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Shakespeare Plays Key Role in Teaching Children to Take Creative Leaps
Somewhere, in the depths of your memory, you can probably still recall a quote or two from Shakespeare. Everybody in the UK studies the Bard at school – whether they ...
August 8, 2014
Once Upon a Time Season 4 Spoilers: Belle’s Past Before Meeting Rumplestiltskin Likely Explored; and Sidney to Return
Once Upon a Time season 4 will have a lot going on even outside of the Frozen characters ...
August 7, 2014
Book of Poetry an Eloquent Ode to Ancient China
Fulfilling his wish to give Western readers a taste of Chinese culture, Ottawa resident Reuben Tom Kee has ...
July 29, 2014
Without World War I, What Would Literature Look Like Today?
As we begin to commemorate the outbreak of World War I in earnest, just how central the "Great" ...
July 28, 2014
Booksellers in France: Sacrifices Beyond Economical Considerations
PARIS--With a dwindling turnover (10 % every year for the past 5 years) and tough competition from giant groups ...
July 21, 2014
Book Reviewing Is an Art, in Its Own Way
There should be no hard and fast rules concerning book reviewing. That's because reviewing constitutes a worthy genre ...
July 18, 2014
David Mitchell’s Tale of 280 Tweets and the Return of the Victorian Serial
Booker-shortlisted novelist David Mitchell is currently launching his new short story The Right Sort – on Twitter. The ...
July 16, 2014
Legendary Sherlock Holmes Villain Professor Moriarty Inspired by Real-Life Criminal Mastermind Adam Worth
He is the “Napoleon of Crime,” as described by Holmes. As it turns out, Sir Arthur Conan Doyle, ...
July 12, 2014
Author Diana Gabaldon Reaches Out to Fans
Diana Gabaldon appeared like magic. All of a sudden, she was standing right behind me in the Chapters ...
June 30, 2014
Children’s Books on the Refugee Experience Are Crucial Reading
While facts and figures are useful to understand the scale of the refugee problem, for most people it's ...
June 29, 2014
Fiction Writer Riffs Off Real Life Horror
The dystopia imagined by a science fiction author was inspired by reports of organ harvesting in China.
June 27, 2014
ARC Poetry Magazine a Showcase for Canadian Writers
ARC Poetry Magazine is dedicated to publishing the best of Canadian poetry.
June 3, 2014
Christopher Awards: Honoring the Human Spirit in the Arts
Each year, The Christophers, a non-profit dedicated to the “service to God and humanity,” has honored creatives and ...
May 27, 2014
4 Famous Authors Who Got Their Stories in Dreams: Stephen King, Stephenie Meyer, More
Inspiration, dreams, and fancy all seem to come from the same ethereal realm accessed by part of us ...
May 20, 2014
Engineer Decodes Cryptic Notes in 1504 Edition of the Odyssey
When a 16-century Venetian edition of Homer’s Odyssey surfaced in 2007, the text included handwritten notes in the ...
May 12, 2014
Operation Cactus: India’s 1988 Intervention in the Maldives
A defining moment in the India-Maldives strategic relationship occurred in 1988 when India intervened in the Maldives to ...
April 20, 2014
An Appreciation of Cyril Dabydeen’s Storytelling
Cyril Dabydeen is a writer who enhances the reader’s share of the narrative. A story that engages the ...
April 12, 2014
Things to do During NYC Rare Book Week, April 1–8
NEW YORK—The New York Antiquarian Book Fair may be the best-known event during Rare Book Week, but many ...
March 31, 2014
A Character Fit for a Novel
Varian Fry was an American journalist and Harvard graduate who saved more than 2,000 artists and anti-Nazi activists ...
March 3, 2014
Black History Month Exhibit in Albany Features First Edition of ‘12 Years a Slave’
This year’s Black History Month will be celebrated at the New York state Capitol in Albany, with an ...
February 7, 2014
Book Review: ‘Tiger Woman on Wall Street’
Junheng Li's analysis in “Tiger Woman on Wall Street” goes far deeper than the hyped-up image of Chinese ...
January 24, 2014
How to Be Happy: Winnie-the-Pooh’s Wise Quotes for Grown-Up Kids
Although Alan Alexander Milne (1882–1956) created Winnie-the-Pooh as a children’s book character, this cartoon bear’s thoughts can sometimes ...
January 19, 2014
5 Extraordinary Writers Abandoned in Their Time
5 Extraordinary Writers Abandoned in Their Time, including Xibo who was made by the king to eat his ...
January 8, 2014
When Terror Was Called ‘Liberation’ in China
In his latest book, the historian Frank Dikötter describes the early years of the Chinese Communist Party’s rule ...
December 23, 2013
The Book Behind the Mandela Biopic
Behind the film "Mandela: Long Walk To Freedom," is the book "Madiba A to Z: The Many Faces ...
December 12, 2013
Book Review: ‘A Gift to Remember’ by Melissa Hill
Darcy Archer, bookworm and daydreamer, works in a book shop in New York. Despite the pleading from her ...
December 10, 2013
Inside the Power Cult of the Chinese Communist Party
The study, “The Good Communist,” provides fascinating detail about the training of members of the Chinese Communist Party, ...
December 1, 2013
Milley Says Operation of Africa Command Under Review, Denies US Pulling Out
US Drug Overdose Deaths Drops for First Time Since 1990
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China Reports 4 More Cases in Viral Pneumonia Outbreak
The Associated Press
4 Killed, One Injured in Family Shooting in Utah Suburb
The Associated Press
Trump Adds Ken Starr, Alan Dershowitz to Impeachment Defense Team
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Companies Using Facial Recognition Need to Follow Ethical Standards: Lawmakers
Iraqi Air Force Destroys ISIS Camps in Northeast Iraq Amid Reports of Anti-ISIS Operations Resuming
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