A Wine Lover Considers the “Sober Lush” Lifestyle

THE SOBER LUSH is not an essay collection about addiction and recovery; at its core, it’s a guide to a new perspective on what life can be without alcohol. Co-authors Amanda Ward and Jardine Libaire introduce their sobriety story by stating unequivocally that this memoir isn’t a “step program,” nor is it by any means […] The post A Wine Lover Considers the “Sober Lush” Lifestyle appeared first on Los Angeles Review of Books. Continue reading at 'Los Angeles Review of Books'

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The Best Gifts for Wine Lovers

It can be intimidating to find the right gift for a wine lover, especially if you don’t think of yourself as a wine person. But you don’t have to be able to tell the difference between Chardonnay and Cabernet Sauvignon to give a wine gift that’s more elegant than an oversize wine glass and more... Continue reading at Slate

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Sunak 'considering online sales tax and replacement for business rates'

Rishi Sunak is said to be exploring plans for an online sales tax to protect high street shops from competition from internet retailers, and plans to replace business rates.  Continue reading at The Bookseller

[ The Bookseller | 2020-07-27 12:15:40 UTC ]
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For presidents considering military force, Robert Gates has some questions

The former defense secretary laments that America has let its nonmilitary powers atrophy. Continue reading at The Washington Post

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'Lush' YA fantasy of witches in 19th-century Italy to Hodder

Hodder has pre-empted a "sumptuous" YA duology set in 19th-century Italy from Kerri Maniscalco to publish this autumn. Continue reading at The Bookseller

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Considering the American Voice

Irving Howe wrote for the Book Review about American literature — “moving from visions to problems, from ecstasy to trouble, from self to society” — on July 4, 1976. “Land of the free? Yes, but also home of the exploited.” Continue reading at The New York Times

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In “All My Mother’s Lovers,” a Mother’s Secret Letters Reveal Her Secret Life

Not to sound like an assistant district attorney from SVU, but it is beyond a shadow of a doubt that acclaimed essayist and book critic Ilana Masad has carved a prominent space for herself in the realm of mother-daughter literature with her debut novel, All My Mother’s Lovers. It sits upon a... Continue reading at Electric Literature

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‘Shakespeare in a Divided America’ considers the tug-of-war over the Bard

James Shapiro’s latest book examines key moments in American history in light of the themes and rhetoric of Shakespeare’s plays. Continue reading at The Christian Science Monitor

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‘Shakespeare in a Divided America’ considers the tug-of-war over the Bard

James Shapiro’s latest book examines key moments in American history in light of the themes and rhetoric of Shakespeare’s plays. Continue reading at The Christian Science Monitor

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‘Shakespeare in a Divided America’ considers the tug-of-war over the Bard

James Shapiro’s latest book examines key moments in American history in light of the themes and rhetoric of Shakespeare’s plays. Continue reading at The Christian Science Monitor

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Considering Whether Writers Are Born or Made

In this week’s issue, A.O. Scott writes about Wallace Stegner. In 1948, Stegner wrote for the Book Review about universities as a place for training writers. Continue reading at The New York Times

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How I’m Using Byzans to Connect With Other Book Lovers This Quarantine

Learn about Byzans, an online book club app that connects fellow readers, and participate in a book club without leaving your home. Continue reading at Book Riot

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Lifestyle Publishers Are Experiencing an E-Commerce Boom

Generally speaking, surges in online traffic during the pandemic have not translated to commensurate revenue growth for consumer-facing publishers, of whom an overwhelming majority anticipate a decline in digital advertising this year as marketers are forced to cancel, adjust or delay... Continue reading at Folio Magazine

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For a lot of book lovers, rereading old favorites is the only reading they can manage at the moment

If you’re wondering why rereads are what you most want, the answer is simple: Your brain, much like the rest of you, is tired. Continue reading at The Washington Post

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A News Publisher in South Africa Briefly Considered Shutting Down but ‘Simply Could Not’

At the northern tip of South Africa, bounded by Botswana, Zimbabwe and Mozambique, Limpopo Province might seem a world away from the Continue reading at Editor & Publisher

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Considering Kurt Vonnegut and Who Survives

This week, Lorrie Moore discusses her life as a reader in By the Book. In 1985, Moore wrote for the Book Review about “Galápagos,” Kurt Vonnegut’s novel about a group of survivors stranded on the Galápagos Islands because of an apocalypse. Continue reading at The New York Times

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Considering Steven Levy and Artificial Life

In this week’s issue, Natasha Singer reviews “Facebook: The Inside Story,” by Steven Levy. In 1992, William Poundstone wrote for the Book Review about “Artificial Life,” Levy’s book about the science and nuance of life creation in silico. Continue reading at The New York Times

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Meredith Continues to Invest in Print With Latest Food & Wine Upgrade

As many magazine publishers continue to look for ways to cut costs by scaling back frequency, thinning their books, and reducing their overall quality, Meredith isn't convinced that's the only way forward. Food & Wine, a brand the company took over when it acquired Time Inc. in 2018, is the... Continue reading at Folio Magazine

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Lily King’s ‘Writers & Lovers’ delivers pure joy

Can a young writer find creative fulfillment after all her friends have settled down, married up and sold out? Continue reading at The Washington Post

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Famed Restaurateur And Lifestyle Guru B. Smith Dies At 70

Smith was a successful model, restaurateur and the host of a nationally syndicated lifestyle talk show. Continue reading at The Huffington Post

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