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When Globe and Mail books editor Martin Levin wrote a column earlier this year suggesting, with tongue planted firmly in cheek, that there ought to be a series of books written by, not for, Dummies, ... Read More »

October 7, 2003

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Classical scholars who are also Dr. Seuss fans have reason to celebrate this fall: A small Illinois publisher will release the first ever Latin edition of The Cat in the Hat. Cattus Petasatus, which literally ... Read More »

October 7, 2003 | Filed under: Book news

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Illustrator Joe Weissman has published eight books with Somerville House. At the moment, he’s owed royalties of more than $4,000, and given the company’s current situation, he’s doubtful that he’ll ever see any of it.Despite ... Read More »

October 7, 2003

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A call to changeThank you for Anita Lahey’s pertinent feature “Minorities in publishing: Where is everyone?” (May 2000). I am writing to clarify my comments in the accompanying article, “The unique challenge of Theytus Books,” ... Read More »

October 7, 2003