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*Publishers Rescheduled A Lot of Books; No One Is Sure How That Will Work Out (NYT)
*Random House Germany, Holtzbrinck and Bonnier Germany Will All Forgo Exhibiting at Frankfurt Book Fair (BuchReport)
*Collins' "The Ballad of Songbirds and Snakes" Sells 270,000 Tracked Hardcovers, Over 500,000 Units In All According to Scholastic (AP)
*Playwright and Activist Larry Kramer, 84, Dies of Pneumonia (NYT)
*RWA Retires the RITA Awards, Proposes The Vivian, "A New Award For A New Era" (Press Release)
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Offered by: Getty Publications (Los Angeles, CA)  |  Posted: June 2
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Offered by: Page Street Publishing (Salem, MA)  |  Posted: May 21
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Fiction: General/Other: Journalist Nick McDonell's THE COUNCIL OF THE ANIMALS, after the pandemic, and then The Calamity, the few remaining humans are huddled in impoverished villages; the animals, meanwhile, have convened a gathering, each sending a representative — a cat, a dog, a crow, a baboon, a horse, a bear — to debate and vote on whether to help the last human stragglers...or to kill and eat them; offering a parable for our times, illustrated by Thomas McDonell, to Sarah Crichton at Holt, at auction, for publication in spring 2021, by Eric Simonoff at William Morris Endeavor (NA).
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*A Plate of White Marble(Forthcoming)  by Bani Basu and Nandini Guha
Offered by: Trisha Niyogi (Niyogi Books Pvt Ltd)  |  Posted: June 1
Offered by: Fidelis Mkparu  |  Posted: May 31
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