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Former model Radhaa Nilia moves to Radhaa publishing house

Radhaa Nilia, a former model known for her glamor and curves, is now known for her creativity and her bestselling Awakening Starseeds book series. As the founder of Radhaa Publishing House, Radhaa is busy organizing collaborative books with international authors. We had an intimate interview with her to see how she went from modeling in LA to curating books in ...

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“Inexorable” criticism: a nanny from hell in a nest of old money

A usurping melodrama under another name remains a usurping melodrama, and Fabrice du Welz’s latest does not really try to hide its genre conventions: “Inexorable” could just as well be called “Single White Female Nanny” or “ Fatal Domestic ”. Still, while this isn’t the most surprising or original among the Belgian director’s character-driven thrillers to date, it does grab ...

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Radhaa Publishing House Prepares Collaborative Book On Energy Healing As Covid-19 Pandemic Continues

Energy Healing & Soul Medicine, next collaborative book from Radhaa Publishing House This is a call for energy healers, holistic practitioners and innovators to be part of a collaborative book curated by Radhaa Nilia of Radhaa Publishing House. “We are announcing the launch of the book Energy Healing and Soul Medicine which will be released early next year, 2022 and ...

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“Lost Children Archive” opens to Persian readers

TEHRAN – The 2019 novel by Mexican writer Valeria Luiselli “Lost Children Archive” has been published in Persian. Vida Eslamieh, Persian translator of the Harry Potter book series, returned the book published by the Agar publishing house in Tehran. The novel, which is in part inspired by the current US policy of separating children from their parents on the US-Mexico ...

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Author who accused trans lobby of trying to ‘supplant biology’ says it was quashed

Best-selling author who accuses trans lobby of trying to ‘supplant biology’ says it was quashed by BBC and Waterstones Author Helen Joyce posted Trans: When Ideology Meets Reality last month Best-selling writer says she has since been snubbed by BBC and other media Book says trans movement is like “new state religion” with “blasphemy laws” By Chris Hastings Arts Correspondent ...

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How John Cage, the big disruptor, had the last laugh – by writing great music | Jean Cage

In the summer of 1990, John Cage lectured at the International New Music Gathering in Darmstadt, Germany, and effectively admitted defeat. The then 76-year-old American composer announced that his philosophical ideas of freedom and collaboration, concepts embedded in his avant-garde musical compositions since the 1950s, had failed to influence reality. The world had become worse, not better. It was “a ...

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Sydney Opera House Mentorship Program Announced for Various Emerging Writers

23 Aug 2021 @booksandpublishing Writers Patricia Arcilla and Joyce Chew are the two recipients of Sydney Opera House’s inaugural mentorship for various emerging writers, presented in partnership with Sweatshop. Chew and Arcilla each receive $ 1,000, an Antidote digital pass to the festival and mentorship from affiliate mentors at Sweatshop, Winnie Dunn and Declan Fry. Two candidates, Adrian Mouhajer and ...

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Unique Literary Festival Focuses Only on Storytelling, Haudenosaunee Edition

A rare literary festival focused solely on Haudenosaunee storytelling will take place in the coming days. The Ogwehoweh Storytelling Festival takes place August 25-26 at the Six Nations Polytechnic Campus at Six Nations on the Grand River, approximately 30 km southwest of Hamilton. It will also be streamed online for everyone to see. Janet Rogers, who co-produces the festival, says ...

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