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the horseman who pricks the bull with a lance early in the bullfight to goad the bull and to make it keep its head low

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A team at Picador will pick a shortlist and poetry editor Don Paterson - himself an award-winning poet - will select one winner from each place.
According to Paul Baggaley, Publisher at Picador, "Crudo is witty and original, an exhilarating and daring novel about finding love amidst the global chaos of the summer of 2017.
The muchawaited Picador book comes three years after Naipaul's A Writer's People: Ways of Looking and Feeling in 2007, which kicked up a storm because of its scathing criticism of his one- time friend, English novelist Anthony Powell.
Picador had little difficulty putting his rivals to the sword in division one of the 1m handicap for Sir Mark Prescott.
Paperback rights to Toure's debut novel, Soul City (about a journalist sent to report on the mayoral race in the eponymous black urban utopia, where music, food, love, and style reign supreme) sold to Josh Kendall at Picador by Laura Quinn at Little, Brown and Company.
Martin's Press, Tor, Picador, Henry Holt, and Farrar, Strauss & Giroux, and, college publishers, W.
From PICADOR we have paperback editions of The Selected Works of Cyril Connolly edited by his son, Matthew.
DR SWEET AND HIS DAUGHTER (Peter Bradshaw, Picador, pounds 10.
The Picador Book of African Stories Stephen Gray, ed.
En The Picador Book of Contemporary Scottish Fiction (edicion de Peter Kravitz, Picador, 1997, 560 pp.
The serial will be published later this year in book format by Picador as a trade paperback original.
Picador, an imprint of general book publisher Pan Macmillan UK, announced on Monday that its publisher Paul Baggaley and poetry editor Don Paterson have acquired a poetry collection titled The Very Quiet Foreign Girls Poetry Group.
Monsieur de Saint-George: Virtuoso, Swordsman, Revolutionary, A Legendary Life Rediscovered by Alain Guede, Picador, December 2003 $26.
Book publisher Picador revealed on Friday that it has acquired UK and Commonwealth rights to two new titles by Jessie Burton, the bestselling author of The Miniaturist and The Muse.
Carol Ann said: "When I approached my publisher Picador with the idea of touring nationwide with a group of fellow poets, working in collaboration with independent bookshops, I was delighted by their enthusiastic response and that of the Booksellers Association.