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It appears that benpeek@livejournal.com is not working at the moment. If you've not heard from me in response to something, apologies, but just use another address to reach me. Fortunately, I also respond to smoke signals. (crossposted)...

It appears that Sunday's little bit of snark against that weak three paragraphs masquerading as a review bought out the hate, and it's like old times, all over again. Here is the latest from an Anonymous Poster whose IP is 220.237.88.128: Ben Peek does it again Here...

The other night I was surfing the news, and saw a piece that talked about how Israel and Palestine have been using the web as their propaganda devices in this war, cutting out the 'real' media so they can report 'evenly' on what is happening....

Yesterday, a report into the Australian refugee policy was released. Here's the recap, courtesy of the BBC: Australia's human rights watchdog has condemned the country's treatment of refugees. Asylum seekers were being held in "utterly miserable conditions" for prolonged periods of time, the Human Rights Commission said. Children...

Dear Female Author-- I wish to publish you. I know you might find this a strange concept, given how repressed you are in the publishing world, but I am interested in the numbers game, and clearly you are less represented than men. Well, white men, anyway. Black...

Indie Publisher Suing Borders for $1,000,000 If newly appointed Borders CEO Ron Marshall thought he was going to have an easy transition into power—and we concede that's a mighty big if—that dream quickly evaporated: On Tuesday, Jasmine-Jade Enterprises, the parent corporation of Ellora's Cave and Cerridwen...

Painting the office recently meant that I moved the books around. I figured this was probably a necessary evil, because the books had spread across the floor, left the shelves, and were trying to escape, or so it seemed. They had to be captured, returned,...