'Urgent' take on Britain's care home system to Bonnier

Bonnier Books UK has acquired world rights for an “urgent and critical” look at Britain’s care home system by youth advisor Chris Wild.   Continue reading at 'The Bookseller'

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Mona Awad’s struggles with chronic pain and the health-care system fuel her new novel

‘All’s Well’ is a darkly comic tale of a suffering theater professor and a troubled production of Shakespeare. Continue reading at The Washington Post

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He critiqued a callous health-care system. Then he experienced it firsthand.

Arthur Kleinman describes the challenges of caring for his wife after her Alzheimer’s diagnosis. Continue reading at The Washington Post

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Unearthed Raymond Chandler Story Rebukes U.S. Health Care System

Raymond Chandler, the crime novelist, in 1946. One of his short stories, “It’s All Right — He Only Died,” was recently discovered and published by Strand Magazine, a literary quarterly. Continue reading at The New York Times

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Bonnier Zaffre to publish ITV's Keep the Home Fires Burning

Bonnier Zaffre has acquired three books from S Block, the creator of ITV series, Home Fires. Continue reading at The Bookseller

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Why local papers count - one story launches a care home campaign

A newspaper story on Marion Brown’s plight fuels a grassroots campaignA speech last week by the BBC’s head of news, James Harding, was badly received by newspaper publishers, as I reported, because he thinks the corporation needs to fill a reporting vacuum created by a dwindling industry.This... Continue reading at The Guardian

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'Well done': home affairs chief Mike Pezzullo praised police for raiding journalist's home

Documents obtained by ABC show departmental secretary asked for his thanks to be passed on to AFP team involved The head of the Department of Home Affairs, Mike Pezzullo, congratulated the Australian federal police for conducting raids on journalists, new documents reveal.Correspondence obtained... Continue reading at The Guardian

[ The Guardian | 2019-08-29 04:27:34 UTC ]
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Bonnier pair bag Bonnier book

Jonas Bonnier, former c.e.o and president of the Bonnier Group, has signed deals in 18 territories for his novel The Helicopter Heist, based on the events of a Stockholm cash-depot robbery in 2009. Continue reading at The Bookseller

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Bonnier Publishing Fiction changes its name to Bonnier Zaffre

Bonnier Publishing Fiction is changing its name to Bonnier Zaffre, effective immediately. Continue reading at The Bookseller

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REMODELING Magazine Launches 'Home for Life' Virtual Home Tour

  REMODELING magazine announced its launch of “Home for Life 2013,” a virtual tour showing how to remodel a home to be cost-efficient, safe and comfortable for life after retirement. Continue reading at Folio Magazine

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Home Truths review: is David Williamson a reformed 'Bad Art Friend'?

Australian dramatist David Williamson’s new book is a mash up of memoir and autobiography, which casts himself as a former ‘plunderer’ of other’s lives. Continue reading at The Conversation

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Bonnier's Agius to lead Welbeck's ANZ outpost as Rogers takes over role

Bernadette Agius will move from Bonnier Books UK to become m.d. of Welbeck Publishing Group’s Australia and New Zealand subsidiary while Juliet Rogers will replace her at Echo Publishing. Continue reading at The Bookseller

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William Collins lands book on Britain's lost rainforests by Shrubsole

William Collins has landed a book by environmental campaigner Guy Shrubsole looking at Britain's lost rainforests.  Continue reading at The Bookseller

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After a criminal justice nightmare, he’s fighting the ‘broken’ system

Jarrett Adams recounts his grueling path from a wrongful conviction to a law career. Continue reading at The Washington Post

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IAC to pay $2.7 billion for parent of People, Better Homes & Gardens

The purchase of Meredith Corp.'s magazine publishing operations is expected to close by the end of the year. Continue reading at Advertising Age

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Blackwell's system outage leaves website down for a week

A systems outage which caused severe IT problems for Blackwell's is still affecting the bookseller's website a week after the problem first appeared, although recovery work is now underway. Continue reading at The Bookseller

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Systems outage leaves Blackwell's offline for three days

A systems outage has caused severe IT problems for Blackwells, leaving the bookseller offline and its website unavailable for three days. Continue reading at The Bookseller

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For American Agents, It’s Another Year of Managing the Frankfurt Book Fair from Home

For American agents, the 2021 Frankfurt Book Fair brings another year of hoping, and waiting, for the real thing. Continue reading at Publishers Weekly

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Britain’s broadcast media is too valuable to be the toy of politicians and moguls | Will Hutton

Rupert Murdoch launches a new channel, C4 is threatened and notions of impartiality seem up for grabs. Are we seeing a challenge to the old order?Britain’s stubborn attachment to non-Tory values infuriates and worries Conservative politicians to equal degree. Yes, there is a suspicion of... Continue reading at The Guardian

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Begum reflects on Lit in Colour’s first year as initiative looks to push systemic change

Launched a year ago in a collaboration between Penguin Random House and The Runnymede Trust, Lit in Colour seeks to make the books taught in classrooms more representative of modern life in Britain Continue reading at The Bookseller

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