunkin was later involved in revivals. Continue reading at 'The New York Times'

[ The New York Times | 2019-05-08 00:00:00 UTC ]
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Patrick O'Brian's unknown poems discovered in a drawer

Cache of more than 100 pieces, of which even his family was unaware, will be published next year as The Uncertain Land and Other Poems• Read two of the poems belowAfter sitting in a desk drawer for almost 20 years, a large cache of poetry by the British author Patrick O’Brian has been... Continue reading at 'The Guardian'

[ The Guardian | 2018-10-04 00:00:00 UTC ]
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How Did Police Find the Golden State Killer Suspect? Michelle McNamara’s Researcher Has a Hunch.

On Tuesday night, Paul Haynes joined Patton Oswalt and Billy Jenkins for an event in Naperville, Ill., celebrating I’ll Be Gone in the Dark, the bestselling book by Oswalt’s late wife, Michelle McNamara, that the three men had assembled from her unfinished manuscript after her death. The book,... Continue reading at 'Slate'

[ Slate | 2018-04-26 00:00:00 UTC ]
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Tim O’Reilly: ‘Generosity is the thing that is at the beginning of prosperity’

The tech pioneer, CEO of publishing company O’Reilly Media, says his industry will fail unless the web giants start putting consumers ahead of shareholdersTim O’Reilly believes we need to have a reset. This means more coming from him than it does from most people. The 63-year-old CEO, born in... Continue reading at 'The Guardian'

[ The Guardian | 2017-10-22 00:00:00 UTC ]
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BEA 2016: What Chicago Blues Once Were

In the late 1970s, at age 23, British college student Alan Harper traveled across the Atlantic to Chicago, where he had no job, no friends, and no family. Continue reading at 'Publishers Weekly'

[ Publishers Weekly | 2016-05-12 00:00:00 UTC ]
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'Banned' Judge Dredd satire to be reprinted for first time

Previously unpublished episodes of the comic book series Judge Dredd from the late 1970s, part of the 2000 AD anthology, are going to be reprinted for the first time by Rebellion Publishing following a change in the law. Continue reading at 'The Bookseller'

[ The Bookseller | 2015-11-05 00:00:00 UTC ]
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BEA 2015: Bookstore of the Year: Books & Books

In the late 1970s, Mitchell Kaplan dropped out of law school in Washington, D.C., with the dream of opening an independent bookstore in South Florida, where he grew up. Continue reading at 'Publishers Weekly'

[ Publishers Weekly | 2015-05-01 00:00:00 UTC ]
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Milo to reissue football hooliganism title

Publication Date: Thu, 15/09/2011 - 08:25 Milo Books is to reissue an out-of-print title about football violence, first published by Penguin in 1984. We Hate Humans by David Robins explores the "murky world' of football hooliganism, the first title to do so according to the publisher. It... Continue reading at 'The Bookseller'

[ The Bookseller | 2011-09-15 00:00:00 UTC ]
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