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Editions Dedicaces LLC displays a full-page advertisement in World Literature Today

Our publishing house, Editions Dedicaces LLC displays a full-page advertisement in the magazine World Literature Today, Oklahoma, United States

We especially announce the books of Carol Margaret Tetlow (Out of Practice + Faith Hope and Clarity), Gary McGinnis (Good for One Ride), Judy Bruce (Voices in the Wind), Jean-Louis Riguet (Augustin. My Battle of Loigny), Opaline Allandet (Godefroy the Cruel), Louis J. Feinstein and Nancy Genovese (Swords of David) and Carlos Rubio (Forgotten Objects).

About World Literature Today:

World Literature Today was founded as Books Abroad in 1927 by Roy Temple House, a scholar of vision from the University of Oklahoma. He devised as the journal’s logo a full-rigged ship with the motto Lux a Peregre—”Light from Abroad” or (as we choose to interpret it) “The Light of Discovery.”

While the journal has always served as a harbor for ships—foreign books—from abroad, it also functions as a lighthouse that reflects back the light it receives, for this has likewise been an essential part of our mission. From a modest seedling of 32 pages in January 1927, Books Abroad grew to 256 pages by the end of its fiftieth year (Autumn 1976), and that year’s cover design reflected the completion of a significant circle. In January 1977 the journal became known as World Literature Today, reflecting the truly international range that its coverage and reputation had acquired.

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Now in our 88th year of uninterrupted publication, WLT is one of the oldest continuously published literary periodicals in the United States—along with such other publications launched in the early twentieth century as South Atlantic Quarterly (1902), Poetry (1912), and the New Yorker (1925)—and we remain devoted to our mission of serving students, scholars, and general readers worldwide. For years, a quotation from Goethe appeared on our masthead: “These journals, as they reach a wider public, will contribute most effectively to the universal world literature for which we are hoping. There can be no question, however, of nations thinking alike. The aim is simply that they shall grow aware of one another, understand one another, and, even where they may not be able to love, may at least tolerate one another.” Goethe’s words, first published in 1828, remain at the heart of our mission, even—or perhaps especially—in a world that has become increasingly globalized in the 21st century but remains fraught with national, linguistic, and political divisions.

Now in its ninth decade of continuous publication, WLT has been recognized by the Nobel Prize committee as one of the “best edited and most informative literary publications” in the world. WLT has received a dozen national publishing awards in the past ten years, including the Phoenix Award for Editorial Achievement from the Council of Editors of Learned Journals in 2002.

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Editions Dedicaces LLC displays a full-page advertisement in World Literature Today magazine

Our publishing house, Editions Dedicaces LLC displays a full-page advertisement in the magazine World Literature Today, Oklahoma, United States. It will be the same in the November issue of the magazine.

We especially announce the books of Carol Margaret Tetlow (Out of Practice + Faith Hope and Clarity), Gary McGinnis (Good for One Ride), Judy Bruce (Voices in the Wind), Jean-Louis Riguet (Augustin. My Battle of Loigny), Opaline Allandet (Godefroy the Cruel), CB Barrie (Only Fate Is Written) and Carlos Rubio (Forgotten Objects).

About World Literature Today:

World Literature Today was founded as Books Abroad in 1927 by Roy Temple House, a scholar of vision from the University of Oklahoma. He devised as the journal’s logo a full-rigged ship with the motto Lux a Peregre—”Light from Abroad” or (as we choose to interpret it) “The Light of Discovery.”

While the journal has always served as a harbor for ships—foreign books—from abroad, it also functions as a lighthouse that reflects back the light it receives, for this has likewise been an essential part of our mission. From a modest seedling of 32 pages in January 1927, Books Abroad grew to 256 pages by the end of its fiftieth year (Autumn 1976), and that year’s cover design reflected the completion of a significant circle. In January 1977 the journal became known as World Literature Today, reflecting the truly international range that its coverage and reputation had acquired.

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Now in our 88th year of uninterrupted publication, WLT is one of the oldest continuously published literary periodicals in the United States—along with such other publications launched in the early twentieth century as South Atlantic Quarterly (1902), Poetry (1912), and the New Yorker (1925)—and we remain devoted to our mission of serving students, scholars, and general readers worldwide. For years, a quotation from Goethe appeared on our masthead: “These journals, as they reach a wider public, will contribute most effectively to the universal world literature for which we are hoping. There can be no question, however, of nations thinking alike. The aim is simply that they shall grow aware of one another, understand one another, and, even where they may not be able to love, may at least tolerate one another.” Goethe’s words, first published in 1828, remain at the heart of our mission, even—or perhaps especially—in a world that has become increasingly globalized in the 21st century but remains fraught with national, linguistic, and political divisions.

Now in its ninth decade of continuous publication, WLT has been recognized by the Nobel Prize committee as one of the “best edited and most informative literary publications” in the world. WLT has received a dozen national publishing awards in the past ten years, including the Phoenix Award for Editorial Achievement from the Council of Editors of Learned Journals in 2002.

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Editions Dedicaces LLC is now one of the sponsors of the radio station: On-Air with Sir (California)

223394_412928822131776_251063401_nOur publishing house, Editions Dedicaces LLC is now one of the sponsors of the radio station: On-Air with Sir (Hollywood, California). In fact, we sponsor the company’s blog. When the team publishes the latest news, gossip & radio interview, they tag the post with our publishing house as a sponsor! Our sponsorship tag will remain on the post for at least 10 years! Sir’s live show is every night from 9p-11p. Listeners can listen via the website (www.OnAirwithSir.com) or on their mobile device by downloading a FREE app called “TUNEIN”.

The radio station On-Air with Sir was created by Sir-Anthony Spease. Sir has been the host of BET’s 106&Park, BET.com & The Center. Also was a host for 100.3 The Beat in Philadelphia. Owner of Exposure Nation, Sircuit & The Youngest In Charge. He is also a life & business coach. Every week Sir visits Skid Row in California to help the homeless. All orders help his mission!

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About Sir-Anthony Spease:

Being the kid I was, I got out as soon as she was out of sight and followed her into the building. As I roamed the building, I walked into a radio station. It was WDRE 103.9, a rock station. The receptionist probably thought I was the child of someone who worked there and I walked into the offices freely. After an hour and a half of exploring I got bored and headed back to the car. On my way there, I found my mom crying on the floor. “I thought someone took you!” she yelled. A man walked into the hallway and saw my mom crying. “Are you OK?” he asked her. “My son is driving me crazy! I don’t know what to do anymore!” “Come in and let me talk to him,” the man said. My mom and I went into the radio station. He sat my mom in the conference room.

“I’ll be right back, try to relax. I’ll talk to him.” He took me into his office. I didn’t like the idea of someone other than my father trying to straighten me out. I threw my hoodie over my head and crossed my arms. “You ain’t my dad,” I thought. The man started with speeches I had heard before: “You can’t do this,” “Life is real,” “Do you want to end up in jail or dead?” Yeah, yeah. Got it. Then this: “How about for every A you get on your report card I’ll give you $75, and for every B, I’ll give you $50 and for every C, D or F, I’ll take money away, and if you get straight honor roll and don’t get in trouble again, I will give you a job here talking on the radio.” My eyes got wide, the hoodie came down. “That’s like, a million dollars!” I thought. “Deal!” I said. A few months later, I came back with nothing but A’s and B’s, got over $750, and started talking on the radio. The guy changed my life and his name was Mic Fox, now an executive at Vevo. Mic and I have been great friends for over ten years now. I see Mic as a big brother and an inspiration. He later got me a job hosting on BET for four years, which gave me a solid foundation in the broadcast industry, a foundation I’m building on now. Read More…

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