I find it terribly frustrating that so many books that I wish to read are never released as eBooks.
I’ve just been notified, via email, that one of my favourite authors has released a new book this week. 287 more words
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I have a lot of books on my bedside table. And on my shelf. And in my bookcases. I basically have books everywhere. Bought in second-hand shops, in bookstores, gifts, during my high school and university years I have stored them in my (and near to my) room until there was no space. 381 more words
The American Academy of Religion meets together for a number of reasons: fostering interesting conversations, networking for creative collaboration, and general fellowship/scholarship. The publishing houses know what’s coming though, and boy do they lay out the banquet of temptation for us nerds. 191 more words
Publishing cycles of chosen subjects vary so much over years, especially since so much publishing of poetry now centers in university presses. Yes, there are major poets who do write of nature, celebrating its beauty and reflecting upon personal meaning. 970 more words
By Will Ashton
In their annual survey of industrial employees, Publishers Weekly has come to a fairly shocking conclusion about the publishing industry today. Even in the year 2014, 89 percent of respondents have been identified as white/Caucasian, with only 61 percent of them believing there is little diversity in their sources of employment. 269 more words