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Books + Stop-Motion Animation + Spike Jonze = The brilliant Mourir Auprès de Toi (To Die By Your Side), a tragicomic love story for book lovers. NOTE: Not for kids.
The Water Footprint of a Pair of Jeans
Recently, Wendy Pabich gave her first talk about TAKING ON WATER, her upcoming book, to a great audience of family, friends, and kids. She also served as an artist-in-residence, working with visitors on a collaborative art project to build a large wave covered with recycled denim. The form measured about nine feet long by seven feet wide by six feet tall, and represented the volume of water...
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An AGENT OBVIOUS TIP that needs more than 140...
AGENT OBVIOUS tips include unsolicited advice for authors, agents, and editors. I’ve been on both sides of the fence. I hear stories from dozens of authors, agents, and editors. Every “tip” is supported by multiple examples. That doesn’t mean there aren’t exceptions, but still I never expect any of these tips to shock people who have spent a lot of time in...
HIV researcher at the Ragon Institute of Massachusetts General Hospital, MIT and Harvard Nathalia Holt, PhD’s THE BERLIN PATIENTS, focusing on the moving personal stories of two men whose HIV infections were cured in distinct yet essentially related ways, revealing the imminent promise of a cure for HIV, and charting the paradigm shift the science of our genetic profiles is finally...
A Must-Have for Narrative Nonfiction Writers
If you’re writing narrative nonfiction, you owe it to yourself to read STORYCRAFT: The Complete Guide to Writing Narrative Nonfiction by Jack Hart. It’s an invaluable resource for today’s book author.
Does Your Title Pass "The Stranger Test"?
Here’s something to think about when considering titles for a book. Imagine you meet someone for the first time, and that person knows nothing about you. You exchange the usual greeting, and then she asks you what you do. You say, “I’m writing a book. It’s called ________________.” Stop. Now, be honest with yourself. How compelling is your book title? Do her eyes...