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An Independent Press Promoting and Publishing Finely Crafted Fiction and Short Stories
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Pim Wiersinga and the Rotterdam Literary Scene

People need more art: without empathy and our imaginative faculties we are doomed to lose touch with our inexorable differences in the complex world of 2050. Says the Dutch Social and Cultural Planning Bureau.

CALL010 (010 being the Rotterdam area code) anticipates a future that’s artistic and grounded in physical space: In 2017, on May 21st, writers, musicians, and visual artists will perform in private homes now briefly open to the public, located in the Boulevard area....

https://regalhousepublishing.com/2017/05/21/pim-wiersinga-and-rotterdams-literary-scene/

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Release of Speak and Speak Again, thought-provoking essays on immigration, women's rights, race relations, and concerns for American society. Pact Press is immensely proud to donate all net proceeds from the sale of this anthology to support the fine work of the Southern Poverty Law Center in their battle against discrimination.
https://www.amazon.com/Speak-Again-Pact-Press-Anthology/dp/0991261267/ref=sr_1_1?s=books&ie=UTF8&qid=1495192825&sr=1-1&keywords=9780991261260
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Check out the Inside Scoop with Carol Hebald at Off the Precipice as she discusses her new release A Warsaw Chronicle!

http://offtheprecipice.com/2017/04/02/inside-scoop-with-carol-hebald/


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Tune in to hear Carol Hebald reading live from A Warsaw Chronicle at New York's Cornelia St Cafe, March 28th, 6 p.m.!

https://www.livamp.com/cornelia/

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An Evening of Prose and Music: Catch Regal House author Carol Hebald reading from A Warsaw Chronicle at the Cornelia Street Cafe tonight at 6pm. (29 Cornelia Street, New York) A Warsaw Chronicle is based on her experience as a visiting professor at Warsaw University during the early 1980s. For the music component, composer and pianist Dalit Warshaw will present two works influenced by her Polish-Jewish origins.



http://www.corneliastreetcafe.com/underground/performances.asp



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In the closing years of the eighteenth century, the once great Qianlong reign languishes in a morass of corruption and waste. The emperor, formerly the powerful ruler of a thriving dynasty, is now the feeble tool of his devious minister, Heshen, who plies his ruler with opium and whispers shadowy innuendos into his receptive ear. This dark stagnancy is abruptly interrupted when the English envoy of King George III refuses to perform the traditional obeisance: the kowtow. The Imperial Interpreter Second Class, the alluring Lady Cao Baoqin, assigned to the English embassy, is consequently incarcerated in the Pavilion of Forgotten Concubines, destined to end her days among these forlorn flowers of decades past. Lady Cao, however, is much more than she appears to be; rumours whisper of her mysterious association with the much-revered author of the Dream of the Red Chamber–a novel as politically dangerous as it is galvanizing. Loved by a stalwart Dutch diplomat, coveted by the Grand Censor, and scorned by the power-seeking Heshen, Lady Cao is a delicate pillar of indomitable strength and fortitude. Set amidst the intrigue of a dilapidated court, The Pavilion of Forgotten Concubines is a work of lyrical eloquence in which one woman emerges as the most unexpected of heroes, a woman who, through the indomitable power of her ink-reed, will defy an empire.

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Fitzroy Books is proud to to present 'Behind the Scenes with Molly Elwood'

Molly Elwood was born in Oregon’s suburbs and then raised in Oregon’s Wild West (which is strangely in the central part of the state).

She began writing the way that most people do, as a small child with small words. Then the words got a bit longer and so did the sentences. Before she knew it, she liked words more than most other things, like numbers or cooking, or social graces like not reading at the dinner table (or while riding a bike or when attending weddings or funerals).

After reading everything she could get her hands on, Molly realized this surprising fact: “Whoa…someone actually has to write this stuff!”

And this “stuff” wasn’t just books, but billboards and instruction pamphlets and soup labels—which may not sound hugely exciting to most people, but Molly loved a well-written soup label. So Molly got two degrees in Writing. Then she traveled around the world a bit, so in case anyone asked her to write about, say, the castles of Ireland or the street-food of China or the baguettes in France or the cocoa plantations in Panama, she’d be ready.

Molly now lives in Portland with Zach (her handsome, genius writer-husband) and Achilles (her handsome, genius writer-cat). She works as a copywriter/creative mind and spends her free time watching bad movies, reading good books, and scheming ways to get on a plane to anywhere. She is currently obsessed with the multiple worlds theory and how it affects cat behavior.

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