Kiley Reid’s Sharp First Novel About Race, Careers, and Parenthood

Such a Fun Age is Franzenesque in its interest in how we live now—but in a quieter register. Continue reading at 'Slate'

[ Slate | 2020-01-07 12:30:00 UTC ]
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In ‘Such a Fun Age,’ Kiley Reid takes aim at race and class in America

In her debut novel, Reid weaves together the story of a babysitter experiencing a quarter-life crisis and the tale of her privileged employer. Continue reading at The Washington Post

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Mother’s Day book picks by Delia Owens, Jennifer Weiner, Kiley Reid and more

We asked 16 authors to pick their favorite books about mother-child relationships. Continue reading at The Washington Post

[ The Washington Post | 2020-05-06 07:46:44 UTC ]
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Win A Copy of Such A Fun Age by Kiley Reid!

If you haven’t had a chance yet to read Kiley Reid’s smash-hit debut novel SUCH A FUN AGE, now is ... Continue reading at Book Riot

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Kiley Reid | 'Those things aren’t her fault, but the fallacy of the American Dream makes her think that it is'

What is it like to be paid to be part of someone’s family? Kiley Reid’s début explores the uneasy nature of "transactional relationships". Continue reading at The Bookseller

[ The Bookseller | 2019-12-23 14:27:08 UTC ]
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Stacey Dash's political career ended before it began. But there’s more drama in this California congressional race

After a two-month leave of absence, DC Entertainment President Diane Nelson will not be returning to the comic book publisher. Continue reading at Los Angeles Times

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Black Women, Black Voices: Debut Memoirists on Career and Publishing

PW, in partnership with Amazon Publishing, presents this panel— scheduled for May 25, 1:30–2:30 p.m. ET, and moderated by Regina Brooks, the founder and president of Serendipity Literary Agency—in which Cin Fabré, Bria Adimora Godley, Danielle Prescod, and Aomawa Shields discuss their... Continue reading at Publishers Weekly

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A memoir of family, race, poetry and stereo systems

Garrett Hongo tells a coming-of-age story wrapped in his love of writing and music, and recounts his lifelong quest for the perfect audio equipment. Continue reading at The Washington Post

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Nosy Crow bags three more in Reid's Peekaboo series

Nosy Crow has landed three more titles in Camilla Reid's Peekaboo slider board series, illustrated by Ingela P Arrhenius. Continue reading at The Bookseller

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Creative Access data shows sharp decline in financial stability for publishing staffers

Creative Access has released research to coincide with its 10-year anniversary, revealing the disproportionate impact of Covid-19 on people from under-represented groups in publishing, including a sharp decline in financial stability. Continue reading at The Bookseller

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Mel Brooks looks back on his delightfully deranged career

But the legendary comedian’s joyful memoir doesn’t pause for introspection, or analysis. Continue reading at The Washington Post

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The Open Access Race: Springer Nature Announces One Million Articles

Saying 34 percent of all its articles and 16 percent of its primary research is published under open access, Springer Nature proclaims leadership in the field. The post The Open Access Race: Springer Nature Announces One Million Articles appeared first on Publishing Perspectives. Continue reading at Publishing Perspectives

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In the Va. governor’s race, ‘Beloved’ is reduced to its most explicit parts. That’s obscene.

Toni Morrison’s 1987 classic has sparked debate in the Virginia governor’s race about what public school students should read. Continue reading at The Washington Post

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Books in the Media: le Carré's last dominates reviews to close career in style

John le Carré's final novel Silverview (Viking) dominated the review pages this week, picking up mentions from the Sunday Times, Times, Guardian, Financial Times, Sunday Telegraph, the i and the Scotsman.  Continue reading at The Bookseller

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Wait's 'stiletto-sharp' literary novel landed by riverrun

Rebecca Wait’s "stiletto-sharp story of sibling misunderstandings” has been picked up by riverrun.  Continue reading at The Bookseller

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How Charlottesville inspired short stories on race, terror and survival

Jocelyn Nicole Johnson, a schoolteacher-turned-author, talks about her short story collection, 'My Monticello,' race, Charlottesville and Jan. 6. Continue reading at Los Angeles Times

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Jonathan Franzen’s ‘Crossroads’ represents a marked evolution in a dazzling career

“Crossroads” explores the spiritual costs of hatred and humiliation among a family of five. Continue reading at The Washington Post

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ALPSP launches careers hub for scholarly publishing community

The Association of Learned & Professional Society Publishers (ALPSP) has launched a new careers hub for the scholarly publishing community.  Continue reading at The Bookseller

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Phoebe Robinson’s new essay collection is a sharp, sweet-salty pleasure

“Please Don’t Sit on My Bed in Your Outside Clothes” effortlessly, reassuringly speaks into the chaos of 2020. Continue reading at The Washington Post

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Esther Reid, Longtime 'PW' Business Manager, Dies at 68

Esther Alicia Reid, longtime business manager for Publishers Weekly, died September 26. She was 68. Continue reading at Publishers Weekly

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