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eBook Deal of the Week :: Data Analytics for IT Networks: Developing Innovative Use Cases by John Garrett

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Will Eaves and Chris Power to judge £10k Goldsmiths Prize

Will Eaves and Chris Power will help judge the £10,000 Goldsmiths Prize this year.

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Bonnier Books UK to host portfolio review day in support of emerging illustrators

Bonnier Books UK children’s imprints Templar, Big Picture Press, Hot Key Books and Piccadilly Press are hosting an open professional portfolio review day for emerging illustrators on 14th February. 

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Remembering Jim Lehrer

Remembering Jim Lehrer Jan 24 2020 PBS NewsHour co-founder Jim Lehrer, a giant in journalism known for his tenacity and dedication to simply delivering the news, died peacefully in his sleep at home on Thursday, at the age of 85. Lehrer was also a prolific writer. He was the author of some 20 novels, drawing […]

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Cape clinches two Maggie Nelson books in ‘major deal’

Jonathan Cape has bought two non-fiction books by The Argonauts author Maggie Nelson as part of “a major deal”.

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Fairweather touted as bookies’ favourite to win Costa Book of the Year

The Volunteer by former war reporter Jack Fairweather is the bookies’ favourite to win the upcoming Costa Book of the Year award at odds of 2/1 with William Hill. 

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American Dirt author speaks to booksellers divided on her book

Jan 24 2020 Jeanine Cummins, the author of American Dirt, which is being celebrated by the likes of Oprah Winfrey, who selected it for her book club, while at the same time receiving negative reviews in The New York Times and other media outlets, and is being criticized on social media, this Wednesday made her […]

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Isabel Greenberg | ‘Graphic novels are a medium, not a genre’

After two acclaimed, award-winning graphic novels set in fantastical worlds of her own making, Isabel Greenberg turns her attention to Glass Town, the Brontë siblings’ fictional landscape

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Pearson, Cengage and McGraw-Hill targeted with class action lawsuit

A group of US independent college bookstores has filed a class action antitrust lawsuit in a Delaware federal court against textbook publishers Pearson, McGraw-Hill and Cengage, as well as chains Barnes & Noble Education and Follett.

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Netflix options Hanna Jameson’s dystopian thriller

Netflix has optioned frights to or Hanna Jameson’s dystopian thriller called The Last.

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