‘The Furrows’ captures the disorienting nature of grief

Namwali Serpell's second novel follows a woman grieving the loss of her brother. Continue reading at 'The Washington Post'

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How Reagan captured the presidency, and the right captured politics

Rick Perlstein completes his study of the rise of America’s conservative movement. Continue reading at The Washington Post

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Springer Nature Opens New Journals; Nature Research Creates New Conference With NASA

Space travel is the subject of a new conference from Nature Research and NASA, and Springer Nature creates two new journals in applied science and medicine. The post Springer Nature Opens New Journals; Nature Research Creates New Conference With NASA appeared first on Publishing Perspectives. Continue reading at Publishing Perspectives

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Nature editor-in-chief Campbell moves to Springer Nature

Sir Philip Campbell, who has been the editor-in-chief of scientific journal Nature for the past 22 years, is moving to a new role as editor-in-chief of Springer Nature. Continue reading at The Bookseller

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Finnish Research: Springer Nature Announces a Fourth Transformative Agreement

The new FinElib transformative agreement may reach researchers at as many as 30 institutions, according to Springer Nature. The post Finnish Research: Springer Nature Announces a Fourth Transformative Agreement appeared first on Publishing Perspectives. Continue reading at Publishing Perspectives

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‘Animal Joy’ is a necessary reminder of laughter’s cathartic nature

Nuar Alsadir explores how all types of outburst can act as conduits to our animal nature, that vibrant essence unconstrained by social code. Continue reading at The Washington Post

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Springer Nature and University of California Renew Deal

The agreement Springer Nature is touting with the University of California is an extension of its 2020 arrangement for research articles. The post Springer Nature and University of California Renew Deal appeared first on Publishing Perspectives. Continue reading at Publishing Perspectives

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Anthony Marra’s cinematic novel captures the intricate cruelties of war

'Mercury Pictures Presents’ shows how war affects the lives of a cast of characters connected through a Hollywood studio Continue reading at The Washington Post

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In Lawrence Osborne’s novels, tourists can’t escape their true natures

"The Forgiven" author Lawrence Osborne discusses the impulses that drive his fiction. Continue reading at The Washington Post

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A collection that captures baseball’s heroes, and their human stories

Columns by Ira Berkow go beyond the statistics to describe the essence of the game and those who have played it. Continue reading at The Washington Post

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Berlin’s Springer Nature: Open Access Up 40 Percent in Transformative Journals

Six transformative journals achieved 75-percent open-access uptake in 2021, according to Springer Nature this month. The post Berlin’s Springer Nature: Open Access Up 40 Percent in Transformative Journals appeared first on Publishing Perspectives. Continue reading at Publishing Perspectives

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Finding Hope When Grief Leaves ‘A Hole in the World’

In her debut book, Amanda Held Opelt reflects on loss, including the death of her sister Rachel Held Evans, and looks at different cultures to argue for why Americans must learn to normalize difficult emotions. Continue reading at Publishers Weekly

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Jokha Alharthi’s ‘Bitter Orange Tree’ is a taste of extravagant grief

"Bitter Orange Tree," written by Jokha Alharthi and translated from the Arabic by Marilyn Booth, offers a moving portrait of an Omani woman grieving and struggling to find her way in a British university. Continue reading at The Washington Post

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Springer Nature Opens Open-Access Book Deal with Max Planck Society

Springer Nature calls its arrangement, through the Max Planck Digital Library, its largest open-access institutional book deal yet. By Porter Anderson, Editor-in-Chief | @Porter_Anderson More Than 80 Max Planck Institutes Participating in an agreement the company calls its largest institutional... Continue reading at Publishing Perspectives

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The Bardo of Widowhood: Considering Kathryn Davis’s Meditations on Grief

In Kathryn Davis’ new memoir Aurelia, Aurélia life becomes more precious, language more urgent, and grief strikes deep chords. Davis’ husband Eric, an “ecological economist,” died of cancer in 2019, and throughout Aurelia, Aurélia where there is not outright elegy there is elegiac anticipation.... Continue reading at Literrary Hub

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Jennifer Egan: ‘Twitter doesn’t make me feel optimistic about human nature’

The Pulitzer prize-winning author discusses her follow up to A Visit from the Goon Squad and how imagining a new technology set her writing freeWhen Jennifer Egan bought her house in Brooklyn 20 years ago, it had been on the market for eight months. The owners were an elderly couple, and the... Continue reading at The Guardian

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Springer Nature Beefs Up Its Hay Festival Programming Support

The scholarly publishing company Springer Nature presents several events in environmentally relevant work at Hay. The post Springer Nature Beefs Up Its Hay Festival Programming Support appeared first on Publishing Perspectives. Continue reading at Publishing Perspectives

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During London Book Fair: Springer Nature on Carbon-Neutral Targets

The new edition of Springer Nature's report is based on the company's 'responsibility of impact as a business and publisher. The post During London Book Fair: Springer Nature on Carbon-Neutral Targets appeared first on Publishing Perspectives. Continue reading at Publishing Perspectives

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This Memoir About the Contradictions of Grief Plays by Its Own Rules

The novelist Kathryn Davis’s personal and time-shuffling new book, “Aurelia, Aurélia,” is about the death of her husband. Continue reading at The New York Times

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Review: Kathryn Davis turned grief into a glimmering memoir like none you've ever read

The novelist Kathryn Davis' memoir, 'Aurelia, Aurélia," is a Virginia Woolf-inspired whoosh of experiences in the aftermath of her husband's death. Continue reading at Los Angeles Times

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