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Greg Britton 19h
Last thing for Follow Friday: my publishing friends should follow
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A clearer existence is possible: listen to Elaine Birchall, author of "Conquer the Clutter," speak about hoarding and recovery on a new episode of :
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It's the last day of Technical Week and the final book up for review is "Renewable Energy and Wildlife Conservation" which the says is a must-read for anyone "in search of a better understanding of two of the defining challenges of our age."
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Well-read Naturalist Jan 17
concludes with a look at a new book from that takes the sometimes surprisingly divided fields of renewable energy and wildlife conservation as its subjects.
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AUPresses Jan 17
Look at these entries from Johns Hopkins University Press! We're glad to have in competition for the 2020 Book, Jacket, and Journal Show, and wish you good luck.
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Johns Hopkins Press Jan 17
In celebration of their new adaptation of 's incomplete "Sanditon" runs down all of the author's novels with "The Making of Jane Austen" author . . What's your favorite?
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Johns Hopkins Press Jan 17
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If we might jump in, it is available for preorder! From most major booksellers as well as
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Johns Hopkins Press Jan 17
Congratulations to our "Generous Thinking" author on receiving this NEH grant for her project.
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Johns Hopkins Press Jan 16
Congratulations to Lee Connell, who published her award-winning short story collection "Subcortical" with us in 2017, on being awarded this NEA fellowship!
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Johns Hopkins Press Jan 16
Can universities allocate resources better by focusing on individual course enrollments? Author of "Reengineering the University" and the forthcoming "Resource Management for Colleges and Universities" William F. Massy answers at .
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Devoney Looser Jan 16
Breaking! expert has insights. Thx for the chance to lend my voice to your Guide to the Novels for the new series. Any day you get to comment on buttered toast & thick cocoa is a good day.
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Jeff Selingo Jan 16
Without WiFi on this ✈️ from Phoenix, no distractions as I read this next book from . On sale in April from
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Johns Hopkins Press Jan 16
How did become one of the biggest names in literature? In this excerpt from "The Lost Books of Jane Austen," Janine Barchas argues it wasn't first editions or prestigious, high value reprints, but cheap, often sensationalist reprints.
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Johns Hopkins Press Jan 16
Journal of Early Christian Studies is the official publication of the North American Patristics Society (NAPS), encompassing patristic studies of late ancient societies and scholarship. Check out their latest fall issue here.
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Well-read Naturalist Jan 16
continues with ’ new “How To Count Bears.” 😉
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Johns Hopkins Press Jan 16
Technical Week on the continues this Thursday with a review of "Quantitative Analyses in Wildlife Science," edited by Leonard Brennan, Andrew N. Tri, & Bruce G. Marcot and playfully referred to as "How to Count Bears" by Acq. Ed :
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Johns Hopkins Press Jan 16
Don't miss the review of James M. Lundberg's new biography of Horace Greeley, one of the most fascinating personalities of 19th century America.
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Johns Hopkins Press Jan 15
Still kinda in shock over the mention of Susan J. Wolfson's "Romantic Shades in Shadows" in this context. Thank you for helping keep things light...!
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Johns Hopkins Press Jan 15
As the book's Publisher, we're very happy to acknowledge this.
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