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Monthly Archives: April 2017

Hue 1968 by Mark Bowden
Hue 1968 by Mark Bowden

New York Times Bestsellers: HUE 1968 / Mark Bowden (Atlantic Monthly / PGW) #13, New York Times Hardcover Nonfiction #10, New York Times Combined Print & ebook Nonfiction Editors’ Choice: Staff Picks from the Book Review Library Journal, Starred Review…. … Continue reading

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Pulitzer Prize Winners 2017 -Congratulations to our authors!
Pulitzer Prize Winners 2017 -Congratulations to our authors!

  World by Jim Morin has been selected for a Pulitzer for a distinguished cartoon or portfolio of cartoons, characterized by originality, editorial effectiveness, quality of drawing and pictorial effect, published as a still drawing, animation or both  Editorial Cartooning … Continue reading

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“Degrees of Inequality”
“Degrees of Inequality”

  **LOWER ED is The Wall Street Journal’s April nonfiction book club pick. The club’s discussion, hosted on Facebook at the end of April, will be led by Roxane Gay.** The Daily Show Interview New York Times Book Review March 16, 2017 LOWER … Continue reading

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Slipping by John Toomey – New York Times and Kirkus Starred review-
Slipping by John Toomey – New York Times and Kirkus Starred review-

Starred Review- Kirkus 3/3/2017 The Rashomon effect is at work in this anatomy of a small-town murder, with even the perpetrator offering more than one version of events. Irish writer Toomey (Huddleston Road, 2012, etc.) plays with the sort of … Continue reading

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Being the Father My Son Deserves
Being the Father My Son Deserves

Dreux “Lil Fizz” Frédéric of platinum selling R&B group B2K, thought he had it all; fame, fortune and millions of adoring fans at his feet. In the shadows of the bright lights is where he discovered the true meaning of … Continue reading

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