‘Dubliners’ At 100

This year marks a century since the publication of "Dubliners" by James Joyce, and a year since writer and editor Thomas Morris struck on an idea to riff on the literary classic. Continue reading at 'Publishers Weekly'

[ Publishers Weekly | 2014-06-06 00:00:00 UTC ]
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French author Alice Zeniter has won the eye-popping €100,000 Dublin Literary Award.

The Art of Losing (Farrar, Straus and Giroux) by French novelist Alice Zeniter has won the prestigious Dublin Literary Award, a prize which comes with a handsome glass trophy and the world’s largest purse for a single novel published in English—a whopping €100,000. Nominations for the Dublin... Continue reading at Literrary Hub

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The longlist for this year’s €100,000 International DUBLIN Literary Award is 156 books long.

The longlist for the 2020 International DUBLIN Literary Award was announced today, and it is indeed long—156 books long, to be precise. The prize is sponsored by the Dublin City Council, and the longlist is comprised of nominations from public libraries around the world. Last year’s winner,... Continue reading at Literrary Hub

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The €100,000 International Dublin Award Highlights Ireland’s Tramp Press

Tramp Press, a small independent house in Ireland, has a winner in Mike McCormack's 'Solar Bones,' later published by Canongate in the UK and Soho Press in the States. McCormack has won the International Dublin Literary Award. The post The €100,000 International Dublin Award Highlights Ireland’s... Continue reading at Publishing Perspectives

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Ten Titles Up for €100,000 International IMPAC DUBLIN Literary Award

From a longlist of 154 titles, ten novels have been shortlisted and are in the running for the €100,000 2013 International IMPAC Dublin Literary Award. Continue reading at Publishing Perspectives

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€100,000 IMPAC Dublin Literary Award shortlist announced

Pulitzer Prize winner A Visit from the Goon Squad by Jennifer Egan (Alfred A Knopf) is among the... Continue reading at The Bookseller

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How Did AT&T’s $100 Billion Time Warner Deal Go So Wrong?

At Time Warner, executives saw AT&T as just a “big phone company from Texas.” At AT&T, they thought Hollywood would play by their rules. That combination led to strategic miscalculation unrivaled in recent corporate history. Continue reading at The New York Times

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Amazon's Kindle Paperwhite drops to $100, plus the rest of the week's best tech deals

Amazon's Prime Early Access Sale is coming next week and we've already started to see a number of preview deals pop up. Devices like the Echo Show 5, Fire TV Stick 4K Max and Kindle Paperwhite have been discounted ahead of the event, and we expect to see more deals on Amazon gadgets during the... Continue reading at Engadget

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Gibbs Smith Become 100% Employee-Owned

With the employee acquisition of the 50% stake in the publisher it did not already own, Gibbs Smith is now a 100% ESOP. Continue reading at Publishers Weekly

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PEN America Marks 100 Years

The literary advocacy and human rights organization marks the occasion with a museum exhibit, its first Congress of Writers in nearly a century, and more. Continue reading at Publishers Weekly

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The 25 Most Significant New York City Novels From the Last 100 Years

Four writers and one bookseller gathered over Zoom to make a list devoted to fiction in which the city is more than mere setting. Continue reading at The New York Times

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‘Landmark’ anthology 100 Queer Poems published for Pride month

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The 100-year-old story of South Africa's first history book in the isiZulu language

Magema Fuze’s book was a radical act of publishing. It contained histories of chiefdoms and kingdoms - from the Zulu to the Ngcobo. Continue reading at The Conversation

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Firefox and Chrome versions '100' may break some websites

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Ulysses Turns 100!

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Bologna confirms in-person event with strict Covid protocols and 100% refund if cancelled

The organisers of the Bologna Children's Book Fair have confirmed the event is due to take place in person this year, but will offer exhibitors a 100% refund if it has to be cancelled again. Continue reading at The Bookseller

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Little A lands McGowan's investigation into missing Dublin women

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Apple's second-gen AirPods drop to $100, plus the rest of the week's best tech deals

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World Literature Today’s 75—Make That 100—Notable Translations of 2021, by Michelle Johnson

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