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Bertelsmann Media

Bertelsmann and UFA Present ‘Extended Version’ of UFA Film Nights

Pub Date: Jul 12, 2017

  From 22 to 25 August, early masterpieces of cinema history as well as – for the first time – a contemporary UFA movie will be screened in the open air accompanied by live music Premiere of the restored version of the silent movie classics “Die Liebe der Jeanne Ney” (The Love of Jeanne Ney), Read more »

The LenFest Institute

Lenfest Institute for Journalism Gains $26.5 Million in Funding 

Pub Date: Jul 11, 2017

Following a productive first year of operation, The Lenfest Institute for Journalism has garnered an additional $26.5 million of funding for various projects and initiatives aimed at developing viable business models for local journalism. H.F. “Gerry” Lenfest, who founded the Philadelphia-based institute in January 2016 and simultaneously transferred ownership of the Inquirer, Daily News and newspapers’ joint web Read more »

Tennessee Humanities

Southern Festival of Books Reveals Author Lineup 

Pub Date: Jul 11, 2017

Humanities Tennessee Saturday announced a lineup of award-winning, bestselling authors who will headline the 29th annual Southern Festival of Books in Nashville taking place Oct. 13-15. The roster includes such notables as Jami Attenberg, Ann Beattie, Chris Bohjalian, Wiley Cash, Clyde Edgerton, Jennifer Egan, Jonathan Eig, Radney Foster, Andy Hardin, Rodney Jones, Nicole Krauss, Peter Cooper, Ron Rash and Ben Read more »

Red Circle

Japanese Writers’ House, Red Circle Authors Team Up

Pub Date: Jun 30, 2017

Japanese Writers’ House proudly presents its new business alliance with Red Circle Authors Limited, a specialist communications and publishing company. Under this new and exciting alliance, the two companies will work closely together to increase international interest and awareness of Japanese literature and promote the works of Japan-based authors to publishers and readers worldwide. Red Circle, Read more »

Barnes & Noble Bookseller

July’s Celebrities and Authors at Barnes & Noble

Pub Date: Jun 28, 2017

July’s Celebrities and Authors at Barnes & Noble: Robert Beatty, Chris Colfer, Bill Nye, Lisa Scottoline, Daniel Silva, Wesley Snipes, Brad Thor, Gerard Way, and Many More Big Name Celebrities Fans Can Visit Barnes & Noble and Meet the Celebrities They Love Including Famous Television Personalities, Award-Winning Musicians and Actors, Well-Known YouTubers, Bestselling Authors and Read more »

Book Reviews


Ultimatum by Anders de la Motte

Pub Date: Jul 24, 2017

Ultimatum, Anders de la Motte, Atria Books – Detective Inspector Julia Gabrielsson of Stockholm Regional Police can’t make up her mind about the civilian investigator she’s landed as a partner Read more »

The Weight of Night by Christine Carbo

The Weight of Night by Christine Carbo

Pub Date: Jul 20, 2017

The Weight of Night, Christine Carbo, Atria – In the summer of 2016, Montana is going through a hellish period of wild fires. Flathead County is especially hard hit, and every official that can be spared is out helping evacuate those in the path of the blaze Read more »

The Fifth Doll by Charlie N. Holmberg

The Fifth Doll by Charlie N. Holmberg

Pub Date: Jul 9, 2017

The Fifth Doll, Charlie N. Holmberg, 47 North – Matrona Vitsin lives in an idyllic village where every day is the same as the last. She helps look after the family’s dairy farm, but try as she might Matrona can never please her parents Read more »

Jack and Norman by Jerome Loving

Jack and Norman by Jerome Loving

Pub Date: Jul 7, 2017

Jack and Norman, Jerome Loving, St. Martins Press – In 1977, after a “ten-year drought on the use of the death penalty,” rifles aim and fire toward a circle pined on Gary Gilmore’s dark shirt Read more »

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