Sabine Wespieser: “The violence of the market is such that an author who no longer works is thrown out”

Sabine Wespieser est à la tête de sa propre maison d'édition depuis 20 ans. Elle a publié avec son équipe plus de 200 livres.

Posted on April 22, 2022 at 10:44Updated on April 22, 2022 at 11:12 am Since its creation in 2002, the independent publisher founded by Sabine Wespieser has had time to expand. She publishes 10 books a year and offers a panel of essential authors including Robert Seethaler and Michèle Lesbre, and for her, quality prevails … Read more

Famous professor and historian accused of plagiarism

Famous professor and historian accused of plagiarism

Star historian Laurent Turcot was accused of plagiarism and called to order by his university last fall, but escaped sanctions. Professor in the history department of the University of Quebec at Trois-Rivières (UQTR), Mr. Turcot is regularly invited by the media. On Radio-Canada as well as on TVA. courtesy photo The star historian (center) in … Read more

The CdC Les Bertranges equips its libraries with the first 120 books on biodiversity

La CdC Les Bertranges dote ses bibliothèques de 120 premiers livres sur la biodiversité

The biodiversity service of the CdC Les Bertranges, winner of the 2021 Biodiversity Atlas, has donated more than 120 books to the Bertranges library network. “These books, all new and different, are largely aimed at a young audience. their themes include trees, bushes, forest animals, plants and small animals in ponds and rivers and many … Read more

Books, records, TV: our picks for the week

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Posted on April 22, 2022 at 6:00 am An English poetic fiction, the portrait of a French generation, a thriller homage to Italian gore cinema… This week, the cultural offer is dense and full of pleasant surprises. READ “Hamnet” Maggie O’Farrell Translation by Sarah Tardy, Pocket 10-18, 408 p., €8.50 Beginning with the tragic death … Read more

Books, rock, chickens, ukulele for children… 9 ideas of outings for your weekend in 37

Livres pour enfants, concerts, fleurs... 9 bons plans pour votre week-end en Touraine

It’s not just the second round of the presidential election this weekend! If you want to clear your mind away from politics, here is our weekly selection of outings in Indre-et-Loire… ————- Literature… This Saturday is the festival of independent bookstores, that is to say, book stores that are not attached to a large group. … Read more

Charlotte Brontë miniature book presented in New York

Charlotte Brontë miniature book presented in New York

Published in : 04/22/2022 – 01:52Modified : 04/22/2022 – 01:50 New York (AFP) – Smaller than a playing card but exceptionally valuable, a 19th-century book of miniature poems made by English novelist Charlotte Brontë when she was 13 was unveiled in New York on Thursday. Entitled “A Book of Rhymes (sic) by Charlotte Bronte, Sold … Read more

Toulouse: “The Wild Camel” participates this Saturday in the book festival

Toulouse: "The Wild Camel" participates this Saturday in the book festival

the essential The 24th edition of the Independent Bookshop Festival will take place this Saturday, April 23, in more than 500 bookshops, including Le Chameau Sauvage, in Toulouse. This Sant Jordi day is an opportunity for independent booksellers to reaffirm their fight to protect their profession and celebrate their love of books with all readers. … Read more

Behind the scenes at the QMJHL with Matthew Vachon

Dans les coulisses de la LHJMQ avec Matthew Vachon

With the publication of his first book entitled “Junior Stories, Behind the Scenes of the QMJHL”, former La Nouvelle Union sportswriter Matthew Vachon (now a journalist at the Nouvelliste de Trois-Rivières), offers 37 anecdotes (more the last) showing behind the scenes of the Quebec Major Junior Hockey League. This idea of ​​​​telling what happens behind … Read more