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“We have to support Ventana Sur and take advantage of the opportunities it offers, "said Argentine Juan Pablo Gugliotta, who will use Ventana Sur to move" Ardor, "the third film from Pablo Fendrik (" The Mugger, ”
“Adopting the persona of a "creative reader," Ms. Zanganeh explores the magical worlds of three of Nabokov's major works—"Lolita," "Speak, Memory" and "Ada, or Ardor"—and offers, along the way, a mix of quotation, anecdote and comment.”
“My name is now up there with the other authors of Ardor House on their website.”
“How long has it been since I had my doubts about Ardor House?”
“Meanwhile I have been interviewed, and it will be up on the Ardor House website soon.”
“I love this man very much; he's passionate about his work and my work and the work of the other writers and illustrators at Ardor House.”
“The guys from Ardor House would love your manuscript too, I'm sure of it.”
“Douglas had attended his classes, graduated from college, taken a solid job with Ardor, followed all the rules—where was he now?”
“And as I'm in the mood for leaps of faith janestarz pointed Ardor House out to me the other day, and I went to have a look at their website.”
“It says that I retain all the rights to my work; for the duration of the contract I will yield some of those rights to Ardor House, the right to publish, to decide what the book should look like, things like that, but when the contract ends, all those rights come back to me.”
Looking for tweets for Ardor.