7 new books for an ecosocialist bookshelf
Australia ecosocialist bookshelf January 8, 2020 Climate and Capitalism editor Ian Angus takes a look at seven new titles for an ecosocialist bookshelf. *** Planetary Mine: Territories of Extraction under Late Capitalism By Martin Arboleda Verso, 2020 …
Major Gathering of Book Lovers Celebrates the 100th Anniversary of Women’s Suffrage at the 53rd California International Antiquarian Book Fair
From February 7 – 9, 2020, thousands of book lovers, booksellers, and scholars will converge in Southern California for the 53rd California International Antiquarian Book Fair, the nation’s largest exhibition and sale of rare books. The 2020 Book Fair celebrates the 100 anniversary of Women’s Suffrage with a special exhibit — Votes for Women — documenting women’s effort to secure political equality.
‘She-Hulk’ Series Scribe Dana Schwartz Sells YA Novel ‘Anatomy: A Love Story’ To Wednesday Books
EXCLUSIVE: Wednesday Books has acquired the YA novel Anatomy: A Love Story from author-journalist and current She-Hulk staff writer Dana Schwartz in a competitive auction. The novel will publish in fall 2021. Anatomy: A Love Story is a gothic romance set against the backdrop of 1830’s Edinburgh, and follows an aspiring young female surgeon, the resurrection man [ ]
Craig Russell’s ‘Lennox’ Crime Thriller Books Being Adapted for TV (EXCLUSIVE)
“The Cry” producer Synchronicity Films has optioned Craig Russell’s “Lennox” book series and will adapt the period Scotland-set thrillers for TV. Robert Murphy – whose extensive series credits include “DCI Banks,” “Inspector George Gently,” and “Vera” – is attached to handle the adaptation. The “Lennox” series is set in tough inner-city Glasgow in the 1950s.