M.T. Anderson’s Feed Remains Frustratingly Prescient

Twenty years after publication, the YA novel is the century’s most relevant dystopia—and that’s not even the most interesting thing about it. Continue reading at 'Wired'

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How an Art Director’s Frustration Fueled the Curiously Creative Instagram Feed ‘Trump as Food’

Agency creatives famously maintain all sorts of side projects, from a collection of fonts based on late rock stars' handwriting to a book based on an Instagram account summarizing millennial life. These efforts tend to get political (as so many things do these days), and ad folk have been... Continue reading at AdWeek

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Yahoo is courting UK publishers to feed its news feed

British publishers including The Telegraph and the Guardian are turning to Yahoo to help boost international audience growth. The post Yahoo is courting UK publishers to feed its news feed appeared first on Digiday. Continue reading at Digiday

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5 times Pamela Anderson's memoir left us wanting more — a lot more

The former 'Baywatch' star opens up in a new memoir, 'Love, Pamela' — to an extent. Here are five excerpts that left us with more questions than answers. Continue reading at Los Angeles Times

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Book Review: ‘Love, Pamela,’ by Pamela Anderson

Her second memoir — about her small-town coming-of-age, her multiple traumas and Hollywood escapades — is an attempt to set the record straight. Continue reading at The New York Times

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Pamela Anderson is a bad-ass, wrapped in an enigma inside a bombshell

Following the new double-dipping template of memoir and documentary, Pamela Anderson finally tells her own story with remarkable matter-of-factness. Continue reading at Los Angeles Times

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The Worlds of the ‘Remarkably Prescient’ Octavia Butler

A new interactive article in The Times immerses readers in significant locations and moments from the life of the pioneering science fiction writer. Continue reading at The New York Times

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Jared Kushner memoir chronicles frustrations of negotiating trade deal with Canada

A memoir by Jared Kushner chronicles U.S. frustrations in negotiating a trade deal with Canada. It offers a peek into historic talks and insists there was method to the madness of his father-in-law, Donald Trump. But it sidesteps more disturbing... Continue reading at CBC

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Conversations with Friends: the frustrating awkwardness of a much-hyped series

The adaptation of Sally Rooney’s first novel can’t quite bring tricky source material – repressed characters, digital communication – to lifeIt was always unlikely that Conversations with Friends, the new Hulu and BBC adaptation of Sally Rooney’s first novel, would be able to repeat the... Continue reading at The Guardian

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New African Novels: A Conversation with Eloghosa Osunde and Okwiri Oduor, by Anderson Tepper

Interviews Eloghosa Osunde and Okwiri Oduor. Photo of Oduor by Chelsea Bieker. It’s hard to argue with Booker Prize–winning author Damon Galgut’s assertion that 2021 was “a great year for African writing.” And as WLT’s “New African Voices” issue... Continue reading at World Literature Today

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Dreaming of France? Two new mystery novels will feed your fantasies.

Martin Walker’s ‘Bruno’s Challenge’ and Cara Black’s ‘Murder at the Porte de Versailles’ should come with wine and cheese. Continue reading at The Washington Post

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Book Fair Directors on Ukraine: ‘We Cannot Remain Silent’

The leadership of 14 international book fairs in 13 nations agree to suspend contact with Russian state institutions and agencies. By Porter Anderson, Editor-in-Chief | @Porter_Anderson ‘Free Expression and Critical Voices’ e continue to receive new messages relative to Vladimir Putin’s war on... Continue reading at Publishing Perspectives

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The Guardian view on social media’s metaverse: it may remain science fiction | Editorial

The online virtual reality experience that almost every tech giant today wishes to commercially exploit may not catch onIn the 1992 sci-fi dystopia Snow Crash, the author Neal Stephenson imagined a bleak 21st century where the collapse of the global economy had seen governments fall and their... Continue reading at The Guardian

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Femi Kayode | 'I've gotten a bit frustrated by the Western-model of crime fiction'

Femi Kayode’s début novel, which is based on the real-life lynching of four undergraduates in Nigeria, is the first title in a forthcoming series from Raven Books. Continue reading at The Bookseller

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Publishers increasingly turn to TikTok but cracking sales remains a mystery

Publishers are increasingly acquiring books from influencers on TikTok and using "BookTokkers" to promote new works, but while the platform is clearly booming, many are still uncertain how best to use it and cracking its algorithm to boost sales remains a mystery to even the most savvy users.   Continue reading at The Bookseller

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Atom nets Wilson's 'gripping and prescient' YA debut

Little, Brown imprint Atom has netted the debut YA novel from crime writer and Guardian critic Laura Wilson, writing under the name Jamie Costello. Continue reading at The Bookseller

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Gardners opens sister company in France to mitigate 'frustrations' of Brexit

Wholesaler Gardners is opening a separate sister company in France to mitigate the "frustrations, paperwork, and additional costs" for European customers since the beginning of 2021 due to the changes introduced by Brexit. Continue reading at The Bookseller

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A Deep Bow to Mombasa (and Sea Monsters): A Conversation with Khadija Abdalla Bajaber, by Anderson Tepper

Interviews Khadija Abdalla Bajaber’s astonishing debut novel, The House of Rust, winner of the inaugural Graywolf Press Africa Prize, arrived in October as if on a magical wave, imbued with an assortment of creatures—human and animal, real and... Continue reading at World Literature Today

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Watching a Magazine, Reading a Movie: On Wes Anderson’s The French Dispatch

Wes Anderson’s The French Dispatch is probably what you’d call an anthology film—which is to say it’s a compendium of several mini-films, unrelated topically but all connected somehow—but it also might not even be what you’d call a film at all. I’m not sure. We’ll think on this together in a... Continue reading at Literrary Hub

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Alexander Vindman’s faith in democracy remains intact

In the memoir “Here, Right Matters,” Lt. Col. Alexander Vindman defends his decision to report President Trump’s call with Ukraine. Continue reading at The Christian Science Monitor

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