Read Front Edge Publishing’s summary of the 2019 changes to the Associated Press Style Guide. Gary Pruitt, president and CEO of AP, notes that some of the most interesting changes came about as a result of conversations on Twitter. The 2019 edition of the AP Stylebook has more than 200 updates.
In Spring 2019, not a week passes without the discovery of long-hidden sexual abuse in front-page headlines. We all need help in coping with the trauma. That’s the story you’ll find in the honest-and-inspirational pages of Light Shines in the Darkness, by survivor, counselor, minister and teacher Lucille Sider. This column explains: the importance of Lucille’s book, the value of small-group discussion and the way to inquire about an appearance by Lucille Sider.
Clifford Worthy, the great grandson of slaves, was one of the few African-American men of his generation who was accepted and excelled as a Black Knight of the Hudson, a traditional nickname for West Point cadets. Worthy describes his journey to West Point, the many challenges he overcame both in his family and in the U.S. Army.
by Anni K. Reinking, Ed.D. “What is race? How do we define identity? How does education affect our life and relationships? Welcome to Anni K. Reinking’s world, where even the smallest occurrence of everyday life raises new questions and reflections, involving sociology, anthropology, religion and psychology,” writes Italian journalist Elisa Di Benedetto, an expert in emerging cross-cultural issues around […]
Millions of books are listed for sale on Amazon, so you may be surprised to learn that millions more are out of print. And, it’s probably good that most of those extinct books faded away—from outdated pulp fiction to century-old religious tracts. Transforming old titles is one of our specialties here at Front Edge. In […]