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How to Advertise Yourself Effectively

by Devyani Borade Your dream magazine, with its worldwide readership, vast inexhaustible coffers, quick acceptance-to-publication turnarounds and generous word counts, is probably just that—a dream. So you decide to compromise: you can live with lower pay rates, slow issue releases, and tight space constraints. But if it ain’t being seen by the right people, what’s…

Left Bank Books shortlisted for Publishers Weekly Bookstore of the Year

Left-Bank Books

by Lauren Wiser Left Bank Books has been shortlisted for the Publishers Weekly 2015 Bookstore of the Year Award, which highlights singular achievements in the bookselling industry. The list, which was released this morning, includes Left Bank Books; Books & Books in Miami, FL; McLean & Eakin Booksellers in Petoskey, MI; Powell’s Books in Portland, OR;…

Book Review by Julie: Hangman by Chris Bohjalian

by Julie Earhart-Cracchiolo Probably the scariest book I have ever read is Stephen King’s Misery. Now I must say that one of Chris Bohjalian’s earliest novels, Hangman, is taking the number two slot. That pushes Bohjalian’s novel The Night Strangers to third place, if anyone cares. Published in 1991,Hangman is Bohjalian’s second published novel.  It’s…