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Get published at Northeast

Get published at Northeast

Clarissa Cerny, Reporter
May 18, 2017
Filed under Books, Campus, Top Stories

If you are a student at Northeast Community College, you have the opportunity to see your poems, fiction, art work, and photography published. The student created booklet called Voices Out of Nowhere has been around for years and gives bards, artists, and shutterbugs the chance to display their work...

New biography explores the real-life Victorian horror behind Bram Stoker’s ‘Dracula’

New biography explores the real-life Victorian horror behind Bram Stoker’s ‘Dracula’

October 31, 2016
Filed under Books

By Mary Ann Gwinn The Seattle Times (TNS) “Something in the Blood: The Untold Story of Bram Stoker, The Man Who Wrote “Dracula’” by David J. Skal; Liveright (652 pages, $35) ——— Several years ago, I read the book “Dracula” for the first time, expecting that Bram Stoker’s 19th...

2016 Notable Books List: Year’s best in fiction, nonfiction and poetry named by RUSA readers’ advisory experts

2016 Notable Books List: Year’s best in fiction, nonfiction and poetry named by RUSA readers’ advisory experts

January 22, 2016
Filed under Books

  BOSTON—The Notable Books Council, first established in 1944, has announced the 2016 selections of the Notable Books List, an annual best-of list comprised of 26 written for adult readers and published in the U.S., including fiction, nonfiction and poetry. The list was announced Sunday...

This Week’s Best-Sellers From Publishers Weekly

This Week’s Best-Sellers From Publishers Weekly

May 5, 2015
Filed under Books

Tribune News Service (TNS) Here are the best-sellers for the week that ended Sunday, April 19, compiled from data from independent and chain bookstores, book wholesalers and independent distributors nationwide, powered by Nielsen BookScan © 2015, The Nielsen Co. (Reprinted from Publishers Weekly, publ...

This Week’s Best-Sellers From Publishers Weekly

This Week’s Best-Sellers From Publishers Weekly

May 5, 2015
Filed under Books

Tribune News Service (TNS) Here are the best-sellers for the week that ended Sunday, April 26, compiled from data from independent and chain bookstores, book wholesalers and independent distributors nationwide, powered by Nielsen BookScan © 2015, The Nielsen Co. (Reprinted from Publishers Weekly, publ...

Stephen Church Explores The Story Of ‘King John’

Stephen Church Explores The Story Of ‘King John’

April 23, 2015
Filed under Books

By Tish Wells McClatchy Washington Bureau (TNS) “King John: And the Road to Magna Carta” by Stephen Church; Basic Books, (328 pages, $29.99) ——— England’s King John was a loser even to his contemporaries back in the 13th century. However, he’s a very memorable loser who has been ...

‘The Phantom of Menace’ Is A Delightful Parody Of ‘Star Wars,’ Shakespeare

‘The Phantom of Menace’ Is A Delightful Parody Of ‘Star Wars,’ Shakespeare

April 23, 2015
Filed under Books

By Tish Wells McClatchy Washington Bureau (TNS) “William Shakespeare’s The Phantom of Menace: Star Wars Part the First (William Shakespeare’s Star Wars)” by Ian Doescher; Quirk Books (176 pages, $14.95) ——— Here we go again into the world where William Shakespeare and “Star Wars...

Mysteries: Coben’s ‘The Stranger’ Is Spellbinding From First Sentence

Mysteries: Coben’s ‘The Stranger’ Is Spellbinding From First Sentence

April 23, 2015
Filed under Books

By Salem Macknee McClatchy Washington Bureau (TNS) “The Stranger” by Harlan Coben; Dutton (400 pages, $27.95) Harlan Coben is a master of “the hook,” the art of grabbing you on the first page. In this case he manages it in the first sentence: “The stranger didn’t shatter Adam’s world all at ...

Cookbook Serves As An Introduction To Mystery Writers, ‘Murderous’ Recipes

Cookbook Serves As An Introduction To Mystery Writers, ‘Murderous’ Recipes

April 23, 2015
Filed under Books

By Tish Wells McClatchy Washington Bureau (TNS) “The Mystery Writers of America Cookbook,” edited by Kate White; Quirk Books ($24.95, 175 pages) ——— Mystery writers like to eat. So do their characters. Here’s an opportunity to meet and greet both without having any calories heading towa...

This Week’s Best-Sellers From Publishers Weekly

This Week’s Best-Sellers From Publishers Weekly

February 19, 2015
Filed under Books

Tribune News Service (TNS) Here are the best-sellers for the week that ended Sunday, Feb. 15, compiled from data from independent and chain bookstores, book wholesalers and independent distributors nationwide, powered by Nielsen BookScan © 2015, The Nielsen Co. (Reprinted from Publishers Weekly, publ...

‘Shoes’ Unveils Mystery, History Of Footwear

‘Shoes’ Unveils Mystery, History Of Footwear

February 12, 2015
Filed under Books

By Tish Wells McClatchy Washington Bureau (TNS) “Shoes: An Illustrated History” by Rebecca Shawcross; Bloomsbury (256 pages, $40) ——— “Shoes: An Illustrated History” by Rebecca Shawcross shows the human fascination with footwear over millennia. It starts in primitive times, when all h...

Harper Lee Sequel To ‘To Kill a Mockingbird’ Coming In July

Harper Lee Sequel To ‘To Kill a Mockingbird’ Coming In July

February 5, 2015
Filed under Books

By Brittny Mejia Los Angeles Times (TNS) A recently discovered novel by Harper Lee will be published in July, her first since her acclaimed “To Kill a Mockingbird” was published in 1960. Publisher Harper announced on Tuesday that it had acquired the rights to Lee’s novel, titled “Go Set a Wa...

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