A few weeks ago the Times Literary Supplement ran a photograph of the grisliest act of violence in Italy since World War II—Italy's equivalent of our own September 11 attacks. In 1980 a shadowy group of homegrown terrorists planted a time bomb in ... Weekly Standard, 3 weeks ago
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Many, perhaps not surprisingly, see the Amazon move as an end of publishing/literature scenario. A headline in the Oregonian referenced the coming arts apocalypse. In the U.K., the Guardian said Amazon's action would soon bring howls of protest from ...PublishersWeekly.com, 4 days ago
Comments A A I do not rush to read books about war; in fact, I avoid them. But, strangely, some of my favourite novels, memoirs and poems were inspired by a conflict that claimed the youth of a generation and gave birth to a ...Globe and Mail, 1 week ago
Abul Hossain Eminent Bengali poet Abul Hossain died on Sunday at about 10:30pm in the capital's Square Hospital. He was 92 and was suffering from old-age complications. One of the most aged poets Abul Hossain was a parent figure to many in the ...New Age Bangladesh, 1 month ago
Above, the interior of Harvard Book Store, an independent bookseller known for its literary community. While Harvard Square once had a wealth of independent book stores, Harvard Book Store, situated cozily adjacent to the Yard, is one of the last ...Harvard Political Review, 1 month ago
[embedded content] By Adam Ludwig Donald Katz, founder and CEO of audiobook pioneer Audible, can go on at length about why listening to books is a virtue for readers and society. That's not surprising, since his company (now owned by Amazon) ...Forbes.com, 1 month ago
In those times of his upbringing, there were no books forbidden for Tissa. He could read anything. This led him down a certain path and he would become a writer in his own way. At 85, Tissa Devendra is still physically robust to show me his ...Sri Lanka Daily News, 1 month ago
Australian Book Collections: Book collecting revisited. Photo: supplied Endlessly fascinating: Charles Stitz at his bookshop in Albury, NSW. Photo: Supplied exit AUSTRALIAN BOOK COLLECTORS. A - I, J Z. Edited by Charles Stitz. Books of Kells ...The Northern Times, 3 weeks ago
This Saturday James is due to take the stage at an Australian literature festival in London, a rare public appearance at his advanced stage of terminal leukemia and emphysema. In a new poem Clive James has written of his "lungs of dust" the ...Harden Express, 2 months ago Lamenting the end of his life WA Today, 2 months ago 'My mind basks in the light I never left': a dying expat's lament Sydney Morning Herald, 2 months ago Clive James poem and one-man show laments the end of his life NewsMail, 2 months ago
's work has been featured in the NEW YORK TIMES, WILSON QUARTERLY, and STORYSOUTH. Her first newspaper job was sellingsubscriptions by phone, which usually ended with her apologizing and telling the people she called that the subscription was ... ...Oxford American Magazine, 1 day ago
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