Lit Hub Asks: 5 Authors, 7 Questions, No Wrong Answers

The Lit Hub Author Questionnaire is a monthly interview featuring seven questions for five authors with new books. This month we talk to:   Steph Cha (Your House Will Pay) Mark Haber (Reinhardt’s Garden) Alexandra Jacobs (Still Here: The Madcap, Nervy, Singular Life of Elaine Stritch) Jeannie Vanasco (Things We Didn’t Talk About When I Was […] Continue reading at 'Literrary Hub'

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Lit Hub Daily: February 5, 2021

“I needed help because I was the one who carried the psychic burden of our home, its physical state, all the time.” Laura Cronk considers ghosts and the gendered work of cleaning house. | Lit Hub Memoir Russell Shorto on realizing that his grandfather was a small-town mobster and (reluctantly)... Continue reading at Literrary Hub

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Level the Playing Field: 5 Questions to Ask Your Video Strategist

Every digital publisher worth their salt has some form of video on their websites. They may be using existing content, or they could be leaning into user generated content, but the transition from text to video that began a decade back has had a major effect on the entire publisher workforce,... Continue reading at Digiday

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Lit Hub Weekly: October 7 – 11, 2019

Anyone but the people: from voter suppression to foreign intervention, Rebecca Solnit on the Republican party’s attacks on democracy. | Lit Hub Politics When Stephen King is your father, the world is full of monsters: Joe Hill on standing in the shadow (and light) of his famous dad. | Lit Hub... Continue reading at Literrary Hub

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Author Andrew Pessin Asks 'The Jewish God Question'

In his new book, philosopher Andrew Pessin takes a close look at Jewish thought through the ages, and discovers ‘exhilarating’ disagreement about God. Continue reading at Publishers Weekly

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Are We Asking the Wrong Questions About Magazines? Linda Thomas Brooks Thinks So

Although magazine media got plenty of attention earlier this year due to the blockbuster deals made by Meredith and Hearst to acquire Time Inc. and Rodale, respectively, as well as the ripple effects each deal caused, the months that followed were relatively quiet. And as the expression goes, no... Continue reading at Folio Magazine

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5 questions we asked Abigail Bergstrom

Abigail Bergstrom, publishing manager at Gleam Futures, on her role representing the books of digital-first talent. Continue reading at The Bookseller

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7 Key Questions that Will Be Answered at the The Markets: Global Publishing Summit

The Markets Global Publishing Summit at the Frankfurt Book Fair is a platform where publishers can do business with international experts from seven markets. The post 7 Key Questions that Will Be Answered at the The Markets: Global Publishing Summit appeared first on Publishing Perspectives. Continue reading at Publishing Perspectives

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'Don’t ask what’s wrong with the reader, what's wrong with the books?': writing for readers with dyslexia

From tinting their pages yellow to redesigning fonts, publisher Barrington Stoke is leading the way in dyslexia-friendly books. They and their authors – including Meg Rosoff and Anthony McGowan – explain the practicalitiesMainstream understanding of dyslexia has come a long way from the days... Continue reading at The Guardian

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Lit Hub Weekly: August 8-12, 2022

Meeting language at its most elemental place: Belinda Huijuan Tang reflects on re-learning Chinese. | Lit Hub Memoir What do animals understand about death? | Lit Hub Science “When people try too hard to pin it down, they often ruin everything that makes poetry magical.” Chris Martin on poetry,... Continue reading at Literrary Hub

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Lit Hub Weekly: August 1-5, 2022

Ella Risbridger muses on the pain-writing-money trifecta, Nora Ephron’s Heartburn, and memoir as fiction. | Lit Hub Criticism Lulu Miller in praise of “the uncrushable beetle.” | Lit Hub Nature How Kiki de Montparnasse, a muse with a mind of her own, “essentially invented the idea of making an... Continue reading at Literrary Hub

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Lit Hub Daily: August 4, 2022

In part two of a new series, 13 Ways of Looking, Joseph Osmundson considers the visual side of virology. | Lit Hub Science Let us not repeat the mistakes of The Gilded Age: How to adapt Edith Wharton like the great Terence Davies. | Lit Hub Film & TV Lulu Miller in praise of “the […] Continue reading at Literrary Hub

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Lit Hub Daily: August 2, 2022

“It seemed like having a kid was the only adventure I hadn’t undertaken.” Michelle Tea on embracing (unconventional) motherhood. | Lit Hub Memoir Are contemporary novels that don’t acknowledge the pandemic just alt-history? Clare Pollard has thoughts. | Lit Hub Criticism “For every pet that’s... Continue reading at Literrary Hub

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Undisputed “World’s Greatest Author” finally lands Big 5 publishing deal.

Yes, it’s Tingle Time. One of my all-time favorite literary personalities, the greatest self-published author to ever live, Chuck Tingle, has signed a two-novel deal with Tor’s Nightfire imprint. Per the Publishers Marketplace announcement, the first book, Camp Damascus, is about “a group of... Continue reading at Literrary Hub

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Lit Hub Daily: July 29, 2022

“The US immigration system knows I am here. I shudder to think where my information is stored within the government apparatus and for what purpose.” Luz Aguirre on living as an undocumented American. | Lit Hub Memoir The Literary Film and TV You Need to Stream in August, from the Sandman... Continue reading at Literrary Hub

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Lit Hub Daily: July 20, 2022

How language shapes emotion across cultures. | Lit Hub Science Baynard Woods reflects on how writing a book forced him to confront the many lies of whiteness. | Lit Hub Memoir How do you begin to write a novel about 6th-century Londinium, the “darkest corner of the Dark Ages”? | Lit Hub History... Continue reading at Literrary Hub

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Lit Hub Daily: July 15, 2022

“I was still an English Learner, for crying out loud; how could I ever imagine working in the movie industry?” How rummaging through Oliver Stone’s home office allowed a young Rafael Agustín to dream big. | Lit Hub Memoir If “empathy towards other species and toward nature is the only way out of... Continue reading at Literrary Hub

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Lit Hub Daily: July 13, 2022

How Josephine Baker transformed from dancer to spy. | Lit Hub History “Although they’d been dead for 30 years, I was writing their story in a taut, blow-by-blow replay as the noose of Jones’s madness pulled tighter and tighter.” Julia Scheeres on the harrowing experience of writing about the... Continue reading at Literrary Hub

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Where the Crawdads Sing Author Wanted for Questioning in Murder

A televised 1990s killing in Zambia has striking similarities to Delia Owens’s best-selling book turned movie. Continue reading at The Atlantic

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Register Today for AAPI Communities in Conversation #7, Featuring Marie Myung-Ok Lee, Author of 'Finding My Voice'

Lee is set to appear in conversation with Lynn Nguyen from the Los Angeles Public Library. The live stream is set for Tuesday, July 5th at 1 PM ET. Continue reading at Publishers Weekly

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