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NYU's Summer Publishing Institute Alums: The Inside Story

So many of you interested in NYU’s Summer Publishing Institute ask us what happens after the six weeks are over. Do you get a job? What’s that like? 2,660 more words

Summer Publishing Institute

Book Review: WE INSTALL and Other Stories by Harry Turtledove

“We Install and Other Stories” offers up an impressive showcase of the work of Harry Turtledove, known for his virtuoso writing of alternate history novels. Among all the gems in this 282-page collection of fiction and essays, the one that stole my heart is “Hoxbomb” for its quirky storytelling. 379 more words

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YA Weekend: Alien Child by Pamela Sargent

Genre: Science Fiction, Young Adult

Series: Standalone

Publisher: Open Road Integrated Media (May 19th, 2015; originally published January 1, 1988)

Author Information: Website

Tiara’s Rating: 593 more words

Science Fiction

[Review] Tiny Ladies written by Adam Klein

Title: Tiny Ladies
Author: Adam Klein
Publisher: Open Road Integrated Media
Date of Publication: 19 August 2014
Number of Pages: 215

Rating: 4 stars

Disclaimer: Copy provided free by NetGalley in exchange for an honest review… 331 more words


The Hero and the Crown

I have come across Robin McKinley’s name on several occasions on lists of books I would or should like – several of her fairy tale retellings have been on my TBR list for years. 587 more words


[Review] Calling written by Joe Samuel Starnes

Title: Calling
Author: Joe Samuel Starnes
Publisher: Open Road Integrated Media (2005) – Reissued by MysteriousPress.com
Date of Publication: 8 July 2014
Number of Pages: 281… 961 more words


Jessica Yee ('11) works with Publishing in New York

While moving to Brooklyn during the summer of 2011, I had the quintessential, clichéd “New York is so inspiring” experience. Although the physical trip to New York was terrifying (my parents and I had several extremely close calls with aggressive cabbies), seeing the Manhattan skyline for the first time was exhilarating and inspiring in a cheesy kind of way, especially when it hit me that this would be the new place I’d call home. 1,095 more words

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