Holliday Grainger gives voice to Alderton's Ghosts

Holliday Grainger will read the audiobook version of Dolly Alderton's eagerly-awaited debut novel Ghosts (Fig Tree). Continue reading at 'The Bookseller'

[ The Bookseller | 2020-09-02 15:24:17 UTC ]
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Holliday Grainger has been confirmed as the narrator of Girl A (HarperCollins), the hotly tipped debut novel by Abigail Dean. Continue reading at The Bookseller

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AAPI Voices Lead

Publishers discuss producing books that celebrate the breadth and diversity of Asian American and Pacific Islander experiences Continue reading at Publishers Weekly

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Ruth Ozeki | 'As an artist I have relationships with fictional voices all the time'

"The notion of 'a book' is just a convenient fiction which we books go along with because it serves the needs of the bean counters in publishing, not to mention the ego of the writers. But the reality is far more complex.” So explains “the Book”, one of the narrators of Ruth Ozeki’s fourth novel... Continue reading at The Bookseller

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Kristen Arnett’s ‘With Teeth’ gives voice to a parent’s darkest thoughts

“With Teeth” is captivating and scathingly frank — a story of motherhood stripped of every ribbon of sentimentality. Continue reading at The Washington Post

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Why Are Writers Fleeing Substack for Ghost?

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Book Buzz: Indigenous Voices

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Supporting Scotland's emerging literary voices

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Amazon Publishing sponsors Capital Crime's 2021 New Voices Award

Amazon Publishing will sponsor Capital Crime's 2021 New Voices Award sponsored by Amazon Publishing with a £1,000 cash prize and potential publication. Continue reading at The Bookseller

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YA Anthologies Bring Diverse Voices Together

We spoke with the editors of five recently published and forthcoming anthologies for teens about the origin of their collections, how they built their lists of contributors, and their hopes for these volumes as they reach readers. Continue reading at Publishers Weekly

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Lawrence Block and P.G. Wodehouse: How two prolific writers found their voices

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First winners of Owned Voices Novel Award crowned

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It took a woman with autism 25 years to find her voice. Now she’s telling her story.

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TLA 2021 Program Highlights: Celebrate Differences, Empower Voices

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Where All Voices Are Heard

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What does the afterlife look like? ‘The Ghost Variations’ offers 100 possibilities

Each of the stories in Kevin Brockmeier’s story collection can be read in less than two distressing minutes. Continue reading at The Washington Post

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Coming Tuesday: Arabic Voices, Topics in Academic Publishing

At issue in Tuesday's discussion from the Sheikh Zayed Book Award and Publishing Perspectives: The world presence of Arabic scholarly work. The post Coming Tuesday: Arabic Voices, Topics in Academic Publishing appeared first on Publishing Perspectives. Continue reading at Publishing Perspectives

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Sourcebooks Launches Women Voices Imprint with E.L. James as First Author

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