Q&A: Jean-Pierre Isbouts

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Author Jean-Pierre Isbouts talks to LJ about Who’s Who in the Bible, from the January issue

Best Acknowledgments of 2013

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Sr. Editor Margaret Heilbrun presents her annual “Best Acknowledgments” and bestows the Amanda Foreman Award upon the author(s) and book(s) her subjective committee of one found most deserving of kudos for gracious and specific thanks offered to named library and archives staff who, in providing research access to the author, helped bring the book to publication.

Going Local: Celebrating a Decade of Resident Writers

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Akashic Books publisher Johnny Temple shares his passion and appreciation of Brooklyn-affiliated writers

Janet Dailey, 1944–2013: Random Thoughts | In the Bookroom

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Library Journal‘s longtime romance columnist Kristin Ramsdell honors the passing of a genre pioneer.

Q&A: Andy Weir

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An interview with Andy Weir, author of The Martian.

Adventures in Editorial Scholarship: An Interview with Sandra Spanier

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While letter collections are not new, it may take a writer like Hemingway, with a larger-than-life reputation, to bring attention to their value as literary companions.

Language, Poetry, & the Seventh Annual Poets Forum

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Notes on poetry and panel discussions from the academy’s Poets Forum

Ebooks and Writers: The New Frontier | A Q&A with Jennifer Seasons & Jennifer Ryan

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With an extremely low price point and instant access, ebooks can fill niches quickly without high up-front publishing costs, making publishers more likely to take a chance on new writers in varied markets and genres. It is these very benefits that have left this reviewer, however, often slogging through ebook drivel to find a gem. […]

Hooking Up, Historically Speaking | In the Bookroom

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Hook up with Grand Central’s Forever authors on a tour of historical romance

Tom Clancy: Remembering a Technothriller Master

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Military fiction icon Tom Clancy died October 1 in a Baltimore hospital at the age of 66. With the publication of The Hunt for Red October in 1984, the former insurance agent was catapulted into the spotlight when President Ronald Reagan commented that he enjoyed the book. Clancy’s descriptions of military weapons and strategies were […]

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