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Poe vs Doyle - Canadian Anthologies Short Listed For Aurora SF Award

Apr
07

EDGE Science Fiction and Fantasy Publishing is pleased to announce that two of their most popular anthologies have been shortlisted for the Aurora awards/Prix Auroras in the Best Related Works category

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"nEvermore! Tales of Murder, Mystery and the Macabre"
Neo-Gothic fiction inspired by Edgar Allan Poe

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49 Tips & Insights for Understanding Addiction by Juan Blea, MA, LADC

Mar
21

Santa Fe, New Mexico – March 21, 2016. Addicts and their self-destructive behavior can be exasperating, confusing, and heartbreaking for families, friends and therapists touched by their loved ones’ journey toward recovery. In 49 Tips and Insights for Understanding Addiction, author Juan Blea urges readers to approach addiction from a place of compassion and love rather than judgment and anger.

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Breaking Big Money's Grip on America by Bruce Berlin

Mar
21

Breaking Big Money’s Grip on America by Bruce Berlin

Berlin starkly exposes Big Money’s increasing control of our government and calls for a grassroots, nonpartisan, nationwide Democracy Movement to fix our broken political system and revive democracy in America.

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The Secondary Target by Diane Lynn

Mar
21

Announcing the Release of The Secondary Target by Diane Lynn

In The Secondary Target, author Diane Lynn immerses readers in the fascinating world of Manhattan’s elite as they interact with some of the city’s darkest characters, creating a fast-paced and suspenseful page-turner that culminates in a gripping conclusion.

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Creative ideas and practical guidance for librarians supporting research and scholarly communication

Mar
17

Facet Publishing have announced the release of two new books, Practical Tips for Facilitating Research and Dynamic Research Support for Academic Libraries.

Higher education is in a period of rapid evolution and academic libraries must continually evaluate and adjust their services to meet new needs. Librarian roles are changing and new specialisms, such as data librarians are emerging. Activities are being driven by researcher requirements such as the demand for wider dissemination and the impact of research.

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Follett, EBSCO Announce eBook Partnership

Feb
01

McHENRY, Ill., February 1, 2016 – Follett announced it is partnering with EBSCO Information Services to make approximately 600,000 EBSCO-hosted eBooks available for ordering through Titlewave, Follett’s premier collection development and order platform for K-12 schools.

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Choice Awards Three Brill Publications as “Outstanding Academic Titles” in 2015

Jan
12

Leiden (NL) / Boston (MA) / Singapore (SG) – 12 January 2016

Brill is proud to announce that three Brill publications have made Choice magazine’s 2015 list of Outstanding Academic Titles. Selected by Choice review editors, the awarded titles are representative of Brill’s rich publishing program.

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The new Facet Publishing catalogue

Jan
12

The new Facet catalogue is out now and available to download here: http://bit.ly/1NLky5F. The catalogue contains details about all new Facet books publishing in the first half of 2016 including the following highlights:

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Looking Back, Looking Ahead with Jaeger, Bertot and Hines

Dec
18

Bingley, United Kingdom, 14 December 2015 – The field of Library and Information Science (LIS) is continually evolving in order to keep up with the ever changing digital landscape.

As we approach the end of 2015, Emerald Group Publishing, global publisher linking research and practice to the benefit of society, asked their LIS book series editors Paul T. Jaeger, John Carlo Bertot and Samantha Hines to summarize the biggest changes in librarianship this year and to share what differences they predict for 2016.

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Foundations of Library and Information Science

Dec
15

Facet Publishing have announced the release of the fourth edition of Richard Rubin’s classic LIS textbook.

Foundations of Library and Information Science offers a firm underpinning of knowledge and guidance for LIS students and professionals alike. It will prepare LIS students and professionals to cope with and effectively manage their many complex responsibilities by:

• providing an introduction to the LIS field
• identifying and discussing the current major topics and issues in LIS that will continue to affect the profession for years to come

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