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Lightning Source Turns 20

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In 1998, Lightning Source printed its first book in LaVergne, Tenn. Twenty years later—in addition to its LaVergne location—Lightning Source has three other plants, and continues to grow.

The Week in Libraries: November 16, 2018

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Among the week's headlines: Oxford Dictionaries picks a fitting Word of the Year; privacy concerns grow as a shocking new report accuses Facebook of allowing user data to be compromised; and the library world says goodbye to Stan Lee.

September Bookstore Sales Fell 0.9%

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Bookstore sales fell 0.9% in September compared, compared to the same period a year ago, according to a preliminary estimate released by the U.S. Census Bureau. For the first nine months of the year, sales were down 0.6%.

Christy Awards 2018 in Photos

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The 2018 Christy Awards recognized 10 works of Christian fiction in Nashville, Tenn. on November 7, including 'True to You' by Becky Wade, which was named Book of the Year. And adjacent to the Christy Awards, the second annual Art of Writing conference doubled its attendance from last year.

PRH 'Sunsets' Two Consumer Web Verticals

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Penguin Random House will migrate content from its 'Signature Reads' and 'Unbound Worlds' sites to its company website, which will feature an "enhanced sci-fi category section," and shutter the sites by year's end.

Comic Arts Brooklyn 2018 Returns to Pratt Campus

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Comic Arts Brooklyn 2018 returned to the Pratt Institute campus with a lineup of indie and self-published cartoonists that included such artists as Julie Doucette, Hartley Lin, Jane Mai, Al Columbia, Olivier Schrauwen, Ariel Schrag, and Mark Newgarden.

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