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He made the Roaring ‘20s come alive in numerous novels and created the Flapper Girl.   As fans anticipate the release of the fourth film version of F. Scott Fitzgerald’s masterpiece The Great Gatsby, there is renewed interest in the legendary writer’s work. Fans will delight in knowing that The Saturday Evening Post is working with intellectual property studio SD Entertainment and romance transmedia and company BroadLit to publish F.Scott Fitzgerald’s Gatsby Girls—a collection of his first eight short stories originally published in The Saturday Evening Post.  Included are the original illustrations, cover art, reproductions of the actual pages of the Post, plus a fascinating introduction by the Post’s historian. No other writer of his time wrote so skillfully, so sympathetically and so fascinatingly about women.

OWN: Oprah Winfrey Network and O, The Oprah Magazine announce the newest Oprah’s Book Club 2.0 selection, The Twelve Tribes of Hattie by Ayana Mathis (Knopf).  In her extraordinary debut, Mathis tells the story of the children of the Great Migration through the trials of one indomitable heroine (Hattie) and her unforgettable family. The novel has earned starred pre-publication reviews from Publishers Weekly, Kirkus and Booklist.

“The opening pages of Ayana’s debut took my breath away,” said Winfrey, OWN CEO, “I can’t remember when I read anything that moved me in quite this way, besides the work of Toni Morrison.”

Los Angeles, CA (July 31, 2012) SAGE Open recently published its 100th journal article after winning its first award, the 2012 APEX Award for Publishing Excellence. SAGE Open was launched in May 2011 as SAGE’s premiere open access journal and the first broad based open access journal to publish academic research from the full spectrum of social science disciplines. The success of this journal has lead to the recent announcement of three new open access journals for SAGE: SAGE Open Engineering, SAGE Open Medical Case Reports, and SAGE Open Medicine.

Los Angeles, CA (19 June, 2012) – Providing evidence of value remains an elusive goal for academic libraries across geographic borders, according to a new report published today.  The findings are the results of a six-month research project commissioned by SAGE, which sets out recommendations for academic libraries to enhance their working relationship with academic teaching and research staff. ‘Working together: evolving value for academic libraries’ was undertaken by LISU, a national research and information centre based in the Department of Information Science at Loughborough University (UK).

Broadthink, a boutique branding and new business development media company, is bringing the world of vintage and new romance content to the underserved target market of women through its newest company BroadLit®. By combining the popular genre of romance with the emerging world of new media technology BroadLit is putting a new slant on romance and delivering it to today’s women.

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