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Some libraries deserve to close, says 'digital inclusion' charity | Guardian http://pw-ne.ws/f5a37
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Elena Belias born on August 2, 1966 in Manhattan New York, NY.
Born to a Family of 5 children, Middle child, only girl. Multi-cultural
Greek and Puerto Rican parents. Started writing in elementary as far
Back as in sixth grade. One Teacher encourage me to write to express
Myself. Ms. Michelle Shielier was my 6th grade teacher who taught me
To write stories. Which then in turn got me interested in Poems. Started
Mixing reality with make believe to create stories. By the time I was in 10th
Grade My English teacher introduce me to Poetry. Which I was fascinated
By. Since I've always rhymed words alot. My first Poem or Song was written in 1983. Creativity seems to be apart of my Family Two of my Brothers write and also family members examples: great grandmother, aunt, cousins. Poetry comes from within me, life's happenings, and dreams.
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Two months after a damning New York Times story about Amazon's corporate culture, the retailer has posted a blistering response. It accuses the paper of misrepresenting the company.
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Garth Greenwell movingly tells the story of how his first novel got written and published...

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Debut novelist Garth Greenwell explains why selling a first book is an emotional roller coaster—especially if the writer is still finishing his M.F.A.
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This week: a bright and colorful atlas of classic literature, and the latest from Michel Houellebecq and Orhan Pamuk.
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Led by girl-focused comics, sales of kids' and YA graphic novels continue to grow and publishers used New York Comic Con to launch a spate of new properties targeting girls and young women.
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Without a face-off between a Big Five publisher and the world’s largest bookseller or a major e-book price-fixing case, 2015 was, by trade standards, a quiet year marked by unexpected new books from two bestsellers: E.L. James and Harper Lee.
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Teaching and publishing aren’t the only two tracks for post-M.F.A. employment. Many M.F.A. grads find their workshop-honed skills are powerful assets in fields that have little or nothing to do with writing.
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It's new release Tuesday! New books coming this week by Orphan Pamuk and Paul Murray!

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This week: a bright and colorful atlas of classic literature, and the latest from Michel Houellebecq and Orhan Pamuk.
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I have a thing for literary iPhone cases with book quotes because of my strange habit: I need to change my iPhone case out every few months, otherwise I'll get bored and take mine off. And when that happens, I'm bound to drop it or get scolded by my friends and family for not protecting my phone.
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