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The Inkblot Pack, a new book/journal combo from Race Point Publishing, was selected as one of Parade Magazine's picks in the publication's March 2 issue. Learn More.
Quarto (LSE: QRT.L), the leading global illustrated book publisher and distribution group, on February 26 announced a rebrand of its publishing divisions, comprising new names and a new visual identity, which better represents how the divisions work together. With shared domestic, international and foreign language sales teams Quarto is one integrated supplier to customers worldwide. The new names and logos make this clear while capitalizing on the company’s 38-year-old heritage. Learn More.
Chef Anne-Sophie Pic, chef and author of Le Livre Blanc, is featured in the March 2014 U.S. issue of VOGUE Magazine. Learn More.
Inspired by the release of three "big name, beautifully done" beer books this January, Quayside Publishing Group, which specializes in illustrated nonfiction, has declared the month of March to be Beer Book Month. Shelf Awareness reported that Quayside has also brewed up a corresponding blog, beerbookmonth.com, which has been featuring excerpts and selections from its beer titles since January. Learn More.
Dr. Stephen Sinatra, co-author of The Great Cholesterol Myth and The Great Cholesterol Myth Cookbook for Fair Winds Press wrote a recent article on healthy eating for BoomerBrief.com. Read his article, "Foods to Keep Your Heart Healthy After 50," here. Learn More.
John Morton, author of Inside Shelby American, was recently interviewed by Jay Leno for Leno's auto collecting website. The interview is now live at JayLenosGarage.com. Learn More.
British beer author and blogger Ron Pattinson will tour the Northeast this March to promote his new book, The Homebrewer’s Guide to Vintage Beer. The 160-page edition from Quarry Books explores classic beer styles (pale ale, porter, stock ale, burton ale, table beer, etc.) and includes recipes for recreating these beers as they were brewed between 1800 and 1950. Learn More.
Edible Brooklyn featured an interview with Ben Keene, author of The Great Northeast Brewery Tour, discussing Keene's new book, beer brewing and other fun facts. Learn More.
Michelle Dudash, author of Clean Eating for Busy Families, is featured in the Search for the Next Weight Watchers Chef on ABC TV's food show The Chew. Learn More.
When it comes to raising homegrown produce, patience is required—unless you grow sprouts. A snap to cultivate indoors, these tasty germinated seeds provide you with fast good-for-you food. So begins the Parade.com article about Homegrown Sprouts, by Rita Galchus. The story gives a quick overview of how to grow sprouts for home use, including supplies needed and uses for different types of sprouts. Learn More.