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Readerlink: DoJ deal will lead to the 'systematic elimination of competition'
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Readerlink has sent its own letter to the Department of Justice giving a wholesaler's perspective on the proposed agreement with HarperCollins, Hachette and Simon & Schuster. According to Readerlink, the settlement, by encouraging a return to predatory pricing, "sets the stage for the systematic elimination of competition by Amazon." More



Early registration for Tucson exhibitors ends July 13
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Early sign-up discounts for booth sales at the 64th GWA Symposium, Oct. 12-13 at the Westin La Paloma Resort in Tucson, Ariz., end July 13. Save 12 percent by contacting GWA today. More

Ex-Random House CEO still has a lot to say about publishing
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Alberto Vitale remains one of the most recognizable figures in the history of American publishing industry, largely thanks to his leadership over Random House from 1989 until 2002, a period that saw the company become an increasingly dominant commercial powerhouse. Nearly 80 years old, his voice remains confident and his memory sharp. More

Know your way around the trickiest business issues in photography
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Top off your 2012 GWA Symposium experience with a special workshop on some of the most important business topics for photographers from beginners to working pros. Don't miss this all-day, five-part seminar concentrating on creating, storing, preparing, marketing and licensing photos in the garden and horticultural market as seen through the eyes and experience of GWA member and professional photographer Andrew Buchanan. All levels of photographers are welcome to take part in the workshop. More

DK is the growing authority

Turn to DK for authoritative, step-by-step guides to growing flowers, herbs, and fruits and vegetables—in your house, on a terrace, or in a garden. You’ll find practical techniques, inspirational ideas, and problem-solving advice—all beautifully illustrated—in books designed for both beginner and more experienced gardeners. MORE


The 8 essential elements of a nonfiction book proposal
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From Brian A. Klems: In the process of writing my own nonfiction book proposal earlier this year, I searched everywhere I could for tips and advice on how to write a nonfiction book proposal. Many were great, but super lengthy and time consuming to read. I found this advice once offered by former Writer's Digest publisher Jane Friedman not only spot on, but easy to digest. More

Plan to attend the GWA Region V Meeting at IGC
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Aug. 22, is the date set for the GWA Region V meeting during the IGC Trand Show at the Navy Pier in Chicago this year. Make plans to join us for a special Program for GWA members. More

New Yorker piece is good orientation for thinking about the DoJ case
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From Mike Shatzkin: Writing about the lawsuit the DoJ has instituted against Apple and five leading publishers is very hard. It's a big issue and doing it justice requires navigating two very large and complex bodies of knowledge: anti-trust law and the trade book publishing business. Whenever I write about it, I feel handicapped because I don't know much except what I've read lately about anti-trust law. More

SEJ 2012 request for proposals
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SEJ's Fund for Environmental Journalism accepts applications for grants of up to $3,500 to help underwrite environmental reporting projects and entrepreneurial ventures. Submission deadline: July 15. More

AZAMAX - BOTANICAL INSECTICIDE, MITICIDE, NEMATICIDE
AzaMax is a concentrated all natural broad spectrum pest control, antifeedant and insect growth regulator, controls pests through starvation and growth disruption for a broad variety of plant applications. Effectively controls spider mites, thrips, fungus gnats, aphids, whiteflies, leaf miners, worms, beetles, leafhoppers, scales, mealy bugs, nematodes and other soil borne pests. Can be applied up to the time or day of harvest. more


Pew study: Many e-book borrowers buy, too
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Publishers worried that readers who borrow e-books from libraries don't buy books can put those worries to rest. According to a new study from the Pew Internet and American Life project, those who borrow e-books from libraries also purchase e-books. When e-book borrowers were asked by Pew how they acquired the last e-book they read, 41 percent said they bought it. More

Pennsylvania's first gardener
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From Ginny Smith: Susan Corbett, wife of Gov. Tom Corbett, considers herself Pennsylvania's First Gardener and guess what. It's not hype. It's true. I visited with Mrs. C. for a couple of hours recently and she's the real deal. We walked the grounds of the Governor's Residence in Harrisburg — not the entire three acres, but the landscaped areas. More

Careful, Twitter — remember what happened to MySpace and Digg
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Twitter sent some shock waves through the technology community with a blog post that talked about its plans for the future and suggested that those plans don't necessarily involve third-party services and apps. Although the company phrased its statement as a move designed to standardize the experience for Twitter users, developers and others in the broader Twitter ecosystem clearly took the post as a warning shot across the bow. More

Casa Flora Inc.
Casa Flora’s vast geographical representation ensures dependable product, consistent supply, and cost-efficient selections. Our corporate office, production greenhouses and a new state of the art laboratory are located in Dallas, TX. Since 2010, our new tissue culture laboratory and greenhouses in China have been supplying the Chinese market while producing Heuchera for Casa Flora in the US. more


How to raise kids who are good readers
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Library day is the best day of school for five-and-a-half-year-old Victoria Lin of Montclair, N.J. She searches for books by her favorite author, Dr. Seuss. Her mom has read The Cat in the Hat to her so many times that she can read some of it on her own, with a little help from her memory. She also chooses books she and her dad like to read and talk about, such as nonfiction about firefighters or marine animals. More

Funding the floriculture industry: The farm bill
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Industry research into pest and disease management, and increasingly, marketing and other research opportunities are available to ornamental growers through the Farm Bill. The 2012 version — which continues to support valuable programs like these — has passed through the Senate and now makes its way to the House. The House Agriculture Committee should begin to evaluate its version of the bill starting July 11. More

'Native plants aren't taking this invasion lying down'
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Invasive species such as kudzu, privet and garlic mustard can devastate ecosystems, and, until now, scientists had little reason to believe that native plants could mount a successful defense. A new University of Georgia study shows that some native clearweed plants have evolved resistance to invasive garlic mustard plants — and that the invasive plants appear to be waging a counterattack. More


 


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