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Writing about Reading: More Library eBook Hosting Expansion

This was originally over on The Digital Reader yesterday, but I wanted to get it posted over here as well, as it’s a pretty big deal. 622 more words


The Power Politics


Antonio Gramsci, an Italian philosopher and theoretician, coined the popular term “hegemony”. Hegemony simply means the dominance/ governance of one social group over the others. This literary term can been used and perceived in many different ways. 449 more words


Should I Sign With a Small Press?

I got on my soapbox last week (I mean, if you can’t do that on a blog, where can you do it?) and that was fun.  953 more words


Will You Perform My Symphony?

Are you an orchestral music director?  If so, I am asking you to take a serious look at my Chorus of Psalms.  I have gotten the sense over the years that not only do directors fear new music by unknown, unpublished composers, but the larger the work, the more hesitance.  422 more words

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Unsolicited Book Recommendations

I’m done with book #41 as of this Sunday morning (have to make up for lost time), and it was unexpected and great. I read  437 more words


Guest Author - Anne Goodwin - When small is beautiful in the publication circus

It is always a good day on the Literary Sofa when I get to feature a book and author whose path to publication I have followed for some time.  1,075 more words

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