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Humble Bundle rises to new challenges

Jul 07 2020: Humble Bundle's mission is to support charity while providing awesome content to customers at great prices. Under the Humble Bundle model, consumers can pay what they wish for DRM-free digital content, with some of the proceeds going to nonprofits.

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Melania Trump's former aide to release 'explosive' memoir

Jul 07 2020: A former senior aide to Melania Trump who helped oversee Donald Trump’s inauguration has written an “explosive” memoir detailing her 15-year friendship with the first lady, according to reports.

Stephanie Winston Wolkoff was appointed as an unpaid adviser to the ...

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Publisher moves up release of book by Trump niece

Jul 06 2020: The publisher of a tell-all book written by President Donald Trump’s niece Mary is planning to rush the book out next Tuesday despite ongoing litigation aimed at bottling up the insider account of life in the Trump family.

Simon & Schuster announced Monday that “due ...

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Prime Minister pledges £1.5bn lifeline to keep UK's arts sector afloat

Jul 06 2020: Britain’s beleaguered arts and heritage sectors have been promised £1.57bn (approx US$2bn) of help in a long-awaited rescue package described by the government as the biggest one-off investment in UK culture.

After weeks of desperate warnings that the UK was facing ...

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Mary Trump questions validity of the nondisclosure agreement she signed, saying it was based on fraud

Jul 04 2020: Mary L. Trump, whose pending tell-all memoir about her uncle President Trump has incited a court fight on the eve of publication, spoke out for the first time publicly about the battle, saying that her book has “deep national relevance” and that the legal contract the ...

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What it is like to be black in UK publishing

Jul 03 2020: Publishing is in the middle of a reckoning. In the weeks since the death of George Floyd, as black authors topped UK books charts for the first time, and #Publishingpaidme exposed the disparities in what black and white writers are paid, publishers – long criticised for...

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Harry Potter fan sites distance themselves from JK Rowling over transgender rights

Jul 03 2020: Two of the biggest Harry Potter fan sites have distanced themselves from author JK Rowling because of her beliefs on transgender rights, calling them at odds with the message of empowerment in her best-selling books.

Websites the Leaky Cauldron and Mugglenet said on ...

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What it's like to be Black in publishing

Jul 02 2020: The publishing industry has long been criticized for hiring and retaining so few employees of color — according to a survey of the work force released this year by the children’s book publisher Lee & Low Books, only five percent are Black. But the calls to diversify ...

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