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Four for Harper on Hessayon shortlist

The Bookseller – 2015-04-18

HarperImpulse has four novels on the shortlist for The Romantic Novelists' Association’s Joan Hessayon Award for new writers. The publisher’s four titles on the shortlist are: Brigid Coady’s...

The media could make us care more about migrants | Letters

The Guardian – 2015-04-21

Perhaps one reason why we apparently don’t care about the plight of the burgeoning number of migrants from Africa to Italy (Analysis: It is our not caring that is the real killer, 20 April) is the...

How To Make A Travel Mag As Visually Appealing As The Destinations

Fast Company – 2015-04-21

Most travel magazines are like clichéd old tourist postcards. Not the new Afar.If most travel magazines are like a tired "Wish You Were Here" postcard, the new Afar is like ripping a bespoke,...

Débuts strong on Orwell shortlist

The Bookseller – 2015-04-23

Two début authors have made the shortlists for this year’s Orwell Prize for political writing. Dan Davies has made the £3,000 Book Prize shortlist for his book about Jimmy Savile, In Plain...

Edward Gorey's Forgotten Book Cover Art Will Make You Happy And Afraid

The Huffington Post – 2015-04-24

Edward Gorey’s work dwelt at the intersection of visual art and literature. He published over 100 books before his death in 2000, yet many of them contained no words at all -- only his...

Katie Hopkins: I would make bonfire of migrants' boats – video

The Guardian – 2015-04-24

During an LBC radio show presented by Sun columnist Katie Hopkins on Monday, she airs her views on the issue of migration across the Mediterranean from Africa to Europe. On Friday the UN's human...

Recommended Reading: Designing a roller coaster that'll make you weep

Engadget – 2015-04-25

Recommended Reading highlights the best long-form writing on technology and more in print and on the web. Some weeks, you'll also find short reviews of books that we think are worth your time. We...

Mukherjee, Lane, Hunt on Encore shortlist

The Bookseller – 2015-04-28

Man Booker shortlistee Neel Mukherjee is among the six authors shortlisted for the £10,000 Encore Award for a second novel. Mukherjee is shortlisted for The Lives of Others (Chatto & Windus),...

Google fund will help newspapers learn to make money on internet

CBC – 2015-04-28

Google says it will give European publishers 150 million euros ($198 million) to help them adapt to the challenge of selling news online.

How Journalists Can Make Money (in the digital age)

The Huffington Post – 2015-05-01

Lawyers got nothing on me... Last week, I wrote a blog for the Huffington Post entitled "The Job of Journalism is Finished" It got a lot of traction - and a lot of arguments. But at the end of the...

Granta's Rausing makes Ondaatje shortlist

The Bookseller – 2015-05-02

Granta owner Sigrid Rausing has been shortlisted for the 2015 RSL Ondaatje Prize for her book Everything is Wonderful (Grove Press), alongside authors including Helen Dunmore and Elif Shafak. The...

Gruff Rhys on book award shortlist

BBC – 2015-05-01

Super Furry Animals front man Gruff Rhys is nominated for the Wales Book of the Year award.

UPDATE 1-One-off costs make Polish TVN miss forecasts with Q1 net

Reuters – 2015-05-05

WARSAW, May 5 (Reuters) - Euro debt revaluation due to a stronger zloty currency helped Polish broadcaster TVN book a seven-fold rise in its first-quarter net profit, but one-off costs made it miss...

One-off costs make Polish TVN miss forecasts with Q1 net

Reuters – 2015-05-05

WARSAW, May 5 (Reuters) - Euro debt revaluation due to a stronger zloty currency helped Polish broadcaster TVN book a seven-fold rise in its first-quarter net profit, but one-off costs made it miss...

Pratt and Green on Branford Boase shortlist

The Bookseller – 2015-05-06

Books by YA Prize-shortlisted authors Non Pratt and Sally Green are on the seven-strong shortlist for this year’s Branford Boase award.   The award is given jointly to the author and editor of...

Meredith Levien’s plan to save (or at least make money for) The New York Times

Digiday – 2015-05-08

TLDR: Publishing today requires collaboration across formerly siloed departments. So when The New York Times cast about for an executive to lead its ad sales and consumer marketing business, it found...

3 St. Louis companies make list of healthiest in America

Silicon Valley Business Journal – 2015-05-09

Interactive Health, which provides wellness services, has named the 2014 Healthiest Companies in America list, and it features three local companies. Maritz, 4M Building Solutions, formerly Mitch...

Spotify financial results show struggle to make streaming music profitable

The Guardian – 2015-05-11

Its 15m paying subscribers helped Spotify to more than €1bn of revenues in 2014, but its losses are still growing faster than its incomeSpotify has hailed 2014 as a “transformative” year in...

Ministers to make call on 'Netflix tax' in a few months

Stuff – 2015-05-12

Online shoppers will find out within a few months whether they  will have to pay GST on ebooks, music, games and television services downloaded or streamed from overseas.

Indies strong on Edge Hill shortlist

The Bookseller – 2015-05-15

Independent publishers have made a strong showing on the Edge Hill Short Story Prize shortlist, claiming five of the six spots. Books published by Calcutta-based Seagull Books, Irish indie Doire...

Want To Make More Money? Get A Cybersecurity Job

Fast Company – 2015-05-14

Cybersecurity jobs are among the highest earning in IT, says a new study.A new salary survey indicates that working in cybersecurity—i.e., dealing with script-deploying teenagers and pesky Chinese...

Female shortlist for debut book prize

BBC – 2015-05-15

A writer who penned her first novel in her 40s is among three female authors shortlisted for the Desmond Elliott Prize for new fiction.

Healey, Bray and Fuller on Desmond Elliott shortlist

The Bookseller – 2015-05-16

Three female authors will compete for The Desmond Elliott Prize 2015. All three authors shortlisted for this year’s £10,000 award, which is for debut novels, are published by Penguin Random...

After a Year of Change, New Publisher Looks to Make His Mark at Cincinnati Enquirer

Editor & Publisher – 2015-05-20

The past year has been a time of turnover at the Cincinnati Enquirer—and it’s not over yet.   Last week, the Enquirer announced that Carolyn Washburn, the top editor, had...

National Geographic's New Cover Will Make You See Weed In A Whole New Way

The Huffington Post – 2015-05-21

National Geographic's upcoming June cover features one word bold enough to grab just about anyone's attention: "WEED." But it's not the typical, negative portrayal of the drug you might assume....

NPR Publishes Correction That'll Make Your Head Spin

The Huffington Post – 2015-05-22

NPR published a doozy of a correction this week. Specifically, a clarification about a correction of a correction -- that actually hadn't been incorrect in the first place. On Thursday, the news...

How The Onion Gets People to Read Sponsored Content: Make Fun of It

Advertising Age – 2015-05-26

About a month ago, The Onion posted an article to its Facebook page with the headline, "Complete Idiot Forgot to Shave Area Between Nose and Mouth." The complete idiot, you might have guessed, sports...

Pranksters publish secretly-recorded public conversations to make point about NSA

CBC – 2015-05-27

New York artists posing as 'freelance' NSA agents are secretly recording the private conversations people have in restaurants, and then publishing them online for all to hear.

BEA 2015: Shortlist for the Carnegie Medals

Publishers Weekly – 2015-05-27

The ALA invites BEA attendees to visit the Booklist booth (1645) to preview the display of shortlisted titles for this year’s Andrew Carnegie Medals for Excellence in Fiction and Nonfiction.

BEA 2015: Let’s Make a Deal

Publishers Weekly – 2015-05-27

This A–Z listing includes specials available to retailers who place orders at BEA. Many exhibitors are offering free freight and/or extra discount points.

BEA 2015: Graphic Novels Make Their Mark

Publishers Weekly – 2015-05-27

Although the big two of comics publishing, Marvel and DC Comics, have opted to sit out BEA this year, there will still be plenty of comics publishers dotting the Javits Center floor.

5 ways Time Inc. is trying to make paywalls work

Digiday – 2015-05-28

Time Inc. is struggling to reverse its ad-revenue declines, so like other publishers, it’s looking to consumers to make up the difference. But hard paywalls risk loss of traffic and associated...

Reuters Makes Some Content Free, Citing ‘Unprecedented’ Shift

Editor & Publisher – 2015-06-10

Reuters, citing "the unprecedented shift to digital publishing and online news consumption," is making some of its original news content—text, pictures, video and multimedia...

How To Make A Hemingway Daiquiri, Your New Favorite Summer Drink

The Huffington Post – 2015-06-11

Let the following quote speak for Ernest Hemingway's love of booze: “Don’t bother with churches, government buildings or city squares, if you want to know about a culture, spend a night in its...

Fox News Hosting Forum For GOP Candidates Who Don't Make The Cut For Primetime Debate

The Huffington Post – 2015-06-11

NEW YORK -- Fox News will hold an afternoon candidates' forum before its primetime Republican debate on Aug. 6 for presidential hopefuls who don't meet the criteria for the evening contest, the...

“Brilliant and dangerous”: Anna North’s fictional Sophie Stark uses and discards people to make her vérité films

Salon.com – 2015-06-11

North on the androgynous Sophie Stark, the chorus of ex-lovers who tell Sophie's story and the ethics of filmmaking

Three debuts on Theakstons crime novel of the year shortlist

The Bookseller – 2015-06-16

Three debuts have made the shortlist for the Theakstons Old Peculier Crime Novel of the Year Award 2015. Antonia Hodgson’s debut The Devil in the Marshalsea (Hodder & Stoughton), a murder...

Fourth Fifty Shades book whips up unprecedented pre-ordering frenzy

The Guardian – 2015-06-12

The new instalment – this time written from Christian Grey’s perspective and published on 18 June – is set to dominate the publishing world once againIn July 2012, as the irresistible cultural...

AOL Now Has an In-House Creative Agency to Make Ads for Brands

Advertising Age – 2015-06-16

Add AOL to the list of publishers that have gone from selling ads to making ads.AOL has created an internal division called Partner Studio that is charged with creating content for advertisers. Both...

Bruno Munari Will Make You Fall In Love With Books All Over Again

Fast Company – 2015-06-17

A Kindle is no match for the Italian artist and graphic designer's mixed-media tomes.With some books, reading on a screen is virtually the same as on paper. Swipe or turn a page and you'll see words...

Jim Kelly, who has fought cancer, still strives to make a difference

Los Angeles Times – 2015-06-18

Hall of Fame quarterback Jim Kelly, battling cancer for a second time, came up with a personal motto that has become his guiding principle throughout his illness:

Can NextRadio app help make radio relevant for a digital audience?

Los Angeles Times – 2015-06-18

After Apple Inc. announced a new music app that will use people to create real-time song playlists, HBO "Real Time" host Bill Maher joked that the company should be congratulated for "inventing...

Why dogs make the perfect stand-up paddle-boarding buddies

Los Angeles Times – 2015-06-20

She and I only knew each other for 10 minutes and didn't speak a word when we were together. But during that time, I knew I'd felt something. Something very special.

The opulence and drama of the Asian jetset in 'China Rich Girlfriend'

Los Angeles Times – 2015-06-19

"China Rich Girlfriend," Kevin Kwan's follow-up to his highly successful 2013 novel "Crazy Rich Asians," is in equal measures a celebration and an insider take-down, validating contemporary Asian...

15 apps guaranteed to make your summer vacation easier -- and a lot more fun

Los Angeles Times – 2015-06-20

Before you hop a plane, train or load up the car this summer, consider adding apps that can make your vacation a little easier or at least more fun.

Galaxy set to make playoff push

Los Angeles Times – 2015-06-21

At the halfway point of the Major League Soccer season, the defending champion Los Angeles Galaxy sat tied for fourth place in the Western Conference standings. However, the team is finally getting...

Technology to make air travel less stressful in the future, study says

Los Angeles Times – 2015-06-21

Airline passengers are expected to rely more heavily in the future on smartphones and portable devices to make travel less stressful thanks to mobile check-in apps, automatic flight updates, mapping...

USC recruiting: Trojans make top 10 for Nigel Knott, Devin Asiasi

Los Angeles Times – 2015-06-23

USC is inching closer toward its top recruits in the 2016 class.

Obama uses N-word to make larger point about race during 'WTF' podcast

Los Angeles Times – 2015-06-22

Commenting on the massacre in Charleston, S.C., President Obama used the N-word in a new interview that aired Monday while making a broader point about the nation's progress with race relations.

Man Asian literary prize winner apologises after plagiarism row

The Guardian – 2015-06-23

Shin Kyung-sook had earlier denied using material by Yukio Mishima, but has now apologised, saying ‘I can’t believe my own memory’Shin Kyung-sook, an internationally renowned South Korean...

Asian mushroom extract shows promise as treatment for obesity and its ills

Los Angeles Times – 2015-06-24

Maybe Alice in Wonderland was on to something, nibbling on a mushroom to make herself shrink.

Why ‘Blackout’ would make a perfect book club choice

The Washington Post – 2015-06-24

Sarah Hepola’s memoir, Blackout , would make for a thought-provoking book club choice. Hepola is an enchanting storyteller who writes in a chummy voice. She’s that smart, witty friend you want to...

Open Letter to Jeff Weiner -- Help Make LinkedIn a Force for Good

The Huffington Post – 2015-06-25

Below is my open letter to LinkedIn CEO, Jeff Weiner. Originally published on LinkedIn on June 22. Dear Jeff: There's no doubt that LinkedIn has become the world's best place to connect...

Facebook Is Still Overwhelmingly White, Asian And Male

The Huffington Post – 2015-06-26

If only Facebook the company were as diverse as its social network. The tech giant on Thursday released new demographic data about its workforce, and it’s clear the firm has a long way to go. ...

Roald Dahl's The Twits: How do you make a book that smells?

The Guardian – 2015-06-26

A special edition of Roald Dahl’s The Twits is coming out which has a cover that you can customise with revolting scratch ‘n’ sniff stickers! How do they make it smell so icky? Find out here…...

Career Beat: Alan Rusbridger to teach at the Asian College of Journalism

Poynter. – 2015-06-29

Good morning! Here are some career updates from the journalism community: Karen Mendez will be news director for WNJU in New York. Previously, she was news director for KXTX in Dallas. (Rick...

Writing to genre stinks: Two debut novelists on the hard line between fantasy and realism — and why it doesn’t make sense

Salon.com – 2015-06-28

Two authors on using fairy-tale elements to explore trauma & memory, and why "Is this real" is a loaded question

ALPSP innovation awards shortlist

The Bookseller – 2015-07-03

Nine initiatives in scholarly publishing have been shortlisted for the 2015 Association of Learned & Professional Society Publishers (ALPSP) Innovation in Publishing awards.

Stanford Dolman Travel Book of the Year shortlist

The Bookseller – 2015-07-04

An exploration of the landscape around a remote Cornish farmhouse, a study of the role of lemons in the Italian cultural landscape, and an account of life below deck on giant container ships are...

Negotiators make headway on Iran sanctions, past nuclear activity

Los Angeles Times – 2015-07-04

The head of the United Nations' nuclear watchdog agency said Saturday he hopes to complete his controversial investigation of Iran's past nuclear activities by December, potentially removing a key...

Advertising that (literally) gets under your skin: Latest “Girl With the Dragon Tattoo” promo scheme wants to make you a permanent billboard

Salon.com – 2015-07-09

Branding preys on extreme fandom with this new tattoo campaign for the latest Millennium novel

Jeb Bush announces unprecedented fundraising haul of $114 million

Los Angeles Times – 2015-07-10

Former Florida Gov. Jeb Bush has raised more than $114 million for his 2016 presidential run between his campaign and super-PAC, giving him an early and large money lead in a crowded field of...

These Photos Will Make You Want To Put Your Phone Down Forever

The Huffington Post – 2015-07-10

It looks like smartphones really have killed the concept of "idle time." Last year, photographer Babycakes Romero captured an array of images showing people glued to their mobile devices when they...

Most online local news sites make less than $50,000 a year

Poynter. – 2015-07-13

Tow-Knight Center Two-thirds of new local online news sites make $100,000 or less a year, with more than half generating $50,000 or less, according to a survey released Monday of 94 sites...

Meredith Corp. Bought an Ad-Tech Company to Make Grocery Shopping Easier

AdWeek – 2015-07-13

Women's magazine publisher Meredith Corp. has acquired Grocery Server, a digital firm that powers location-based ads for food and retail brands. Grocery Server was founded in 2008 as an ad...

'Minions': Should Hollywood make more PG movies?

Los Angeles Times – 2015-07-14

The box office success of "Minions" this weekend - with a $115 million total and a $27,000 per-screen average, the "Despicable Me" offshoot had one of the most successful animated openings of all...

BBC fights back against Tory assault on 'waste' and right to make popular shows

The Guardian – 2015-07-14

BBC defends entertainment role and cites public support and savings in annual report ahead of green paper likely to focus on inefficiency and commercial rivalsThe BBC has revealed that its bill for...

15 Powerful Ta-Nehisi Coates' Quotes To Make You Want To Read 'Between The World And Me'

The Huffington Post – 2015-07-14

   Cultural critic and journalist Ta-Nehisi Coates has inspired us -- and many others --through his writing on the intersection of the race and policy and their application to modern-day...

How Good Habits Can Make You Happier

Knowledge@Wharton – 2015-07-17

The newest book from Gretchen Rubin, best-selling author of The Happiness Project, examines how we can change our habits.

President Obama to make final appearance Tuesday opposite Jon Stewart on 'The Daily Show'

Los Angeles Times – 2015-07-18

As Jon Stewart's farewell from "The Daily Show" approaches, he's booked the biggest guest of them all. 

Alma's Ari Taymor drops in to make roasted carrots with chanterelles

Los Angeles Times – 2015-07-17

That chef Ari Taymor arrived by himself, carrying a small hotel pan stacked with plastic deli cups and kitchen towels, all haphazardly labeled with blue painter's tape, was somehow fitting. Taymor's...

UC Merced leaders make case for growth

Los Angeles Times – 2015-07-22

Saying their crowded campus needs to expand, UC Merced leaders Tuesday presented plans to construct new classrooms, dorms and labs over the next five to seven years - and to enroll nearly 4,000 more...

Baseball: Sophomores JT Schwartz, Grant Burton make college commitments

Los Angeles Times – 2015-07-23

College baseball recruiters are landing young players in Southern California. The latest two sophomores to make commitments are shortstop JT Schwartz from Corona del Mar and outfielder Grant Burton...

New Lakers Roy Hibbert, Lou Williams, Brandon Bass make their hellos

Los Angeles Times – 2015-07-23

The three newest Lakers were introduced Wednesday, joining a team that produced the worst record in franchise history, though each of them said this was a fresh start.

Guantanamo 'doesn't make any fiscal sense' to keep open, Homeland Security chief says

Los Angeles Times – 2015-07-24

Secretary of Homeland Security Jeh Johnson urged a reluctant Congress on Thursday to allow the Obama administration to close the prison for terrorism suspects at Guantanamo Bay, Cuba, and to...

China's meddling could make things worse

CNN – 2015-07-27

When the bottom fell out of China's stock market, the ruling Communist Party used every trick in the book to stop its dramatic slide. But was that a good thing?

Andrew McCarthy will make his fiction debut with a young adult novel

Los Angeles Times – 2015-07-28

Good news for '80s kids who preferred Blane McDonough to Duckie Dale: "Pretty in Pink" star Andrew McCarthy, who went from Brat Pack actor to travel writer and television director, is coming out with...

Sorry, Bethesda can't make any more 'Fallout 4' Pip-Boys

Engadget – 2015-07-28

The special edition of Fallout 4 comes with a pretty spectacular piece of swag: a real-life Pip-Boy that works with your smartphone. Understandably, the $120 bundle sold out almost as soon as it went...

Baseball: Junior pitchers Timmy Josten, Daniel Ritcheson make commitments

Los Angeles Times – 2015-07-29

Junior pitcher Timmy Josten of West Ranch has committed to Cal State Fullerton. Junior pitcher Daniel Ritcheson of Alemany has committed to San Diego State.

Clegg, Yanagihara Make 2015 Man Booker Longlist

Publishers Weekly – 2015-07-29

Marilynne Robinson, Anne Tyler, Hanya Yanagihara, and literary agent Bill Clegg are among the U.S. writers longlisted for this year's Man Booker Prize.

Girls Who Code aims to make waves in a man's world

Los Angeles Times – 2015-07-31

Steve Jobs is a longtime role model for budding techies. But now he comes with an asterisk.

Rare Blue Moon rises tonight: Make sure you look up, or you'll miss it!

Los Angeles Times – 2015-08-01

A rare blue moon is rising tonight, and it will be hard to miss: Just look up.

New York Times Plans to Make Its Mobile Ads More Native, Less Interruptive

Advertising Age – 2015-08-04

"Mobile advertising as a whole is just fairly crappy," said Sebastian Tomich, The New York Times senior VP of advertising and innovation.Mr. Tomich isn't saying anything controversial. Most people...

Winton Prize for Science Books shortlist revealed

The Bookseller – 2015-08-06

A “page-turning thriller” about the race to crack the genetic code, a portrayal of life in European Organization for Nuclear Research's (CERN) underground bunker and an exploration of Obsessive...

How newsrooms are using machine learning to make journalists’ lives easier

Poynter. – 2015-08-05

Much of what many journalists do every day doesn’t involve gathering news. Just consider the typical process for publishing a story: The reporter reports, writes (or produces) the content, and...

SF Weekly Publisher Backs Off Plan to Use Cover Story to ‘Make Up’ With Advertiser

Editor & Publisher – 2015-08-05

Score one for editorial independence, at least in one corner of the alt-weekly world. After a report of his newsroom meddling drew notice from journalists around the country, Glenn Zuehls, publisher...

How BuzzFeed Is Winning With Asian-Americans

Advertising Age – 2015-08-05

At first glance, a hard-hitting piece on affirmative action seems far removed from the humorous viral sensation "Ask An Asian." Yet both pieces were published on BuzzFeed -- an unlikely hub for...

Don't make us free detained immigrants, officials urge judge

Los Angeles Times – 2015-08-08

Immigration officials urged a judge to reconsider her ruling to release hundreds of women and children from immigration detention facilities, warning that it would result in an uptick in border...

J.K. Rowling Reveals What Her Horcrux Would Be (If She Had To Make One)

The Huffington Post – 2015-08-09

Dear, sweet J.K. Rowling would never want to make a horcrux, of course. The deed -- if you remember from the Harry Potter book series -- is accomplished through murder, which splits a...

Hillary Clinton to unveil $350-billion plan to make college more affordable

Los Angeles Times – 2015-08-10

Hillary Rodham Clinton will call Monday for a $350-billion federal commitment to reducing higher education costs for millions of Americans, part of an overhaul she seeks that would also cut student...

Robots that write fiction? You couldn’t make it up

The Guardian – 2015-08-10

Computer-generated fiction might seem a tipping point for artificial intelligence, but it could help us to understand the world we live inIn 1983, William Chamberlain and Thomas Etter released a book...

Trump, Ailes kiss and make up

Poynter. – 2015-08-11

Good morning. Making virtue out of necessity So Donald Trump, as we know, was furious with Fox News because of its questioning of him in the Republican debate. It was also believed that there's...

Football: Loyola is trying to make a move back into the playoffs

Los Angeles Times – 2015-08-16

Loyola, a six-time Southern Section football champion, hasn't been in the Pac-5 playoffs since the 2011 season. Its fans are getting a little restless.

There's A Kids' Book That Promises To Make Anyone Fall Asleep

The Huffington Post – 2015-08-17

Putting readers to sleep isn't usually an author's goal, but a Swedish behavioral scientist hopes his children's book will do just that. Carl-Johan Forssen Ehrlin claims the book he wrote will help...

Chinese slowdown sends ripples across Asian banks

Reuters – 2015-08-19

HONG KONG (Reuters) - Asian lenders are seeing their loan books rapidly deteriorate across the region as China's slowing economy dampens trade and hurts companies that had borrowed heavily from the...

4 make unauthorized parachute jump from Coronado Bridge

Los Angeles Times – 2015-08-21

Four young men, including at least one who identified himself as an active-duty Navy sailor, parachuted off the Coronado Bridge on Wednesday night and were immediately questioned by San Diego Harbor...

Here Are 8 Books That Will Make You Want To Go To Hawaii ... Even More

The Huffington Post – 2015-08-24

When Hawaii officially joined the U.S., in 1959, America had finally found paradise. The fiftieth state -- an archipelago of eight major islands rising from the Pacific -- boasts a tropical climate...

When will the Giants make a serious run at the Dodgers?

Los Angeles Times – 2015-08-27

And here come the Giants …

Facebook is trying to make it easier to stop video piracy

Engadget – 2015-08-28

From user-made clips to content from big media properties, video is all over Facebook (and more people than ever are using the social network). Along with that trend comes the problem of piracy:...

Hodgson and Carter on HWA Debut Crown shortlist

The Bookseller – 2015-08-29

Antonia Hodgson and MJ Carter are among the authors shortlisted for The 2015 Historical Writers’ Association's (HWA) Debut Crown Award for historical fiction.

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