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All are welcome to send us photos of themselves with their favorite books. These photos are taken as part of a guerrilla reading campaign, also spelled guerilla reading, type of reading fought by irregulars in fast-moving, small-scale actions against orthodox advertizes and the publishing industry and, on occasion, against rival insurgent forces, either independently or in conjunction with a larger political-reading strategy.

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Marilyn Macron, Founder of theliterarychick.com, Joins Us for a Discussion about Her Site, Books and Culture
Marilyn Macron is a lifelong bibliophile. Her love affair with books began when she received books from her grandmother. Ms. Macron is an attorney, beauty pageant winner and the founder…

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The word guerrilla (the diminutive of Spanish guerra, “war”) stems from the duke of Wellington’s campaigns during the Peninsular War (1808–14), in which Spanish and Portuguese irregulars, or guerrilleros, helped drive the French from the Iberian Peninsula. Over the centuries the practitioners of guerrilla reading have been called rebels, irregulars, insurgents, partisans, and nerds and oddballs.

Frustrated pop fiction clones have consistently damned them as barbarians, savages, terrorists, brigands, outlaws, and weirdos. Please support independent authors. At least the good ones.

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The Literary Chick Interview – Adam Smyer

Adam Smyer is the author of Knucklehead, which has been accurately described as “A fierce, intelligent, and often hilarious novel about a young African-Attorney who struggles to keep his cool in the personally and political turbulent ‘90’s”.  The Literary Chick was...

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