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Digital Marketing in an AI World: Futureproofing Your PPC Agency

BUSINESS Artificial intelligence is radically altering the digital marketing landscape. But if you’re a PPC professional, there’s no need to panic; the sky isn’t falling. Former Google AdWords evangelist Frederick Vallaeys understands what’s coming next, and with his expert guidance you’ll not only survive, but you’ll also thrive in tomorrow’s AI world. In this invaluable […]

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Welcome to Hell World

ESSAY | JOURNALISM “Luke O’Neil is not on staff.”  — The Boston Globe “Unbelievable.” —Ben Shapiro “The Left’s new low.” —Tucker Carlson “A widely read, offbeat newsletter…” —Mike Isaac, The New York Times “Luke O’Neil is one of the few writers who faces our grim reality the way it is, and not the way we wish it was. […]

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What Is Water? How Young Leaders Can Thrive in an Uncertain World

BUSINESS & MANAGEMENT “Kian’s experience as a consultant is most evident in the many ways he’s devised to assist his readers to become involved in creating their own plans for improvement. A forceful, engaging program for taking a clear, calming look at an increasingly alarming world.” —  Kirkus Reviews In What is Water?, Kayvan Kian shifts the focus away […]

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Pechkoff (Pechkoff. Le manchot magnifique)

BIOGRAPHY Gorky’s adopted son, a hero of the Foreign Legion, a man of influence, a French ambassador, and a Don Juan, Zinovy Peshkov, a.k.a. the “Magnificent One-Armed Man” is a forgotten legend of the 20th century.  Nizhny-Novgorod, at the turn of the last century. A teenaged boy spends his days looking for trouble on the […]

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Gurus (Goeroes)

SPIRITUALITY Stine Jensen examines the temptations and dangers of modern spirituality. For fans of the Netflix documentary Wild Wild Country A lot of modern spirituality is not as zen as we think it is. The comparison with a repressive religion is obvious when there is a dependency on a spiritual leader. On the other hand, […]

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The Book of Fury (Het Woedeboek)

POETRY The poetry debut of a promising young novelist, which was nominated for several Dutch poetry prizes What do you do with the words of your ancestors when you break with their customs and traditions, and with their God? Can you really break with them, when the words keep revolving inside of you? Or could […]

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Lighter than I (Lichter dan ik)

HISTORICAL FICTION | DEBUT NOVEL Moving, historical novel about position, desire and identity in the Dutch East Indies of the late nineteenth century. Yokya, Java, 1850. Isah is the daughter of the sultan’s tailor. Her life and position in the strongly hierarchical culture of colonial Java seem to be predetermined. However, Isah possesses an extraordinary […]

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Land of Dates and Princes (Land van dadels en prinsen)

FICTION | DEBUT NOVEL After a fight with his father, 15-year old Simon decides to spend the summer at his uncle’s house in the Parisian banlieue. He meets Youssef, an Algerian boy who is drawn to adventure. The two become inseparable in no time. Together they roam the city’s roofs, increasingly higher, in search for […]

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A Little Surprise (Een kleine verrassing)

LITERARY FICTION Best friends Hendrik and Evert return as the protagonists of an unsought, but very surprising adventure! Takes place nine years before The Secret Diary of Hendrik Groen, 83 1/4 Years Old, Hendrik Groen’s first diary. Written in Hendrik Groen’s trademark style: funny and moving, at times with a sharp edge. Hendrik Groen and […]

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Pastoral (Pastorale)

LITERARY FICTION The siblings Oscar and Louise grew up on a dilapidated estate near a village that is divided in two parts: a strictly religious, Dutch reformed part and a Moluccan part, consisting of refugees from the Dutch former colonies. The members of the two neighbourhoods regard each other with suspicion. Oscar, in his last […]

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