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The herald Talent Chimutambgi Youth Interactive Writer In an effort to show off his talent, rising 22-year-old author Takudzwa Mugaviri has published his first book which he hopes to launch next month. Speaking to The Herald Youth Interactive, Mugaviri said his book titled “Back To The Drawing Board” was the manual for individuals and businesses …

I can’t think of a writer I would love to see visit Aspen – perhaps at the invitation of the Aspen Institute – than Patrick Modiano. And yet, I despised the first book I read by Modiano. Too vague, too insignificant, I thought. The French novelist had just won the Nobel Prize for Literature in …

Thursday, September 30, 2021 The United States Court of Appeals for the First Circuit overturned the district court’s opinion and ordered that Roberto Ramos Perea, the playwright who adapted the novels by eminent Puerto Rican author Enrique Laguerre for the theater, no was not a true copyright owner. Perea v. Editorial Cultural Inc., Case Nos. …

EYE-WITNESS At the height of the pandemic, when I lacked comfort, I advised my children to write about what was going on. The only thing I knew for sure, I explained, was that their grandchildren would want to hear what it was like to live through those days. Let’s just say the pens weren’t exactly …

This is good news for Murakami fans. A library devoted to the Japanese novelist’s writings, albums and record collection opens next week in Tokyo as a place of literary research, cultural exchange and gathering for his fans. Haruki Murakami Library, which opens October 1 at Waseda University, its alma mater, features a replica of his …

When you say very long, how long are we talking about? Like four years? Before My battle? No, but you know, when you write a novel, there are elements that are very old. They could be in these books or in my mind or for a very long time, and I never did anything about …

DC’s line of graphic novels for young adults continues to grow, with inventive new versions of characters that fans know and love. The line has already reimagined some iconic DC heroes and villains for readers of all ages – and it looks like that will include some of the fan favorites soon. IGN recently revealed …

The Sound of the Sundial (2015) Written by Hana Andronikova and translated by David Short “Our lives are books, covered with the writing of our joy, our sorrow, our successes and our defeats. […] But our books also contain pages that are blacker than ink. […] Black pages of the dried blood of suffering and …

After several years in advertising, Clive cussler publishes his first maritime adventure novel, Mediterranean caper, in 1973. In 1977, he found gold with Raise the Titanic and was riding a wave of success when he attended his premiere vintage car auction. Cussler says he wasn’t planning on buying a car but ended up at the …

An Irish novelist claimed that some Protestants in Northern Ireland regarded the Republic as a “very strange and foreign place”. Magician author Colm Toibin also questioned whether southerners would want “sectarian hatred” of Northern Ireland and “basket” economics and politics if a United Ireland vote is taken. Speaking on RTE Radio 1’s Brendan O’Connor show …