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Theatre researcher/practitioner. PhD AngloJewish drama. Arts Matter. Work in communication: writing/performance/on-line/social media. Management. Bookstores. Publishing. Teaching and Learning.
– Dec 20, 2018, 10:38 PM
Epigraphs are a lovely part of books—usually a fancy line from a very old work that the author feels in their soul. This year was (another) hard one, and the epigraphs of 2018 are a comfort. I once had a teacher who said epigraphs were…
– Dec 8, 2017, 3:38 AM
Well, 2017 sure was something. Let's take a look at the best epigraphs of books published this year! An epigraph is an introductory quote to a book or chapter, generally to give a feel for the theme. And 2017 gave us some gems. Idea brought to us…
Well, well, well. We meet again. My favorite tradition is rounding up the best epigraphs of the year, and 2019 had some real winners. Since I started compiling this yearly roundup, I've fallen more in love with the concept of epigraphs and how they…
The New York Times
Michael D. Shear
– Dec 13, 4:34 PM
WASHINGTON — It was the rarest of moments in the nation's capital, a seemingly sincere attempt at persuasion across the partisan breach by the Democratic chairman of the House Judiciary Committee on the eve of the panel's vote to impeach…
An Alaska newspaper publisher is ready to hand his operation to a new owner at an unbeatable price: $0. Larry Persily, a longtime journalist who runs the Skagway News in the state's panhandle, is willing to give away the small-town paper to a…