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Category Archives: News Tidbits

I Me Mine – George Harrison
I Me Mine – George Harrison

    This beautiful book includes lyrics to 141 George Harrison songs, with written lyrics as well as Harrison’s uniquely intimate and humorous commentary. This is for every Beatle fan, especially those that favored George Harrison.  It is the closest we will … Continue reading

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No Is Not Enough
No Is Not Enough

  The toolkit to help understand how we arrived at this surreal political moment. “Naomi Klein is one of the few revolutionary public intellectuals of great integrity and vision. This new book confirms her crucial relevance and essential pertinence.” —Cornel … Continue reading

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A Testament To The Power of Second Chances…….
A Testament To The Power of Second Chances…….

Review Quotes: Praise for Becoming Ms. Burton “Susan Burton is an angel among us. Her journey is a story of courage, compassion, and conviction. At turns harrowing and inspiring, Becoming Ms. Burton provides a valuable new perspective on the consequences … Continue reading

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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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The New Yorker Reviews Helen Garner’s Newest, Everywhere I Look

Everywhere I Look by Helen Garner collects essays and articles she’s written over the course of her long career. Offering a broad vision of a life long lived, the book follows her own established tradition of “savage honesty,” as The … Continue reading

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Hot News for Cold Weather: A Fidel Castro Reading List

Fidel Castro died three weeks ago, and regardless of your opinion on this polarizing figure, it’s important to learn more about him. To that end, we at Consortium have compiled a list of readings on El Comandante to expose differing opinions … Continue reading

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