Publishers Weekly – 2011-05-11
A round-up of news from the cookbook world: 'Top Chef' Mike Isabella Gets a Cookbook Deal; Chronicle Joins iBookstore; 'Bon Appétit Desserts' for iPad.
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Publishers Weekly – 2015-04-22
More on the Family Christian bankruptcy; the newest awards season lists; the Dalai Lama gets a book for his 80th birthday.
The Bookseller – 2015-04-25
Chinese-American author Yiyun Li is the first female winner of the £30,000 Sunday Times EFG Short Story Award for her story "A Sheltered Woman". Director Richard Eyre presented Li with her winner's...
Stuff – 2015-04-30
Publishers Weekly – 2015-05-12
Another high-profile Christian-themed movie; a change in Bible rights management; an IVP author on tour; awards and honors.
Stuff – 2015-05-14
The Wonder Lover
The Bookseller – 2015-05-20
Oldcastle Books is launching a new short story competition for its crime fiction imprint No Exit Press as part of Oldcastle’s 30th anniversary celebrations. The competition will launch on 25th May...
Stuff – 2015-05-21
Stuff – 2015-05-26
Time travel stories and moral quandaries about altering the past have gone hand in hand since at least as far back as Ray Bradbury's A Sound of Thunder was first published in 1952.
Publishers Weekly – 2015-05-27
Ann Voskamp raises funds for Ramadi refugees; IVP author will head Duke's Center for Reconciliation.
The Bookseller – 2015-05-29
Fitzcarraldo Editions has bought the debut short story collection from the winner of the inaugural White Review Short Story Prize, Claire-Louise Bennett. UK and Commonwealth rights, excluding...
Stuff – 2015-05-29
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Publishers Weekly – 2015-06-10
Pelican donates book proceeds to Food for the Poor; seven Selah Awards for Baker; nominations open for CSPA and Illumination Awards.
Stuff – 2015-06-12
Los Angeles Times – 2015-06-21
KEY MOMENT: The A's snapped a 1-1 tie with a three-run sixth inning, Stephen Vogt sparking the rally with a leadoff single. Ben Zobrist grounded into a fielder's choice, but Josh Reddick stayed back...
The Bookseller – 2015-06-23
Short stories are gaining ground in the UK, but authors working within the format are finding it more difficult to break into the public consciousness than novelists, writers have told The...
Los Angeles Times – 2015-06-23
Colombia wanted respect. The U.S. wanted a win.
Los Angeles Times – 2015-06-24
KEY MOMENT: With two on and two outs in the second inning, Astros rookie shortstop Carlos Correa drove a full-count pitch from C.J. Wilson to deep left field for a three-run homer -- his fourth in 15...
Publishers Weekly – 2015-06-24
Nominations open for Christianity Today book awards; NirV Bible now available in Anglicized edition.
Los Angeles Times – 2015-06-28
Seth MacFarlane's comedy "Ted 2" fell short of box office tracking expectations with a $32.9 million launch in theaters this weekend, as "Jurassic World" and "Inside Out" continued a close race for...
Los Angeles Times – 2015-06-29
After leaving a full-time job in Northern California earlier this year, Christine Morrison is without work-based health insurance for the first time since the age of 18.
Los Angeles Times – 2015-07-03
It was a logical first question to a 71-year-old who is eight years removed from his stint as the Angels general manager and was enjoying a comfortable semi-retirement as a senior advisor before...
Los Angeles Times – 2015-07-05
We venture out like somebody trekking the Sahara Desert. John Isner and Marin Cilic were about to finish their match at Wimbledon, and preparation was crucial.
Publishers Weekly – 2015-07-08
Summer's bumper crop of awards and honors; two new Bible projects announced.
Publishers Weekly – 2015-07-10
Diamonds in the rough for story lovers.
Los Angeles Times – 2015-07-20
For Antonio Mendez, crossing into the United States without immigration papers was as simple as walking through Tijuana.
Fast Company – 2015-07-23
Getting rid of all your junk to join the "tiny house" movement is a big leap. A new startup from Harvard wants to help people ease into the idea.Living in a tiny house might be the millennial version...
Los Angeles Times – 2015-07-24
Those captivated by screen giant Elizabeth Taylor can spend a week in a Palm Springs home she once owned for about $5,200, depending on the season, or by even the night.
The Huffington Post – 2015-08-07
F. Scott Fitzgerald, 1921 The manuscripts, and finished typescript, for F. Scott Fitzgerald's 1939 short story "Temperature" have rested quietly at Princeton University for many decades. Housed in...
The Washington Post – 2015-08-12
Two years ago, you could have read Adam Johnson’s story “Nirvana” in Esquire magazine for the price of a fancy latte (or for free online). If you’re hip enough, you’ve already read several...
Los Angeles Times – 2015-08-12
The man who brought two U.S. Open titles to his native Wisconsin stood at the Whistling Straits practice range Tuesday, observing the modern representative of Wisconsin golf.
The Bookseller – 2015-08-13
Weidenfeld & Nicolson is to publish Gillian Flynn’s short story The Grownup as a standalone book for the first time. The Grownup first appeared under the title What Do You Do? in Rogues (Titan...
The Bookseller – 2015-08-13
Independent publisher Galley Beggar Press is launching a short story competition this weekend. The Norwich-based publisher, which originally published Eimear McBride’s Baileys Women’s Prize for...