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Dystopian Literature Sells Bigly

Since the election of the bloated, orange pustule, dystopian fiction has become so popular that George Orwell’s iconic novel 1984 has jumped to the top of bestseller lists around the world. Penguin publishing has announced that it is rushing another … Continue reading

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Enough Already

Overheard at Small World Coffee in Princeton, New Jersey this week: “Enough already with the blogs and tweeting”. Yeah, maybe enough with the tweeting, but I say keep the blogs coming.

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Small Business Saturday: Bookshop Edition

Today marks the second annual Small Business Saturday. On one of the busiest shopping weekends of the year in North America, shoppers are encouraged to patronize their local stores to help suppport area businesses. You can do your part to … Continue reading

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Envisioning The World

“Envisioning The World” is a collection of early printed maps that offers snapshots of a world that was largely unknown at the time many of the maps were made. For most people, then, familiar territory encompassed not much more than a neighborhood. … Continue reading

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