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Welcome to biggest and best dedicated marketplace for publishing professionals to find critical information and unique databases, find each other, and to do business better electronically. A service of Publishers Lunch, the most widely read daily dossier in publishing and known as "publishing's essential daily read," Publishers Marketplace really works in part because it is driven by the attention of over 40,000 publishing professionals who read Lunch every day.

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*UK's Samuel Johnson Prize for Nonfiction Gets New Sponsor, Changes Its Name to Baillie Gifford Prize (FT)
*This Year, the Obamas Shop At Washington's New Upshur Books (Washington Post)
*NYT's Notable Books of 2015 (New York Times)
*Washington Post Congratulates Itself for Breaking Their "No Self-Published Rule" In Pick For Year's Best Romances (Washington Post)
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Non-fiction: History/Politics/Current Affairs: Producer for The Economist and former Beijing-based journalist Roseann Lake's LEFTOVERS: Surplus Sons, Missing Daughters, Rising Financial Dominance, and a Nation Caught in the Crosshairs of Change, which examines China's rapid rise and development through the radically new lens of a growing population of young, trailblazing, unmarried females known as "leftovers," whose lives and dating travails are emblematic of a country that has yet to re-calibrate its cultural expectations of women to reflect a new socio-demographic reality, to Amy Cherry at Norton, in a pre-empt, by Trena Keating at Union Literary (World).
*The Solomon Organization  by Andrew Neideran
Offered by: Joel Gotler (Intellectual Property Group)  |  Posted: Nov. 27
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