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*Midnight Ink to Close After Spring/Summer 2019 Season (Mystery Readers Inc.)
*Knopf Celebrates Managing Editor Kathy Hourigan's 55th Year At the Company, and So Does NYT (NYT)
*Stephen Hawking's Brief Answer: "There is no God. No one directs the universe." (CNN)
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*Waterstones to Open Two New Small Bookstores (Bookseller)
*Senior Designer - HarperCollins Children's Books [Full Time]
Offered by: HarperCollins Publishers (New York, NY)  |  Posted: Today
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Offered by: Bloomsbury Publishing (New York, NY)  |  Posted: Yesterday
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Offered by: W.W. Norton (New York, NY)  |  Posted: Yesterday
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Offered by: Simon & Schuster (New York, NY)  |  Posted: Yesterday
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Offered by: Bloomsbury Publishing (New York, NY)  |  Posted: Oct. 17
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Offered by: Serial Box (New York, NY)  |  Posted: Oct. 17
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Offered by: W.W. Norton (Eugene or Portland, OR)  |  Posted: Oct. 17
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Offered by: Restless Books (Brooklyn, NY)  |  Posted: Oct. 17
*Digital Archivist [Full Time]
Offered by: Hachette Book Group (New York, NY)  |  Posted: Oct. 17
*Associate, Artificial Intelligence & Machine Learning
Offered by: Penguin Random House US (New York, NY)  |  Posted: Oct. 17
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Fiction: General/Other: Simon & Schuster Senior Editor Christine Pride and journalist and author Jo Piazza's WE ARE NOT LIKE THEM, pitched in the vein of Jodi Picoult, the story of a lifelong friendship between two women—a successful black television journalist, and a working class white woman married to a Philadelphia police officer—and what happens when everything is suddenly called into question after the husband is involved in the shooting of an unarmed black teenager, exploring complex questions of race in America today and how they play out in our most intimate spaces, within communities, and in a deeply divided world, to Jessica Williams at William Morrow, in a major deal, at auction, in a 2-book deal, by Alexandra Machinist at ICM (NA).
Rights to Manpreet Gewal at HQ, in a preempt, by Susan Armstrong at Conville & Walsh.
Offered by: Robert Wilson (Wilson Media)  |  Posted: Oct. 17
*The slingshot  by Michal Vrba
Offered by: Veronika Chaloupkova (Argo Publishers)  |  Posted: Oct. 15
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