How Does Human History Blur into the Nonhuman World?

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The latest iteration of Ibram X. Kendi's much-adapted, National Book Award–winning 'Stamped from the Beginning' is a graphic history adapted and illustrated by Joel Christian Gill. We spoke with them both about adaptations, book bans, and whether an anti-racist America might be possible. Continue reading at Publishers Weekly

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Aconyte Books Sets a New Novel Series in the World of a Lovecraftian RPG

Aconyte Books, the U.K.–based fiction imprint of games group Asmodee Entertainment, will adapt game settings from the 'Call of Cthulhu' tabletop RPG into novel series set in Regency and Victorian England. Continue reading at Publishers Weekly

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Jewish creators are a fundamental part of comic book history, from Superman to Maus – expert explains

The history of comics is closely tied to the involvement of Jewish creators, who have had an enormous impact on the medium over the last 90 years. Continue reading at The Conversation

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Local newspaper group National World makes ambitious bid for Daily Telegraph

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Indigenous-Minority Poets from China: 15 Recordings for International Day of the World’s Indigenous Peoples, by Ming Di

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“How To Care for a Human Girl” is the Novel for the Post-Roe Era 

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The indie publishing mavericks shaking up the UK books world

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The Rest is History: Andrew Ridker on Writing About the Recent Past

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The History of Modern American Book Publishing—In Its Own Words

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Blurred Lines: A Reading List of Metafiction

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[ Publishers Weekly | 2023-07-03 04:00:00 UTC ]
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Bookforum Is Returning, Months After Its Closure Was Mourned in the Literary World

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