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Ingram Taps Stephen Sparks to Write New Poetry Newsletter

Pub Date: Mar 15, 2017

Ingram Content Group announces the launch of a newsletter, Little Infinite, focused on highlighting poetry’s hottest titles, excerpts, publisher profiles and all things poetic. Bustle, the popular women’s blog, has already taken notice by including Little Infinite as one of “6 literary newsletters to diversify your reading list.” Little Infinite, a quarterly publication, showcases the Read more »

Simpson Literary Project

Exciting Literary News from the Bay Area

Pub Date: Mar 10, 2017

New Literary Prize of $50,000.00 Awarded Yearly for Fiction For more information: The Lafayette Library and Learning Center Foundation and the University of California, Berkeley, English Department are pleased to announce the launch of The Simpson Family Literary Project and the creation of a $50,000.00 literary prize. The prize will annually recognize a writer Read more »

Netflix Taps Maria B. Campbell Associates As Literary Scouts

Pub Date: Mar 3, 2017

Netflix has retained international literary consulting company Maria B. Campbell Associates as exclusive literary scouts for the internet TV network in New York and the UK. This is the first time Netflix, which has been ramping up production of original movies and series, has hired literary scouts. As literary scouts, Maria B. Campbell and her colleagues identify adult Read more »


Ingramspark to Receive Authors Guild Awards

Pub Date: Mar 3, 2017

Honorees to be celebrated on May 24, 2017, at 25th Annual Gala Novelist and Nobel laureate Toni Morrison, best-selling author and literary philanthropist James Patterson, and self-publishing service IngramSpark® will be celebrated for their distinctive and distinguished contributions to American literature at the Authors Guild’s 25th Annual Gala on Wednesday, May 24, 2017, at the Essex House, Read more »

Smith Memorial Fund Call for Entries for 2017 Photography Grant 

Pub Date: Mar 2, 2017

38th annual memorial fund increases grant to $35,000 for photographers who display poignant,humanistic approach to storytelling The W. Eugene Smith Fund announced it is now accepting applications for its 38th annual Grant in Humanistic Photography. Since presenting its first grant in 1980, the Fund has awarded more than one million dollars to exemplary photographers whose works, created Read more »

Book Reviews

Sisters, One, Two, Three by Nancy Star

Sisters One, Two, Three by Nancy Star

Pub Date: Mar 15, 2017

Sisters One, Two, Three, Nancy Star, Lake Union Publishing – The Tangle family of New Jersey had its troubles. Glory Tangle was a vain social-climber with theatrical ambitions, a strict and occasionally unfeeling mother to her children Callie, Mimi, Charlie and Ginger Read more »

The Blind Astronomer's Daughter by John Pipkin

The Blind Astronomer’s Daughter

Pub Date: Mar 9, 2017

The Blind Astronomer’s Daughter, John Pipkin, Bloomsbury Publishing – The second half of the eighteenth century sees an explosion in astronomical research. Amateur and professional astronomers across Britain and Ireland search the heavens in increasing numbers, mapping the skies and seeking out new phenomena Read more »

Jane Bowles Collected Writings

Jane Bowles Collected Writings

Pub Date: Feb 22, 2017

Jane Bowles Collected Writings, Library of America – Jane Bowles published a comparatively small body of work during her life, yet it had a major impact on American literature Read more »

The Fisher King by Melissa Lenhardt

The Fisher King by Melissa Lenhardt

Pub Date: Feb 22, 2017

The Fisher King, Melissa Lenhardt, Skyhorse Publishing – Jack McBride has been chief of police in the small Texan town of Stillwater for only six weeks. His first case on the job sparked a drug war that engulfed the county and left several matters unresolved Read more »

The Unknown Kerouac

The Unknown Kerouac edited by Todd Tietchen

Pub Date: Feb 21, 2017

The Unknown Kerouac, Todd Tietchen, Library of America – The Library of America’s release of Kerouac’s “rare, unpublished and newly translated writings,” edited by Todd Tietchen, conveys his mastery development as a writer and offers insight into the counterculture’s creative endeavors Read more »

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