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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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*A 29-Title Longlist of Center for Fiction First Novel Contenders (Center for Fiction)
*The Semi-Regular Public Editor's Look at When NYT Reporters Are Also Authors (NYT)
*ALA's Carnegie Medals Go to Anthony Doerr and Bryan Stevenson (ALA)
*As Penguin Random House Canada Consolidates In New Office, Imprints Will Compete "In Terms of Vision," Not Money (Globe and Mail)
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