April’s PubTechConnect Conference: A Conversation With Andrea Chambers

'We wanted to offer something different," says Andrea Chambers of NYU's Center for Publishing about a new conference with Publishers Weekly. The post April’s PubTechConnect Conference: A Conversation With Andrea Chambers appeared first on Publishing Perspectives. Continue reading at 'Publishing Perspectives'

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Transcending Borders: A Graphic Translation Conversation with Andrea Rosenberg, by Brenna O’Hara

Interviews The Spring 2020 issue of World Literature Today explored a variety of works in the increasingly popular genre of graphic nonfiction. Now, as the year comes to a close, use of graphic media in literary storytelling is still on the rise. With... Continue reading at World Literature Today

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Temporary Permanence and Forced Detention: In Conversation with Stephanie Malia Hom, by Andrea Bryant

Interviews Andrea Bryant Published by Cornell University Press in 2019 and awarded the 2019 American Association for Italian Studies Book Prize (20th and21st Centuries), Stephanie Malia Hom’s Empire’s Mobius Strip: Historical Echoes in Italy’s Crisis of... Continue reading at World Literature Today

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Google Case Set for April 1 Supreme Court Conference

The Supreme Court has put the case on the calendar for its April 1 conference, meaning the end of the more than 10-year old case could be near. Continue reading at Publishers Weekly

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Art as a “Catalyst for Conversations”: A Conversation with Philbrook Curator Susan Green, by Michelle Johnson

Culture Adrian Aguilera (Mexican, b. 1981) and Betelhem Makonnen (Ethiopian American, b. 1972), untitled (a flag for John Lewis or a green screen placeholder for an America that is yet to be), 2020 (installation view). Printed standard flag fabric,... Continue reading at World Literature Today

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April Bloomfield Signs Up for a Third: Cookbook Deals, April 2015

April Bloomfield takes on fish in her third cookbook at Ecco, and Artisan signs two. Continue reading at Publishers Weekly

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Covid-19 Forces ALA to Make Inaugural LibLearnX Conference Virtual Only

The ALA's plans to hold the in-person portion of its new LibLearnX conference in San Antonio have been shelved due to the Covid-19 surge, coupled with the size, scope and location of the event, the ALA said. Continue reading at Publishers Weekly

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Gardners and Raynor among award winners at BA Conference

Awards celebrating figures from across the publishing industry have been announced at the Booksellers Association Conference, with recognition for Gardners and Headline's Caitlin Raynor among others.     Continue reading at The Bookseller

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Publishers support COP26 conference with virtual showcase

More than 35 book publishers will be supporting this year's United Nations Climate Change Conference (COP26) through a virtual showcase of titles focusing on the crisis and sustainability. Continue reading at The Bookseller

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In ‘The Moment,’ Andrea Constand, Bill Cosby’s courtroom accuser, tells a story larger than her own

The former pro basketball player vows to work on behalf of sexual-assault survivors despite Cosby’s release. Continue reading at The Washington Post

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Balancing on the Edge of Fashion and Art: A Conversation with Amber Ambrose Aurèle, by Margaret Larmuth

Culture Photo by Deborah Vaia Amber Ambrose Aurèle is a shoe designer, teacher, and art historicist. In 2012 she graduated as one of the first-generation Master Shoe Design at ArtEZ Fashion Masters. She searches for the boundaries between fashion... Continue reading at World Literature Today

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New Zealand Publishers’ Conference Features Al Qasimi, Evans, Brown

The Publishers Association of New Zealand Te Rau o Tākupu has a daylong conference, with trade show directors and IPA's Bodour Al Qasimi. The post New Zealand Publishers’ Conference Features Al Qasimi, Evans, Brown appeared first on Publishing Perspectives. Continue reading at Publishing Perspectives

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Keeping a Critical Eye on Brazil: A Conversation with Emilio Fraia, by Anderson Tepper

Interviews Emilio Fraia’s Sevastopol, out this summer from New Directions, is the sort of book that beguiles and dazzles in equal measure. Consisting of three disparate stories—of a mountain climber attempting to scale Mt. Everest, a mysterious loner... Continue reading at World Literature Today

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The conference that brought together Marie Curie and Albert Einstein

A landmark 1911 gathering included some of the greatest minds in physics and chemistry. Continue reading at The Washington Post

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Outside the echo chamber

The polite, white middle-class mass that encompasses most of the publishing industry doesn’t hold prejudice against foreigners, probably voted Remain, and yet they will still shut the door in your face. If you’re not British and middle-class, the chances are that you won’t understand the subtle... Continue reading at The Bookseller

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Andrea Constand's Book Described Bringing Bill Cosby to Justice. Then He Was Freed.

Months before Andrea Constand’s memoir about the Cosby case and its aftermath was set to be published, a Pennsylvania Court overturned his conviction for assaulting her and released him. Continue reading at The New York Times

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Publishing Sales Soared in April

Led by huge gains in the educational categories, sales of publishers reporting results to the AAP jumped 43.7% in April over April 2020. Last April was one of the sales low points during the pandemic. Continue reading at Publishers Weekly

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Interested in the 2021 ALA Virtual Conference? Check Out These Discounts

ALA members whose jobs have been impacted by the pandemic can once again register for free, and a special code offers a break on Library Marketplace registrations. Continue reading at Publishers Weekly

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April Bookstore Sales Skyrocketed

Rebounding from the worst month of the 2020 sales collapse, April bookstore sales soared 204% over last year, jumping to $514 million, from $169 million in April 2020. Continue reading at Publishers Weekly

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ALA 2021: Barack Obama, Expansive Professional Program Highlight 2021 ALA Annual Conference

The ALA Annual Conference will again be virtual-only in 2021—and for many ALA members, that’s actually great news, as it broadens access to one of the most ambitious and impressive programs of the Covid-19 era. Continue reading at Publishers Weekly

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