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“The Journey of Mary Walker” by Sydney Nathans

The Washington Post – 2012-03-10

Mary Walker was a 30-year-old slave in North Carolina who decided, in the summer of 1848, to seek her freedom. It was a bold and wrenching decision. She was in Philadelphia when she escaped — her owner, Duncan Cameron, had brought her there to attend to his daughter, who was under medical care — but her children and her mother were in North Carolina. Precisely what moved her to take this incredibly risky step is not known, but it appears that she and Cameron had had words and that he had...
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S&S pre-empts Typhoid Mary title

Simon & Schuster has pre-empted a historical novel about Typhoid Mary for a six-figure sum.... | The Bookseller – 2012-01-27

Author Russell Hoban dies; wrote kids' 'Frances' books, post-apocalyptic 'Riddley Walker'

LONDON -- Russell Hoban, the prolific fantasy and children's author perhaps best known for "Riddley Walker," a post-apocalyptic novel that relied on a language he created, has died, his publisher... | San Jose Mercury News – 2011-12-16

New e-book club includes works by Alice Walker

(10-07) 05:40 PDT NEW YORK, (AP) -- A digital publisher of Pat Conroy, Alice Walker and other writers has formed an online book club with a website that has for years served as a hub for reading... | San Francisco Chronicle – 2011-10-07

Walker strengthens licensing for TV titles

Written By: Caroline Horn Publication Date: Fri, 16/09/2011 - 16:12 Walker Books is strengthening its licensing operations in order to exploit forthcoming television deals for its properties... | The Bookseller – 2011-09-16

Walker joins iBookstore

Written By: Graeme Neill Publication Date: Thu, 18/08/2011 - 11:50 Children's publisher Walker Books has become the latest to sign up to the iBookstore, with books by the likes of Anthony Horowitz,... | The Bookseller – 2011-08-18

Walker Books launches prize in tribute to late founder

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Aardman Digital to redesign Walker website

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Selina Walker moves to Century and Arrow

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Walker launches marketing campaigns for YA and picturebooks

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C&R signs Walker as sales agents

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Author Mary Clark buys CBOE seat

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Mary Richert: Can video games encourage reading?

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C&R and Walker to host joint regional "roadshows"

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Between the Lines: Mary Jane Clark knows cozy mysteries

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Book World: Romantic journey with ‘The Shoemaker’s Wife,’ by Adriana Trigiani

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Alice Walker refuses publication of 'The Color Purple' in Hebrew

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Jacket Copy: Alice Walker says no to Israeli edition of 'The Color Purple'

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Karen Thompson Walker’s ‘The Age of Miracles,’ reviewed by Ron Charles

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Global role for McAleer at Walker Books Group

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Mary Cowan obituary

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Saint Mary's football players face suspension over sexist tweets

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Why This Woman Documented Her Harrowing, Stunning Journey Through Breast Cancer

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Mary Berry scores her first UK Top 50 number one

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Walker buys Byrne debut

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New Mary Book Launches for Mother's Day

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Between the Lines: Mary Higgins Clark still reigns

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Mary Rodgers, 'Freaky Friday' Author And Broadway Composer, Dies At 83

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Sydney Daily Telegraph 'junkie' story on Seymour Hoffman ruled offensive

Press council says calling Philip Seymour Hoffman a junkie and referring to his young children was highly unfair The Sydney Daily Telegraphs online coverage of the death of actor Philip Seymour... | The Guardian – 2014-08-07

These Are The Best Parts Of 'The Hundred-Foot Journey'

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David Gregory slated to write a book about Judaism and his 'spiritual journey'

Gregory's book will be released sometime in 2015, according to publisher Simon & Schuster. | The Christian Science Monitor – 2014-08-23

Poet Mary Szybist coming to Washington

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A Journey Through Literary Sicily in Film

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