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What does IACS stand for?

IACS stands for I Am Charlotte Simmons (Tom Wolfe book)

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His new publisher, Michael Pietsch , describes the transfer as "the kind of thrill and challenge that people entering book publishing dream of" and will be hoping that Wolfe's new novel, Back to Blood, described as "a tour of Miami taking on class, family, wealth, race, crime, sex, corruption and ambition", will prove a bigger critical and commercial success than his last, I am Charlotte Simmons.
While A Man in Full was bloated, I Am Charlotte Simmons is, at 676 pages, grossly obese: Wolfe's purposes could as easily have been served in half that length.
In 2005, Tom Wolfe was one of the very few recipients to fail to attend; he later criticised the judges for failing to recognise the irony contained in the winning passage from I Am Charlotte Simmons.