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Roses
by Leila Meacham
(San Antonio Express-News)
The Heroine With 1,001 Faces
by Maria Tatar
(NY Times)
Several People Are Typing
by Calvin Kasulke
(New Yorker)
Northern Spy
by Flynn Berry
(Deadline)
Headlines from the Automat
Hachette Closes Their Acquisition of Workman Publishing for $240 Million (Press Release)
Amazon Updates Paperwhite Kindle, Launches Kids Reader with Bundled Kids+ Subscription (Press Release)
Substack Successfully Gave Money to....: Chuck Palahniuk (LitHub)
Behind the Lagardere Takeover: "Since taking over his father's business in 2003, Mr. Lagardere delivered annual shareholder returns of 4%" (WSJ)
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Today’s Deal
Michigan MFA, Hopwood-Award winner, and co-founder of A Strange Object press Callie Collins's WALK SOFTLY ON THIS HEART OF MINE, a 1970s love letter to Austin, Texas, that follows the collision between hicks and hipsters at the Rush Creek Saloon, culminating in the death of a queer young man; and NAMES FOR TEXAS, a short story collection that eulogizes, valorizes, and deconstructs the notable and the mundane of Texas, to Lee Boudreaux at Doubleday, in a pre-empt, in a two-book deal, for publication in 2023 and 2024, respectively, by PJ Mark at Janklow & Nesbit (NA).
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Elizabeth Bohorquez, RN, C.Ht (writer, publisher; Rhode Island Medical & Sports Hypnosis Institute)
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Robin Martin (editorial services; Two Songbirds Press)
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Toni Sciarra Poynter (editor & editorial services, writer)
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Michael Tizzano (editor; Penguin Random House)
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Tom Mayer (editor; W. W. Norton)
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Nathan Rostron (publisher, publicity/marketing; Restless Books)
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Book Editor (book editing; Book Editing Services)
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