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*More October Picks: 8 Books to Read from NY Magazine (NY Magazine)
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*Map Shows the 69% of Americans In 23 States Who Pay Sales Tax Now On Amazon Purchases (WSJ)
*Authors Guild Met with DOJ Antitrust Head In Early August (WSJ)
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Fiction: Debut: Parnaz Fourotan's first novel, a combination of style, history, folklore and fast-paced storytelling; evocative of a brutally real time and place--The Persian Constitutional Revolution at the turn of the 20th century--and a seemingly impossible cloistered universe of young women beholden to a man's world, pitched as similar to The God of Small Things and The House of Spirits, to Megan Lynch at Ecco, in a pre-empt, by Leigh Feldman in her first deal at her new agency Leigh Feldman Literary (NA).
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