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Publicity Bulletin 24th October 2017

Tuesday, 24 October 2017 17:11:22 Europe/London

Black Teeth was reviewed by Shots Magazine.
Brolliology was reviewed in the Sydney Morning Herald. 
The Hero's Body was featured in the Bookseller's Association Christmas Titles magazine.

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Publicity Bulletin 12th October 2017

Friday, 13 October 2017 15:27:50 Europe/London

Financial Times loves Ferocity.
Paul Stocker of English Uprising writes for Open Democracy.
Neil Griffiths is interviewed by BookBlast following the release of As A God Might Be.

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Publicity Bulletin 14th November 2016

Monday, 14 November 2016 16:03:52 Europe/London

New Statesman loved Frantumaglia. 
Trainwreck author Sady Doyle wrote about Clinton for The Guardian.
The Guardian give a lengthy review to I'm Supposed to Protect You From All This. 

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Publicity Bulletin 1st November 2016

Tuesday, 1 November 2016 11:53:36 Europe/London

The Guardian cover Frantumaglia, The Mothers, and Guapa. 
Entertainment Weekly do a Halloween reading of The Beach At Night.
Sady Doyle writes about Trainwreck in The Telegraph.

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Publicity Bulletin 11th October 2016

Tuesday, 11 October 2016 16:30:46 Europe/London

The book world unites against the doxxing of Elena Ferrante. 
Sady Doyle's Trainwreck is all over UK women's publications.
Sunday Times reviews Chain of Custody.

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Publicity Bulletin 4th October 2016

Wednesday, 5 October 2016 10:53:19 Europe/London

The book world reacts to an unmasking of Ferrante's identity. 
Siege at Jadotville hits the cinemas.
Henri Barande's monograph with 4000 different covers is in the design press.

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Publicity Bulletin 27th September 2016

Tuesday, 27 September 2016 10:29:51 Europe/London

Maggie Nelson is awarded a MacArthur Genius Grant. 
The FT love Helen Garner's non-fiction collection, Everywhere I Look.
The design world is wowed by Henri Barande's The Work Beyond.

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Publicity Bulletin 30th August 2016

Tuesday, 30 August 2016 16:13:03 Europe/London

London news buzzes over the launch of two new Dung Beetle Press titles. 
Orenda is praised in The Guardian.
The Making of Donald Trump is one of The Independent's 7 Best Political Biographies.

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Publicity Bulletin 22nd August 2016

Monday, 22 August 2016 15:33:46 Europe/London

Jazz Festival: Jim Marshall is in Vanity Fair. 
The Making of Donald Trump hits UK newspapers.
Textbook Amy Krouse Rosenthal is in the Daily Mail. 

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Publicity Bulletin 8th August 2016

Monday, 8 August 2016 15:56:55 Europe/London

The second episode of the My Brilliant Friend dramatisation has aired. 
The Daily Mail excerpt Melville House's book on Trump.
Vogue interview Nadja Spiegelman about her memoir.

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