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*Penguin Classics Works to Diversify the Canon (NYT)
*TV Adaptation of Sally Rooney's NORMAL PEOPLE Starts Streaming at the End of April (Deadline)
*Author Tomie DePaola Dies at 85 Following a Bad Fall (Mass Live)
*Angie Thomas's Third book, CONCRETE ROSE, Announced for Publication January 12, 2021 (People)
*Powell's Has Over 100 People Working to Fulfill Online Orders; Suspends Payments to Vendors (Facebook)
*New Books Get Delayed As Industry Waits (NYT)
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Offered by: The MIT Press (Cambridge, MA)  |  Posted: Yesterday
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Offered by: Yale University (New Haven, CT)  |  Posted: Mar. 19
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Offered by: W.W. Norton (West Coast Region, US)  |  Posted: Mar. 16
*Senior Acquiring Editor [Full Time]
Offered by: The Quarto Group (Beverly, MA)  |  Posted: Mar. 16
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Offered by: The Quarto Group (New York, NY)  |  Posted: Mar. 16
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Non-fiction: History/Politics/Current Affairs: 2019 Pulitzer Prize winner Tony Messenger's THE PRICE OF POVERTY: A TALE OF PROFIT AND ABUSE IN THE NAME OF JUSTICE, developed from his columns for the St. Louis Post-Dispatch, exploring the stories of ordinary low-income people who become trapped in the vicious cycle of abusive "taxation by citation" for misdemeanors, as municipal governments and local courts extract revenue in the name of "justice" producing broken lives, lost jobs and homes, and a crisis of confidence in government at its most personal level, to Pronoy Sarkar at St. Martin's, in a good deal, in an exclusive submission, for publication in full 2021, by Jim Hornfischer at Hornfischer Literary Management (NA).
*The Art of Marketing Jesus  by Rob Wachter
Offered by: Rob Wachter  |  Posted: Mar. 27
*The J Genome Project  by Philip Lisagor
Offered by: Eric Lincoln Miller (3ibooks Literary Agency)  |  Posted: Mar. 19
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