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*Maze Runner Movie Tracks Towards Strong $30 Million Opening In September (Variety)
*Japanese Publishers Unhappy With Amazon's New Terms Demands (AFP)
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Non-fiction: Narrative: Author of THE BIG THIRST and the NYT bestselling THE WAL-MART EFFECT, Charles Fishman's ONE GIANT LEAP, a narrative history of the US space program, from President Kennedy's 1961 Congressional address in which he challenged the nation to land a man safely on the moon by the decade's end to the landing of Apollo 11 eight years later, and the heroics of engineering, science, and political will that made it all possible, to Jonathan Karp and Ben Loehnen at Simon & Schuster, by Rafe Sagalyn at ICM/Sagalyn (world).
*A Few Inspiring Words  by John Wareham
Offered by: Margaret King (The Flatiron Literary Agency)  |  Posted: Aug. 22
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14. How to Get Published (the hard way) (by Steve Bevilacqua)
15. Ravings From The Writing Desk (by Gary Kriss)
16. Life on the Fringe: Select Posts (by Yasmine Galenorn)
17. Lisa Tener's Book Writing and Publishing Blog (by Lisa Tener, Write Your Book)
18. The (Mis)Adventures Of An Aspiring Novelist (by Missye K. Clarke, Team Harmonic-Power & "The Antioxidants Explainer")
19. Publishers Lunch Junior (by Jacob and Jonah)
20. Buzz, Balls & Hype (by M.J. Rose)
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15. Claire Gerus (Claire Gerus Literary Agency)
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6. Jennifer Segal (consultant, producer/editor/epublisher; JSNewMedia)
7. Nicole Frail (editor; Skyhorse Publishing)
8. Mark Bailey (publisher; Torrey House Press, LLC)
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