Students return to Yik Yak after anonymous social app relaunch

And you thought you bellowed your last yak. After a four-year hiatus, the Yik Yak social media app is back. Is it here to stay? Particularly popular on school campuses, Yik Yak allows users to create short, anonymous messages visible only to those within a 5 mile radius. Originally launched …

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Delta Literary Arts Society Launches With Halloween-Themed Show – North Delta Reporter

The newly launched Delta Literary Arts Society (DLAS) is wasting no time in bringing its first event to North Delta audiences. On Saturday, October 23, the company is hosting Killer Verse: A Night of Literary Terror, a multi-faceted production featuring “undead” costumed actors and ushers, at the new North Delta …

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CDC seeks information on COVID-19 vaccine status application – MeriTalk

The Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC) is seeking information on an app to electronically check COVID-19 tests and vaccination status for CDC staff. According to a information request (RFI), the agency – with a global workforce of around 25,000 – said it was seeking to “understand the capabilities …

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HBO Max PS5 app receives big update just before Dune arrives

The HBO Max app on PS4 and PS5 has received a major update with a list of notable improvements. As first reported by Streamable, the HBO Max app has received a major update for PS4 and PS5 (as well as Roku). The user interface of the app itself hasn’t changed, …

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NU students launch app to promote in-person interaction

Photo courtesy of VibeQuest VibeQuest founders Rousseau, Richardson, Moses and Sanghavi. The four pose behind a banner they made ahead of Saturday morning’s launch party. Weinberg’s sophomores Avi Sanghavi, Jack Moses and Carl Richardson sat in Moses’ room late on a Friday night last spring with a pressing dilemma. “We’re …

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CBP signs contract with Amazon-owned Wickr encrypted chat app

U.S. Border Patrol officers, part of Customs and Border Protection, as they detain Central American asylum seekers near McAllen, Texas, in June 2018.Photo: John moore (Getty Images) United States Customs and Border Protection (CBP) deploys Amazon’s Wickr-owned encrypted chat application in “all components” of its operations, Motherboard reported on Tuesday, …

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Spotify’s app could severely drain your iPhone battery

Usually, we will tell you to update your iPhone immediately when these updates are released, as they usually contain very important security fixes. Today we might be saying you have to wait a bit before pushing your iPhone to iOS 15. And that’s because an app you are probably using …

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This new AR app helps treat arachnophobia

While your first instinct may be to run away from the things that scare you, Exposure therapy is one of the best ways to overcome your fears. It might be easy for people who are afraid of heights or the dark, but it’s not that easy when you have arachnophobia. …

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Cherokee Phoenix Launches Mobile Application | New

TAHLEQUAH – The Cherokee Phoenix will launch a new mobile app on September 22 to make content more easily accessible to its audiences. “We at Cherokee Phoenix are extremely excited to roll out our new mobile app,” said editor Tyler Thomas. “We are constantly trying to identify ways to make …

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Could the new Pokémon TCG Live app bring back retro Pokémon cards?

Of course, there are some drawbacks to any migration of old players to a new platform. In its sprawling FAQ section, The Pokémon Company is tackling some big issues. To start, Pokémon TCG Live will not support cards from the HeartGold and SoulSilver 2010 sets. This effectively kills an online …

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ByteDance’s new app limits young Chinese users to 40 minutes per day

ByteDance, the parent company of TikTok, has introduced a new platform for Chinese youth that sets strict controls on daily use. Bloomberg reports that the app, called Xiao Qu Xing or “Little Fun Star,” offers a personalized stream of short videos covering educational topics such as science, art history and …

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Miwo Japanese cursive recognition app

Akihabara News (Tokyo) – Tarin Clanuwat, a researcher with the Google Brain Tokyo team, has developed a mobile phone app to recognize Cursive Classical Japanese (kuzushiji) as modern Japanese text. Although technology enabling computers to read printed and handwritten characters (OCR) has been in use since the 1960s, kuzushiji has …

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Apple and Google drop Russian opposition app ahead of election

AppleInsider is supported by its audience and can earn commission as an Amazon Associate and Affiliate Partner on qualifying purchases. These affiliate partnerships do not influence our editorial content. The Russian election app “Smart Voting” has been removed from the App Store and Google Play in what an opposition spokesperson …

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Anti-fraud app tracks access to foreign websites, digging deeper into surveillance issues

One of the most popular new apps in China in recent months has not come from private developers in booming tech hubs, but straight out of the Ministry of Public Security. Called “National Anti-Fraud Center”, the application was launched as part of Xi Jinping’s Campaign Against Telecom and Internet Fraud. …

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The effect of mobile app-based instruction on the physical function of patients with osteoarthritis of the knee: a parallel randomized controlled trial | BMC Women’s Health

1. Silva ALP, Imoto DM, Croci AT. Comparison of cryotherapy, exercise and shortwave in the treatment of osteoarthritis of the knee. Acta Ortopédica Brasileira. 2007; 15 (4): 204-9. Item Google Scholar 2. Nelson AE. Review of the year of osteoarthritis 2017: clinic. Osteoarthritis cartilage. 2018; 26 (3): 319–25. CASE Item …

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New York app delivery workers underpaid, abused and often injured, new report finds

A delivery guy walks through Manhattan on December 2, 2020.Photo: Spencer platt (Getty Images) A new report surveyed hundreds of deliveries workers in New York and found that many experienced volatile wages, long hours, thefts and costly injuries. On top of that, they often described harsh treatment from restaurateurs, customers …

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Julien Baker explored the literary arts on ‘Little Oblivions’, now she’s ready to educate

Baker’s “Little Oblivions,” her third studio album, received widespread praise for its full band sound (new accompaniments that she performed on her own) and intentional, confident lyricism. The 12 track album is more streamlined than equally emotionally anchored “Sprained Ankle” and “Turn Out the Light”. Baker worked with producer and …

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My Disney Experience app updates Rise of the Resistance boarding group process

Get a bigger boarding team for Rise of the Resistance at Galaxy’s Edge just got a little easier as Disney made some subtle changes to boarding requirements. Disney has made a small update that could actually be very helpful for guests who have larger parties or who may be having …

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A judge orders Apple to end its stranglehold on in-app purchases

Photo: Chris Delmas/AFP via Getty Images A district judge in California ruled on Friday that Apple could no longer prohibit app developers from using non-Apple payment options or in-app purchases. The decision is a major loss for the world’s most profitable company and could end up taking a multi-billion dollar …

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AppGallery expands its range of applications by adding the Aramex mobile application

AppGallery expands its range of applications by adding the Aramex mobile application AppGallery, Huawei’s official application distribution platform, recently added Aramex Mobile, Aramex’s innovative mobile application, to its growing application portfolio. This latest addition to the AppGallery places Aramex in one of the top three application markets in the world, …

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Opportunities galore for those who would like to create a better app for caregivers with Alzheimer’s

The field of mHealth applications to help lay caregivers of Alzheimer’s patients is thin, weak and in need of innovators, according to a study published Sept. 7 in NPJ Digital Medicine. The authors of the study, a review of the literature conducted at Western University of Health Sciences in Pomona, …

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Substack reveals that Panels app integration will soon be available for comic book readers

The sub-stack has revealed they have a plan for comic book readers using an app and that involves Panels. Turns out reading comics in email might not be the best choice, so Panels Allows them not only to enhance the reading experience, but also to lock it down. Panels is …

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Founder of this scholarship app helps students around the world find – BOTWC

The app is a game-changer! The founder of the # 1 scholarship app helps students around the world find funding for their studies. Christopher Gray is the founder of Scholy, the world’s number one scholarship app. Originally from Birmingham, Alabama, Gray always dreamed of doing great things but didn’t know …

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13 new books to watch in August | Literary Arts | Pittsburgh

Click to enlarge *Pittsburgh Author Spotlight*Go away by Zoje StageReleased August 17 via MulhollandThriller, 384 pages Pittsburgh’s Zoje Stage, whose first novel Deciduous teeth was an international bestseller, returns with a new horror-tinged thriller. Since their teenage years, sisters Imogen and Beck have been best friends with …

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Book Aid International announces partnership with Novus Banking App

Book Aid International is now one of the charities that users of the Novus banking app can choose to support, based on their purchases. Since 2019, one of the beneficiary programs of Book Aid International is Echo 100Plus for refugees in Greece, an aid initiative launched on the island of …

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How can a social networking app help MS patients?

Rehabilitation psychologist Dr. Roy Aloni discusses MS distress and explains how an app can help MS patients. Multiple sclerosis (MS) is a disease that can affect the brain and spinal cord, causing a wide range of potential symptoms, including problems with vision, movement of the arms or legs, feeling, and …

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Utah Festival of the Arts 2021: Literary Arts Program, now in its 27th year, adds new features including BIPOC Literary Program, student writer readings, three-stage performances

EDITOR’S NOTE: For more on some highlights from this year’s Utah Festival of the Arts literary arts program, check out articles on BIPOC’s literary program here, AM Luzzader and Chadd VanZanten here, Danielle Susi and the student writers from the SLCC here and the independent and team poems slams here. …

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Always, Thrive Global Launch of Wellness Tracker and Application – Nonwovens Industry Magazine

Procter & Gamble’s Always menstrual care brand aimed at boosting girls’ confidence, and Thrive globally, a leading behavior change technology company founded by Arianna Huffington, has announced the launch of the Always You app, a period tracking and wellness app that helps #EndPeriodPoverty. This free mobile app is designed to …

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New app sets sexual limits before first date

Navigating the world of online dating can be intimidating, confusing, and a little scary. Are you going to meet the expectations of a potential partner? Will this person live up to your expectations? What are the possibilities ? For people who can’t have sex for medical or emotional reasons, these …

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The non-printable name app: Empowering Creators

By Taylor Lorenz New York Times Six years ago Lindsey Lee Lugrin, an aspiring social media designer and model, was lucky enough to feature in a Marc by Marc Jacobs ad campaign. She was paid $ 1,000. Lugrin was delighted. But after seeing her face plastered on billboards and in …

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USPS: Literary Arts Stamp Series Honors Multi-Genre Author

Ursula K. Le Guin Forever / USPS Stamps The groundbreaking and transgender writings of acclaimed author Ursula K. Le Guin, whose novels and short stories have increased appreciation for science fiction and fantasy, are celebrated with a new Forever stamp – the 33rd of the Postal Service Literary Arts series. …

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Don’t blame the Track & Trace app for UK ‘pingemia’

Earlier this month, almost 700,000 people in England and Wales received notifications in just a week from the COVID-19 tracking and tracing app that they should self-isolate. And soon after, the ongoing coronavirus pandemic was dubbed a “pingemia.” The app uses Bluetooth technology to alert people if they’ve spent 15 …

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Literary arts stamp series pays homage to multi-gender author

“Ursula once said she wanted to see science fiction break through the old convention walls and strike right into the next wall – and start smashing it too,” said Joseph corbett, Chief Financial Officer and Executive Vice President of the US Postal Service, who was the inaugural official for the …

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Storytel Tamil app launched | Entertainment

Storytel, one of the world’s largest audiobook and e-book streaming services with over five lakh titles globally, now offers over 1,000 audio stories in Tamil. Since 2017, Storytel has been talking about it and the audiobooks app over the past two years has introduced many Tamil books written by prominent …

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Disney app downtime causes issues for park entrance and experiences

On Thursday, Disney fans and theme park visitors reported that the My Disney Experience app (the official app for Walt Disney World Resort) and the Disneyland app (the official app for Disneyland Resort) – plus other Disney online services and phone lines – experienced some downtime. Guests began reporting issues …

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Oregon Literary Scholarship Guidelines 2022

The Oregon Literary Fellowships are intended to assist writers in Oregon to initiate, develop or complete literary projects in the fields of poetry, fiction, literary non-fiction, theater (including scripts for television and film) and literature for young readers. For 2022, Literary Arts will accept applications online only. Application deadline: September …

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The phone app and the tour highlight the old prison farm

If you want to see what happened to the old Guilford County Penitentiary Farm – which dropped “Prison” from the name about seven years ago – well, Saturday July 17th is a good opportunity to do so. Guilford County Parks and other county employees were delighted to see that the …

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Winchester’s 1455 Literary Arts Summer Festival practically returns this week

The 1455 Literary Arts Summer Festival kicked off in 2019 in person in Winchester, Virginia, before switching to virtual panels last year due to the COVID-19 pandemic. This week, the festival virtually returns with more than 70 free events from Thursday to Saturday. OMCP’s Jason Fraley gives an overview of …

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Join the virtual prevention walk live with the Charge 2021 application

Love the idea of ​​the virtual walk, but wish it weren’t so lonely? We are delighted to present the Running app! For the first time, you have the opportunity to join the Prevention Virtual walk live. Charge Running is one of the most motivating, encouraging, and social ways to exercise. …

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Toyota Supports Detroit Students With “InsideOut Literary Arts” Oral Creation

Photo provided Detroit, MI – InsideOut Literary Arts, an award-winning organization headquartered in Detroit, has announced the winners of its 2021 performance troupe supported by Toyota Motor North America. The performance troupe is part of the organization’s Citywide Poets after-school program, which provides teens with weekly creative writing workshops, publications, …

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City Books Announces Writers-in-Residence in Fall 2021 | Literary arts | Pittsburgh

Click to enlarge Photo: Courtesy of Dade Lemanski and Kelsey Swintek Dade Lemanski (left) and Kelsey Swintek (right). Dade Lemanski is working on a book on “Polish folk magic, fathers (dying) and anti-blackness among white punks”. Kelsey Swintek is working on her first collection of essays. The two will be …

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Green light for autism diagnostic app raises questions and concerns | Spectrum

Screen time: An app-based system to aid in the diagnosis of autism may soon be available. Courtesy of Cognoa Listen to this story: U.S. Food and Drug Administration (FDA) Approves App Designed to Help Clinicians diagnose autism in children, labeling it Safe for Use. But it’s still unclear whether the …

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The app maps shady spots to guide Barcelona walkers on cooler routes | Environment

A new app promises to help the people of Barcelona find the most shady route between two places to avoid the extreme heat. Nice walks, a routing tool for pedestrians first developed at a data visualization contest, aims to show users a variety of walking routes to take for their …

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Why the Google Android app is crashing and how to fix it

Photo: Sam rutherford If you come across an error message that says “Google keeps stopping” then you are not alone as there have been many reports that the Google app on Android is suffering from instability. And while it looks like Google is aware of the problem, there are a …

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McAlester Alumni Named Executive Director of Chickasaw Nation Literary Arts Division | Local News

Joe Thomas, a 2007 graduate of McAlester High School, was recently promoted to a leadership position with the Chickasaw Nation, headquartered in Ada. Chickasaw Nation Governor Bill Anoatubby appointed Chickasaw Citizen Joe Thomas as General Director of Literary Arts. “Joe Thomas understands the important role the literary arts play in …

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Literary Arts Tent is looking for authors, illustrators and poets in Norwich, NY

The Colorscape Board is busy planning the return of the Colorscape Chenango Arts Festival, scheduled for the weekend after Labor Day, September 11-12. The festival attracts around 10,000 to 12,000 attendees each year and all the favorite things to do will be back for 2021. There will be multiple stages …

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Twelve beginnings in literary arts “In search of the earth”

In spring 2020, Gray-Kontar invited 20 young people from Cleveland connected to Twelve Literary Arts to share their poems at an open-mic Zoom conference. Wallace, who lived near Washington, DC at the time, listened to the call in an effort to select a range of poems depicting a myriad of …

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12 new books to discover in June | Literary arts | Pittsburgh

Click to enlarge The chosen and the beautiful by Nghi Vo Posted on June 1 via TorHistorical / fantasy fiction, 272 pages* A Pride Month Reading * Large Gabsy fans, this one’s for you! Nghi Vo The chosen and the beautiful is a reimagining of the American classic, with Jordan …

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Las Positas College organizes its first Literary Arts Festival | New

Las Positas College is hosting its first all-day literary arts festival on Saturday May 8, a free virtual event that will feature nationally and internationally renowned authors including bestselling memoirs, Hollywood screenwriter, award-winning poets and more Again. “This event is really special because it allows LPC to showcase the amazing …

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Final Literary Arts Live calls for contemplation of the Earth – The Bates Student

On April 22, Bates hosted their last LiteraryArts Live of the year, an event that takes place several times a semester where writers from multiple genres come to share their work. To celebrate Earth Day, two poets specializing in writing about nature, the earth, how it was colonized and devastated, …

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Pamplin Media Group – Bits & Pieces: Literary Arts Virtualandia Features Young Poets

Other elements include the New Avenues for Youth mural, the Laurelhurst Club, the Ansel Adams and Lois Greenfield exhibit. Adams’ photos on display The Portland Art Museum has reopened and will bring the “Ansel Adams in Our Time” exhibit to members beginning Wednesday, April 28 and to the general public …

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With the coronavirus, the book tour is fully online | Literary arts | Pittsburgh

Click to enlarge Photo of the CP: Kaycee Orwig Anna Weber, White Whale Events Manager For many authors, a book tour is the highlight of publishing. They meet fans, sign copies of their books, and have emotional conversations with readers about what they wrote. But the onset of the COVID-19 …

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Classic Lines bookstore in Squirrel Hill purchased by Riverstone Books | Literary arts | Pittsburgh

Click to enlarge Photo: Courtesy of Riverstone Books Riverstone Books in the North Hills Classic Lines Bookstore has been a Squirrel Hill staple for years, not to mention Pittsburgh’s vibrant independent bookstore. He has been acclaimed by local community groups and has even been named a once-finalist for the Weekly …

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New Pittsburgh Children’s Book Author Gets Inspired From Family Restaurant | Literary arts | Pittsburgh

Click to enlarge Photo of the CP: Kaycee Orwig Karina Moussa, author of Wally’s delicious journey When an elf appears in your room and offers to magically teleport to countries around the world, showing you foods from different cultures, the polite thing to do is agree. So begins Wally’s journey …

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Literary Arts Announces 2021 Oregon Book Prize Finalists

Literary Arts announced the finalists for the 2021 Oregon Book Awards on Monday. A panel of selected non-Oregon writers 35 titles from all over the state be finalists in the Fiction, Poetry, Non-Fiction, Non-Fictional Creation, Children’s Literature, YA and Theater categories. This year’s tomes range from a deep historical dive …

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FSU Literary Arts Center to host bestselling author Russell Shorto’s virtual reading | Community

FROSTBURG – As part of its Spring Reading Series, the Literary Arts Center at Frostburg State University will be hosting a virtual reading by writer Russell Shorto on April 1 at 7:30 p.m. This semester, the readings will be streamed live on YouTube and then be available on the CLA …

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NEA Big Read Celebrates Indigenous Literary Arts and Culture

March 2, 2021 ASU Piper Center kicked off a series of events with a discussion on “The Round House” by Louise Erdrich It has been almost a decade since Louise Erdrich’s novel “The Round House” first told the story of Joe Coutts, a 13-year-old boy living on an Ojibwe reservation …

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City Book Writing Residency Creates Space for Local Writers | Literary arts | Pittsburgh

Click to enlarge Photo: Courtesy of City Books Alona Williams, left, and Marsha Timblin began their spring residency at City Books on February 1. Despite the common wisdom that everyone has a book in them, writers need the time, space, and support to release those books and other projects. City …

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Upper St. Clair High School Literary Arts Magazine Wins Top Honors | News

Upper St. Clair High School’s literary art magazine, Montage, recently won first place in the 2020 Scholastic Yearbook and Magazine Awards. The 2019-2020 edit has been published thanks to the work of many students, including editors Haley Beardsley, Anika Sinha, and Shana Reddy, and staff Kaitlyn Clougherty, Jordan Holleran, and …

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Three New Pittsburgh Poetry Collections You May Have Missed | Literary arts | Pittsburgh

Click to enlarge The general chaos of 2020 made it easy to miss the release of new books, movies and other works. This is especially due to the fact that all promotional events, such as in-person reads or premieres, were canceled or just got lost in the rework. To compensate, …

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Ursula K. Le Guin to feature on upcoming USPS Literary Arts stamp

After the US Postal Service essentially saved democracy, the least you can do is hang stamps. But maybe you need that soft local angle. We understood! And so, apparently, does the USPS. The Postal Service announced a new range of stamps on Friday, one of which includes Ursula K. Le …

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Literary Arts Festival spotlights local and guest artists of color

When author Sarah Rafael García’s LibroMobile started taking up space in an alleyway in Santa Ana next to 4th and Spurgeon streets, the goal was to cultivate diversity through books. The past year has been all about how to occupy online space to survive. LibroMobile Literary Arts Festival will go …

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Noepe Center for the Literary Arts announces writing workshops

The Noepe Center for the Literary Arts in Featherstone recently announced their writing workshops for winter and spring 2021. The year begins with Shira Erlichman, with her “Nothing for Granted” poetry workshop. The five-day virtual course will run from February 15 to 19, from 4:30 p.m. to 6 p.m. “In …

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4 new book releases from Pittsburgh to keep on your radar | Literary Arts | Pittsburgh

Click to enlarge All this time by Mikki Daughtry and Rachael LippincottReleased September 29 via Simon & Schuster books for young readersTeen Fiction/Contemporary Romance, 336 pagesThe authors of No. 1 New York Times Bestseller five feet away are back, this time with a teen romance novel that …

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Bhopal Literary and Art Festival to upload

The annual Bhopal-based literature and art festival Vishwarang 2020 ′ will host its second online edition due to the pandemic, featuring more than 1,000 artists, poets and writers from 50 countries. Organized by Rabindranath Tagore University in collaboration with the Tagore International Center for Arts and Culture, Bhopal, the festival …

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Kima Jones Jack Jones Literary Arts

Kayla Chilled “Making art and making money are two different things,” says Kima Jones, creator of Jack Jones Literary Arts, a multifaceted book advertising company. “Just because you can do one doesn’t mean you can do the other. The world is full of starving artists. Spend time with any writer …

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Literary Arts | National Foundation for the Arts

The literary arts inspire, enrich, educate and entertain. They remind us that there is beauty and joy in language, that others have ideas to pay attention to, that in our struggles we are not alone. By helping writers and translators create new work and connect with audiences through publishers and …

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10 books in 10 words or less | Literary arts | Pittsburgh

Click to enlarge Contemporary fiction, 272 pages A a young American Palestinian woman searches for her true identity. Released in May 2020 via Custom House (HarperCollins)Gothic fiction, 320 pages Graduate studies in an old house in the woods. Released in June 2020 via Alfred A. Knopf (Random House of Penguins) …

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Creation of an emergency fund for the literary arts for organizations in difficulty

Writers struggling due to hardship caused by COVID can now apply for a Literary Arts Emergency Fund grant. Anton PodgaikoTASS via Getty Images In April, a coalition of seven arts organizations including the National YoungArts Foundation, Creative Capital and United States Artists created Artist Relief, an initiative to provide $5,000 …

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Arts Organizations Create “Literary Arts Emergency Fund”

Trustees of the fund noted a recent survey by the nonprofit Americans for the Arts which found that 253 literary organizations had reported losses of more than $7.2 million from the virus, often due to canceled events. The impact of these organizations is diverse and national, from bringing writers into …

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Artistic organizations create an “Emergency fund for literary arts”

NEW YORK (AP) – Thanks to a grant from the Andrew W. Mellon Foundation, three major literary arts nonprofits have teamed up to administer $ 3.5 million to struggling organizations during the coronavirus pandemic. Along with the Mellon Foundation, the Academy of American Poets, the Community of Literary Magazines and …

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How and when local bookstores reopen | Literary Arts | Pittsburgh

Click to enlarge CP Photo: Jared Wickerham Inside the Asylum City Bookstore Allegheny County is officially in the green phase. For book lovers, that means you can once again browse the aisles of your favorite local bookstore. Find out which independent stores are open and when below. …

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Neukom Institute Announces Shortlist of 2020 Literary Arts Awards

The Neukom Institute for Computational Science at Dartmouth College has announced the shortlist of books for its 2020 Neukom Institute Literary Arts Awards, and that this year’s guest judge will be Sam J. Miller, author of black fish town, Destroy all monstersand the next The blade enters. The awards were …

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The Neukom Institute announces the list of finalists for the Literary Arts Awards 2020

Dartmouth College’s Neukom Institute for Computational Science has announced the shortlist of books shortlisted for its 2020 Neukom Institute Literary Arts Awards, and this year’s guest judge will be Sam J. Miller, author of Blackfish Town, Destroy all monsters, and the next one The blade enters. The awards were first …

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An Open Letter from New York City Literary Arts Organizations to Members of the New York City Council

To New York City Council Members Van Bramer, Gjonaj, Moya, Cumbo and Borelli We write to you as literary arts organizations in New York City committed to fostering the well-being of the city’s community of writers and other literary professionals struggling with the COVID outbreak. -19. We ask that you …

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Why teaching literary arts on the zoom doesn’t quite work

I skipped the Departmental Literary Arts meeting on Monday March 9 and I shouldn’t have. Item seven of our agenda, “COVID-19 “, suddenly became item # 1, and the result, as I soon learned, was that we, the professors of creative writing at Brown University, now had to begin the …

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10 books, 5 word reviews | Literary Arts | Pittsburgh

Click to enlarge CP Photo: Jordan Snowden Stationery Besides managing the music section, I’m an avid reader, writing around 20-30 books a year in addition to my full-time job as an editor for city ​​paper. (My 2020 Goodreads Reading Challenge goal is 25 books, but I’ll likely …

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Alvernia students win international honors for literary arts

Literary arts magazine Zephyrus wins second place in the Sigma Tau Delta competition For the second consecutive yearAlvernia students have been honored by the English International Honor Society, Sigma Tau Deltafor their literary and artistic work in Zephyrus, the university’s literary arts journal. “I am delighted that our students have …

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Remembering Seattle poet and teacher Judith Roche, who led the Bumbershoot Literary Arts Program

Life on Judith Roche has lived her life fascinated and immersed in the power of the written word. As a long-time poet, she has published several collections of works, including “Wisdom of the Body,” which won an American Book Award in 2007. As long-time director of Bumbershoot’s literary arts program …

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A museum to showcase the literary arts

The Laguna Art Museum and Laguna Beach Literary Laureate Lojo Simon recently announced the opening on January 18 of a special exhibition at the museum titled “Word & Image in Dialogue”, showcasing created works of art and literature. by local artists and writers. The exhibition will run until January 25. …

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