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Religion and Spirituality Books Preview: June 2022

New religion books in June include a dismissal of “self-help” in A Better Encouragement, an exploration of how the Old Order Amish use technology, and a title on friendship by Clarence Shuler and bestselling author of the Five Love Languages ​​series Gary Chapman. nonfiction June 7 A Better Encouragement by Lindsey Carlson (Crossway, ISBN 978-1433577710, …

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Dorothy, a (Successful, Experimental) Publishing Project

Each fall, Dorothy, a Publishing Project, the feminist independent press run by Danielle Dutton and Martin Riker and headquartered in St. Louis, publishes two books only. They are mostly slim volumes, predominantly experimental, many translated, all—save one, by the French author Antoine Volodine, written under the feminine heteronym Manuela Draeger—by women. It’s an impeccably curated …

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The ‘Atlantic’ to Launch Book Imprint with Zando

the Atlantic Magazine has partnered with independent publisher Zando to launch its own book imprint, Atlantic Editions, which will feature books by Atlantic writers past and present. The launch of the imprint will be accompanied by a significant expansion of the magazine’s books section. The new section will be inaugurated with a June cover story …

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Senate Chaplain Barry Black Debuts a Book for Kids

US Senate Chaplain Barry Black is focusing on unity in his first book for children, A Prayer for Our Country: Words to Unite and Inspire Hopedue from ZonderKidz on June 7. Illustrated by Washington, DC-based artist Kim Holt, the picture book for readers ages 4-8 celebrates “everything that makes America an amazing place,” according to …

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It’s All About Branding: Spotlight on Lulu

For independent authors looking to increase their bottom line and build a base of loyal readers, it’s all about branding, baby. And there’s no better partner than Lulu.com to help authors achieve their goals—it’s a one-stop shop for publishing, printing, and marketing. With its 20-year time-tested suite of free online tools, Lulu published half a …

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