L.A. Kennedy

Beyond the story

Kelly Konya We all do little things to boost the way we feel and think throughout the day. Something as simple as taking a walk or eating a piece of chocolate can brighten your mood almost instantly, thanks to certain chemical reactions that occur in the brain. But these momentary pleasures are just that: momentary. …

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Your book may be a page-turner, but it probably won’t be a money-maker Arminta Wallace Franz Kafka lived in obscurity and died of the starvation caused by his tuberculosis. William Blake is buried in an unmarked pauper’s grave. Patrick Kavanagh used to boil eggs in the kettle for dinner. By the time Herman Melville passed …

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The communications manager of We Need Diverse Books asks that publishers continue to allow employees to work from home after the Covid-19 outbreak fades. By Alaina Leary “This is not a remote position. Candidates are expected to perform work on-site in our office,” is a line that I look for in every job posting before …

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Via The Authors Guild The Authors Guild has co-signed a statement (Click link for statement, or read below) issued on April 21 condemning the increase in attacks on LGBTQ books included in school curricula and circulated in public libraries. We have joined a coalition of national groups to fight this particularly insidious form of censorship …

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